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Free Web Seminar - Spatial Hydrologic Modeling of Multiple Scenarios using GSSHA & WMS

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Aquaveo Web Seminar

Spatial Hydrologic Modeling of Multiple Scenarios using GSSHA & WMS

Date and Time:

Thursday, May 21, 2009

10 AM PDT

11 AM MDT

12 PM CDT

1 PM EDT

Length: 1 Hour Cost: FREE

Space is limited - Register Now at http://www.aquaveo.com/webinarregistration

About GSSHA

The Gridded Surface Subsurface Hydrologic Analysis (GSSHA) model is a 2D hydrologic model that can be used to model basic watershed rainfall/runoff processes. GSSHA can also be used to model more advanced watershed processes such as wetland hydraulics, sediment erosion/deposition, spatially varying precipitation (RADAR rainfall), long-term simulation, and groundwater flow. Learn more about GSSHA here.

Why Spatial (2D) Modeling?

Recently, many advances have occurred in the availability and usability of tools for building and running spatially distributed (2D) hydrologic models. Traditional "lumped parameter" models only allow you to view the effects of changes in your watershed at the most downstream point of each sub-basin. 2D models afford better decision making capability since they allow you to view the effects of changes, such as a land use change or the addition of a wetland, at any point in your watershed. The Watershed Modeling System (WMS), a graphical user interface to several watershed models, allows you to set up a simple 2D hydrologic model with virtually the same amount of work that is required to set up a lumped parameter model.

What You Will Learn

In this webinar, you will learn about how you can use GSSHA to model the spatial impact of land use changes, lakes and wetlands, hydraulic structures, and precipitation on hydrology. You will learn how to use WMS to modify an existing GSSHA model to determine the impact of these watershed changes on runoff. You will see a live demonstration on how to modify your model in WMS, run several alternative watershed scenarios in sequence, and view the results of each scenario.

We hope that you will be able to attend this webinar and learn about these new tools that are now available to build and run 2D hydrologic models.

Who should attend? Hydrologists and engineers interested in the latest modeling tools available, both those who are experienced with GSSHA and/or WMS and those who are not.

Hosted by: The US Army Corps of Engineers, Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC), Vicksburg, MS

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Learn more today at: http://www.aquaveo.com/wms

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ough, i do really sorry to missed it.

would you mind to share the material for that seminar?

I've just read the topic by now. So sad..

anyway, when will the next webseminar held?

thank you

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oh, ya..

i found them.

thank you very much Chris,

Regards,

ida

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