Guiding Australian Hydrologic and Hydraulic Practice into the 21st Century - Development of 4th edition of Australian Rainfall & Runoff

Korea Water Resources Association
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Conference Proceeding
Proc. XXXIst IAHR Congress: Water Engineering for the Future: Choices and Challenges, 2005, pp. 4485 - 4492
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The evolution of Australian Rainfall & Runoff is overviewed and the current on-going review is discussed. The inclusion of new information on the hydrology of rainfall and runoff for water quality investigations in both urban and rural areas, the use of catchment simulation techniques, the integration of hydrologic and hydraulic models, and hydrological aspects of integrated water management within urban areas is overviewed. It is concluded that the current review of Australian Rainfall & Runoff demonstrates the commitment the NCWE and the many authors to maintaining it as the pre-eminent guideline for hydrology and hydraulics in Australia into the 21st century. It also provides a model for other countries who are preparing national guidelines for hydrological and hydraulic practices.
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