Hydrologic Analysis

An evaluation of the relationship between stream flow and the various components of the hydrologic cycle. The study can be as simple as determining the watershed size and average stream flow, or as complicated as developing a computer model to determine the relationship between peak flows and watershed characteristics, such as land use, soil type, slope, rainfall amounts, detention areas, and watershed size.

Source Of Description

http://www.michigan.gov/deq/0,1607,7-135-3313_3684_3724-57767--,00.html (No Longer Available)

Modeling Tools

Ecosystem Functions Model (HEC_EFM)

Restore

Riverware

Parent Categories

Models Sorted By Knowledge Domains

Water

Contributor

Serene Ong

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