David R. Maidment
University of Texas at Austin
|Utah State University Coordinator
David G Tarboton
|Leon Basdekas||WRIA-1 ETc Estimation. The Development Of A GIS Based Procedure|
|Kiran Kumar Chinnaykanahalli||Intercomparison Study of Stability Index Models|
|Min-Gyo Chung||Pollutant Diffusion in Loxahatchee Inlet|
|Annjanette Dodd||Optimal Pit Removal in Watershed and Stream Network Delineation|
|Said Ghabayen||Estimation Of Agricultral Water Demand In Gaza Strip / Palestine|
|Shujun Li||Estimation of Evapotranspiration in the State of Utah|
|Ekaterina Saraeva||Application of GIS for Calculation of Travel Times for the Mainstem Nooksack River|
|Jim Shoemaker||Collection & Editing of 3D Bathymetry Klamath River, Northern California|
|Dallas Wall||Population Density Analysis Of Utah Valley And its Effects on Water Use Modeling|
|Zhengang Wang||Logan First Dam Breach and Life Loss Evaluation|
|Yibing Zhu||Estimating Life Loss Resulting from Dam Break with GIS|
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2. To develop a geospatial data model of the water resource features of the landscape.
3. To link this model engineering analysis of flooding and water pollution
4. To develop individual experience in the use of GIS in Water
Resources through execution of a term project. The term
project is presented orally in class and as a written report in html on
the world wide web.