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eFlow-Predictor

eFlow uses environmental flow objectives to generate an altered flow regime and determine how much additional water would be required to achieve the new flow regime.


MCAT

MCAT (Multi Criteria Analysis Tool) is an investment decision support tool that optimises environmental expenditure using multi-criteria analysis and combinatorial optimisation techniques.


Source - public version

Source - public version, is a special version of eWater Source – Australia's national hydrological modelling platform. It is designed to simulate all aspects of water resource systems to support Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM) studies in urban, catchments and river basins including human and ecological influences.

eWater Source — an Australian-wide collaboration effort backed by the Australian government — is built to meet the myriad climatic, geographic, water policy and governance settings across the country.

eWater Source is Australia’s national hydrological modelling platform which integrates water resource assessment with policy. An adaptive customisable platform which enables the technical assessment of water balance is combined with a unique governance modelling capability to produce water accounts and operate rivers according to agreements and treaties. Source is the outcome of two decades of collaboration between State and Federal Government water organisations, leading universities, water utilities and regional rural water authorities through the eWater CRC and it’s predecessors the CRC for Catchment Hydrology and the CRC for Freshwater Ecology. Endorsed and defensible – Source has been endorsed by the Council of Australian Governments as the national hydrological modelling platform. This free version is limited to 20 nodes. For all enquiries please phone +61 2 6201 5168 or email support@ewater.org.au.


WRAM

WRAM (Water Re-Allocation Model) simulates water allocation and trading between irrigation areas. Based on an economic optimisation model, it determines optimal water allocation and reallocation in terms of crop planting decisions and irrigation water requirements and simulates trading of water entitlements between irrigation areas, and generates water accounts for economic impact analysis.






Can't decide?

Consult the Model Choice series to help you choose the right catchment model for your needs.


Model Choice

Link to the section on model choice
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