Modeling of Rattlesnake Creek Watershed Using Swat Model
Watershed scale models are widely used in design and operation of river basin projects and for guiding public decisions. This paper presents modeling details of Rattlesnake Creek watershed...

Use of Geomorphic Data for Assessing Stream Stability at Bridge Structures
The authors recently completed a statewide bridge scour evaluation for the Nevada Department of Transportation, which included evaluation of the geomorphic processes of bank erosion and...

Urbanization and Hydrologic Consequences in Simi Valley, California
Regressional analysis of historical hydrological data including rainfall and runoff data reveal that although there has not been a significant temporal change in the amount of rainfall...

Simulation of Catchment Response Using RC Network
This paper describes a simple physically-based distributed parameter hydrologic model of catchment response using a network of capacitors and resistors. The effect of topography is modeled...

Flood Damage Estimates Using GIS Spatial Analysis
The catastrophic flooding in the midwest during the Summer of 1993 and in California in the Spring of 1995 resulted in flood damage estimates in the hundreds of millions to billions of...

County-Wide Drainage Study Using GIS
A county-wide drainage study was conducted for the County of San Joaquin, California, Department of Public Works, for the determination of storm runoff quantities for the planning of flood...

Estimation of High Spring Floods Causing Inundation in Non-Studied Rivers of the West Siberian Plain
Spring flooding is the main and the most abounding in water period in flow regime of West Siberian rivers. As a result, there is powerful and wide inundation on relief of West Siberia....

Direct Measurement of Turbulence Structures in a Standard Jar Test Tank Using PIV System
Particle image velocimetry (PIV) is applied to the measurement of instantaneous two-dimensional velocity fields in a standard 2-liter jar test tank for several different impeller speeds....

Data Analysis for Computer Modeling of Thermal Discharges
Assessment of the thermal discharge impact upon the environment and design of the appropriate discharge structure necessitate a range of data activities, from extensive field measurements,...

The Use of Hydrologic Budget Techniques in Assessing Site Suitability for Wetland Creation
This paper discusses the general concepts and benefits of using of hydrologic budget techniques to describe the typical hydrologic conditions that might be expected at prospective site...

Stochastic Determination of Wave Heights for Flood Control Channels
Physical model data for subcritical and supercritical flow has been collected and analyzed to determine a statistically-based relationship for wave runup heights in a trapezoidal channel....

Derivation of New Dispersion Coefficient Equation for Natural Streams
A new simple method for predicting dispersion coefficient by using hydraulic and geometric data easily obtained in natural streams has been developed. Dimensional analysis was implemented...

Solving Collection Problems to Increase Revenue: The Houston Experience
By concentrating on improving customer service the City of Houston Utility Customer Service division solved their collection problems and increased their revenues. This article discusses...

Use of δ¹8O and δD to Define Seawater Intrusion
On the basis of previous studies, more than 60 km² of upper aquifer system underlying the Oxnard Plain was believed to be intruded by seawater. Recent work has shown that there are sources...

The O'Hare International Airport Pavement Management System

Historical Perspective of Spatial Flow Data Visualization Techniques in GIS

DBMS Implementation of a Linear Referencing Model

Extracting Watershed Characteristics from Spatial Digital Data Using GIS, A Case Study of the Great Miami River Basin

Multimedia Data Management in a Highway Information System

Visualization of Spatial and Geometric Databases for Construction Projects

 

 

 

 

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