DHI Project Portfolio
By world region:
By technical area:
- Aquatic Ecology
- Capacity Building and Training
- Cleaner Production/Cleaner Technology
- Coastal Engineering
- Coastal Zone Management
- Ecological Modelling
- Environmental Impact Assessment
- Estuarine Dynamics
- Flood Management
- Groundwater Soil and Waste
- HydroInformatics Technologies
- Hydrological Modelling
- Monitoring and Information Technology
- Offshore Technology
- Ports & Hydraulic Structures
- River Hydraulics
- Survey & Monitoring
- Urban Water Utilities
- Wastewater & Process Technology
- Water Management
- Water Quality Assessment
Last updated: 2013-05-22
Hydro Informatics Technologies
Tianjin Flood Forecast
Shanghai Environmental Protection Bureau is implementing a GIS and Water Quality Modelling and Water Basin Monitoring Information System. . DHI is providing the MIKE 11 model, WQ-modelling and Training.
Seminar for Danida Environment Advisors
DHI planned, facilitated and reported on a seminar for Danida Environment advisors. The purpose of the seminar was knowledge sharing on the status of environment assistance and mainstreaming and good governance in relation to the environment.
Historical and Extended Caspian Sea Forecast
Provision of water level and velocity hindcast data in 2003-2005. Extension of the operational Caspian Sea Water Level forecasts system to include 2D fields of velocities and meteorological forcing. Software sale of MIKE 21 PP.
Republic of Kazakhstan, 2005
Turkey Institutional Building and access to Information
The project will enable Turkey to achieve a high level of env. protection and compliance with the EU environmental information directives. This will be achieved through institutional building and development of an Environmental Information System.
Lake Kyora Restoration
The Kyoga Lake on the Equatorial Nile has been blocked by floating islands of detached vegetation. DHI is responsible for establishment of lake water balances and detailed hydraulic analyses of dredging scenarios that will result in the most appropriate future lake water levels.