Water modelling is a diverse area of activity that involves developing mathematical and logic-based representations of real world relationships between different variables.
How are water models used?
Water models are used to inform a wide range of decision making processes, including policy, planning and management decisions, and to assess likely impacts from external drivers, such as rainfall change, sea level rise or population growth through migration.
How to engage with water modellers
Water modellers work across a range of different application areas, from catchment management to water resource management, and water security to agriculture.
Becoming a water modeller
Water modelling is a career that can see you working in a range of different organisations, from government policy and planning at state or local levels, through to consulting firms, universities, and NGOs.
Evidence-based decision making
Water models are used where there is a need to for scientific evidence to inform how we manage and respond to complex physical, social and economic processes.
Sector capability and innovation
Queensland has significant water modelling strengths; however, there are a range of ways that water modelling in Queensland can be strengthened.
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