AWRA 2010 Spring Specialty Conference
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AWRA 2010 SPRING SPECIALTY CONFERENCE

GIS and Water Resources VI

March 20 – 31, 2010
Orlando, Florida


PROCEEDINGS
TABLE OF CONTENTS


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ORAL PRESENTATIONS

 



Monday Oral Technical Sessions
March 29, 2010
Plenary Panel: A Strategic Vision of the Future for Water Resources Information

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Panel Moderator: Jack Hampson
National Water Resource Technologies Program, PBS&J

Panelists:

Jack Dangermond
President, ESRI (also keynote speaker)

Dr. David Maidment
CUAHSI HIS Principal Investigator
Center for Research in Water Resources-University of Texas at Austin
Austin, Texas

James R. Cameron
Divison Director, GIS & Web Development
South Florida Water Management District
West Palm Beach, Flordia

Katherine Lins
Chief, Office of Water Information
Water Resources Division, USGS
Reston, Virginia

Tommy Dewald
NHDPlus Program Manager
USEPA Office of Water
Washington, D.C.

Sharing their vision of what is needed to meet water resources challenges in the coming decade, a panel of leading professionals and researchers spanning regional and federal government, industry, and academia come together for a strategic discussion.  

What is possible with new and emerging information technologies to help us respond effectively and creatively to those challenges?  The panel discussion will tie to the plenary address by Jack Dangermond on the kind of information framework needed to handle the diverse and complex requirements of water resources management. 

What needs are shared by the inter-related challenges facing water supply, water quality, flood risk, environmental monitoring, protection, and restoration in a context of water/energy tradeoffs, climate change and uncertainty?.

SESSION 1: Florida Arc Hydro I
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ArcHydro Implementation at SJRWMD - Evolving Toward Simplicity
Christine Mundy, Ellen Dean, Doug Campbell (ABSTRACT)
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Constructing a Production-Ready Arc Hydro Enhanced Database (AHED) as the Enterprise Database for Hydrologic Feature Locations
Maryam Mashayekhi, Lakin Flowers, Alan Foley (ABSTRACT)
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Enterprise Integration and Early Operational Phase Support of the Arc Hydro Enhanced Database
Lakin Flowers, Timothy Minter (ABSTRACT)
mp3SWFWMD Watershed Management Program – GIS Data Schema and Tools for Watershed Management
Gordon McClung, Jamison Janke (ABSTRACT)
SESSION 2: LiDAR I
pptTerrain Datasets: How Good Are They?
Celso Ferreira, Francisco Olivera, Dean Djokic (ABSTRACT)
pptPractical Considerations for Integrating LiDAR DEMs with Legacy Hydrographic Data
Benjamin Houston, Erika Boghici, Cheryl Rose (ABSTRACT)
pptTerrain-based Levee Freeboard Analysis for Flood Hazard Assessment and Planning
Milver Valenzuela, Stuart T. Geiger, Jean Huang, Alan Springett (ABSTRACT)
Technical Advancements and Differences of Two County-Wide LiDAR Datasets from 2001 to 2008 in Harris County, Texas
John Grounds, Brandon T. Grimm, Jacob Spenn (ABSTRACT)
SESSION 3: Groundwater I
pptGIS-Enabled Multiscale Modeling of a Complex Groundwater Remediation Site in Michigan
Huasheng Liao, Shu-Guang Li, Yang Li (PAPER)
pptGIS Enabled Stochastic Modeling of Groundwater Systems and Its Application to Real Problems
Dipa Dey, Hua-Sheng Liao, Shu-Guang Li (ABSTRACT)
Analyzing the Impacts of Climate Change on Groundwater Monitoring Network Design Using GIS
Abdelhaleem Khader, Mac McKee (ABSTRACT)
pptSupporting Fully-Coupled Surface Water-Groundwater Flow Simulations with ArcHydro
Chin Man Mok, Raghavendra Suribhatla, Miao Zhang (ABSTRACT)
SESSION 4: Hydrologic Modeling I
Using GIS to Assess Climate Change Impacts on the Rio Grande and its Riparian Forest
Julie Coonrod, Kelly Isaacson, Venkatesh Merwade (ABSTRACT)
Assessment of Water Availability in the Mountainous Watersheds of Idaho
Venkataramana Sridhar, Sumathy Sinnathamby, Muluken Muche (ABSTRACT)
pptAn Assessment of Climate Change Impact on Water Resources in Spain
Javier Alvarez-Rodriguez, Luis Barranco Sanz, Angela Potenciano de las Heras, Luis Quintas Ripoll (PAPER)
pptDelineation of Water Resources Planning and Management Regions using GIS
Ana Carolina Coelho Maran, Darrell G. Fontane; Evan Vlachos, John Labadie, Benedito Braga (PAPER)
SESSION 5: Arc Hydro Panel

