In this article results of analysis of future water withdrawals from water resources for public water supply systems are summarized.
Informatics, cartography in water management
Summary Flood risk of levee protected areas stems from the possibility of levee failure due to overtopping, breaching or uncontrolled seepage. In most cases, levee breaching leads to highest damages as such events occur suddenly and can hardly be forecasted. In this article, levee failure is referred to levee breaching only. Whenever levees break during… Read more »
The National Spatial Data Infrastructure and the Reflection on the expected Role of Cartography and GIS Products provided by the T. G. Masaryk Water Research Institute, p.r.i.
The article shows the case of the best practice in the interdisciplinary management of the Spatial Data Set within River Network Section Model based on excellent cooperation of T. G. Masaryk Water Research Institute, p.r.i., with the Czech Office for Surveying, Mapping and Cadastre and the Czech Hydro-meteorological Institute.
The estimation of the extent of inundations is enabled by methods of physical and mathematical modelling which have been developing for many years. Increasing accuracy, related to precise measurements, demands higher computing capacity and more time.