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Conference Series: GIS & Water Resources

AWRA Specialty Conferences on GIS and Water Resources

All AWRA Specialty Conferences produce a Proceedings. All conference attendees get a CD of the Proceedings, and many libraries have subscriptions.

Since 2003, Specialty Conference Proceedings have been placed online, available to all members. Non-members may review the table contents of each proceedings or purchase the proceedings CD-rom (where available).

  • GIS IV, 2006 -- Houston, Texas. GIS and Water Resources IV, David R. Maidment & John S. Grounds III, Houston, TX, 139 papers/abstracts (May 8-10, 2006) (TPS-06-1) (ISBN 1-882132-70-X) CD-ROM (Specialty Conference) Purchase Proceedings CD
  • GIS III, 2003 -- Nashville, Tennessee. GIS and Water Resources III, Kenneth J. Lanfear & David R. Maidment, Nashville, TN, 63 papers/abstracts (May 17-19, 2004) (TPS-04-1) (ISBN 1-882132-64-5) CD-ROM (Specialty Conference) Purchase Proceedings CD
  • GIS II, 1996 -- Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Part of Annual Conference. Online Proceedings are open access. GIS and Water Resources, Cheryl A. Hallam, Jayne M. Salisbury, Kenneth J. Lanfear, & William A. Battaglin, Fort Lauderdale, FL, 482 pp. (Sept. 22-26, 1996) (TPS-96-3) (ISBN 1-882132-39-4) (Symposium)
  • GIS I, 1993 -- Mobile, Alabama. Color, hardbound Proceedings are out of print. However, some papers were upgraded and published in JAWRA -- see below. Geographic Information Systems and Water Resources, John M. Harlin & Kenneth J. Lanfear, Mobile, AL 640 pp. (March 14-17, 1993) (TPS-93-1) (ISBN 1-882132-24-6) (Symposium)

Impact Issues on GIS

All AWRA members are mailed Impact bimonthly, and may view back issues online.

JAWRA Papers on GIS

JAWRA began publishing GIS papers in 1993 to coincide with AWRA's First Specialty Conference on GIS and Water Resources. Although many researchers today use GIS in some capacity, the listing below includes the most prominent JAWRA papers on the topic of GIS.

Abstracts are open to everyone. AWRA members can see the full text and figures of ALL JAWRA papers! (You may have to sign in through the AWRA website, though.)

  1. Modeling Hydrology in a Small Rocky Mountain Watershed Serving Large Urban Populations
    Paula Jo Lemonds and John E. McCray
    View Abstract.
  2. Hydrologic Modeling Uncertainty Resulting From Land Cover Misclassification
    Scott N. Miller, D. Phillip Guertin, and David C. Goodrich
    View Abstract.
  3. GIS Methodology for Quantifying Channel Change in Las Vegas, Nevada
    Susan E. Buckingham and John W. Whitney
    View Abstract.
  4. Rainfall-Runoff Model for Typhoons Making Landfall in Taiwan
    Ray-Shyan Wu, Dong-Sin Shih, and Shih-Wen Chen
    View Abstract.
  5. Upstream Channel Changes Following Dam Construction and Removal Using a GIS/Remote Sensing Approach
    James E. Evans, Jennifer M. Huxley, and Robert K. Vincent
    View Abstract.
  6. A Gis-Based Approach to Watershed Classification for Nebraska Reservoirs
    Henry N.N. Bulley, James W. Merchant, David B. Marx, John C. Holz, and Aris A. Holz
    View Abstract.
  7. Modeling Stream Channel Characteristics From Drainage-Enforced DEMs in Puget Sound, Washington, USA
    Jeremy R. Davies, Kerry M. Lagueux, Beth Sanderson, and Timothy J. Beechie
    View Abstract.
  8. Urbanization and its effect on runoff in the whiteoak bayou watershed, texas
    Francisco Olivera and Buren B. DeFee
    View Abstract.