The Florida Arc Hydro Experience: Where Do We Go From Here? ppt

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Organizer - Sandra Fox
St. Johns River Water Management District, Palatka, FL

Moderator – Dean Djokic
ESRI, Redlands, CA

Panelists

David Maidment, Center for Research in Water Resources-University of Texas at Austin
CUAHSI HIS Principal Investigator, Austin, TX

Gordon McClung, Southwest Florida Water Management District, Brooksville, FL

James Cameron, South Florida Water Management District, Palatka, FL

Chris Mundy, St. Johns River Water Management District, Palatka, FL

Alan Foley, Jones Edmunds, Gainesville, FL

Stephen Bourne, PBS&J, Atlanta, GA

Khan Boupha, Jones Edmunds, Tampa, FL,

Management of the unique hydrologic systems in Florida requires interaction across multiple agencies and professional disciplines. Public, private, and academic entities all play roles in managing Florida's water. Business drivers, staff, infrastructure, and organization may differ between entities but they are all linked by an interest in water management. The Arc Hydro data model has provided an effective yet unrestrained standard to facilitate development, storage, analysis, and communication of water resources data. Considerable effort has been expended by the Florida Arc Hydro community (primarily by or for Florida’s five Water Management Districts) to implement variations on the "standard" Arc Hydro data model to support hydrologic and hydraulic modeling, water quality modeling, flood hazard mapping, watershed management and other functions. Two groups, the Florida Arc Hydro Working Group (FAHWG) and the Florida Arc Hydro Users Group (FLAHUG), carry out ongoing collaborative efforts involving Arc Hydro in Florida. This panel will be composed of members from FAHWG and FLAHUG discussing background and status updates for current Arc Hydro implementations in Florida. The discussion will focus on technical insights, lessons learned in the course of the implementations and perhaps more importantly, what the future goals and activities of the two groups should be as a statewide effort.

SESSION 6: LiDAR II
pptHydrologic & Hydraulic Modleing of the Rancocas Creek Dam Failures
Dennis Johnson, Arthur C. Miller, Norm Folmar (PAPER)
pptUsing Lidar Data to Assess the Interdependence of Headwater Wetlands, Groundwater Levels, and Streamflow in Central-Florida Watersheds
Terrie Lee, Geoff Fouad (ABSTRACT)
Using LiDAR Data to Assess Landscape Vulnerability to Coal Bed Methane Extraction in the Powder River Basin of Wyoming
Charles Yuill, Michael P. Strager, Paul Kinder (ABSTRACT)
SESSION 7: Groundwater II
Use of GIS-Based Data for Modeling Complex Groundwater Systems in Michigan
Mehmet Oztan, Huasheng Liao, Shu-Guang Li, Richard Mandle (ABSTRACT)
Application of a GIS-enabled Modeling System to Protect Michigan's Groundwater and Groundwater Dependent Ecosystems
Hassan Abbas, Huasheng Liao, Shu-Guang Li, Richard Mandel (ABSTRACT)
Off-Stream Storage Analysis with HydroGeoSphere (HGS)
Lisa Rainger, Lorri Peltz-Lewis (ABSTRACT)
Application of GIS on a Regional Transient Groundwater Flow Model
Oscar Vera (PAPER)
SESSION 8: Hydrologic Modeling II
pptDevelopment of GIS-Based Drainage Facilities Master Plans Using Local Hydrologic Methods
Justin Rogers, Jim Zhu, Sunit Deo (ABSTRACT)
pptUsing GIS to Estimate Citywide Benefits from Stormwater BMPs in New York City
Francisco Brilhante, Marc Korpus, Carter H. Strickland, Jr. (ABSTRACT)
Performance Comparison of GIS-Based CPU, Multi-Threading and GPU Enhanced 2D Flood Models
Alfred Kalyanapu, Siddharth Shankar, Abe Stephens, Steven J. Burian, David R. Judi, Timothy N. McPherson (ABSTRACT)
GIS Based Hydrologic Modeling Using Object Oriented Approach
Kwangmin Kang, Venkatesh Merwade (ABSTRACT)
pptImpact of Pit Removal Methods on DEM Derived Drainage Lines in Flat Regions
Walter Collischonn, Diogo Costa Buarque, Adriano Rolim da Paz, Carlos Andr Bulhes Mendes, Fernando Mainardi Fan (PAPER)

