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...

Long-Term Streamflow Forecasting
(No paper) Technology is creating major impacts on water management decisions dynamics. Today emerging technologies, such as satellite rely of hydrological and meteorological data, improvement...

Rising Water and Nitrate Levels within an Alluvial Aquifer near Phoenix, Arizona
(No paper) An analysis of water level data from more than a hundred water supply wells show that water levels have been rising at a considerable rate since 1980 in some portions of the...

Ground-Water Quality in Basins with Minimal Urban Development, Arizona
Ground-water quality data (191796) from 2,013 wells in 16 alluvial basins that have minimal urban development, were used to determine the effect of nonurban factors on ground-water quality...

Geographic Information System (GIS) Characterization of Spatially-Distributed Lifeline Damage

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...

High-Tech Highway
The Virginia Dept. of Transportation has spent more than $30 million on the first 2 miles (3.2 km) of the planned 5.7 mile (9.2 km) Smart Road near Roanoke, Virginia. Eventually the road...

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...

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

Developing Integrated Access to Contemporary Aerial Photography and Water Quality-Related Data for a Portion of the Elkhorn Slough and Vicinity, North Monterey County

Pavement Condition Assessment Using Ground Penetrating Radar

Interpretation and Aggregation of Spatially Detailed Sensor Data on Pavement Condition

Application of Dempster-Shafer Theory in Radar Data Analysis: A Case Study for Highway Pavements

Automated License Plate Recognition with a Neural Net Based Accelerator

Floodplain Management
On July 28th, 1997, the City of Fort Collins, Colorado, experienced devastating floods on Spring Creek that resulted in property damage and loss of life. As part of the local floodplain...

Video for Traffic Data & Incident Detection by Traficon

Design Factors for the Next-Generation Highway Data Vehicle

 

 

 

 

Return to search