  9. Hydrological connectivity between headwater streams and downstream waters: how science can inform policy
    Tracie-Lynn Nadeau and Mark Cable Rains
    View Abstract.
  10. GIS-BASED WATER QUALITY MODELING IN THE SANDUSKY WATERSHED, OHIO, USA
    Sabine Grunwald Chen Qi
    View Abstract.
  11. MODELING THE EFFECTS OF VARIABLE ANNUAL FLOW ON RIVER CHANNEL MEANDER MIGRATION PATTERNS, SACRAMENTO RIVER, CALIFORNIA, USA
    Eric W. Larsen, Alexander K. Fremier, Evan H. Girvetz
    View Abstract.
  12. IMPERVIOUSNESS: A PERFORMANCE MEASURE OF A DELAWARE WATER RESOURCE PROTECTION AREA ORDINANCE
    Gerald J. Kauffman, Martha B. Corrozi, Kevin J. Vonck
    View Abstract.
  13. EVAPOTRANSPIRATION DYNAMICS AT AN ECOHYDROLOGICAL RESTORATION SITE: AN ENERGY BALANCE AND REMOTE SENSING APPROACH
    Jason W. Oberg Assefa M. Melesss
    View Abstract.
  14. ARCGIS-SWAT: A GEODATA MODEL AND GIS INTERFACE FOR SWAT
    Francisco Olivera, Milver Valenzuela, R. Srinivasan, Janghwoan Choi, Hiudae Cho, Srikanth Koka Ashish Agrawal
    View Abstract.
  15. EFFECTS OF ADJACENT AGRICULTURAL ACTIVITIES AND WATERSHED CHARACTERISTICS ON STREAM MACROINVERTEBRATE COMMUNITIES
    Sofia A. Kyriakeas Mary C. Watzin
    View Abstract.
  16. REMOTE SENSING OF RIPARIAN BUFFERS: PAST PROGRESS AND FUTURE PROSPECTS
    Scott J. Goetz
    View Abstract.
  17. ESTIMATING AREAS AND TIMBER VALUES OF RIPARIAN MANAGEMENT ON FOREST LANDS
    George G. Ice, Arne Skaugset Amy Simmons
    View Abstract.
  18. INTERFACING GIS WITH WATER RESOURCE MODELS: A STATE-OF-THE-ART REVIEW
    Paul H. Martin, Eugene J. LeBoeuf, James P. Dobbins, Edsel B. Daniel Mark D. Abkowitz
    View Abstract.
  19. AUTOMATED WEB GIS BASED HYDROGRAPH ANALYSIS TOOL, WHAT
    Kyoung Jae Lim, Bernard A. Engel, Zhenxu Tang, Joongdae Choi, Ki-Sung Kim, Suresh Muthukrishnan Dibyajyoti Tripathy
    View Abstract.
  20. URBAN IMPACTS ON PHYSICAL STREAM CONDITION: EFFECTS OF SPATIAL SCALE, CONNECTIVITY, AND LONGITUDINAL TRENDS
    Maeve McBride Derek B. Booth
    View Abstract.
  21. SPATIAL CLUSTERS OF SUBSURFACE DRAINAGE WATER NO3-N LEACHING LOSSES
    Allah Bakhsh Ramesh S. Kanwar
    View Abstract.
  22. NUTRIENT CONTRIBUTION OF NONPOINT SOURCE RUNOFF IN THE LAS VEGAS VALLEY
    Marcelo Reginato, Thomas C. Piechota
    View Abstract.
  23. INTEGRATING MULTICRITERIA ANALYSIS AND GIS FOR ASSESSING RAINGAGE WORTH WITHIN AN ESTABLISHED NETWORK
    Sherif Naoum, Ioannis K. Tsanis
    View Abstract.
  24. INTEGRATED ECHO SOUNDER, GPS, AND GIS FOR RESERVOIR SEDIMENTATION STUDIES: EXAMPLES FROM TWO ARKANSAS LAKES
    Ben K. Odhiambo Stephen K. Boss
    View Abstract.
