Dr Baihua Fu

Research Fellow, Fenner School of Environment and Society
College of Science

Areas of expertise

  • Environmental Science And Management 0502
  • Simulation And Modelling 080110
  • Surfacewater Hydrology 040608
  • Ecological Applications 0501
  • Soil Sciences 0503
  • Decision Support And Group Support Systems 080605

Research interests

Most of Dr Baihua Fu's research is focused on the development and improvement of environmental models to support management and decision making, particularly in the areas of:

  • catchment-scale water quality modelling, 
  • uncertainty assessment of environmental models,
  • ecological modelling, and
  • integrated modelling and assessment.

 

Researcher's projects

  • Developing hybrid catchment water quality models to support catchment management in Australia
  • Sensitivity and uncertainty assessment of GBR Source catchment models
  • Integrated Assessment of Conjunctive Use and Management of Surface and Groundwater in the Murray-Darling Basin.
  • An Integrated Hydro-Ecological and Socio-Economic Model of Environmental Flow Delivery to Wetlands: A Case Study of Macquarie Marshes in Australia.
  • Decision Support System for the Darwin Harbour Water Quality Protection Plan.
  • An Integrated Assessment of the Socio-Economic Impacts of Climate Change, Technology and Water Policy Drivers in Cotton Catchments
  • Decision Support System for environmental flow management at the Macquarie Marshes, Gwydir wetlands and Narran Lakes

Publications

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