GIS Modules and Distributed Models of the Watershed
Prepared by the Task Committee on GIS Modules and Distributed Models of the Watershed of ASCE. This report guides professionals in selecting the mostadvantageous...

GIS Paves the Way
The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of 1969 requires an environmental impact assessment study for all Federal-aid transportation improvement projects. NEPA studies evaluate potential...

Predicting with Precision
In many urban areas flood prediction systems are inadequate. Most rely on networks of widely dispersed rain gauges that often fail to provide sufficient geographic coverage to characterize...

Easy Interface
Engineers have long desired to be able to move freely from computer-aided design (CAD) programs to geographic information systems (GIS) and their vast databases. Now, thanks to improvements...

Topographic Surveying
Technical Engineering and Design Guides, as adapted from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, No. 29 This manual includes the new electronic surveying...

Integration of GIS with Urban Transportation Models for Airport Modeling

Impact of Information Technology Advances on Landside Simulation

Sky High
The increasing demand for personal communication services (PCS), such as digital cell phones and pagers, as well as digital television (DTV), has created new challenges for creating and...

I.T.S. On the Way
With fewer roads being built, surface transportation engineers must develop ways to increase the efficiency of existing roadways by using intelligent transportation systems (ITS), but...

The Invisible Infrastructure
Most developed countries have 50- to 100-year-old underground utility systems that carry far greater loads than their designs. They're difficult to repair or replace, yet...

Wetland Wonder
Pinellas County and the Southwest Florida Water Management District's Surface Water Improvement and Management (SWIM) Department jointly retrofitted an urban drainage basin...

Marine Protected Areas and Biological Distributional Data: Large and Small Scale Perspectives

GIS Data Integration: Build It and They Will Come

Technical and Human Issues in GIS Data Integration: The Tijuana River Watershed Project

Florida's Ocean GIS: Protecting Blue and Green Waters

Scientific Data in Ocean and Coastal Resource Management Decisions: Pity the Poor Scientist

Bridging the Gap Between Science and the Public Interest

Ocean Benefits of Healthy Riparian Systems

Support for Coastal Watershed Activities Using the CERES Watershed Information Technical System

A User-Friendly GIS for Ocean Disposal Management





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