2016 AWRA Summer Specialty Conference: GIS and Water Resources IX
Poster Session


Posters will be on display Monday, from 8:30 AM - 6:30 PM and Tuesday from 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM

(Poster Presenters will be at their posters from 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM during the Opening Networking Reception)

Note: The Presenter of each poster is in BOLD type immediately following the poster title.
Co-authors are then listed in parentheses.

Poster Abstracts

Historical, Empirical Analysis of the Relationship Between Urbanization and Baseflow in Connecticut, USA - Kirk Barrett, Manhattan College, South Orange, NY (co-authors: S. Corrado)

Quantifying Variation in the Regional Agricultural Water Use in California with Water Footprints - Lorenzo Booth, School of Engineering, University of California, Merced, CA, (co-author: J. H. Viers)

Relating Watershed Characteristics to Elevated Stream E. coli Levels in Agriculturally Dominated Areas - Conrad Brendel, Iowa State University, Ames, IA (co-author: M. L. Soupir)

National Watershed Boundary Dataset Data Structure and Improvements - Susan Buto, U.S. Geological Survey, Carson City, NV (co-authors: K. Jones, E. Stevens-Klein)

Linking Microscale to Watershed Scale via Altered Waterways - Katherine Clancy, University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point, Stevens Point, WI (co-authors: B. Lee, J. Mason)

Georeferencing Water Quality Assessments to NHDPlus Catchments - A New Approach to Evaluating and Measuring Progress in Surface Water Quality - Tommy Dewald, EPA Office of Water, Arlington, VA (co-author: L. Shumway)

Open Source Tools for Continuous Water Quality Data Management - Alex DeWire, Tetra Tech, Inc., Fairfax, VA (co-authors: J. Harcum, K. Kelly, J. Bisese, J. White)

Evaluating the Effectiveness of Best Management Practices and Green Infrastructure in the State of California - Stephanie Figary, EPA, Narragansett, RI (co-author: N. Detenbeck)

Creation of a Data Warehouse to Support the New York City Reservoir Water Quality Modeling Program - Jordan Gass, NYC Department of Environmental Protection, Kingston, NY (co-author: E. Owens)

Automated Geospatial Watershed Assessment Tool (AGWA) - D. Phillip Guertin, School of Natural Resources and the Environment , Tucson, AZ (co-authors: D. C. Goodrich, S. Burns, Y. Korgaonkar, J. Barlow, B. S. Sheppard, C. Unkrich, W. Kepner)

The NorWeST Project: Crowd-sourcing a Big Data Stream Temperature Database and High-resolution Climate Scenarios for the American West - Dan Isaak, U.S. Forest Service, Boise, ID

A Thermal Map for all California Rivers and Streams - Dan Isaak, U.S. Forest Service, Boise, ID

US/Canada Harmonization of National Hydrography and Watershed Boundaries Along the International Border - Kimberly Jones, U.S. Geological Survey, West Valley, UT (co-authors: J. Kwan, M. Laitta, P. Steeves, T. Diep)

GIS Approaches for Validating State-level Water-use Data in Kansas - Jennifer Lanning-Rush, U.S. Geological Survey, Lawrence, KS

GIS Support for HEC-HMS and MIKE FLOOD Modeling - Dawn Lasprugato, Northwest Hydraulic Consultants, Sacramento, CA

Hydrological Drought Forecasts in Korea - Jae-Kyoung Lee, Daejin University, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea (co-author: S. Hwan Jang)

A Dynamic Nitrogen Budget Model of a Pacific Northwest Salt Marsh - Darryl Marois, US Environmental Protection Agency, Newport, OR (co-authors: T. H. DeWitt, H. A. Stecher)

Comparison of Three Watershed Delineation Method's Ability to Account for Internal Drainage - Katherine Miller, University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point, Stevens Point, WI (co-authors: K.Clancy, B. Lee, J. Burdick)

NHDPlus a Framework for Stream-Water-Quality Modeling - Richard Moore, U.S. Geological Survey, Pembroke, NH (co-author: C. Johnston)

Semi-automated Alluvial Fan Mapping and Geomorphic Process Discrimination Utilizing High-resolution Topography Data - Andrew Nelson, Northwest Hydraulic Consultants, Tukwila, WA

Using FEQ Modeling Output in Combination with GIS to Perform Floodplain Inundation Analysis - Madalyn Ohrt, Northwest Hydraulic Consultants, Tukwila, WA (co-author: M. Stevenson )

USGS National Geospatial Program: Handling Provisional Geographic Names in the National Hydrography Dataset - Carol Ostergren, U.S. Geological Survey, Sacramento, CA (co-authors: D. Decker, H. Nelson, J.Osuna)

Impacts of Climate Change and Urban Growth on Streamflow and Sediment Export: Milwaukee River Basin, Wisconsin - Feng Pan, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI (co-authors: W. Choi, C. Wu)

The Power of the Flow Network - Cynthia Ritmiller, U.S. Geological Survey, NHD, Denver, CO (co-author: T. Buxton-Torres)

A New Model for Vertical Seepage in Karst Lake Environments - Chris Slater, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL (co-author: M. A. Ross)

National Hydrography Dataset Plus High Resolution (NHDPlusHR) and Improvements to the Watershed Boundary Dataset (WBD) - Elizabeth Stevens-Klein, U.S. Geological Survey, Denver, CO (co-author: K. Jones)

Probabilistic Seasonal Ensemble Forecasts of Meteorological Drought Using Nonhomogeneous Hidden Markov Chain Model: Application to Korean Watershed - Kim Tae-Jeong, Chonbuk National University, Jeonju, JB, South Korea (co-authors: H. H. Kwon, S. H. Jang)

A Step Toward a New Paradigm for Watershed Calibration - Kenneth Tobin, Texas A&M International University, Laredo, TX (co-author: M. E. Bennett)

Modeling Military Training Impacts on Runoff and Sediment - Haiyan Wei, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ (co-authors: L. Levick, G. Ponce, D. C. Goodrich, I. S. Burns, D. P. Guertin, P. Heilman)