Tuesday Oral Technical Sessions
March 30, 2010

SESSION 9: Florida Arc Hydro II
mp3Estimating hydroperiod on the Kissimmee River floodplain: a comparison of competing models
Lawrence Spencer (ABSTRACT)
mp3Clark County Regional Flood Control District Arc Hydro (CCRFCD Arc Hydro): Toward Ongoing Stormwater Master Planning
Stephen Bourne, Kevin Eubanks, Harshal Desai, Brian Rowley (ABSTRACT)
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Animating Near Real-Time Rainfall in Google Earth
Anand Trivedi, Kurt Saari (ABSTRACT)
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Exploration of Estuarine Salinity Patterns Using ACES - Analytical Framework for Coastal and Estuarine Study
Sandra Fox, Stephen Bourne, Clay Montague, Palmer Kinser (ABSTRACT)
SESSION 10: Basins
pptBASINS 4.0 - Overview and Recent Developments
Paul Duda, Daniel P. Ames, James N. Carleton (PAPER)
HydroForecaster: An Open Source GIS-Enabled Hydrologic Data Time Series Forecasting Framework and Artificial Neural Network Implementation
Tevaganthan Veluppillai, Daniel P. Ames, Harold Dunsford (ABSTRACT)
pptDevelopment and Demonstration of a Hybrid Modeling Capability within the Fort Benning HSPF Watershed Model: Refinement of Unpaved Road Simulation Using WEPP:Road
John Imhoff, John L. Kittle, Jr., Brandon B. Gonzales, Anthony S. Donigian, Jr., Patrick N. Deliman, William J. Elliot, Dennis C. Flanagan (PAPER)
Towards Virtual Watersheds: Integrated Data Mining, Management, Mapping, and Modeling using Standards Based Web Services and an Open Source Software Stack
Yang Cao, Daniel P. Ames, Ping Yang (PAPER)
SESSION 11: LiDAR III
pptHydrologic Terrain Processing Using Parallel Computing
David Tarboton, D.W. Watson, R. Wallace, K.A.T. Schreuders, T.K. Tesfa (ABSTRACT)
pptAssembly and Management of an Extensive LiDAR Elevation Database in a Low-Relief Coastal Area
Timothy Liebermann, Diana Umpierre (ABSTRACT)
pptThe Red River of the North LiDAR Dissemination Portal and Flood Forecast Display Tool
Brian Fischer, Charles Fritz (ABSTRACT)
pptLiDAR: A Blessing in Disguise for Watershed Modeling
Ekaterina Fitos, Al Karlin, Gordon McClung, Jamison Janke (ABSTRACT)
SESSION 12: Groundwater III
An GIS-enabled Realtime Interactive Groundwater Modeling Environment
Shu-Guang Li, Huasheng Liao (ABSTRACT)
Suitability Analysis for Groundwater Recharge for the Freeport Element of the American River Use Strategy in San Joaquin County, California
Sarah Watkins, Ron Schnabel, Mark Williamson (ABSTRACT)
pptComparison of Empirical Estimates of Mountain Front Recharge for the Southern Jornada Del Muerto Basin, New Mexico
Bvn Kambhammettu, James P. King, Praveena Allena, Bobby J. Creel (PAPER)
3-D Volumetric Analysis of Groundwater Resources in Nolan County, Texas
Beronica Lee-Brand, Michelle Sutherland, Allan Standen (ABSTRACT)
SESSION 13: Hydrologic Information Systems I
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Sharing Hydrologic Data with the CUAHSI Hydrologic Information System
David Tarboton, David R. Maidment, Ilya Zaslavsky, Jeffery S. Horsburgh, Timothy Whiteaker, Michael Piasecki, Jon Goodall, David Valentine, Thomas Whitenack (ABSTRACT)
mp3HydroDesktop: A Free and Open Source Platform for Hydrologic Data Discovery, Visualization, and Analysis
Daniel P. Ames, Jiri Kadlec, Jeff Horsburgh (ABSTRACT)
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HydroModeler: A Modeling Plug-in for the CUAHSI HIS HydroDesktop Application
Jonathan L. Goodall, Anthony M. Castronova, Daniel P. Ames (ABSTRACT)
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Texas Hydrologic Information System
