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Number of items: 17
Date joined: Aug 23 2016

Samuel Austin's Work

#1

Urban Stream Rainfall

A simple example of streamflow response to rainfall and basin percent urban area.
sim437 runs
rainfall-runoff modeling simulation urban peak-flow streamflow
#2

Estimating Fluid Flow Using Darcys Law

A simple model using Darcy's law to estimate fluid flow through porous material over a fixed distanc ... Read more
A simple model using Darcy's law to estimate fluid flow through porous material over a fixed distance.
sim90 runs
Darcy’s Law hydrology groundwater laminar flow fluid mechanics
#3

Sediment Motion In Streams And Rivers

An illustration of bed sediment motion in streams and rivers using equations developed by Shields an ... Read more
An illustration of bed sediment motion in streams and rivers using equations developed by Shields and Strickler.
sim100 runs
Shields sediment motion fluvial geomorphology sediment transport hydraulic geometry hydrology
#4

Peak-Flow Regional Regression Calculator Demonstration

Demonstration of a tool for calculating peak-streamflows.
sim63 runs
peak-flow streamflow
#5

Drought Management Test Model

A model simulating drought management response.
sim40 runs
#6

Peak-Flow Regional Regression Calculator Demonstration 2

A demonstration of peak-flow regional regression calculations in Virginia
sim38 runs
streamflow hydrology flood peakflow
#7

New England MLLR Example 1

An example summer month hydrological drought probability estimate based on winter month streamflows.
sim26 runs
hydrology probability drought
#8

New England MLLR Example 2

An example summer month hydrological drought probability estimate based on winter month streamflows.
sim19 runs
hydrology probability drought
#9

New England MLLR Example 3

An example summer month hydrological drought probability estimate based on winter month streamflows.
sim29 runs
hydrology probability drought
#10

Nottoway River Flow Random Sampling Tool

This interface provides sampling of, and access to, Nottoway River flow data.
sim19 runs
hydrology water
#11

Chesapeake Bay Estimated Streamflow Test Model

A beta test interface depicting streamflow entering the Chesapeake Bay.
sim128 runs
Environment Biology Science Ecology hydrology
#12

Nottoway River at Seabrell Threshold Flow Probability and Time Under Load v1

A beta test model describing threshold flow probability and time under load, Nottoway River near Sea ... Read more
A beta test model describing threshold flow probability and time under load, Nottoway River near Seabrell, Virginia. All data are experimental, provisional, subject to revision, and will change
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Environment Ecology hydrology water
#13

test 1

Testing the new interface.
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#14

Deck 1

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#15

test

test stella professional
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#16

budget

test model
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#17

Samtemp01162020

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