Managing the TVA Reservoir System for Recreation Benefits

Six Years of Monitoring the Effectiveness of a Barrier Net at the Ludington Pumped Storage Plant on Lake Michigan

Seismic Analysis of Florence Lake Dam

Great Lakes Water Level Extremes and Risk Assessment

Toxicant Impacts on Plankton: An Approach to Modeling

Environmental Preservation of Red River Oxbows

Canada-USA 1994 Oil Spill Exercise on the Great Lakes – Modelling Support and its Evaluation

Lake Regulation During Record-Breaking Conditions

The Great Flood of 1994: The Disaster that Did Not Happen

A New Formulation for the Stochastic Control of Systems with Bounded State Variables: An Application to Great Lakes Levels Regulation

Water Quality Management Planning in Hungary: A Case Study

Lake and Surficial Aquifer Interaction

Impacts of Sand and Gravel Pits on Low Streamflows

Management of Water Resources in North America III Anticipating the 21st Century, September 4-8, 1993, Tucson, Arizona: Canada-United States Boundary Waters Management Arrangements

Making a Pavement Management System Functional at Salt Lake City

Management of Water Resources in North America III
Anticipating the 21st Century
This proceedings, Management of Water Resources in North America III, contains fourteen of the papers presented and discussed at the Third...

Money-Saving Model
Determining whether dams and spillways along a river are adequate to handle potential floods can have far-reaching financial, as well as human ramifications. Watershed modeling studies...

Sensitivity of Great Lakes Forecasting System Nowcasts to Meteorological Fields and Model Parameters
The Great Lakes Forecasting System is being developed by the NOAA Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory and Ohio State University. It uses meteorological fields as input to a numerical...

Coupled Lake Erie Air-Sea, Storm Resolving Forecasts and Predictions, the Viento Project

Tributary Loading with a Terrain Following Coordinate System
The modeling of physical processes that occur in a tributary between the farthest downstream gage and the lake interface can help to improve the predictive capabilities of Great Lakes...

 

 

 

 

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