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    Author(s): J. R. Frankenberger; S. Dun; D. C. Flanagan; J. Q. Wu; W. J. Elliot
    Date: 2011
    Source: ISELE Paper Number 11139. Paper presented at the international symposium on erosion and landscape evolution; September 18-21, 2011; Anchorage, AK. 8 p.
    Publication Series: Paper (invited, offered, keynote)
    Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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    Description

    This presentation will highlight efforts on development of a new online WEPP GIS interface, targeted toward application in forested regions bordering the Great Lakes. The key components and algorithms of the online GIS system will be outlined. The general procedures used to provide input to the WEPP model and to display model output will be demonstrated.

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    Frankenberger, J. R.; Dun, S.; Flanagan, D. C.; Wu, J. Q.; Elliot, W. J. 2011. Development of a GIS interface for WEPP Model application to Great Lakes forested watersheds. ISELE Paper Number 11139. Paper presented at the international symposium on erosion and landscape evolution; September 18-21, 2011; Anchorage, AK. 8 p.

    Keywords

    Geographic Information Systems, internet, interface, soil erosion, prediction, WEPP

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