The Resource Water resources 2000 : building partnerships, Rollin H. Hotchkiss, Michael Glade, editors

Water resources 2000 : building partnerships, Rollin H. Hotchkiss, Michael Glade, editors

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Water resources 2000
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Rollin H. Hotchkiss, Michael Glade, editors
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  • Proceedings of Joint Conference on Water Resource Engineering and Water Resources Planning and Management 2000
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  • "Joint Conference on Water Resource Engineering and Water Resources Planning and Management 2000, July 30 - August 2, 2000, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA."
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  • ABET Preparations Experiences Related to Water Resources -- A Comprehensive Plan for Undergraduate Civil Engineering Program Assessment -- American Water Institutions, Accomplishments and Obsolescence: Are we Ready for the New Millennium? -- Online Problem Solving (with C++) Course for Engineering Students: Successes and Failures -- Vinod Lohani, Jan Helge Bohn, Tom Walker, and Pat Devens -- Multiobjective Optimization of the Colorado River -- Emerging Technologies for Developing Distributed Database Systems -- Designing a Web-Based Environmental Database to Manage and Monitor Environmental Programs -- On Tap: An Interactive Web Site to Facilitate Water Transfer Applications, Approvals, and Education -- Regionalization of Droughts -- Maximizing Reservoir Yields for a Dual Supply Utility -- Urban Drought Planning vs. the Real Thing -- An Estimation Method of Monthly Lower Limit Water Level for Firm Supply Discharge in Multi-Purpose Reservoirs -- Butte City Bridge Erosion Control Project -- Hydraulic Design Recommendations for the Railroad Bridges Across the Wisconsin River at Sauk City, Wisconsin -- Bridge Scour Countermeasures for the Phoenix Rio Salado Environmental Restoration Project -- Hydraulic Modeling and Scour Analysis for the San Francisco -- Oakland Bay Bridge -- A Generalized Inverse Procedure for Model Structure Identification -- Methods and Guidelines for Effective Model Calibration -- Modeling the Death Valley Regional Ground-Water Flow System -- Improving Wetland Simulations by Including Heat Transport in Groundwater Flow Modeling -- Annual Hydroclimatology of the United States -- Assessment of Climatically Induced Hydrological Changes in Greece -- The Wet Decades of the 80s and 90s in the Great Plains: How Wet? -- Trend Analysis by Using Wavelets -- Mathematical Modeling of Suspended Sediment Transport in Open Channel Flows Using Hybrid Finite-Analytic Method -- New Capabilities of the CCHE1D Channel Network Model -- Modeling Floodplain Changes below Seven Oaks Dam -- Storm Surge Scour at Coastal Bridges: Documenting the Effects of Hurricanes Bonnie and Floyd in North Carolina -- Decision Support System for Optimal River Basin Management -- An Overview of HANDSS: Hula Aggregated Numerical Decision Support System -- Decision Support System (KD-DSS) for Operation of Karoon and Dez Reservoirs in Iran -- Computer Assisted Decision Support System for High Level Infrastructure Master Planning: Case of the City of Portland Supply and Transmission Model (STM) -- Surface Process and Topographic Effect on the Weather Development in Kanto Region -- Use of Design Storm Criteria in Florida -- Modeling the Time Distributions of Heavy Storms : Design Hyetographs -- Regionalization of a Model for Design Storms -- Industrial Use of Stormwater: A Hypothetical Case Study -- Costs of Urban Stormwater Control -- Collection System Modeling for Planning/Design of Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) Control -- Retrofitting Control Facilities for Wet-Weather Flow Control -- Optimized Real-Time Control of Combined Sewerage Systems: Two Case Studies -- SWMM Modeling in the New Century -- Particle Association Effects on Microbial Indicator Concentrations for CSO Disinfection -- Sewer Pipeline Performance Indicators: Learning from the European Experience -- Some Hydraulic Design Aspects of Nature-Like Fishways -- Optimizing a Natural Shaped Fishway : Comparisons Between Physical and 3D-Numerical Modeling -- California (CALFED) Daily Environmental Water Management Modeling for Fish Protection and Water Supply Evaluation -- Floodplain Restoration for Fish and Wildlife Habitat on the Upper Mississippi River -- Challenges in Implementing a Multi-Objective Water Resources Project: Pogues Run Flood Control/CSO Reduction Project -- Flood Study of the Columbia River Basin -- Vermillion River Watershed Hydrologic Study -- Flood Hydrology for Dry Creek, Lake County, Northwestern Montana -- A Nowcast/Forecast System for Galveston Bay -- NWS FLDWAV Model Application to the River Forecasting of the Red River of the North -- Selection of Best Channel Design Alternative for Watercourse Master Plan -- Dam Breaching Model -- Evaluating Flood Control Options: Downstream versus Upstream Needs -- Use of LIDAR Mapping for Floodplain Studies -- Impacts of Urban Development on Reservoir Stage Frequency Relationships
  • 100-Year Return Period: Of What? -- A Shared Environmental Geographic Information System to Build an Inter-Agency Relationship -- Hydraulic and Environmental Impacts as well as Operational Benefits of High Speed Inland Ships for Cargo Transport -- Effects of Cross Currents Induced by Lateral Water Introductions on Ship Operation on Inland Waterways -- GIS Application to Stream Navigability -- Watershed Nonpoint Source Pollution Assessment Using AGNPS/ArcView Integrated System -- Pesticide Leaching Analytical Model and GIS-Based Application in Agricultural Watersheds -- The Use of GIS in the Development of Water Quality Models -- Water Quality Modeling and Risk Analysis of the Chi-Shui River -- Lateral and Vertical Total Dissolved Gas Concentrations in the Columbia River -- Potential Benefits of Water Supply Regionalization: A Case Study the Seattle and Everett Water Systems -- Gas Transfer at Hydraulic Structures in the Ohio River Valley -- Laboratory Testing and Numerical Modeling of Coanda-Effect Screens -- Stream Morphological Response to Climate and Land-Use in the Minnesota River Basin -- Changes in the Substrate of Rivers in Historic Mining Districts -- Integrated Approach for Environmental Flood Protection for Northern Suburbs of Athens, Greece -- Fractal Measures of Dense Stream Networks -- Caltrans Storm Water Management Program: Overview of New Requirements Driving the Implementation of Structural BMPs -- Water Quality Assessment for the California Department of Transportation San Diego Region -- California Department of Transportation BMP Retrofit Pilot Program -- A Method for Monitoring and Analyzing Litter in Freeway Runoff as Part of the Caltrans Litter Management Pilot Study -- Hydraulic Structures : Designing with RCC and Soil-Cement -- Sediment Erosion Control and Restoration Measures for the Spokane River, Washington -- The Operation of a Morning-Glory Type Spillway, as Related to the Embankment Stability of an Earthfill Dam : A Case Study -- Submergence Effects on Discharge Coefficients for Rectangular Orifices -- Dendritic One-Dimensional Unsteady Flow (FLDWAV / DAMBRK) Model of the Sevier River, Utah -- Channel Routing in River Networks Using NWS FLDWAV Model -- Visualization of Large Flow Structures at the Free-Surface of an Open Channel Flow -- Dam Failure Routings Using UNET and HEC-1 -- Prediction of the Behavior of Hydraulic Jumps in Canoe Chutes -- Non-Dimensional Peak Breach Outflow Analysis with Dam Breach Parameters -- Three-Dimensional Numerical Model Study of Flood Channel Realignment -- Vincent Neary and Ehab Meselhe -- Hydraulic Characteristics of a Doubly Meandering Compound Channel -- Development of a 2D Hydrodynamic and Salinity Model of Florida Bay -- MODNET: An Integrated Groundwater/Open-Channel Flow Model -- Flow Through Rigid Streambank Vegetation -- Assessing the Performance of a Routing Procedure Based on the Genetic Algorithm -- HEC Software : Present Status and Activities, Future Prospects -- Unsteady Flow Routing with the Hydrologic Engineering Center River Analysis System (HEC-RAS) -- HEC's Flood Damage Analysis (HEC-FDA) Program -- The Hydrologic Modeling System: New Capabilities -- Hydrology and Hydraulics of the Illinois River -- Hydrodynamic Modeling of the Peoria Lake: Largest Bottomland Lake on the Illinois River -- Watershed Management: Illinois River Ecosystem Restoration Studies -- Evaluation of Potential Removal and Beneficial Use of Illinois River Sediment -- Micro-scale Modeling of Low Impact Development -- Conceptual Ecological and Physical Framework for Evaluating Receiving Water Impacts -- Infiltration Through Disturbed Urban Soils -- Low Impact Development Management Strategies for Wet Weather Flow (WWF) Control -- Discovering Hydrology: Developing Interdisciplinary Labs at All Levels -- The Use of Mediation to Combine Natural Resource and Flood Control Goals in the Red River of the North Watershed Basin -- Cost-Effective Sampling of Groundwater Monitoring Wells: A Data Review and Well Frequency Evaluation -- An Adaptive Long-Term Monitoring and Operations System (aLTMOs) for Optimization in Environmental Management -- New Direction in US EPA Superfund What Happens After the Cleanup -- Red River Basin Canadian Flood Management Virtual Database -- Information/Data Needs for Floodplain Management -- The Red River Basin Disaster Information Network -- Red River Basin Stage-Damage Curves Update and Preparation of Flood Damage Maps
