A Model for Information Support of Environmental Management by Bill Davey, Clive Mathews

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In general, increasing field sizes were associated with intensified land use because the efficiency of the use of large machinery increases. Therefore areas of forested land decrease and areas of cropland increase. , 2009). Weather input from the period 1983–1998 and data sets on soils and topography are used. The resulting annual discharge predictions for the Dill catchment are presented in Figure 10. The slopes of the thin grey lines representing the ten individual models are quite similar. This indicates that all models predict a similar relative increase in stream flow if field size increases.

4. Case study II: The Dill catchment (Germany) The Dill catchment in central Germany is a peripheral region dominated by forestry and extensive agriculture. Due to the traditional heritage system in the past, land was split between all children. 7 ha. Social, political and economic pressures are slowly transforming the land use. On the long-term, pasturalism and silviculture will likely increase because agriculture is not profitable anymore. In the framework of the Collaboratice Research Center SFB 299 of the University of Gießen (Germany), strategies were investigated on how to make agriculture more profitable.

The physically based SIMULAT-H model was not applied at the regional scale (upper Ouémé catchment) due to the high data requirements. The data availability of the upper Ouémé catchment was good compared to other West African countries but not sufficient for physically based hydrological model applications. Available maps have a scale of 1:200,000: a soil map and a topographic map from which a digital elevation model was derived. In addition, a Landsat based land use classification was available.

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