  25. STORM RUNOFF PREDICTION BASED ON A SPATIALLY DISTRIBUTED TRAVEL TIME METHOD UTILIZING REMOTE SENSING AND GIS
    Assefa M. Melesse Wendy D. Graham
    View Abstract.
  26. MODELING THE IMPACTS OF WATER LEVEL CHANGES ON A GREAT LAKES COMMUNITY
    Ryan C. Schwartz, Peter J. Deadman, Daniel J. Scott, Linda D. Mortsch
    View Abstract.
  27. LOS ALAMOS FOREST FIRE IMPACT MODELING
    T. Andrew Earles, Kenneth R. Wright, Christopher Brown Thomas E. Langan
    View Abstract.
  28. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN WATERSHED MANAGEMENT DECISION MAKING
    Ryan C. Miller, D. Phillip Guertin Philip Heilman
    View Abstract.
  29. IMPLICATIONS OF ON-GROUND NITROGEN LOADING AND SOIL TRANSFORMATIONS ON GROUND WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT
    Mohammad N. Almasri Jagath J. Kaluarachchi
    View Abstract.
  30. PREDICTION OF STREAM TEMPERATURE IN FORESTED WATERSHEDS
    V. Sridhar, Amy L. Sansone, Jonathan LaMarche, Tony Dubin Dennis P. Lettenmaier
    View Abstract.
  31. OPTIMIZATION PROCEDURE FOR COST EFFECTIVE BMP PLACEMENT AT A WATERSHED SCALE
    Tamie L. Veith, Mary Leigh Wolfe, Conrad D. Heatwole
    View Abstract.
  32. IMPACTS OF CALIFORNIA'S CLIMATIC REGIMES AND COASTAL LAND USE CHANGE ON STREAMFLOW CHARACTERISTICS
    R. Edward Beighley, John M. Melack, Thomas Dunne
    View Abstract.
  33. STREAM DISCHARGE PREDICTION VIA A GRID BASED SOIL WATER ROUTING WITH PADDY FIELDS
    Seong J. Kim, Hyo S. Chae, Chul S. Yoo Sa C. Shin
    View Abstract.
  34. CONFLICT AND COOPERATION OVER INTERNATIONAL FRESHWATER RESOURCES: INDICATORS OF BASINS AT RISR
    Shim Yoffe, Aaron T. Wolf Mark Giordano
    View Abstract.
  35. WATER QUALITY MODEL OUTPUT UNCERTAINTY AS AFFECTED BY SPATIAL RESOLUTION OF INPUT DATA
    Amy S. Cotter, Indrajeet Chaubey, Thomas A. Costello, Thomas S. Soerens, Marc A. Nelson
    View Abstract.
  36. MODELING ACTUAL EVAPOTRANSPIRATION FROM FORESTED WATERSHEDS ACROSS THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES
    Jianbiao Lu, Ge Sun, Steven G. McNulty, Devendra M. Amatya
    View Abstract.
  37. HISTORICAL CHANGES IN UPPER MISSISSIPPI RIVER WATER AREAS AND ISLANDS
    Mathias J. Collins James C. Knox
    View Abstract.
  38. IMPACT OF VARIED DATA RESOLUTION ON HYDRAULIC MODELING AND FLOODPLAIN DELINEATION
    Creighton R. Omer, E. James Nelson, Alan K. Zundel
    View Abstract.
  39. WATERSHED WEIGHTING OF EXPORT COEFFICIENTS TO MAP CRITICAL PHOSPHOROUS LOADING AREAS
    Theodore A. Endreny, Eric F. Wood
    View Abstract.
  40. ASSESSMENT USING GIS AND SEDIMENT ROUTING OF THE PROPOSED REMOVAL OF BALLVILLE DAM, SANDUSKY RIVER, OHIO
    James E. Evans, Norman S. Levine, Sheila J. Roberts, Johan F. Gottgens Diane M. Newman
    View Abstract.
