Practical Implications and Recommendations for Future Research
This chapter discusses implications of the outcomes of this research study in relation to stormwater pollution mitigation. It also presents a novel approach for implementing the research outcomes, using the concept of Logic Models. This approach is a logical sequence to a set of activities that enable the designing of effective stormwater pollution mitigation strategies utilising reliable information generated by stormwater quality models. The chapter further identifies opportunities for future research, namely, pollutant-particulate interactions, uncertainty assessment in relation to models with different complexity, and the need for integrating different modelling frameworks to improve the quantification of overall uncertainty associated with stormwater quality modelling outcomes.
KeywordsLogic models Modelling uncertainty Pollutant processes Process uncertainty Stormwater quality modelling
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