Timothy Whiteaker David Maidment, Dharhas Pothina, James Seppi, Eric Hersh, Wendy Harrison (PAPER)
SESSION 14: Water Quality I
pptTritium Spill Modeling in the Savannah River using BASINS 4.0
Amber R. Ignatius, Todd C. Rasmussen (ABSTRACT)
pptCities as Forces for Good in the Environment: Scientific Visualization and Stakeholder Dialogue
Ibrahim Demir, Amanda K. Parker, M. Bruce Beck (ABSTRACT)
pptUsing Storm Event Samplers to Calibrate the Watershed Loading Model for use in the Development of the Lake Jesup TMDL
Joe Walter (ABSTRACT)
pptA Decision Support System for Forest Harvest Planning in North Carolina
David Jones, D.G. Jones, A.D. Bailey, T.B. Allen, D.K. O’Loughlin, J.L. Boggs (PAPER)
SESSION 15: Arc Hydro Groundwater
The Arc Hydro Groundwater Data Model and Tools
Norm Jones, Gil Strassberg (PAPER)
Automated Well Permitting Using Arc Hydro Groundwater
Alan Lemon, Doug Gallup, Norm Jones, Gil Strassberg (PAPER)
Application of Arc Hydro Ground Water to the Sacramento Regional Model
Michelle Smilowitz, Norm Jones, Derrick Whitehead (PAPER)
Hydrogeologic Site Characterization via Cross Section Editing
Timothy Whiteaker, Norm Jones, Douglas Gallup, Gil Strassberg (PAPER)
SESSION 16: Remote Sensing
pptUsing Hyperspectral Imagery to Detect Submerged Aquatic Imagery in the St. Johns River
Courtney Hart, Charles Jacoby (PAPER)
pptFractional Vegetation and Impervious Surface Dynamics in the Wetland-Urban-Agriculture Interface Systems of South Florida: A Remote Sensing Perspective
Assefa Melesse, F. Miralles-Wilhelm (ABSTRACT)
pptValue of NDVI as a Tool to Monitor Vegetation Recovery on Restored Wetlands
D. Samuel Rajasekhar, Melinda Donnelly (ABSTRACT)
pptSeawifs-Based Chlorophyll-A Concentration in Coastal Waters of Everglades
Assefa Melesse, F. Miralles-Wilhelm, A. Thomas (ABSTRACT)
SESSION 17: Hydrologic Information Systems II
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Hydroserver: A Platform for Publishing Space-Time Hydrologic Datasets
Jeffery Horsburgh, David G. Tarboton, Kimberly A. T. Schreuders, David R. Maidment, Ilya Zaslavsky, David Valentine (Paper)
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Near Real Time Visualization of USGS Instantaneous Data: Integration of Open Source Data Turbine in CUAHSI HIS
Thomas Whitenack, David Ryan, David Valentine, Ilya Zaslavsky (ABSTRACT)
Internationalizing the CUAHSI Hydrologic Information System: a Case Study from the Czech Republic
Jiri Kadlec, Daniel P. Ames, Jakub Langhammer (ABSTRACT)
mp3Interdisciplinary Environmental Time Series Data Management
Stefan Fuest, Stan Malinky, Michael Natschke (ABSTRACT)
SESSION 18: Water Quality II
pptOptimizing the Chlorophyll Monitoring Program in the Neuse Estuary Through the Use of a Hierarchical Spatio-Temporal Bayesian Model Ibrahim Alameddine, Song S. Qian, Eric S. Money (ABSTRACT)
pptCleaning House: Collaboration Among Federal Agencies to Restore Impaired Waters on Public Lands
Jamie Fowler, Douglas J. Norton, Seth Mann, Eric Monschein, Dwight Atkinson (ABSTRACT)
pptAssessment of Atmospheric Nitrogen Deposition on Estuarine Nutrient Enrichment Using Modeling and Monitoring
Michele Cutrofello, Keith Little, Marion Deerhake, Randy Waite, Anne Rea (ABSTRACT)
pptBayesian SPARROW for Understanding the Dynamic Changes in Nutrient Loadings
Song Qian, Jonathon Goodall (ABSTRACT)
SESSION 19: Nexrad
pptValidation Rain Gauges for Quality Assurance of NexRad Rainfall Data
Michael Daly (ABSTRACT)
pptSpatially Distributed Rainfall for the Florida Water Management Districts
Jean Vieux, Baxter E Vieux (PAPER)
Utilizing Radar-Derived Rainfall Data for Watershed Model Calibration
Mathew Mampara, Srikanth Koka, Arvind Goswami (ABSTRACT)