  41. INTERACTIVE DISTRIBUTED CONSERVATION PLANNING
    Elaine M. Brown, Da Ouyang, A. Jeremiah Asher Jon F. Bartholic
    View Abstract.
  42. INTEGRATING LANDSCAPE ASSESSMENT AND HYDROLOGIC MODELING FOR LAND COVER CHANGE ANALYSIS
    Scott N. Miller, William G. Kepner, Megan H. Mehaffey, Mariano Hernandez, Ryan C. Miller, David C. Goodrich, K. Kim Devonald, Daniel T. Heggem W. Paul Miller
    View Abstract.
  43. INTEGRATION OF WATERSHED TOOLS AND SWAT MODEL INTO BASINS
    Mauro Di Luzio, Raghavan Srinivasan Jeffrey G. Arnold
    View Abstract.
  44. EFFECTS OF PRESCRIPTIVE RIPARIAN BUFFERS ON LANDSCAPE CHARACTERISTICS IN NORTHERN MINNESOTA, USA
    JoAnn M. Hanowski, Peter T. Walter, Gerald J. Niemi
    View Abstract.
  45. GENERATING FARM DESCRIPTIONS IN A WATERSHED FROM INCOMPLETE DATA USING SIMULATED ANNEALING
    Nicholas D. Stone Ben E. Cline James Pease
    View Abstract.
  46. SPATIALLY EXPLICIT HYDROLOGIC MODELING OF LAND USE CHANGE
    Glenn E. Moglen, R. Edward Beighley
    View Abstract.
  47. NEAR-STREAM LANDUSE EFFECTS ON STREAMWATER NUTRIENT DISTRIBUTION IN AN URBANIZING WATERSHED
    Kazuhiro Sonoda, J. Alan. Yeakley, Christopher E. Walker
    View Abstract.
  48. LANDSCAPE-SCALE ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT OF CUMULATIVE IMPACTS TO RIPARIAN ECOSYSTEMS: PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE
    Eric D. Stein Richard F Ambrose
    View Abstract.
  49. ANALYZIIG RIPARIAN SITE CAPABILITY AND MANAGEMENT OPTIONS
    Mack Barrington, Donald Wolf, Ken Diebel
    View Abstract.
  50. CHANGING NEAR-STREAM LAND USE AND RWER CHANNEL MORPHOLOGY IN THE VENEZUELAN ANDES
    Diana L. Karwan, J. David. Allan, Kathleen M. Bergen
    View Abstract.
  51. GIS-BASED HYIROLOGIC MODELING OF RIPARIAN AREAS: IMPLICATIONS FOR STREAM WATER QUALITY
    Matthew E. Baker, Michael J. Wiley, Paul W Seelbach
    View Abstract.
  52. STORMFLOW SIMULATION USING A GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM WITH A DISTRIBUTED APPROACH
    Zhongbo Yu, Richard A. White, Yingjie Guo, Jon Voortman, Philip J. Kolb, Douglas A. Miller Art Miller
    View Abstract.
  53. PREDICTABILITY OF SURFACE WATER POLLUTION LOADING IN PENNSYLVANIA USING WATERSHED-BASED LANDSCAPE MEASUREMENTS
    Glen D. Johnson, Wayne L. Myers Ganapati P. Patil
    View Abstract.
  54. DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF A SPATIAL HYDROLOGY MODEL OF OKEFENOKEE SWAMP, GEORGIA
    Cynthia S. Loftin, Wiley M. Kitchens Nicholas Ansay
    View Abstract.
  55. SUSCEPTIBILITY OF INDIANA WATERSHEDS TO HERBICIDE CONTAMINATION
    Michael J. Homes, Jane R. Frankenberger Bernard A. Engel
    View Abstract.
