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Real-Time Web-Based Decision Support for Stakeholder Implementation of Basin-Scale Salinity Management

Abstract : Real-time salinity management increases annual average salt export from the agriculture-dominated and salt-impacted San Joaquin Basin. This strategy also reduces the likelihood of potential fines associated with exceedences of monthly and annual salt load allocations which could exceed $1 million per year based on average year hydrology and State-mandated, TMDL-based salt load export limits. The essential components of this program include the establishment of telemetered sensor networks, a web-based information system for sharing data, a basin-scale salt load assimilative capacity forecasting model and institutional entities tasked with performing weekly forecasts of River salt assimilative capacity and coordinating west-side drainage return flows. San Joaquin River (SJRRTM) Online (SJRO) is a new web portal that combines WARMF-Online a dedicated web portal for sharing model input data and salt assimilative capacity forecasts with an informational website for increasing stakeholder awareness of the unique characteristics and opportunities for enhanced water and water quality resource management in the River Basin.
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Nigel Quinn, Brian Hughes, Amye Osti, Joel Herr, Elwood Raley, et al.. Real-Time Web-Based Decision Support for Stakeholder Implementation of Basin-Scale Salinity Management. 12th International Symposium on Environmental Software Systems (ISESS), May 2017, Zadar, Croatia. pp.3-18, ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-89935-0_1⟩. ⟨hal-01852609⟩

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