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Applying online WEPP to assess forest watershed hydrologyAuthor(s): S. Dun; J. Q. Wu; W. J. Elliot; J. R. Frankenberger; D. C. Flanagan; D. K. McCool
Source: ISELE Paper Number 11085. 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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DescriptionThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and the Great Lakes Commission are developing technologies and predictive tools to aid in watershed management with an ultimate goal of improving and preserving the water quality in the Great Lakes Basin. A new version of the online Water Erosion Prediction Project (WEPP) GIS interface has been developed to assist in evaluating sediment sources associated with forests and forest management within the Basin.
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CitationDun, S.; Wu, J. Q.; Elliot, W. J.; Frankenberger, J. R.; Flanagan, D. C.; McCool, D. K. 2011. Applying online WEPP to assess forest watershed hydrology. ISELE Paper Number 11085. Paper presented at the international symposium on erosion and landscape evolution; September 18-21, 2011; Anchorage, AK. 8 p.
Keywordsforest watershed, water erosion, hydrologic modeling, online WEPP GIS interface
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