Nile Basin DSS, Tana Sub Basin, Scenarios, Indicators, Melt-criteria Analysis
The DSS is considered to comprise (i) a knowledge base, and (ii) modeling tools. These two elements are to have in-built internal interfaces, and the DSS as a whole, through input and output systems, is to have strong linkages with the separately developed BIS and WIS and The Authority is carrying out a study using the Nile Basin Decision Support System (NB-DSS) to providing the inputs needed for a water resources management and development plan for the Tana Sub-Basin.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Mekonen, Habtam A.; Wondim, Melese M.; Dagnew, Addisu G.; and Etichie, Mikiyas G.
"Multipurpose Water Resource Planning and Management Using Nile Basin DSS in the Tana Sub Basin, Ethiopia,"
Open Water Journal: Vol. 3
, Article 1.
Available at: http://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/openwater/vol3/iss1/1