SESSION 20: Integrating Time Series Data
Data Interoperability Between Generic Hydrologic and Hydraulic Databases and Models
Steve Jencen, Raja Srinivasan (ABSTRACT)
pptArcGIS Tools for Importing, Storing, and Analyzing Reservoir Vertical Profile and Other Water Quality Data
James Nelson, Caleb Buahin, Rushit Hila, Tamara Rabadi, Oliver Obregon, Reed Chilton, Ashley Childers, Gustavious Williams (PAPER)
pptArcHydstra: Integrating Kisters' hydrologic Software Hydstra into ArcGIS for Mapping Reports Development
Aisa Ceric, Brian McKay, Kyle Knoche, (ABSTRACT)
pptTurning Your GIS into a Temporal Information System (TIS) - How to Plot, Visualize and Analyze Time-Series Data Within the GIS Environment
Richard Koehler, Jennifer Boehnert (ABSTRACT)
SESSION 21: Hydrologic Information Systems III
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HydroPortal and HydroViewer: Registration and Discovery of CUAHSI Web Services
Dean Djokic, Zhumei Qian, Christine Eggers, Zichuan Ye, Jignesh Divecha (ABSTRACT)
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OLAP-Based Analysis, Visualization and Animation of Large Volumes of Hydrologic Observation and Model Data
Matthew Rodriguez, Thomas Whitenack, David Valentine, Ilya Zaslavsky (PAPER)
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Hydrologic Metadata Catalog and Semantic Search Services in CUAHSI HIS
Thomas Whitenack, David Valentine, Ilya Zaslavsky, Michael Piasecki, David Tarboton, Jeffery Horsburgh, Timothy Whiteaker, Daniel Ames, David R. Maidment (ABSTRACT)
Transition to OGC Standards in CUAHSI Hydrologic Information System
David Valentine, Ilya Zaslavsky, David R. Maidment (ABSTRACT)
SESSION 22: Water Quality III
pptNutrient Reductions in the Watershed Protection Plan for the Caloosahatchee River
Timothy Liebermann (ABSTRACT)
pptLand Cover - Nutrient Export Relationships in Space and Time
James Wickham (ABSTRACT)
pptA GIS Methodology to Strategically Place Constructed Wetlands for Nitrate Removal in Tile-Drained Agricultural Watersheds
Margaret McCahon, Indrajeet Chaubey, Jane Frankenberger, Eileen Kladivko (ABSTRACT)
pptApplication of GIS in the Hydrology and Water Quality Modeling Using HSPF in an Estuary Basin In North Florida
Maria Mao (PAPER)
pptApplication of NHDplus for SPARROW Nutrient Modeling of the Northeastern and Mid-Atlantic Region of the United States
Richard Moore, Richard B. Moore, Craig M. Johnston, Richard A. Smith (ABSTRACT)
SESSION 23: Flood Inundation I
pptGIS as the Foundation for FEMA Flood Map Modernization Success
Andrea Ryon, Doug A. Bellomo (ABSTRACT)
pptFlood Map Desktop
Joshua Price (ABSTRACT)
pptRemote Sensing Approach to Flood Inundation Mapping: Case Studies for Wetlands on the Lower Darling River and in Koondrook Perricoota Forest, New South Wales, Australia
Mustak Shaikh, Narendra Tuteja (PAPER)
pptImpementation of New Tools and Data Sources to Manage Flood Risk
Jose Maria Bodoque, J.A. Ballesteros-Canovas, M. Sanchez, A. Diez-Herrero, A. Nieto, Peter Torp (PAPER)
SESSION 24: Internet-Based Data Sharing
pptHDR USACE Wetland Delineation Toolset
Michael Gilbrook (ABSTRACT)
pptH2OInfo - A Web-Based Citizen's Tool for Turning Real-Time Water Quality Monitoring Data into Information
Jeff Siegel, Christopher Magruder, Mike Benedict, Troy Deibert (ABSTRACT)
pptUSGS GIS Science Support: Development of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Tools to Support Use of National Water Information System (NWIS) Web Services in ArcMap
David McCulloch (ABSTRACT)
pptCustomized , Open Source GIS Solutions for Increasing Data Accessibility
Mathew Mampara, Milver Valenzuela, Brian Marchionni, Dan Ames (ABSTRACT)


