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Model development for a highly sloped, limestone watershed to be used in a radar-based flood alert system
Flood Warning Systems are not a new commodity to the hydrologic world, however, the advancements in GIS data, hydrologic modeling tools, NEXRAD, and internet capabilities have allowed for improvements in flood prediction. ...
Information technologies in water resources: Modeling flood control alternatives for the Clear Creek watershed within a GIS framework
Recent technological advancements in hydrologic science and geographic information systems (GIS) have permitted the rapid and accurate analysis of flood control options in the Clear Creek watershed. Models were developed ...
Evaluating the effects of electron donor delivery for the treatment of a chlorinated DNAPL source zone
A controlled pilot scale aquifer system known as the Experimental Controlled Release System (ECRS) was used to evaluate the bioremediation of PCE DNAPL source zones. The addition of DNAPL in the ECRS made a thorough ...
Next generation hydraulic modeling for inundation mapping and flood warning in complex urban systems
This thesis presents a novel methodology for predicting flooding in complex urban environments. MIKE-FLOOD was used to dynamically model the interactions between overland flow, storm sewer drainage, and tail water by linking ...
Determination of streamflow characteristics for ungaged Texas streams using regression analysis
The harmonic mean, 7Q2 (7-day, 2-year low-flow), and 7Q10 are streamflow characteristics used to determine stream waste load allocations. Predictive equations for these characteristics of ungaged Texas streams are developed ...