Global Water Availability Assessment Model (GWAVA)

GWAVA predicts the impacts of humans on future water availability, water quality and damage to river ecosystems. It operates at monthly or daily timescale and from large basins to global geographic scales. GWAVA has been applied to global, continental and basin scales across Europe, Africa and Asia for more than 20 years by scientists and water practitioners to: (1) predict water resource availability and water quality; (2) assess the impacts of climate and socio-economic changes; and (3) understand anthropogenic influences and their effects.