  56. A HYPOTHESIS ABOUT FACTORS THAT AFFECT MAXIMUM SUMMER STREAM TEMPERATURES ACROSS MONTANE LANDSCAPES
    Daniel J. Isaak Wayne A. Hubert
    View Abstract.
  57. A WINDOWS-BASED GIS-AGNPS INTERFACE
    Chansheng He, Changan Shi, Changchun Yang, Bryan P. Agosti
    View Abstract.
  58. PHYSICAL DETERMINANTS OF ECONOMIC VALUE OF RIPARIAN BUFFERS IN AN AGRICULTURAL WATERSHED
    Zeyuan Qiu Tony Prato
    View Abstract.
  59. SPATIAL VARIATIONS OF WATER LOSS DURING DROUGH A CASE STUDY
    Tiao J. Chang, Timothy A. Bartrand, Richard Germain
    View Abstract.
  60. REGIONAL NITRATE LEACHING VARIABILITY: WHAT MAKES A DIFFERENCE IN NORTHEASTERN COLORADO
    M. D. Hall, M. J. Shaffer, R. M. Waskom, J. A. Delgado
    View Abstract.
  61. APPLICATION OF GPS AND GIS TO MAP CHANNEL FEATURES IN WALNUT CREEK, IOWA
    Keith E. Schilling Calvin F. Wolter
    View Abstract.
  62. A GIS-ASSISTED DISTRIBUTED WATERSHED MODEL FOR SIMULATING FLOODING AND INUNDATION
    Tsang-Jung Chang, Ming-Hsi Hsu, Wei-Hsien Teng Chen-Jia Huang
    View Abstract.
  63. SPATIALLY DISTRIBUTED MODELING OF STREAM FLOW DURING STORM EVENTS
    Yuri Gorokhovich, Reza Khanbilvardi, Lorraine Janus, Victor Goldsmith David Stern
    View Abstract.
  64. EPA'S BASINS MODEL: GOOD SCIENCE OR SERENDIPITOUS MODELING?
    Ray C. Whittemore John Beebe
    View Abstract.
  65. DEVELOPMENT OF A GIS-BASED FLOOD INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR FLOODPLAIN MODELING AND DAMAGE CALCULATION
    C. R. Yang C. T. Tsai
    View Abstract.
  66. INTEGRATING DEMOGRAPHIC AND LANDSAT (TM) DATA AT A WATERSHED SCALE
    Tracy K Kuczenski, Donald R. Field, Paul R. Voss, Volker C. Radeloff Alice E. Hagen
    View Abstract.
  67. THE TWO-DIMENSIONAL UPLAND EROSION MODEL CASC2D-SED
    Billy E. Johnson, Pierre Y Julien, Darcy K Molnar Chester C. Watson
    View Abstract.
  68. NUTRIENTS DISCHARGED TO THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER FROM EASTERN IOWA WATERSHEDS, 1996.1997
    Kent D. Becher, Douglas J. Schnoebelen Kimberlee K B. Akers
    View Abstract.
  69. AN EVALUATION OF TWO HYDROLOGIC MODELS FOR CLIMATE CHANGE SCENARIOS
    Brent Frakes, Zhongbo Yu
    View Abstract.
  70. ASSESSMENT OF IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON WATER QUALITY IN THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES
    James F. Cruise, Ashutosh S. Limaye, Nassim Al-Abed
    View Abstract.
  71. COMPARISON OF MODELS FOR ESTIMATING FLOOD QUANTILES IN NEW HAMPSHIRE AND VERMONT
    S. Lawrence Dingman, Kevin J. Palaia
    View Abstract.
  72. CONTINENTAL SCALE SIMULATION OF THE HYDROLOGIC BALANCE
    J. G. Arnold, R. Srinivasan, R. S. Muttiah, P. M. Allen
    View Abstract.
  73. SELECTION AND SUSTAINABILITY OF LAND AND WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
    Tony Prato Stefan Hajkowicz
    View Abstract.
