Measuring Key Physical Processes in a California Lagoon
A focused data collection program was completed in support of a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers feasibility study of restoration alternatives for protecting and managing the habitat in Bolinas...

Use of Geomorphic Data for Assessing Stream Stability at Bridge Structures

Real-Time Data Collection of Scour Bridges

A National Bridge Scour Data Collection Program

Merging Field and Laboratory Bridge Scour Data

The Collection of Clear-Water Contraction and Abutment Scour Data at Selected Bridge Sites in the Coastal Plain and Piedmont of South Carolina

U.S. Geological Survey Field Measurements of Pier Scour

Using Geophysical Data to Assess Scour Development

Risk Analysis of River Bridge Failure

Noncontact Nondestructive Testing for Structure Health Monitoring

Tomography to Evaluate Site Conditions during Tunneling

Development of a Sediment Budget for the West and Southwest Coasts of Barbados

Longshore Drift Evaluation on a Groyned Shingle Beach Using Field Data

Regional Sediment Management uUing High Density Lidar Data

Risk-Based Corrective Measures for Waste Management Facility Closure
(No paper) In the past several years, risked-based corrective measure has been gradually accepted by federal and state agencies as a standard practice for site remediation or site closure....

Estimation of Peak Flood Discharge for Halilrood Basin, Iran
The peak flood discharge from catchments is one of important information needed for the planning of the water resources projects. In many cases long term data of annual runoff are not...

Basin Response Time: Potential Hydrologic Basin Handprint
Hydrologic lead time is an important factor in many water resources engineering applications. The determination of the response time of a watershed to runoff-producing rainfall is the...

Interface and Data Management for Large Scale Optimization Models
(No paper) This paper presents ideas regarding how different groups of data can be stored and utilized, especially in the context of water resource policy discussions involving different...

Practical Applications of Gage-Adjusted Radar–Rainfall Estimates
(no paper) It is radar's estimates of rainfall at a specific location that tends to disappoint. On the other hand, the strength of rain gage observations is in estimating rainfall at a...

Adjustments to Short-Term Hydrologic Forecasts for Conceptual Models of Hydrologic Processes
(No paper) Real-time forecasting of streamflows is amorphous and multi-dimensional. Weather forecasts, which are synonymous in popular culture with uncertainty, are just one component...

 

 

 

 

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