  • A Simple Moments-Based Estimator that Utilizes Historical and Paleohydrologic Information -- Mesa Verde: Paleohydrology of Morefield Reservoir -- Value of Historical Flood Information in Partial Duration Series and Annual Maximum Series Frameworks -- Paleoflood Investigations for Cherry Creek basin, Eastern Colorado -- Monograph for Using Paleoflood Data in Water Resources Applications -- Port Chicago Pipeline Project : A Partnering Success Story -- Automated Discharge and Water Quality Measurements on a Developing Suburban Watershed: A Cooperative Effort among Education, Government, and Environmental Advocacy -- Coupled Ecological Modeling for Improved Water Resources and Ecosystem Management -- Small Scale Water Resources Development Project in Rural Bangladesh: People's Participation in Subproject Development -- The Importance of a Long Range Vision of the Los Angeles and San Gabriel Rivers Watershed Council -- Influence of Propeller and Ship's Rudder on Scouring Action and Erosion on Inland Waterways : Physical Model Tests Determining Propeller-Induced Flow Velocities Using ADV -- Clearwater Local Scour Experiments in a Large Flume -- Method for Obtaining Prototype Local Scour Depths from Physical Model Tests -- Local Sediment Scour Model Tests for the Woodrow Wilson Bridge Piers -- Screwed-up Riprap: Sizing Rock Linings to Resist Ship Propeller-jets -- A "Realistic" Design of Flash-Flood Control Works with the Aid of Radar Information -- Coupling HEC-HMS with Atmospheric Models for the Prediction of Watershed Runoff -- Radar-Rainfall Estimates in Florida During the 1999 Hurricane Season -- Urban Hydrologic Forecasting Application Issues Using the WSR-88D Radar -- Regional Analysis of Intensity-Duration-Frequency of Heavy Storms over the Brazilian State of Rio de Janeiro -- A Study of the Properties of Scale Invariance as Applied to Intensity-Duration-Frequency Relationships of Heavy Storms -- Development of Regional Rainfall Intensity-Duration-Frequency Estimates for the State of Michigan -- Mapping Spatial Variation in Rainfall Intensity-Duration-Frequency Estimates Using a Geographical Information System -- Distribution of Temperature and Precipitation in the Snowmelt Runoff Analysis -- Remotely Sensed Soil Moisture Fields Applied to Curve Number Runoff Estimates -- Unit Hydrograph Theory: A 60-Year Unfulfilled Promise -- Estero-Imperial-Cocohatchee Integrated Flood Management Model -- Use of HSPF Model in Land Use Management in Urbanizing Watersheds -- Vinod K. Lohani, Jeff Chanat, and David Kibler -- Automatic Calibration and Uncertainty Assessment in Rainfall-Runoff Modelling -- Simulation of the Real-time Multiple Reservoir Operating Environment with a Multiple Reservoir Operation Optimization Model -- Continuous Soil Moisture Accounting in the Hydrologic Engineering Center Hydrologic Modeling System (HEC-HMS) -- Minimum Self-Cleansing Velocities for Inverted Sewer Siphons -- Inlet and Sewer Traps for Sediment Control in Stormwater Drainage -- A Malaysian Case Study -- Implementation of Automated Sewer and Drainage Flushing Systems in Cambridge, Mass. -- Flocculation and Transport of Cohesive Sediments Collected from a Stormwater Detention Pond -- Experimental Application of Morphological Process with High -- Performance Computers (IT PUX -- NT Platform) at Alluvial Flumes -- Bed Material Transport Equation for High Suspended Sediment Concentrations -- Transport of Dissolved Contaminants Within a Stream Bed with Bedforms -- Afflux Due to Rectangular Bridge Pier -- A Bridge to Prosperity: Hydraulic and Scour Analyses of the Ganges River Crossing at Paksey, Bangladesh -- Dominant Discharge Analysis and Calculations for Napa Creek -- On the Distribution of Sediments at Channel Bifurcation -- Transport of Gravels with Different Ranges of Grain Sizes in a Steep Channel -- Lake Restoration -- Achieving a Consensus in the Restoration of the Everglades: A Challenge for Shared Vision Modelers -- Task Committee Report on Shared Vision Modeling in Water Resources Planning -- Constructing a Pipeline to Partnership -- The Future of Shared Vision Planning -- Planting Strategies for Constructed Wetlands for Stormwater Treatment -- Grass and Leaf Decomposition and Nutrient Release Study under Wet Conditions -- Using a CDS Unit for Sediment Control in Brevard County, Florida -- Management of Runoff from Surface Transportation Facilities -- Lag Times for Urban and Developing Watersheds in Kansas
  • Defining Phase II Storm Water Regulation's "Maximum Extent Practicable" in Portage, Michigan -- Virginia K.S. Breidenbach, Mark S. Kieser, and John A. Jacobson -- Combining Storm Water Quality with Quality of Life in Portage, Michigan -- Hydraulic and Water Quality Performance of Urban Storm Water Detention Basin before and after Outlet Modification -- Optimizing Hydraulic Design of Highway Drainage Systems -- Riprap Protection of Bridge Abutments under Clear Water Conditions -- Design of Streambank Stabilization with Geogrid Reinforced Earth Systems -- Stability of Rounded Riprap in Overtopping Flow -- Between a Rock and a Soft Place: Which Riprap Method Should I Use for My Project? -- Flood Damage and Damage Reduction Calculations Using HEC's Flood Impact Analysis Model (HEC-FIA) -- Application of HEC-GeoRAS to the Tres Rios, Arizona Feasibility Study -- Prediction of Downstream Water Quality Impacts of Devils Lake Pumped Outflows Using HEC-5Q -- Lateral Weir and Split Flow Optimization with the Hydrologic Engineering Center's River Analysis System (HEC-RAS) -- Estimating Pollutant Loading from Industrial Activities in an Urban Watershed -- Creating a Wetland Stormwater Best Management Practice : A Retrofit -- Industrial Storm Water Discharges: Characterizing Los Angeles Facilities to Improve Compliance and Estimates of Pollutant Loads -- Evaluation of Non-Point Source Runoff on Suspended Solids that Enter Santa Monica Bay -- Using Hydraulic Modeling to Improve System Operation -- Use of Modeling in Decision Making for Water Distribution Master Planning -- General Purpose Demand Allocator (DALLOC) -- Identifying Emergency Reaction Time with Hydraulic Models -- Adaptive Control Formulation for Chlorine Residual Maintenance in Water Distribution Systems -- Hierarchical Control of Integrated Quality and Quantity in Water Distribution Systems -- Reliability Analysis of Regional Water Distribution Systems : A Case Study -- How Reliable Are Water Distribution Networks? -- Assessment of Skeletonization in Network Models -- Water Network Model Calibration Based on Grouping Pipes with Similar Leakage and Roughness Estimates -- Pitfalls in Calibrating an EPS Model -- Water Distributions Systems Analysis: Analysis of Domestic Demand Patterns -- Cost Savings on Large Water Distribution Systems: Design through Genetic Algorithm Optimization -- Method for Least Cost Design of Looped Pipe Networks for Different Levels of Redundancy Using Genetic Algorithms -- Optimal Design and Rehabilitation of Water Distribution Systems -- Application of Genetic Optimization in Maximizing Hydraulic Network Redundancy -- Using Genetic Algorithms in the UK Water Industry -- Genetic Algorithms in Optimizing Transient Suppression Devices -- Determining Pump Operations Using Particle