Modeling Wetland Hydrologic and Hydraulic Processesby R. Walton, Ebasco Environmental, Bellevue, United States,
R. S. Chapman, Ebasco Environmental, Bellevue, United States,
J. E. Davis, Ebasco Environmental, Bellevue, United States,
G. Williams, Ebasco Environmental, Bellevue, United States,
Abstract: Water availability and the processes by which it moves are critical to a wetland's success, where success is measured in terms of the quantity and quality of functions provided by the wetland. A quantitative understanding of wetland hydrology and hydraulics (H & H) is essential for effective wetland evaluation, restoration, creation and management. As a consequence, analytical tools are needed. Recent work within the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Wetland Research Program (WRP) has focused on the development of numerical models to study H & H processes within a variety of wetland types. The purpose of this paper is to describe the H & H modeling to date, and to present the results of an initial application to the Cache River, Arkansas.
Subject Headings: Hydraulic models | Hydrologic models | Wetlands (fresh water) | Hydrology | Numerical models | Mathematical models | Water quality | Numerical analysis | Arkansas
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