Wednesday Oral Technical Sessions
March 31, 2010

SESSION 25: Panel - The Future of the National Hydrography Dataset

Moderator - Jeff Simley
U.S. Geological Survey, Denver

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Panelists

Jeff Simley, U.S. Geological Survey, Denver, CO, Program Lead for NHDppt

Tommy Dewald, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington D.C., Program Lead for NHDppt

Brian Sanborn, U.S. Forest Service, Corvallis, OR, Agency Lead for NHDppt

Dan Wickwire, Bureau of Land Management, Portland, OR, Agency Lead for NHDppt

Mark Olsen, Minesota Pollution Control Agency, St. Paul, MN, State NHD Leadppt

Ricardo Lopez-Torrijos, New York Department of Environmental Conservation, Albany, NY, StateNHD Leadppt

The National Hydrography Dataset is now over eight years old. Throughout this time there has been great growth with completion of 1:24,000-scale coverage, the NHDPlus, the establishment of a working data stewardship program, and hundreds of applications that have applied the NHD to hydrology, resource management, pollution control, and fisheries biology. Six perspectives are presented on the current state of the NHD in terms of successes and challenges, the short-term objectives to make the dataset fully functional for current technology, and the long-term strategy that will evolve the data to meet the needs of GIS for many years to come. Each panelist has been highly involved in the NHD program for many years and brings a wealth of first-hand knowledge to the discussion.

