Computer Impacts on Water Resources Engineeringby Leo R. Beard, Espey, Huston & Associates, Austin, TX, USA,
Abstract: Computation capability has increased by a factor of one million over the past 30 years and has contributed greatly toward data management and the application of available technology to water problems. Although computers have extended technology in some areas, there is a critical need to overcome socio-political constraints that inhibit or prevent satisfactory solution to problems that are growing in extent and complexity.
Subject Headings: Water resources | Hydrologic models | Computing in civil engineering | Hydraulic engineering | Water supply | Computer models | Hydrologic engineering | Information management
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