Swarm Optimization -- Optimization of Drinking Water Network: Incorporating Continuity Constraints -- Using Linear Programs to Optimize the Chlorine Concentrations in Water Distribution Networks -- An Algorithm to Optimize Booster Chlorination in Water Distribution Network -- Set Covering Models for Locating Booster Chlorination Stations in Water Distribution Systems -- Optimizing Hydraulics and Water Quality in Water Distribution Networks Using Genetic Algorithms -- A Review of Techniques of State-Estimation for On-Line Monitoring of Water Distribution Systems -- Observability Analysis of Water Distribution Systems under Parametric and Measurement Uncertainty -- DMA Structured State-Estimation for Demand Monitoring -- Input-Output Model of Water Quality in Water Distribution Systems -- Role and Characterization of Leaks under Transient Conditions -- A Dynamic-Stochastic Simulation Model of a Municipal Water System -- Water Distributions Systems Analysis: Patterns in Supply-Pipe Leakage -- Application of Artificial Neural Networks to the Estimation of Water Quality Parameters of River Gediz -- Oktay Demirdag, Mehmet A. Yurdusev, and Bekir Solmaz -- Salinity Control in Open-Channels -- Planning Water Quality Operations for San Diego County Water Authority Emergency Storage Project Reservoirs -- A Framework for Assessing Cost Effectiveness of Wastewater Treatment for Nile Water Pollution Control -- Evaluation of the Pesticide Runoff Component of AGNPS -- TMDL: Development of an Optimized WLA Strategy -- Watershed Protection Technology Selection and Permitting Simplified by the EPA/NSF Environmental Technology Verification Pilots -- Stormwater Management Pilot Projects to Reduce Stormwater Runoff and Stormwater Pollutants
  • Management of Wastewater Disposal and Reuse in Coastal Areas -- Segmentation on Temperature Gradient Microstructure Data -- Dissolved Oxygen Measurements for Water Quality in a Harbour Area Near Athens, Greece -- Watershed Management Research in India -- Water Resources Management in Bangladesh -- Water Resources Development from a Congressional Viewpoint -- Use of Long-Range Exceedance Probability Forecasts in Management of Water Resource Systems -- Spatiotemporal Water Quality Modeling of Pipeline Water Intake Lake Gaston, Virginia -- Occoquan Water Supply Protection Tool -- Rationalization of Water by Considering the Phenomenon of Diffusion -- Structure and Cost of the Water Supply Market in Sana'a City, Yemen -- Charging for Water Use : A Brazilian Case Study -- Water Availability Modeling in Texas -- Incorporating Long-Term Streamflow Forecasting into the Cascade Regional Yield Simulation Model -- South Korea's Water Resources Policy toward the 21st Century: Conflicting Views -- Cost-Benefit Analysis of Water Demand Management Measures: A Multi-Sector Approach -- Improving Water Markets in California: Implementing the CALFED Recommendations -- Southern California Water Markets: Potential and Limitations -- Fresh Water in Asian Countries -- Using a GIS-Based Solution for Watershed Analysis and Automation: A Case Study -- An Investigation of the Hydrological Inputs of a Sensitive Wetland Habitat -- Hydraulic Analyses of Stormwater Treatment Areas in South Florida -- Sedimentation Engineering and Storm Water / Watershed Management -- Salmonid Assessment and Restoration Planning in the Clearwater River Sub-Basin in Idaho -- The CRCC Native American Natural Resource Management Initiative -- Lower Rapid Creek Watershed Assessment and TMDL Development -- Oglala Sioux Tribe Cheyenne River Watershed Assessment and TMDL Development -- Experimental Study on Bed Load Control in Torrents by Open Slit Dams -- Numerical Modeling of Sediment Migration during Dam Removal -- Dam Removal Sedimentation Evaluation -- Sediment Movement from the Removal of Dams on Battle Creek -- Variations in Organic Particle Deposition Rate and Stream-Subsurface Exchange due to Silt Accumulation in a Gravel Bed -- Formation and Maintenance of San Bernardino Kangaroo Rat Habitat, Santa Ana River Alluvial Fan, California -- Stable Knickpoints Formed in Cohesive Sediment -- Recent European Research into the Behavior of Sewer Sediments and Associated Pollutants and Processes -- Measuring the Erodibility of Cohesive Soils -- Investigating Erosion of Cohesive Riverbeds Using Coupled Finite Element Hydrologic and Stress-Deformation Modelling -- Cohesive Sediment Transport in Natural Streams: State of Knowledge -- The Role of Pore-Water Pressures and Upward-Directed Seepage Forces in the Erosion of Cohesive Streambeds -- Adjustment of Total Suspended Solids Data for Use in Sediment Studies -- Assessment of Non-Point Source Sediment Load from the California Portion of the Truckee River Watershed -- Development of Methodology to Reduce Suspended Sediment Sample Collection on the Missouri River at Sioux City, Iowa -- Selena M. Forman, David T. Williams, and John I. Remus II -- Water Intake Sediment Problems in Thermal Power Plants -- The Effects of Cluster Bed Forms on the Longitudinal Velocity -- Turbulence and Coherent Flow Structures Associated with Bedform Amalgamation: An Experimental Study of the Ripple-Dune Transition -- Experimental Study of Turbulent Macro-Stuctures Behind Dunes -- Alluvial Resistance and Sediment Transport for Flows over Dunes -- A Three-Dimensional Model for Cohesive Sediment Dynamics in Shallow Bays -- The Calculation of Transverse Eddy Diffusivity Using Turbulence Data -- Sediment Transport Modeling in Mountain Streams -- Testing the Capabilities of the Sed2d Sediment Transport Routine -- Volume Lost to Sedimentation in Cochiti Lake, NM -- Front-Fixing Model of Turbidity Currents at River Deltas in Lakes and Reservoirs -- Svetlana Kostic and Gary Parker -- Sediment Modeling of Big Bend Reservoir, South Dakota -- Grove Lake Sediment Bypass -- Sewer-Sediment Control: Overview of an EPA Wet-Weather Flow (WWF) Research Program -- Shear Stress Distribution in Partially Filled Pipes and Its Effect on the Modeling of Sediment Transport in Storm Drains -- Non-Cohesive Sediment Transport in Clean Sewers and with Small Mobile Beds -- The Movement of Total Suspended Solids in Combined Sewers
  • Bed Forms in a Sand-Gravel Stream with Unsteady Flows -- Non-Equilibrium Sediment Transport: Numerical Experiments -- Determination of Bed Shear Stress by Digital Particle Image Velocimetry in Turbulent Open Channel Flow -- Geometric Characteristics of Step-Pool Streams -- The Legacy of Vito A. Vanoni -- Generalized Exner Equation for the Conservation of Sediment Mixtures -- Review of Models for Flat-Bed Sediment-Laden Flows -- Building upon the Legacy of Vito Vanoni: Volume 2 of Manual 54 Sedimentation Engineering -- Estimation of Turbulence Parameters Using an ADCP -- Effects of Aeration on the Performance of an ADV -- Analyzing ADV Data Using WinADV -- Side Looking Doppler Velocity Sensors -- Figure Measuring Sacramento River Diversions with ADFM Technology in the Glenn-Colusa Irrigation District -- ADFM Measurement of Tidally-Induced Flow and Stage in a Canal Headworks -- An Acoustic Velocity Measurement System for Aiding Barge Traffic in the Colorado River Locks near Matagorda, Texas -- Use of Acoustic Technology to Define Hydraulic Characteristics of an Estuary near the Mississippi Gulf Coast -- Discharge Calculation of Natural Channel Flows with AFM Data -- Use of Acoustic Technology to Aid in the Regulation of Ross Barnett Reservoir near Jackson, Mississippi: Trials and Tribulations -- Effect of Temporal Resolution on the Accuracy of ADCP Measurements -- Application of AVM Measurements in the Computation of the State of Illinois' Diversion from Lake Michigan -- Ocean Tide Waves Propagation along Downstream Amazon River: Measuring the Amazon Discharge at the Estuary -- Large-Scale Particle Image Velocimetry : a Reliable Tool for Physical Modeling -- Refinement of LSPIV Technique for Monitoring River Surface Flows -- Application of Flow Velocity Distribution Models to Channel Discharge Measurements -- Contrasting Discharge Computation Methods in Riverine and Tidal-Affected Flows in Mississippi -- Proposed Uncertainty Assessment Methodology for Hydraulic and Water Resources Engineering -- Evaluating the Measurement Accuracy of Surface Water Flows and Accumulated Volumes -- A Laboratory Evaluation of Unidata's Starflow Doppler Flowmeter and MGD Technologies' Acoustic Doppler Flow Meter -- New Developments in Design and Application