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Aquarius: A Modeling System for River Basin Water Allocation
Aquarius is a software application developed by the Rocky Mountain Research Station of the U. S Forest Service and Colorado State University. The modeling system depicts the temporal and spatial allocation of water flows among competing traditional and nontraditional water uses in a river basin. The program can be used to determine economically efficient water destination strategies by systematically examining, using a nonlinear optimization technique, the feasibility of reallocating unused or marginally valuable water storage and releases in favor of alternative uses.
Related Organizations: Colorado State University, USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station
Authors or Affiliated Users: Gustavo E. Diaz, Thomas C. Brown, Oli Sveinsson
Resource Category: Data and tools