Tasmanian Aquatic Condition DSS Training Materials
The Tasmanian Aquatic Condition Decision Support System (DSS) is a computer-based system with a user-friendly interface. The DSS contains integrative models that can be used to explore likely response in the aquatic health of rivers and estuaries to changes in land use and other scenarios. The tool can be used to facilitate and improve understanding of the processes and pressures affecting Tasmanian rivers and estuaries, and assist planners, managers and policy makers to investigate the impacts of land use and management activities.
This file contains presentations and tutorials used as part of a training package for the Tasmanian Aquatic Condition DSS.
|Landscape elements:||Estuary, Rivers, Riparian vegetation, Land use|
|Catchments / sites:||none|
|Contact Person:||Rebecca Kelly (email@example.com), isNRM Pty Ltd|
|Last Updated:||November 23, 2010 14:55|
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