  74. EVALUATION OF RUNOFF, EROSION, AND PHOSPHORUS MODELING SYSTEM—SIMPLE
    Ted S. Kornecki, George J. Sabbagh, Daniel E. Storm
    View Abstract.
  75. FORECASTING FUTURE LAND USE FOR WATERSHED ASSESSMENT
    Jonathan B. Butcher
    View Abstract.
  76. INTEGRATION OF WATER QUALITY MODELING, REMOTE SENSING, AND GIS
    Ming-Der Yang, Carolyn J. Merry Robert M. Sykes
    View Abstract.
  77. A GIS-BASED MODELING APPROACH FOR EVALUATING GROUNDWATER VULNERABILITY TO PESTICIDES
    S. Shukia, S. Mostaghimi, V O. Shanholtz M. C. Collins
    View Abstract.
  78. REGRESSION MODELS OF HERBICIDE CONCENTRATIONS IN OUTFLOW FROM RESERVOIRS IN THE MIDWESTERN USA, 1992–1993
    William A. Battaglin Donald A. Goolsby
    View Abstract.
  79. A PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS OF ANIMAL MANURE DISTRIBUTION IN MICHIGAN FOR NUTRIENT UTILIZATION
    Chansheng He Changan Shi
    View Abstract.
  80. HYDROLOGIC PARAMETERIZATION OF WATERSHEDS FOR RUNOFF PREDICTION USING SWAT
    H. B. Manguerra, B. A. Engel
    View Abstract.
  81. HYDROLOGIC MODELING OF TWO GLACIATED WATERSHEDS IN NORTHEAST PENNSYLVANIA
    M. S. Srinivasan, J. M. Hamlett, R. L. Day, J. I. Sams G. W. Petersen
    View Abstract.
  82. ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF RIPARIAN BUFFERS IN AN AGRICULTURAL WATERSHED
    Zeyuan Qiu Tony Prato
    View Abstract.
  83. LAND USE AND AQUATIC BIOINTEGRITY IN THE BLACKFOOT RWER WATERSHED, MONTANA
    Julie A. Rothrock, Paul K. Barten Gary L. Ingman
    View Abstract.
  84. HYDROLOGIC CALIBRATION OF THE SWAT MODEL IN A WATERSHED CONTAINING FRAGIPAN SOILS
    J. R. Peterson J. M. Hamlett
    View Abstract.
  85. LAND USE AND STREAMWATER NITRATE-N DYNAMICS IN AN URBAN-RURAL FRINGE WATERSHED
    B. G. Wernick, K E. Cook H. Schreier
    View Abstract.
  86. MULTIVARIATE CLASSIFICATION OF SMALL ORDER WATERSHEDS IN THE QUABBIN RESERVOIR BASIN, MASSACHUSEVFS
    Robert M. Lent, Marcus C. Waidron, John C. Rader
    View Abstract.
  87. LARGE AREA HYDROLOGIC MODELING AND ASSESSMENT PART I: MODEL DEVELOPMENT
    J. G. Arnold, R. Srinivasan, R. S. Muttiah, J. R. Williams
    View Abstract.
  88. SPATIAL MODELLING WITH GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR DETERMINATION OF WATER RESOURCES VULNERABILITY APPLICATION TO AN AREA IN MASSIF CENTRAL (FRANCE)
    François Laurent, Wolfram Anker, Didier Graillot
    View Abstract.
  89. LARGE AREA HYDROLOGIC MODELING AND ASSESSMENT PART II: MODEL APPLICATION
    R. Srinivasan, T. S. Ramanarayanan, J. G. Arnold, S. T. Bednarz
    View Abstract.
  90. AN INTERACTWE MODELING ENVIRONMENT FOR NON-POINT SOURCE POLLUTION CONTROL
    Hsiu-Hua Liao U.S. Tim
    View Abstract.
  91. CUMULATIVE IMPACTS OF LANDUSE ON WATER QUALITY IN A SOUTHERN APPALACHIAN WATERSHED
    Paul V Bolstad Wayne T Swank
    View Abstract.
