Client: Corangamite CMA
Water Technology was commissioned by the Corangamite Catchment Management Authority (CCMA) to develop a hydrodynamic model of the Lake Connewarre Complex (LCC). The modelling investigation is being undertaken in order to gain an improved understanding of the complex hydrodynamic processes which occur in the LCC with a view to informing improved management decision making in the future.
Client: East Gippsland Catchment Management Authority
Water Technology in association with Environmental Coastal Consultants P/L was commissioned by the East Gippsland Catchment Management Authority (EGCMA) to undertake a hydrodynamic study of the Snowy Estuary. The overall objective of the project is to improve the understanding of the hydrodynamic behaviour of the estuary so that the impacts of the predicted changes to the catchment hydrology and sea level rise can be better understood over a management timeframe of 20-30 years. To achieve this objective a numerical modelling tool of the estuary hydrodynamics has been developed.
Client: East Gippsland CMA
Water Technology was commissioned by the East Gippsland Catchment Management Authority to review all reports that have been prepared on the Lower Snowy River. Following the review linkages were developed between the values, processes and pressures within the estuary and these were incorporated into a Bayesian Decision Support Network.
The study incorporated ecological interactions, coastal and estuarine processes, hydrology, water quality, tourism, farming practices and recreation.
Client: Corangamite Catchment Management Authority
Water Technology were engaged by the Corangamite Catchment Management Authority to develop a comprehensive understanding of the hydraulic processes operating within the Aire estuary and local floodplain incorporating Lake’s Horden, Costin, Cravin and Calder.The primary outcome of the study is the development of a detailed understanding of flow characteristics for the drainage lines across the river flats and the interactions between the three lakes, the estuary mouth and the levels of inundation within the lake system during estuary entrance closures and floods.