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Source takes off in Afghanistan

eWater is supporting the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan to undertake a multi-sector water allocation options study for the Dahla Dam, in the Arghandab River Basin. Key aspects of the project include:

  • estimating the dependable water resource from the dam
  • estimating the available flows for hydroelectric power generation
  • estimating future irrigation, industrial, urban and environmental demands
  • modelling different water allocation scenarios
  • building capacity within Afghanistan to undertake integrated water resource modelling.

The project is progressing well. This week, eWater’s hydrologists Juanita Moolman and Carl Daamen are in Dubai, training Afghan water resource modellers in the use of Source.

 

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Asia Water Forum 2018

Our chair, Dr Don Blackmore and CEO Dr Robert Carr recently attended the Asian Development Bank's Asia Water Forum (AWF) 2018. eWater, in conjunction with Geoscience Australia, the Bureau of Meterology and the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UN ESCAP) ran a workshop on Australia's water management tools and how they are being adopted by other countries. The workshop focused on Source, Digital Earth Australia / Open Data Cube and the Bureau's forecasting tools, and how they are working together to help farmers manage drought in Cambodia.

Highlights from the Asia Water Forum

 

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