SESSION 26: Decision Support Systems
North Slope Decision Support System: Water Resources Management in Support of Oil and Gas Exploration in Alaska
Kelly Brumbelow, Amy C. Tidwell, Stephen F. Bourne, William F. Schnabel, James Haleblian (PAPER)
pptDesigning Decision Support Systems for Water Resources: Making the Tool Fit the Needs
Daniel Sheer (ABSTRACT)
SESSION 27: Flood Inundation II
Understanding and Predicting Floods in Arid Environments
Tatiana H. Papakos, Kristi Root (PAPER)
pptDistributed Flood Prediction for a High Hazard Urban Basin
Jean Vieux, Baxter E Vieux (PAPER)
Quantifying Uncertainty in Flood Inundation Mapping
Younghun Jung, Venkatesh Merwade (ABSTRACT)
Dam Breach Analysis and Inundation Mapping in Low Slope Coastal Plains
Ross Gordon, Jacob M. Torres, Tyler Ray, Anthony Holder, Lonnie Anderson, Jason Afinowicz (ABSTRACT)
SESSION 28: Hydrologic and Hydraulic Modeling I
pptDevelopment of Parameter Maps of the Modified Bartlett-Lewis Rectangular Pulse Stochastic Rainfall Generator
Francisco Olivera, Dongkyun Kim (ABSTRACT)
Building a Better Hydraulic Model from the Ground Up
Ajay Prasad, James Carolan, Constantin Banciulescu (PAPER)
Channel Geometry Characterization for Modeling with HEC-RAS
Steve Jencen, Raja Srinivasan (ABSTRACT)
Projecting Future Precipitation Pattern for Ohio
Shuang-Ye Wu (PAPER)
SESSION 29: National Hydrography Dataset II
mp3NHD Tool Development for Local-State Stewardship
Steve McKinney, Phillip Henderson (ABSTRACT)
mp3Introduction to the Hydrography Event Management (HEM) Tools
Ariel Bates (ABSTRACT)
mp3What's Happening with the National Hydrography Dataset Plus (NHDPlus)?
Tommy Dewald (ABSTRACT)
SESSION 30: Flood Inundation III
pptGunbarrel Fire Burned Area Emergency Response Assessment and Associated Flood Risk Reduction Project
Gregory S. Bevenger (ABSTRACT)
The National Flood Hazard Layer (NFHL): Continually Updated Flood Hazard Data at Your Fingertips
Jeff Tornatore, Mike Domaratz (ABSTRACT)
ppt3D Water Surface Elevation Generation Leveraging ESRI's Terrain Data Type
Stuart Geiger, Benjamin Pratt, Mat Mampara (ABSTRACT)
SESSION 31: Forecasting Water Use
pptARC Population and Employment Allocation Disaggregator -- A Simple GIS-Based Tool for Parcel-Scale Population Projection
Stephen Bourne, Mike Alexander, Wei Wang (ABSTRACT)
pptUsing Econometrics to Forecast Temporal Sensitivity of Critical Nutrient Loading Thresholds
Valerie Seidel, Paul Yacobellis, Chris de Bodisco (PAPER)
Irrigated Agricultural Acreage Inventory Model (Irigain)
Mehrshad Nourani (PAPER)
pptModeling the Impacts of Land Use on Water Purification and Nutrient Retention Using Invest Tool
Driss Ennaanay, Marc Conte, Stacie Wolny, Manu Sharma (Abstract)
SESSION 32: Hydrologic and Hydraulic Modeling II
pptA GIS-Based Approach to Natural Stream Channel Design Construction
Karen Warner, Aziza Baan, John Kiefer, Kristen Blanton (PAPER)
pptBasemap and DFIRM Database Development using SWMM Model Output
Krystal Forgenie, Erin Hardin (ABSTRACT)
pptModeling Upland Erosion Potential in the Le Sueur River Watershed, Minnesota: A GIS Mediated Application of the WEPP Model
Fukhrudin Maalim, A. Melesse, P. Belmont (ABSTRACT)
pptCombining Spatial Analysis and Multivariate Statistical Methods to Characterize Watershed Water Quality Conditions
Andrew Gamble, Meghna Babbar-Sebens (PAPER)
SESSION 33: National Hydrography Dataset III
mp3Fundementals of Stewardship for the National Hydrography Dataset (NHD)
Elizabeth McCartney, David Arnold (ABSTRACT)
mp3Florida's National Hydrographic Dataset (NHD)
Joseph North (ABSTRACT)
mp3NHDPlus Version 2.0
Cindy McKay, Tommy Dewald (ABSTRACT)
Hydrography Conflation: Challenges in Updating Hydrography Data
Bernard Catalinotto (ABSTRACT)
SESSION 34: User Interface