of Lons-Throated Flumes -- Flow and Velocity Measurements Using Vortex Shedding and Magnetic Flow Meters, Jones Hole National Fish Hatchery -- Air Concentration and Velocity Measurements on Self-aerated Flow down Stepped Chutes -- Test Results with the EasyQ River Flow Sensor -- Simultaneous LIF and PIV Measurements of a Laboratory Modeled Coastal Plume -- Characteristics of Turbulent Plumes Using PLIF Technique -- Scaling and Inhomogeneities in Oscillating-Grid Flows -- Extraction of Coherent Structure from PIV Data Using Wavelet Transform -- Dam Removal : A Tool for River Restoration on the Naugatuck River -- Dam Removal and Stream Restoration on Goldsborough Creek in Western Washington State -- Large Woody Debris Structures for Incised Channel Rehabilitation -- Case Study: Requirements for Cumulative Effects Analysis -- Bank Erosion in Meandering Rivers -- Evaluation of Bank Protection Methods -- Restoration of Thunder Bay River Erosion Sites -- Scour Evaluation Program for Toe-Down Depth Assessment -- Bank Instabilities along the Missouri River: The Role of Positive Pore-Water Pressures and Flow Releases -- Ice-Induced Thalweg Oscillations along the Fort Peck Reach of the Missouri River -- Modeling Channel Instabilities and Mitigation Strategies in Eastern Nebraska -- Knickpoint Erosion and Migration in Cohesive Streambeds -- The Response of Pool-Riffle Bedforms to Variations in Stream Discharge: A Modelling Approach -- A Design Procedure for Sizing Step-Pool Structures -- Naturalization of Urban Streams Using In-Channel Structures -- San Miguel River Restoration: Geomorphology and Hydraulic Engineering as a Basis for Design -- Dam Removal: Physical, Biological, and Societal Considerations -- Dam Removals : A Discussion of Issues and Impacts -- Evaluating Stream Restoration Options after Dam Removal Using HEC-RAS -- Condition Assessment Needs for Prioritizing Small Dam Removal -- Effect of Riparian Vegetation Density on Stream Flow Velocity -- Performance of the Bonita Channel Wetland Mitigation Area -- Channel Restoration in Peat Channels -- Prediction of Stream Geometry in the Maryland Piedmont Based on Land Use and Urbanization -- River Re-Naturalization: Beyond the Stream Classification Approach
  • Restoration Management Procedures for Michigan's Upper Peninsula Watersheds -- Sacramento River Gradient Restoration Facility -- Selected Aspects of Management and Rehabilitation of the Yarqon River (Israel): Planning and Implementation -- Optimization Modeling Approach in the Design of Stable Channel System -- A Partnered Approach to Design of "Natural" Wash Corridors in an Urbanizing Pseudo-Alluvial Fan Area in Northeast Phoenix, Arizona -- Opportunities of the Corps of Engineers' Ecosystem Restoration Program, and Its Application to the City of Alamosa, Colorado -- Sedimentation Engineering Design in River Restoration: Task Committee Monograph Draft -- Whitewood Creek Reclamation Plan: A Sound Basis for Design -- Stable Channel Design for Mobile Gravel Bed Rivers -- A Stable Channel Design Approach for the Rio Salado, Salt River, Arizona -- Hydraulic Design for Channel Restoration on the Santa Ana Reach of the Rio Grande -- United Nations Ground Water for Windows Software -- Simulating Well Hydrodynamics -- WTAQ : A Computer Program for Aquifer-Test Analysis of Confined and Unconfined Aquifers -- Contaminant Transport Modeling at Underground Gasoline Tanks Sites -- A Downhole Flowmeter for a Better Definition of Well Hydraulics -- Optimization of Groundwater Remediation Planning while Considering both Fixed Cost and Time-Varying Operating Cost -- Comparison of Numerical and Physical Model Results: Velocity Distribution on a Well Screen -- Risk-Based Management of Contaminated Groundwater: The Role of Geologic Heterogeneity, Exposure and Cancer Risk in Determining the Performance of Aquifer Remediation -- Natural Groundwater Tracers For Hydrochemical Evolution Investigations -- Numerical Simulation of Groundwater Contamination -- Goals for the ASCE Task Committee on Well Hydraulics -- Research Needs in Well Hydraulics -- Computationally Efficient Optimization of Groundwater Remediation -- Optimizing Groundwater Remediation Design under Uncertainty -- Optimization of Decholorination of Chlorinated Ethenes -- Optimal Reservoir Operation and the Value of Carryover Storage -- Spatial Multiscale Techniques for Groundwater Management Modeling -- Water Well Efficiency -- Optimal Ground Water Distribution Systems -- Determining Ground Water System Well Losses -- Using Borehole Flow Data to Characterize the Hydraulics of Flow Paths in Operating Wellfields -- Infiltration over Soils with Spatially-Correlated Hydraulic Properties -- Formulating the Subsurface Flow from the Sloping Valley Bed Alluvium -- Recharging Aquifers in Saudi Arabia with Secondary Effluents through Amended Sand -- A Multiobjective Approach to Long-Term Groundwater Monitoring Design -- Latin Hypercube Sampling of Random Hydraulic-Conductivity Fields for Monte-Carlo Analysis of Groundwater Flow and Mass Transport -- Evaluating Observations in the Context of Predictions for the Death Valley Regional Groundwater System -- A Fundamental Criterions for Choice of Type, Numbers and Configuration of Water-Clutch Objects -- Calibrating the VonHoff/Helweg Model -- Lognormal Distribution and Direct Runoff -- Modification of Stream Flow Routing for Bank Storage -- Spatial Interpolation of Hydraulic Conductivity Using Radial-Basis Function Networks -- Wellfield Rehydration: A Partnership for Improvement -- A Characteristic Solution to Nitrate Transport and Fate in Ground Water in Agricultural Watersheds -- Groundwater Quality in Donbass Basin of Ukraine: Pollution Sources Identification and Water Resources Planning and Management -- Hydraulic Impacts on the Impeller of Vertical Axial Pumps Installed in Selected Intake Structures -- Development of a Compact Intake Chamber for Vertical Tubular Pumps -- An Attempt to Clarify Acceptable Pump-Throat Velocity-Distribution Criteria in Pump-Intake Model Studies -- Waterhammer Protection for the Toshka Pumping System -- Local and Contraction Scour at Bridge Abutments -- Economic Considerations in Designing Bridge Scour Countermeasures -- Time Scale for Contraction Scour at Bridges -- Methodology For Predicting Channel Migration: NCHRP Project No. 24-16 -- BrEase :A87 A Computer Program for Evaluation of Pier Scour and Stream Stability -- Scour at Wide Bridge Piers -- Local Scour at Complex Pier Geometries -- A New Sediment Transport Formula for Local Scour Prediction -- Breach Morphology Observations of Embankment Overtopping Tests -- Some Palaeoflood Indicators in the River Murray Valley of South Australia -- Simple Approach for Flood Forecasting
  • Sulphur Branch Channelization Project Number 031 -- Trash Gate : Lake Cumberland Debris Management System -- Design Procedure of a Lateral Diversion from a Triangular Channel -- A Hydraulic Structure for Taking Water and Reducing Sand Disasters -- Intelligent Construction Systems: The Convergence of Computing, Communication, and Construction -- Knowledge Acquisition and Validation of an Expert System for Prioritizing the Inspection of Sewers -- Pipeline Pigging of Central's Irrigation Canal Siphons -- Hydrodynamic Classification of Wind-Induced Mixing -- Mathematical Model to Predict the Salt Conditions in the Pereira de Miranda Reservoir : State of Ceará-Brazil -- Hydrological and Geochemical Dynamics of the Mixing Water Zone of the Rios Solimões and Negro in the Amazon Basin -- Regression Dynamic Programming for Multiple-Reservoir Control -- Electronic Dataloggers -- Enhanced Mobility of Lead in Soil Rhizosphere: Model Development and Validation -- Evaluation of Treating PCB-Contaminated Sediment with Zero-Valent Iron -- Wellhead Protection and Its Implications -- Watershed Modeling in a Pseudo Alluvial Fan Area in Northeast Phoenix and Scottsdale -- Watershed Modeling with State and Local Partners in Illinois -- Test of Some Selected Stream-Restoration Techniques Adapted to Mid-Slope Urban Streams in Korea
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Water resources 2000 : building partnerships, Rollin H. Hotchkiss, Michael Glade, editors
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  • "Joint Conference on Water Resource Engineering and Water Resources Planning and Management 2000, July 30 - August 2, 2000, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA."
