Editorial Advisory Board.
List of Reviewers.
List of Contributors.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
1: Contextual Analysis and Application Domain.
2: Expanding the Hydroinformatics Agenda: Information and Inequality Behind Water Problems.
3: Integrated Watershed Management for Sustainable Development.
4: Collaborative, Stakeholder–Driven Resource Modeling and Management.
5: Building Capacity for Better Water Decision Making Through Internet–Based Decision Support Systems.
6: From Hydrological Models to Policy–Relevant Decision Support Systems (DSSs): A Historical Perspective.
7: An Approach Toward an Integrated Management of the Mara River Basin in Tanzania.
8: Building Sudan Water Knowledge Sharing Based on Global Technology.
9: Methodologies for Knowledge Representation and Reasoning.
10: Evolutionary Bayesian Belief Networks for Participatory Water Resources Management under Uncertainty.
11: Envisioning the Paradigm of Service Oriented Hydrology Intelligence (SOHI).
12: Chaos Theory for Hydrologic Modeling and Forecasting: Progress and Challenges.
13: Information Modeling.
14: On the Relation between Hydrological Forecasts and Water Resources Management.
15: Integrated Flood Risk Analysis for Assessing Flood Protection Strategies.
16: River Basin Management with a Special Focus on Management of Flood Events.
17: Science and Water Policy Interface: An Integrated Methodological Framework for Developing Decision Support Systems (DSSs).
18: Flow–Based Structural Modelling and Dynamic Simulation of Lake Water Levels.
19: Evolutionary Computation for Single and Multiobjective Water Distribution Systems Optimal Design: Review of Some Recent Applied Methodologies.
20: Use of Sediments Water in Environmental Monitoring.
21: Principal Component Analysis of Hydrological Data.
22: A System Innovation–Oriented Integration of Management Information Systems in Urban Water Management.
23: The Status of Lake Victoria Environment: Trends and Impacts to Fish Stocks.
24: Determination of Retention Efficiency of Kimondi Wetland in North Nandi District in Kenya.
25: Enabling Technologies and Information Processing Paradigms.
26: Application of Remote Sensing Technologies and Geographical Information Systems in Monitoring Environmental Degradation in the Lake Victoria Watershed, East Africa.
27: Using Geographic Information System to Infollow the Fertilizers Pollution Migration.
28: Improving Spatio–Temporal Rainfall Interpolation Using Remote Sensing CCD Data in a Tropical Basin: A Geostatistical Modeling Approach.
29: Assessing Environment–Climate Impacts in the Nile Basin for Decision–Making: Needs for Using Global Tracers*.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.