British Columbia Partnership announces that rebuilt “Water Balance Model” is now LIVE!

Linux Platform Enables Expanded Capabilities The Water Balance Model for British Columbia is a scenario comparison tool. Launched in 2003, it can help local governments create a future watershed vision by informing their decisions about the impacts, or not, of their ‘water footprint’ on watershed health. In December 2011, the Water Balance Model Partnership completed a year-long program to rebuild both the website front-end and
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Inter-Governmental Partnership released “The Plan for the Future” in 2009

Released by the British Columbia Inter-Governmental Partnership in November 2009, Water Balance Model for Canada – The Plan for the Future is a comprehensive document that will guide tool enhancement over the next three years.   What Stakeholders Need to Know “The Plan for the Future provides a concise synopsis of “need to know” information about the Water Balance Model,” explains Ted van der Gulik,
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British Columbia Partnership announces that Drainage Infrastructure Screening Tool is now LIVE!

Many drainage conveyance systems operate without serious problems for many years. Yet many engineering studies recommend plans for pipe replacement and upsizing that would cost tens of millions of dollars, money that local governments do not have. Reliance on complex computer models and inflexible application of design standards may be having an unintended consequence.   Framework for Screening and Decision-Making To help local governments make informed decisions
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British Columbia Partnership announces that Drainage Infrastructure Screening Tool is now LIVE!

Many drainage conveyance systems operate without serious problems for many years. Yet many engineering studies recommend plans for pipe replacement and upsizing that would cost tens of millions of dollars, money that local governments do not have. Reliance on complex computer models and inflexible application of design standards may be having an unintended consequence.   Framework for Screening and Decision-Making To help local governments make informed decisions
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British Columbia Partnership announces that Drainage Infrastructure Screening Tool is now LIVE!

Many drainage conveyance systems operate without serious problems for many years. Yet many engineering studies recommend plans for pipe replacement and upsizing that would cost tens of millions of dollars, money that local governments do not have. Reliance on complex computer models and inflexible application of design standards may be having an unintended consequence.   Framework for Screening and Decision-Making To help local governments make informed decisions
read more »

British Columbia Partnership announces that rebuilt “Water Balance Model” is now LIVE!

Linux Platform Enables Expanded Capabilities The Water Balance Model for British Columbia is a scenario comparison tool. Launched in 2003, it can help local governments create a future watershed vision by informing their decisions about the impacts, or not, of their ‘water footprint’ on watershed health. “Rebuilt on a Linux platform, the Water Balance Model (WBM) is now quicker and cleaner to use. Also, it
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