  92. SELECTION OF WASTE DISPOSAL SITES USING GIS
    Hakan Basaiaoclu, Ertürk Celenk, Miguel A. Mariulo Nurinnisa Usul
    View Abstract.
  93. STATISTICAL LOW FLOW ESTIMATION USING GIS ANALYSIS IN HUMID MONTANE REGIONS IN PUERTO RICO
    Andres R. Garcia-Martinó, Frederick N. Scatena, Glenn S. Warner Daniel L. Civco
    View Abstract.
  94. CHANNEL NETWORK EXTENSION BY LOGGING ROADS IN TWO BASINS, WESTERN CASCADES, OREGON
    Beverley C. Wemple, Julia A. Jones Gordon E. Grant
    View Abstract.
  95. USING A GIS FOR ESTIMATING INPUT PARAMETERS IN URBAN STORMWATER QUALITY MODELING
    Steven M. Haubner Erhard F Joeres
    View Abstract.
  96. EVALUATING POTENTIAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF INSECTICIDE APPLICATIONS IN A BOLL WEEVIL ERADICATION PROGRAM
    X. Tan, G. J. Sabbagh, G. W. Cuperus M. Gregory
    View Abstract.
  97. A WATERSHED-LEVEL ECOLOGICAL RISK ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGY
    W. Cully Hession, Daniel E. Storm, C. Thomas Haan, Sterling L. Burks Marty D. Matlock
    View Abstract.
  98. A COMPARISON OF HAND- AND SPLINE-DRAWN PRECIPITATION MAPS FOR MOUNTAINOUS MONTANA
    Stephan G. Custer, Phillip Fames, John P Wilson Robert D. Snyder
    View Abstract.
  99. INTEGRATING A GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM, A SCIENTIFIC VISUALIZATION SYSTEM, AND A PRECIPITATION MODEL
    L. E. Hay L. K. Knapp
    View Abstract.
  100. COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF LAND COVER DATA SOURCES FOR EROSION PREDICTION
    Robert H. Fraser, Maureen V. Warren Paul K Barten
    View Abstract.
  101. ESTIMATING NONPOINT SOURCE POLLUTION LOADS WITH A GIS SCREENING MODEL
    Christine L. Adamus Martinus J. Bergman
    View Abstract.
  102. MANAGING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS IN URBAN ENVIRONMENTS: A GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS APPROACH
    Paul F. Hudak, Roger K. Speas F. Andrew Schoolmaster
    View Abstract.
  103. REGIONAL ASSESSMENT OF NLEAP NO3-N LEACHING INDICES
    B. K. Wylie, M. J. Shaffer M. D. Hall
    View Abstract.
  104. RASTER-BASED HYDROLOGIC MODELING OF SPATIALLY-VARIED SURFACE RUNOFF
    Pierre Y. Julien, Bahram Saghafian Fred L. Ogden
    View Abstract.
  105. SENSITIVITY OF A PRAIRIE WETLAND TO INCREASED TEMPERATURE AND SEASONAL PRECIPITATION CHANGES
    Karen A. Poiani, W. Carter. Johnson Timothy G. F. Kittel
    View Abstract.
  106. EXPOSURE ASSESSMENT OF POPULATIONS USING ENVIRONMENTAL MODELING, DEMOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS, AND GIS
    Morris L. Maslia, Mustafa M. Aral, Robert C. Williams, Allan S. Susten Janet L. Heitgerd
    View Abstract.
  107. A GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS APPROACH TO WELLHEAD PROTECTION
    John L. Hammen Philip J. Gerla
    View Abstract.
  108. PRIORITIZING NONPOINT SOURCE PHOSPHORUS LOADING USING A GRASS-MODELING SYSTEM
    Zhenquan Chen, Daniel E. Storm, Michael D. Smolen, C. T. Haan, Mark S. Gregory George J. Sabbagh
    View Abstract.
