Mine pit lake hydro-geochemistry evaluation with GLM-AED

The GLM-AED2 model (v2.3) was recently applied by MSc student Joanne Moo of the UWA School of Agriculture and Environment as part of here thesis "Hydrological and geochemical controls on the recovery of acidic mine pit lakes".

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SCEVO: Swan-Canning Estuary Virtual Observatory

SCEVO is a not-for-profit initiative to disseminate information about the Swan-Canning Estuary system, and provide online simulations for the benefit of researchers and the Perth community using AED2 coupled with other hydrodynamic and climate models.

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Resilience of biogeochemical cycling in the Lower Murray lakes

One of the challenges with complex ecological models is reducing error and quantifying uncertainty. As part of an ARC Discovery Project we are working with Prof Justin Brookes from the University of Adelaide to simulate the Lower Murray River and Lake Alexandrina using novel data-streams to undertake an advanced process validation of the model.

Peel-Harvey water quality & aquatic habitat modelling

As part of an ARC-Linkage project "Balancing estuarine and societal health in a changing environment", AED2 is coupled with 3D hydrodynamic model TUFLOW-FV with aims to produce a predictive decision support tool for helping identify land-planning solutions in response to fast growing population and changing climate.

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Unravelling nutrient pathways from the catchment to the ocean using an isotope-enabled model

The AED model is used with TUFLOW-FV to unraveling the complex sources, delivery pathways and cycling of nitrogen along a sub-tropical freshwater-marine continuum. This study is significant because the combination of these 3 approaches will for the first time provide an unprecedented understanding of the complex processes involved in nitrogen cycling along a whole freshwater-marine continuum.


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