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Perspectives on the National Water ModelAuthor(s): Steve Kopp; Don Cline; Chelcy Miniat; Carl Lucero; John Rothlisberger; David Levinson; Steve Evett; Mark Brusberg; Martin Lowenfish; Mike Strobel; Wayne Tschirhart; Bruce Rindahl; Scott Holder; Matt Ables
Source: AWRA Impact
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Southern Research Station
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DescriptionThe National Water Model is a dynamic and fast-moving initiative with a wide variety of contributors intended to serve an even wider audience, from fellow scientists to emergency managers to water recreation. For perspective on the depth and breadth of the model and its potential impact, a variety of groups from federal to local government, watershed authorities and industry were asked to share their involvement and thoughts on future use of the National Water Model forecasts.
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CitationKopp, Steve; Cline, Don; Miniat, Chelcy; Lucero, Carl; Rothlisberger, John; Levinson, David; Evett,Steve; Brusberg, Mark; Lowenfish, Martin; Strobel, Mike; Tschirhart, Wayne; Rindahl, Bruce; Holder, Scott; Ables, Matt . 2018. Perspectives on the National Water Model. AWRA Impact 20(1):10-11.
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