  109. EXAMINING LAND USE INFLUENCES ON STREAM HABITATS AND MACROINVERTEBRATES: A GIS APPROACH
    Carl Richards George Host
    View Abstract.
  110. INTEGRATION OF A BASIN-SCALE WATER QUALITY MODEL WITH GIS
    R. Srinivasan J. G. Arnold
    View Abstract.
  111. A SPATIAL DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR ASSESSING AGRICULTURAL NONPOINT SOURCE POLLUTION
    R. Srinivasan B. A. Engel
    View Abstract.
  112. A GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM PROCEDURE TO QUANTIFY DRAINAGE-BASIN CHARACTERISTICS
    David A. Eash
    View Abstract.
  113. DEVELOPMENT OF A BASIN GEOMORPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM USING A TIN-DEM DATA STRUCTURE
    Y Tachikawa, M. Shiiba T Takasao
    View Abstract.
  114. THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE NILE HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL FORECAST SYSTEM
    Curtis B. Barrett
    View Abstract.
  115. MANAGEMENT AND ANALYSIS OF WATER-USE DATA USING A GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM
    Kyle E. Juracek Joan F Kenny
    View Abstract.
  116. THE DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A GIS-BASED CONTAMINANT SOURCE INVENTORY OVER THE SPOKANE AQUIFER, SPOKANE COUNTY WASHINGTON
    Beatrice B. Lackaff, Bruce J. Hunt Ian E. Von Essen
    View Abstract.
  117. TIDE GATE INFLUENCES ON A TIDAL MARSH
    Leonard G. Pearlstine, Wiley M. Kitchens, Pamela J. Latham Richard D. Bartleson
    View Abstract.
  118. APPLICATIONS OF A GIS FOR MODELING THE SENSITIVITY OF WATER RESOURCES TO ALTERATIONS IN CLIMATE IN THE GUNNISON RIVER BASIN, COLORADO
    William A. Battaglin, Lauren E. Hay, Randolph S. Parker George H. Leauesley
    View Abstract.
  119. DEVELOPMENT OF A WATER SUPPLY PROTECTION MODEL IN A GIS
    Axel J. Griner
    View Abstract.
  120. USING A GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM TO DETERMINE THE RELATION BETWEEN STREAM QUALITY AND GEOLOGY IN THE ROBERTS CREEK WATERSHED, CLAYTON COUNTY, IOWA
    S. J. Kalkhoff
    View Abstract.
  121. MAXIMIZING THE VALUE OF INFORMATION FOR GROUND WATER PROTECTION: THREE TEST CASES
    Dina E. Flockhart, Chi Ho Sham Yan Xiao
    View Abstract.
  122. SIMULATION AND MAPPING OF SOIL-WATER CONDITIONS IN THE GREAT PLAINS
    Ronald B. Zelt Jack T. Dugan
    View Abstract.
  123. EFFECTS OF THE TOPOGRAPHIC INDEX DISTRIBUTION ON PREDICTED RUNOFF USING GRASS
    Sihem Chairat Jacques W. Delleur
    View Abstract.
  124. DEVELOPMENT OF WATERSIIED MODELS FOR TWO SIERRA NEVADA BASINS USING A GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM
    Anne E. Jeton J. LaRue. Smith
    View Abstract.
  125. GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM BASED NONPOINT POLLUTION MODELING
    Kurt J. Robinson Robert M. Ragan
    View Abstract.
  126. INTEGRATING GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS IN GROUND-WATER APPLICATIONS USING NUMERICAL MODELING TECHNIQUES
    Honesto Roaza, Ruth Montgomery Roaza Jeffry R. Wagner
    View Abstract.
  127. VALIDATION OF AGNPS FOR SMALL WATERSHEDS USING AN INTEGRATED AGNPS/GIS SYSTEM
    J. K. Mitchell, B. A. Engel, R. Srinivasan, S. S. Y. Wang
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