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  • ABET Preparations Experiences Related to Water Resources -- A Comprehensive Plan for Undergraduate Civil Engineering Program Assessment -- American Water Institutions, Accomplishments and Obsolescence: Are we Ready for the New Millennium? -- Online Problem Solving (with C++) Course for Engineering Students: Successes and Failures -- Vinod Lohani, Jan Helge Bohn, Tom Walker, and Pat Devens -- Multiobjective Optimization of the Colorado River -- Emerging Technologies for Developing Distributed Database Systems -- Designing a Web-Based Environmental Database to Manage and Monitor Environmental Programs -- On Tap: An Interactive Web Site to Facilitate Water Transfer Applications, Approvals, and Education -- Regionalization of Droughts -- Maximizing Reservoir Yields for a Dual Supply Utility -- Urban Drought Planning vs. the Real Thing -- An Estimation Method of Monthly Lower Limit Water Level for Firm Supply Discharge in Multi-Purpose Reservoirs -- Butte City Bridge Erosion Control Project -- Hydraulic Design Recommendations for the Railroad Bridges Across the Wisconsin River at Sauk City, Wisconsin -- Bridge Scour Countermeasures for the Phoenix Rio Salado Environmental Restoration Project -- Hydraulic Modeling and Scour Analysis for the San Francisco -- Oakland Bay Bridge -- A Generalized Inverse Procedure for Model Structure Identification -- Methods and Guidelines for Effective Model Calibration -- Modeling the Death Valley Regional Ground-Water Flow System -- Improving Wetland Simulations by Including Heat Transport in Groundwater Flow Modeling -- Annual Hydroclimatology of the United States -- Assessment of Climatically Induced Hydrological Changes in Greece -- The Wet Decades of the 80s and 90s in the Great Plains: How Wet? -- Trend Analysis by Using Wavelets -- Mathematical Modeling of Suspended Sediment Transport in Open Channel Flows Using Hybrid Finite-Analytic Method -- New Capabilities of the CCHE1D Channel Network Model -- Modeling Floodplain Changes below Seven Oaks Dam -- Storm Surge Scour at Coastal Bridges: Documenting the Effects of Hurricanes Bonnie and Floyd in North Carolina -- Decision Support System for Optimal River Basin Management -- An Overview of HANDSS: Hula Aggregated Numerical Decision Support System -- Decision Support System (KD-DSS) for Operation of Karoon and Dez Reservoirs in Iran -- Computer Assisted Decision Support System for High Level Infrastructure Master Planning: Case of the City of Portland Supply and Transmission Model (STM) -- Surface Process and Topographic Effect on the Weather Development in Kanto Region -- Use of Design Storm Criteria in Florida -- Modeling the Time Distributions of Heavy Storms : Design Hyetographs -- Regionalization of a Model for Design Storms -- Industrial Use of Stormwater: A Hypothetical Case Study -- Costs of Urban Stormwater Control -- Collection System Modeling for Planning/Design of Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) Control -- Retrofitting Control Facilities for Wet-Weather Flow Control -- Optimized Real-Time Control of Combined Sewerage Systems: Two Case Studies -- SWMM Modeling in the New Century -- Particle Association Effects on Microbial Indicator Concentrations for CSO Disinfection -- Sewer Pipeline Performance Indicators: Learning from the European Experience -- Some Hydraulic Design Aspects of Nature-Like Fishways -- Optimizing a Natural Shaped Fishway : Comparisons Between Physical and 3D-Numerical Modeling -- California (CALFED) Daily Environmental Water Management Modeling for Fish Protection and Water Supply Evaluation -- Floodplain Restoration for Fish and Wildlife Habitat on the Upper Mississippi River -- Challenges in Implementing a Multi-Objective Water Resources Project: Pogues Run Flood Control/CSO Reduction Project -- Flood Study of the Columbia River Basin -- Vermillion River Watershed Hydrologic Study -- Flood Hydrology for Dry Creek, Lake County, Northwestern Montana -- A Nowcast/Forecast System for Galveston Bay -- NWS FLDWAV Model Application to the River Forecasting of the Red River of the North -- Selection of Best Channel Design Alternative for Watercourse Master Plan -- Dam Breaching Model -- Evaluating Flood Control Options: Downstream versus Upstream Needs -- Use of LIDAR Mapping for Floodplain Studies -- Impacts of Urban Development on Reservoir Stage Frequency Relationships
  • 100-Year Return Period: Of What? -- A Shared Environmental Geographic Information System to Build an Inter-Agency Relationship -- Hydraulic and Environmental Impacts as well as Operational Benefits of High Speed Inland Ships for Cargo Transport -- Effects of Cross Currents Induced by Lateral Water Introductions on Ship Operation on Inland Waterways -- GIS Application to Stream Navigability -- Watershed Nonpoint Source Pollution Assessment Using AGNPS/ArcView Integrated System -- Pesticide Leaching Analytical Model and GIS-Based Application in Agricultural Watersheds -- The Use of GIS in the Development of Water Quality Models -- Water Quality Modeling and Risk Analysis of the Chi-Shui River -- Lateral and Vertical Total Dissolved Gas Concentrations in the Columbia River -- Potential Benefits of Water Supply Regionalization: A Case Study the Seattle and Everett Water Systems -- Gas Transfer at Hydraulic Structures in the Ohio River Valley -- Laboratory Testing and Numerical Modeling of Coanda-Effect Screens -- Stream Morphological Response to Climate and Land-Use in the Minnesota River Basin -- Changes in the Substrate of Rivers in Historic Mining Districts -- Integrated Approach for Environmental Flood Protection for Northern Suburbs of Athens, Greece -- Fractal Measures of Dense Stream Networks -- Caltrans Storm Water Management Program: Overview of New Requirements Driving the Implementation of Structural BMPs -- Water Quality Assessment for the California Department of Transportation San Diego Region -- California Department of Transportation BMP Retrofit Pilot Program -- A Method for Monitoring and Analyzing Litter in Freeway Runoff as Part of the Caltrans Litter Management Pilot Study -- Hydraulic Structures : Designing with RCC and Soil-Cement -- Sediment Erosion Control and Restoration Measures for the Spokane River, Washington -- The Operation of a Morning-Glory Type Spillway, as Related to the Embankment Stability of an Earthfill Dam : A Case Study -- Submergence Effects on Discharge Coefficients for Rectangular Orifices -- Dendritic One-Dimensional Unsteady Flow (FLDWAV / DAMBRK) Model of the Sevier River, Utah -- Channel Routing in River Networks Using NWS FLDWAV Model -- Visualization of Large Flow Structures at the Free-Surface of an Open Channel Flow -- Dam Failure Routings Using UNET and HEC-1 -- Prediction of the Behavior of Hydraulic Jumps in Canoe Chutes -- Non-Dimensional Peak Breach Outflow Analysis with Dam Breach Parameters -- Three-Dimensional Numerical Model Study of Flood Channel Realignment -- Vincent Neary and Ehab Meselhe -- Hydraulic Characteristics of a Doubly Meandering Compound Channel -- Development of a 2D Hydrodynamic and Salinity Model of Florida Bay -- MODNET: An Integrated Groundwater/Open-Channel Flow Model -- Flow Through Rigid Streambank Vegetation -- Assessing the Performance of a Routing Procedure Based on the Genetic Algorithm -- HEC Software : Present Status and Activities, Future Prospects -- Unsteady Flow Routing with the Hydrologic Engineering Center River Analysis System (HEC-RAS) -- HEC's Flood Damage Analysis (HEC-FDA) Program -- The Hydrologic Modeling System: New Capabilities -- Hydrology and Hydraulics of the Illinois River -- Hydrodynamic Modeling of the Peoria Lake: Largest Bottomland Lake on the Illinois River -- Watershed Management: Illinois River Ecosystem Restoration Studies -- Evaluation of Potential Removal and Beneficial Use of Illinois River Sediment -- Micro-scale Modeling of Low Impact Development -- Conceptual Ecological and Physical Framework for Evaluating Receiving Water Impacts -- Infiltration Through Disturbed Urban Soils -- Low Impact Development Management Strategies for Wet Weather Flow (WWF) Control -- Discovering Hydrology: Developing Interdisciplinary Labs at All Levels -- The Use of Mediation to Combine Natural Resource and Flood Control Goals in the Red River of the North Watershed Basin -- Cost-Effective Sampling of Groundwater Monitoring Wells: A Data Review and Well Frequency Evaluation -- An Adaptive Long-Term Monitoring and Operations System (aLTMOs) for Optimization in Environmental Management -- New Direction in US EPA Superfund What Happens After the Cleanup -- Red River Basin Canadian Flood Management Virtual Database -- Information/Data Needs for Floodplain Management -- The Red River Basin Disaster Information Network -- Red River Basin Stage-Damage Curves Update and Preparation of Flood Damage Maps