pptThe User Experience in Water Resources GIS Software
Stephen Bourne (ABSTRACT)
pptA Pen-Based Approach for Water Resources Model User Interfacing
Joshua Peschel, Tracy Hammond (ABSTRACT)
pptUse of the National Hydrography Dataset in the USGS StreamStats Web Application
Alan Rea (ABSTRACT)
pptEMAPS: Environmental Monitoring and Planning System
Kurt Saari, Rick Householder (ABSTRACT)
SESSION 35: Hydrologic and Hydraulic Modeling III
pptUsing Ecological Sites to Parameterize a Hydrologic Simulation Model in a Geospatial Rangeland Watershed Assessment Tool
Anthony Perlinski, Ginger B. Paige, Jeff J. Stone, Scott N. Miller, Jagath Vithanage (ABSTRACT)
ppt'WHAT' (GIS) Tool Explores the Future Environments of the Lake Okeechobee Watershed Project
Barry Wharton, Anwar Khan, Stephanie Morse (PAPER)
pptGeo-RAS for Unsteady Models: Friend or Foe?
Marlene Tomaszkiewicz (ABSTRACT)
Customized GIS Tools to Aid in Hydrologic Modeling
Mark Schwartz, Jie Gao (ABSTRACT)
SESSION 36: Land Use I
pptThe Leaf-Out Analysis as a GIS Tool in Urban Watershed Forestry
Lisa Fraley-McNeal, Karen Cappiella and Hyunjin Kim (PAPER)
Estimating Tree Root Encroachment on Levees Using GIS
Tomomi Ito, John Stormont, Julie Coonrod, James Cleverly (ABSTRACT)
pptPredicting Hydrologic/Hydraulic Condition of Streams for Stream Visual Assessment Protocol (SVAP) and Process for Assessing Proper Functioning Condition: Riparian Area Management using Aerial Imagery/GIS/IFSAR and HRO Auto-correlated DEMs
Nathaniel Todea, Shane Green (PAPER)
Land Use Dynamics Assessment and Its Impact on the Hydrology of Beles Basin, ETHIOPIA
Anwar Surur, Shimelis Setegn (ABSTRACT)
SESSION 37: NHD and NHD/WBD Integration
mp3Harmonization of the National Hydrography Dataset (NHD) and the Watershed Boundary Dataset (WBD) with Sister Datasets in Canada
Pete Steeves, Karen M. Hanson (ABSTRACT)
mp3Harmonization of the National Hydrography Dataset (NHD) and the Watershed Boundary Dataset (WBD) with Sister Datasets in Mexico
Karen M. Hanson. Paul J. Kimsey (ABSTRACT)
mp3Progress Report on the Stewardship of the National Hydrography Dataset
Jeff Simley (ABSTRACT)
mp3WBD/NHD Integration
Stephen Daw, Karen Hanson (ABSTRACT)
SESSION 38: Environmental Issues
Influence of Riparian Spatial Structure on Aquatic Environment Conservation in Small Streams of Southeast Brazil
Silvio Frosini de Barros Ferraz, Felipe Rossetti de Paula; Gisele Biem Mori; Giovana Athayde; Pedro Gerhard; Antonio Fernando Monteiro Camargo (ABSTRACT)
pptEcological Sites of the Walnut Gulch Experimental Watershed
Philip Heilman, J.J. Stone, D. Robinett (PAPER)
GIS Analysis of the Hydrogeomorphic Attributes of the Niobrara River
Nathaniel Schaepe, Jason S. Alexander (ABSTRACT)
SESSION 39: Drinking Water Supply
pptSource Water Protection Analysis Based on the DWMA
William Cooter, A. Roger Anzzolin, James I. Rineer, Brandon Bergenroth, David Chrest (PAPER)
pptMitigation of Uncertainty in Spatial Analyses: A Case Study of Siting a Water Supply Wellfield in an Urban Environment
Francis Henderson (ABSTRACT)
pptIntegrating GIS and Failure Forecasting to Identify “At Risk” Assets
Seth Garrison, James Carolan (PAPER)
Leveraging GIS and Database Technologies for Facilities Siting Analysis - The St. John's River/Taylor Creek Reservoir Alternative Water Supply Project Case Study
Prasad Chittaluru, John Watson, Lynn Wile, George Schlutermann, Katherine Paisley (PAPER)
SESSION 40: Land Use II
pptDeveloping a GIS and Database Analysis Framework for Estimating Current and Future Water Use in a Stream Impairment and Buildout Water Demand Analysis
Parker Wittman (ABSTRACT)
pptLiDAR Mapping of Wetlands Areas
Ross Gordon, Kelly Krenz Doe (ABSTRACT)
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