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Master of Catchment Science (International)
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The Peruvian-based project developed integrated frameworks to help better understand, evaluate and manage the water resources of the Ocoña district in Peru.
The project ‘Protection of rivers and environmental flows in Peru: Ocoña pilot river basin’ developed integrated frameworks to help better understand, evaluate and manage the water resources of the Ocoña district in Peru
Stage two of the project comprised a two-week study tour to Australia for six staff from the ANA. The overall objective was to develop a first-hand experience of river basin management in Australia and to continue to build a technical understanding of water allocation planning and environmental flow management.
Through this process, participants gained an improved understanding and capacity in topics such as:
One of the most important outcomes from the study tour was the development of a framework indicating the next steps to follow in the project’s following stages, both to develop the National E-flows regulation in Peru and the Ocoña’s Water Resources plan.