  • A Simple Moments-Based Estimator that Utilizes Historical and Paleohydrologic Information -- Mesa Verde: Paleohydrology of Morefield Reservoir -- Value of Historical Flood Information in Partial Duration Series and Annual Maximum Series Frameworks -- Paleoflood Investigations for Cherry Creek basin, Eastern Colorado -- Monograph for Using Paleoflood Data in Water Resources Applications -- Port Chicago Pipeline Project : A Partnering Success Story -- Automated Discharge and Water Quality Measurements on a Developing Suburban Watershed: A Cooperative Effort among Education, Government, and Environmental Advocacy -- Coupled Ecological Modeling for Improved Water Resources and Ecosystem Management -- Small Scale Water Resources Development Project in Rural Bangladesh: People's Participation in Subproject Development -- The Importance of a Long Range Vision of the Los Angeles and San Gabriel Rivers Watershed Council -- Influence of Propeller and Ship's Rudder on Scouring Action and Erosion on Inland Waterways : Physical Model Tests Determining Propeller-Induced Flow Velocities Using ADV -- Clearwater Local Scour Experiments in a Large Flume -- Method for Obtaining Prototype Local Scour Depths from Physical Model Tests -- Local Sediment Scour Model Tests for the Woodrow Wilson Bridge Piers -- Screwed-up Riprap: Sizing Rock Linings to Resist Ship Propeller-jets -- A "Realistic" Design of Flash-Flood Control Works with the Aid of Radar Information -- Coupling HEC-HMS with Atmospheric Models for the Prediction of Watershed Runoff -- Radar-Rainfall Estimates in Florida During the 1999 Hurricane Season -- Urban Hydrologic Forecasting Application Issues Using the WSR-88D Radar -- Regional Analysis of Intensity-Duration-Frequency of Heavy Storms over the Brazilian State of Rio de Janeiro -- A Study of the Properties of Scale Invariance as Applied to Intensity-Duration-Frequency Relationships of Heavy Storms -- Development of Regional Rainfall Intensity-Duration-Frequency Estimates for the State of Michigan -- Mapping Spatial Variation in Rainfall Intensity-Duration-Frequency Estimates Using a Geographical Information System -- Distribution of Temperature and Precipitation in the Snowmelt Runoff Analysis -- Remotely Sensed Soil Moisture Fields Applied to Curve Number Runoff Estimates -- Unit Hydrograph Theory: A 60-Year Unfulfilled Promise -- Estero-Imperial-Cocohatchee Integrated Flood Management Model -- Use of HSPF Model in Land Use Management in Urbanizing Watersheds -- Vinod K. Lohani, Jeff Chanat, and David Kibler -- Automatic Calibration and Uncertainty Assessment in Rainfall-Runoff Modelling -- Simulation of the Real-time Multiple Reservoir Operating Environment with a Multiple Reservoir Operation Optimization Model -- Continuous Soil Moisture Accounting in the Hydrologic Engineering Center Hydrologic Modeling System (HEC-HMS) -- Minimum Self-Cleansing Velocities for Inverted Sewer Siphons -- Inlet and Sewer Traps for Sediment Control in Stormwater Drainage -- A Malaysian Case Study -- Implementation of Automated Sewer and Drainage Flushing Systems in Cambridge, Mass. -- Flocculation and Transport of Cohesive Sediments Collected from a Stormwater Detention Pond -- Experimental Application of Morphological Process with High -- Performance Computers (IT PUX -- NT Platform) at Alluvial Flumes -- Bed Material Transport Equation for High Suspended Sediment Concentrations -- Transport of Dissolved Contaminants Within a Stream Bed with Bedforms -- Afflux Due to Rectangular Bridge Pier -- A Bridge to Prosperity: Hydraulic and Scour Analyses of the Ganges River Crossing at Paksey, Bangladesh -- Dominant Discharge Analysis and Calculations for Napa Creek -- On the Distribution of Sediments at Channel Bifurcation -- Transport of Gravels with Different Ranges of Grain Sizes in a Steep Channel -- Lake Restoration -- Achieving a Consensus in the Restoration of the Everglades: A Challenge for Shared Vision Modelers -- Task Committee Report on Shared Vision Modeling in Water Resources Planning -- Constructing a Pipeline to Partnership -- The Future of Shared Vision Planning -- Planting Strategies for Constructed Wetlands for Stormwater Treatment -- Grass and Leaf Decomposition and Nutrient Release Study under Wet Conditions -- Using a CDS Unit for Sediment Control in Brevard County, Florida -- Management of Runoff from Surface Transportation Facilities -- Lag Times for Urban and Developing Watersheds in Kansas
  • Defining Phase II Storm Water Regulation's "Maximum Extent Practicable" in Portage, Michigan -- Virginia K.S. Breidenbach, Mark S. Kieser, and John A. Jacobson -- Combining Storm Water Quality with Quality of Life in Portage, Michigan -- Hydraulic and Water Quality Performance of Urban Storm Water Detention Basin before and after Outlet Modification -- Optimizing Hydraulic Design of Highway Drainage Systems -- Riprap Protection of Bridge Abutments under Clear Water Conditions -- Design of Streambank Stabilization with Geogrid Reinforced Earth Systems -- Stability of Rounded Riprap in Overtopping Flow -- Between a Rock and a Soft Place: Which Riprap Method Should I Use for My Project? -- Flood Damage and Damage Reduction Calculations Using HEC's Flood Impact Analysis Model (HEC-FIA) -- Application of HEC-GeoRAS to the Tres Rios, Arizona Feasibility Study -- Prediction of Downstream Water Quality Impacts of Devils Lake Pumped Outflows Using HEC-5Q -- Lateral Weir and Split Flow Optimization with the Hydrologic Engineering Center's River Analysis System (HEC-RAS) -- Estimating Pollutant Loading from Industrial Activities in an Urban Watershed -- Creating a Wetland Stormwater Best Management Practice : A Retrofit -- Industrial Storm Water Discharges: Characterizing Los Angeles Facilities to Improve Compliance and Estimates of Pollutant Loads -- Evaluation of Non-Point Source Runoff on Suspended Solids that Enter Santa Monica Bay -- Using Hydraulic Modeling to Improve System Operation -- Use of Modeling in Decision Making for Water Distribution Master Planning -- General Purpose Demand Allocator (DALLOC) -- Identifying Emergency Reaction Time with Hydraulic Models -- Adaptive Control Formulation for Chlorine Residual Maintenance in Water Distribution Systems -- Hierarchical Control of Integrated Quality and Quantity in Water Distribution Systems -- Reliability Analysis of Regional Water Distribution Systems : A Case Study -- How Reliable Are Water Distribution Networks? -- Assessment of Skeletonization in Network Models -- Water Network Model Calibration Based on Grouping Pipes with Similar Leakage and Roughness Estimates -- Pitfalls in Calibrating an EPS Model -- Water Distributions Systems Analysis: Analysis of Domestic Demand Patterns -- Cost Savings on Large Water Distribution Systems: Design through Genetic Algorithm Optimization -- Method for Least Cost Design of Looped Pipe Networks for Different Levels of Redundancy Using Genetic Algorithms -- Optimal Design and Rehabilitation of Water Distribution Systems -- Application of Genetic Optimization in Maximizing Hydraulic Network Redundancy -- Using Genetic Algorithms in the UK Water Industry -- Genetic Algorithms in Optimizing Transient Suppression Devices -- Determining Pump Operations Using Particle Swarm Optimization -- Optimization of Drinking Water Network: Incorporating Continuity Constraints -- Using Linear Programs to Optimize the Chlorine Concentrations in Water Distribution Networks -- An Algorithm to Optimize