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Australia’s National Hydrological Modelling platform

Source supports water system planning, catchment modelling, development of water policy and water management practices.

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Great discussions today with colleagues from the Mekong River Commission Secretariat and the Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade on the work we are doing to support the MRCS with the reinvigoration of its modelling, data and information systems. The program is delivering a range of innovations to support the MRCS in its mission of being the knowledge hub for the Mekong.

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Great discussions today with colleagues from the Mekong River Commission Secretariat and the Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade on the work we are doing to support the MRCS with the reinvigoration of its modelling, data and information systems. The program is delivering a range of innovations to support the MRCS in its mission of being the knowledge hub for the Mekong.  

#MRC #MekongRiverCommission
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eWater is pleased to announce the latest Production Release of Source version 5.16.

5.16 includes some really useful new Geographic reporting features, new built-in functions for data source and Probability of Exceedance, the addition of the Backwards Euler Method for Weirs, updates to Ordering with Storages and a new replicate runner within Source.

Download 5.16 here: toolkit.ewater.org.au/Tools/Source%20-%20public%20version/downloads
(NB: only Source License holders can access all Source features, limitations apply in the free version)
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3 months ago

eWater is pleased to announce the latest Production Release of Source version 5.16. 

5.16 includes some really useful new Geographic reporting features, new built-in functions for data source and Probability of Exceedance, the addition of the Backwards Euler Method for Weirs, updates to Ordering with Storages and a new replicate runner within Source.

Download 5.16 here: https://toolkit.ewater.org.au/Tools/Source%20-%20public%20version/downloads
(NB: only Source License holders can access all Source features, limitations apply in the free version)

Today at 3pm we will be talking to Dr Uday Nidumolu about using research and technology to strengthen the adaptive capacity and productivity of smallholder farmers.

Climate change is increasing the seasonal risk for smallholder farmers around the world. This webinar will look at how research and technology has been used to strengthen the adaptive capacity and productivity for smallholder farmers in rainfed areas in southern Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, and Karnataka, India.

Technology introduced through this project included participatory groundwater monitoring at the village scale, climate risk assessment, understanding soil biology in relation to water use efficiency and using a suite of soil water and solute monitoring tools (called the Virtual Irrigation Academy) that can help smallholders measure soil water on their farms and guide continual improvement of their management and profitability.

Join the webinar here: us06web.zoom.us/.../reg.../WN_9TlBnofKQHmDHrmUoCf5G
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4 months ago

Today at 3pm we will be talking to Dr Uday Nidumolu about using research and technology to strengthen the adaptive capacity and productivity of smallholder farmers.

Climate change is increasing the seasonal risk for smallholder farmers around the world. This webinar will look at how research and technology has been used to strengthen the adaptive capacity and productivity for smallholder farmers in rainfed areas in southern Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, and Karnataka, India.

Technology introduced through this project included participatory groundwater monitoring at the village scale, climate risk assessment, understanding soil biology in relation to water use efficiency and using a suite of soil water and solute monitoring tools (called the Virtual Irrigation Academy) that can help smallholders measure soil water on their farms and guide continual improvement of their management and profitability.

Join the webinar here: https://us06web.zoom.us/.../reg.../WN_9TlBnofKQHmDHrmUoCf5G
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