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  1. Rearrange the edit parameters windows (for example, the window that comes up when double clicking on a basin with HEC-HMS set as the model). There is a ton of unused space on the right side of the top area (Display options) of this screen that could be utilized to display the different groups of parameters side by side. For example, the Loss Rate Method group could be in the upper left, the Transform group could be to the right of that, and the Base Flow group to the far right. This would allow the user to see more things without having to scroll down as much. -from Todd Wood
  2. Hello, I am trying to model impact of beaver dams on a watershed. To do this, I am planning to use HEC HMS, with anthropogenic dams as proxies for beaver dams. However, I would need to enter on the order of 1500 - 2000 dams (or more) to cover the entire watershed. For obvious reasons, this would be tedious to do individually per dam. Does anyone know of a method to simultaneously import large numbers of reservoir elements into HEC, perhaps with a GIS layer (which I have), or another method? Thanks for your help! Sincerely, Alexandre Caillat Masters Candidate, 2014 Bren School of Environmental Science & Management University of California, Santa Barbara acaillat@bren.ucsb.edu
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