Booster Chlorination in Water Distribution Network -- Set Covering Models for Locating Booster Chlorination Stations in Water Distribution Systems -- Optimizing Hydraulics and Water Quality in Water Distribution Networks Using Genetic Algorithms -- A Review of Techniques of State-Estimation for On-Line Monitoring of Water Distribution Systems -- Observability Analysis of Water Distribution Systems under Parametric and Measurement Uncertainty -- DMA Structured State-Estimation for Demand Monitoring -- Input-Output Model of Water Quality in Water Distribution Systems -- Role and Characterization of Leaks under Transient Conditions -- A Dynamic-Stochastic Simulation Model of a Municipal Water System -- Water Distributions Systems Analysis: Patterns in Supply-Pipe Leakage -- Application of Artificial Neural Networks to the Estimation of Water Quality Parameters of River Gediz -- Oktay Demirdag, Mehmet A. Yurdusev, and Bekir Solmaz -- Salinity Control in Open-Channels -- Planning Water Quality Operations for San Diego County Water Authority Emergency Storage Project Reservoirs -- A Framework for Assessing Cost Effectiveness of Wastewater Treatment for Nile Water Pollution Control -- Evaluation of the Pesticide Runoff Component of AGNPS -- TMDL: Development of an Optimized WLA Strategy -- Watershed Protection Technology Selection and Permitting Simplified by the EPA/NSF Environmental Technology Verification Pilots -- Stormwater Management Pilot Projects to Reduce Stormwater Runoff and Stormwater Pollutants
  • Management of Wastewater Disposal and Reuse in Coastal Areas -- Segmentation on Temperature Gradient Microstructure Data -- Dissolved Oxygen Measurements for Water Quality in a Harbour Area Near Athens, Greece -- Watershed Management Research in India -- Water Resources Management in Bangladesh -- Water Resources Development from a Congressional Viewpoint -- Use of Long-Range Exceedance Probability Forecasts in Management of Water Resource Systems -- Spatiotemporal Water Quality Modeling of Pipeline Water Intake Lake Gaston, Virginia -- Occoquan Water Supply Protection Tool -- Rationalization of Water by Considering the Phenomenon of Diffusion -- Structure and Cost of the Water Supply Market in Sana'a City, Yemen -- Charging for Water Use : A Brazilian Case Study -- Water Availability Modeling in Texas -- Incorporating Long-Term Streamflow Forecasting into the Cascade Regional Yield Simulation Model -- South Korea's Water Resources Policy toward the 21st Century: Conflicting Views -- Cost-Benefit Analysis of Water Demand Management Measures: A Multi-Sector Approach -- Improving Water Markets in California: Implementing the CALFED Recommendations -- Southern California Water Markets: Potential and Limitations -- Fresh Water in Asian Countries -- Using a GIS-Based Solution for Watershed Analysis and Automation: A Case Study -- An Investigation of the Hydrological Inputs of a Sensitive Wetland Habitat -- Hydraulic Analyses of Stormwater Treatment Areas in South Florida -- Sedimentation Engineering and Storm Water / Watershed Management -- Salmonid Assessment and Restoration Planning in the Clearwater River Sub-Basin in Idaho -- The CRCC Native American Natural Resource Management Initiative -- Lower Rapid Creek Watershed Assessment and TMDL Development -- Oglala Sioux Tribe Cheyenne River Watershed Assessment and TMDL Development -- Experimental Study on Bed Load Control in Torrents by Open Slit Dams -- Numerical Modeling of Sediment Migration during Dam Removal -- Dam Removal Sedimentation Evaluation -- Sediment Movement from the Removal of Dams on Battle Creek -- Variations in Organic Particle Deposition Rate and Stream-Subsurface Exchange due to Silt Accumulation in a Gravel Bed -- Formation and Maintenance of San Bernardino Kangaroo Rat Habitat, Santa Ana River Alluvial Fan, California -- Stable Knickpoints Formed in Cohesive Sediment -- Recent European Research into the Behavior of Sewer Sediments and Associated Pollutants and Processes -- Measuring the Erodibility of Cohesive Soils -- Investigating Erosion of Cohesive Riverbeds Using Coupled Finite Element Hydrologic and Stress-Deformation Modelling -- Cohesive Sediment Transport in Natural Streams: State of Knowledge -- The Role of Pore-Water Pressures and Upward-Directed Seepage Forces in the Erosion of Cohesive Streambeds -- Adjustment of Total Suspended Solids Data for Use in Sediment Studies -- Assessment of Non-Point Source Sediment Load from the California Portion of the Truckee River Watershed -- Development of Methodology to Reduce Suspended Sediment Sample Collection on the Missouri River at Sioux City, Iowa -- Selena M. Forman, David T. Williams, and John I. Remus II -- Water Intake Sediment Problems in Thermal Power Plants -- The Effects of Cluster Bed Forms on the Longitudinal Velocity -- Turbulence and Coherent Flow Structures Associated with Bedform Amalgamation: An Experimental Study of the Ripple-Dune Transition -- Experimental Study of Turbulent Macro-Stuctures Behind Dunes -- Alluvial Resistance and Sediment Transport for Flows over Dunes -- A Three-Dimensional Model for Cohesive Sediment Dynamics in Shallow Bays -- The Calculation of Transverse Eddy Diffusivity Using Turbulence Data -- Sediment Transport Modeling in Mountain Streams -- Testing the Capabilities of the Sed2d Sediment Transport Routine -- Volume Lost to Sedimentation in Cochiti Lake, NM -- Front-Fixing Model of Turbidity Currents at River Deltas in Lakes and Reservoirs -- Svetlana Kostic and Gary Parker -- Sediment Modeling of Big Bend Reservoir, South Dakota -- Grove Lake Sediment Bypass -- Sewer-Sediment Control: Overview of an EPA Wet-Weather Flow (WWF) Research Program -- Shear Stress Distribution in Partially Filled Pipes and Its Effect on the Modeling of Sediment Transport in Storm Drains -- Non-Cohesive Sediment Transport in Clean Sewers and with Small Mobile Beds -- The Movement of Total Suspended Solids in Combined Sewers
  • Bed Forms in a Sand-Gravel Stream with Unsteady Flows -- Non-Equilibrium Sediment Transport: Numerical Experiments -- Determination of Bed Shear Stress by Digital Particle Image Velocimetry in Turbulent Open Channel Flow -- Geometric Characteristics of Step-Pool Streams -- The Legacy of Vito A. Vanoni -- Generalized Exner Equation for the Conservation of Sediment Mixtures -- Review of Models for Flat-Bed Sediment-Laden Flows -- Building upon the Legacy of Vito Vanoni: Volume 2 of Manual 54 Sedimentation Engineering -- Estimation of Turbulence Parameters Using an ADCP -- Effects of Aeration on the Performance of an ADV -- Analyzing ADV Data Using WinADV -- Side Looking Doppler Velocity Sensors -- Figure Measuring Sacramento River Diversions with ADFM Technology in the Glenn-Colusa Irrigation District -- ADFM Measurement of Tidally-Induced Flow and Stage in a Canal Headworks -- An Acoustic Velocity Measurement System for Aiding Barge Traffic in the Colorado River Locks near Matagorda, Texas -- Use of Acoustic Technology to Define Hydraulic Characteristics of an Estuary near the Mississippi Gulf Coast -- Discharge Calculation of Natural Channel Flows with AFM Data -- Use of Acoustic Technology to Aid in the Regulation of Ross Barnett Reservoir near Jackson, Mississippi: Trials and Tribulations -- Effect of Temporal Resolution on the Accuracy of ADCP Measurements -- Application of AVM Measurements in the Computation of the State of Illinois' Diversion from Lake Michigan -- Ocean Tide Waves Propagation along Downstream Amazon River: Measuring the Amazon Discharge at the Estuary -- Large-Scale Particle Image Velocimetry : a Reliable Tool for Physical Modeling -- Refinement of LSPIV Technique for Monitoring River Surface Flows -- Application of Flow Velocity Distribution Models to Channel Discharge Measurements -- Contrasting Discharge Computation Methods in Riverine and Tidal-Affected Flows in Mississippi -- Proposed Uncertainty Assessment Methodology for Hydraulic and Water Resources Engineering -- Evaluating the Measurement Accuracy of Surface Water Flows and Accumulated Volumes -- A Laboratory Evaluation of Unidata's Starflow Doppler Flowmeter and MGD Technologies' Acoustic Doppler Flow Meter -- New Developments in Design and Application of Lons-Throated Flumes -- Flow and Velocity Measurements Using Vortex Shedding and Magnetic Flow Meters, Jones Hole National Fish Hatchery -- Air Concentration and Velocity Measurements on Self-aerated Flow down Stepped Chutes -- Test Results with the EasyQ River Flow Sensor -- Simultaneous LIF and PIV Measurements of a Laboratory Modeled Coastal Plume -- Characteristics of Turbulent Plumes Using PLIF Technique -- Scaling and Inhomogeneities in Oscillating-Grid Flows -- Extraction of Coherent Structure from PIV Data Using Wavelet Transform -- Dam Removal : A Tool for River Restoration on the Naugatuck River -- Dam Removal and Stream Restoration on Goldsborough Creek in Western Washington State -- Large Woody Debris Structures for Incised Channel Rehabilitation -- Case Study: Requirements for Cumulative Effects Analysis -- Bank Erosion in Meandering Rivers -- Evaluation of Bank Protection Methods -- Restoration of Thunder Bay River Erosion Sites -- Scour Evaluation Program for Toe-Down Depth Assessment -- Bank Instabilities along the Missouri River: The Role of Positive Pore-Water Pressures and Flow Releases -- Ice-Induced Thalweg Oscillations along the Fort Peck Reach of the Missouri River -- Modeling Channel Instabilities and Mitigation Strategies in Eastern Nebraska -- Knickpoint Erosion and Migration in Cohesive Streambeds -- The Response of Pool-Riffle Bedforms to Variations in Stream Discharge: A Modelling Approach -- A Design Procedure for Sizing Step-Pool Structures -- Naturalization of Urban Streams Using In-Channel Structures -- San Miguel River Restoration: Geomorphology and Hydraulic Engineering as a Basis for Design -- Dam Removal: Physical, Biological, and Societal Considerations -- Dam Removals : A Discussion of Issues and Impacts -- Evaluating Stream Restoration Options after Dam Removal Using HEC-RAS -- Condition Assessment Needs for Prioritizing Small Dam Removal -- Effect of Riparian Vegetation Density on Stream Flow Velocity -- Performance of the Bonita Channel Wetland Mitigation Area -- Channel Restoration in Peat Channels -- Prediction of Stream Geometry in the Maryland Piedmont Based on Land Use and Urbanization -- River Re-Naturalization: Beyond the Stream Classification Approach
  • Restoration Management Procedures for Michigan's Upper Peninsula Watersheds -- Sacramento River Gradient Restoration Facility -- Selected Aspects of Management and Rehabilitation of the Yarqon River (Israel): Planning and Implementation -- Optimization Modeling Approach in the Design of Stable Channel System -- A Partnered Approach to Design of "Natural" Wash Corridors in an Urbanizing Pseudo-Alluvial Fan Area in Northeast Phoenix, Arizona -- Opportunities of the Corps of Engineers' Ecosystem Restoration Program, and Its Application to the City of Alamosa, Colorado -- Sedimentation Engineering Design in River Restoration: Task Committee Monograph Draft -- Whitewood Creek Reclamation Plan: A Sound Basis for Design -- Stable Channel Design for Mobile Gravel Bed Rivers -- A Stable Channel Design Approach for the Rio Salado, Salt River, Arizona -- Hydraulic Design for Channel Restoration on the Santa Ana Reach of the Rio Grande -- United Nations Ground Water for Windows Software -- Simulating Well Hydrodynamics -- WTAQ : A Computer Program for Aquifer-Test Analysis of Confined and Unconfined Aquifers -- Contaminant Transport Modeling at Underground Gasoline Tanks Sites -- A Downhole Flowmeter for a Better Definition of Well Hydraulics -- Optimization of Groundwater Remediation Planning while Considering both Fixed Cost and Time-Varying Operating Cost -- Comparison of Numerical and Physical Model Results: Velocity Distribution on a Well Screen -- Risk-Based Management of Contaminated Groundwater: The Role of Geologic Heterogeneity, Exposure and Cancer Risk in Determining the Performance of Aquifer Remediation -- Natural Groundwater Tracers For Hydrochemical Evolution Investigations -- Numerical Simulation of Groundwater Contamination -- Goals for the ASCE Task Committee on Well Hydraulics -- Research Needs in Well Hydraulics -- Computationally Efficient Optimization of Groundwater Remediation -- Optimizing Groundwater Remediation Design under Uncertainty -- Optimization of Decholorination of Chlorinated Ethenes -- Optimal Reservoir Operation and the Value of Carryover Storage -- Spatial Multiscale Techniques for Groundwater Management Modeling -- Water Well Efficiency -- Optimal Ground Water Distribution Systems -- Determining Ground Water System Well Losses -- Using Borehole Flow Data to Characterize the Hydraulics of Flow Paths in Operating Wellfields -- Infiltration over Soils with Spatially-Correlated Hydraulic Properties -- Formulating the Subsurface Flow from the Sloping Valley Bed Alluvium -- Recharging Aquifers in Saudi Arabia with Secondary Effluents through Amended Sand -- A Multiobjective Approach to Long-Term Groundwater Monitoring Design -- Latin Hypercube Sampling of Random Hydraulic-Conductivity Fields for Monte-Carlo Analysis of Groundwater Flow and Mass Transport -- Evaluating Observations in the Context of Predictions for the Death Valley Regional Groundwater System -- A Fundamental Criterions for Choice of Type, Numbers and Configuration of Water-Clutch Objects -- Calibrating the VonHoff/Helweg Model -- Lognormal Distribution and Direct Runoff -- Modification of Stream Flow Routing for Bank Storage -- Spatial Interpolation of Hydraulic Conductivity Using Radial-Basis Function Networks -- Wellfield Rehydration: A Partnership for Improvement -- A Characteristic Solution to Nitrate Transport and Fate in Ground Water in Agricultural Watersheds -- Groundwater Quality in Donbass Basin of Ukraine: Pollution Sources Identification and Water Resources Planning and Management -- Hydraulic Impacts on the Impeller of Vertical Axial Pumps Installed in Selected Intake Structures -- Development of a Compact Intake Chamber for Vertical Tubular Pumps -- An Attempt to Clarify Acceptable Pump-Throat Velocity-Distribution Criteria in Pump-Intake Model Studies -- Waterhammer Protection for the Toshka Pumping System -- Local and Contraction Scour at Bridge Abutments -- Economic Considerations in Designing Bridge Scour Countermeasures -- Time Scale for Contraction Scour at Bridges -- Methodology For Predicting Channel Migration: NCHRP Project No. 24-16 -- BrEase :A87 A Computer Program for Evaluation of Pier Scour and Stream Stability -- Scour at Wide Bridge Piers -- Local Scour at Complex Pier Geometries -- A New Sediment Transport Formula for Local Scour Prediction -- Breach Morphology Observations of Embankment Overtopping Tests -- Some Palaeoflood Indicators in the River Murray Valley of South Australia -- Simple Approach for Flood Forecasting
  • Sulphur Branch Channelization Project Number 031 -- Trash Gate : Lake Cumberland Debris Management System -- Design Procedure of a Lateral Diversion from a Triangular Channel -- A Hydraulic Structure for Taking Water and Reducing Sand Disasters -- Intelligent Construction Systems: The Convergence of Computing, Communication, and Construction -- Knowledge Acquisition and Validation of an Expert System for Prioritizing the Inspection of Sewers -- Pipeline Pigging of Central's Irrigation Canal Siphons -- Hydrodynamic Classification of Wind-Induced Mixing -- Mathematical Model to Predict the Salt Conditions in the Pereira de Miranda Reservoir : State of Ceará-Brazil -- Hydrological and Geochemical Dynamics of the Mixing Water Zone of the Rios Solimões and Negro in the Amazon Basin -- Regression Dynamic Programming for Multiple-Reservoir Control -- Electronic Dataloggers -- Enhanced Mobility of Lead in Soil Rhizosphere: Model Development and Validation -- Evaluation of Treating PCB-Contaminated Sediment with Zero-Valent Iron -- Wellhead Protection and Its Implications -- Watershed Modeling in a Pseudo Alluvial Fan Area in Northeast Phoenix and Scottsdale -- Watershed Modeling with State and Local Partners in Illinois -- Test of Some Selected Stream-Restoration Techniques Adapted to Mid-Slope Urban Streams in Korea
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