2009 Kentucky Water Resources Annual Symposium

Event Title

Session 1B

Document Type

Presentation

Start Date

3-2-2009 9:45 AM

Description

  • Kohonen Self Organizing Map for Analyzing Rainfall and Inflow Patterns with Indiana Reservoir Sites, Chandra Viswanathan and Nimisha Gupta, Dept Civil Engineering, Purdue University Calumet, Hammond, IN
  • Watershed Clustering Based on Geomorphic and Human Induced Landscape Modifications: A Central Kentucky Example, Brian Lee, Angela Schörgendorfer, and Collin Linebach, College of Agriculture, UK
  • “True Relief”? Asynchronous Topographic Change Detection and Concomitant Land Cover and Hydrologic Implications, Demetrio Zourarakis, Kentucky Division of Geographic Information
  • Cumulative Impacts Assessments for 404 Mining Permits, A Watershed Approach, J. Steven Gardner, Engineering Consulting Services, Inc., Lexington, KY

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Mar 2nd, 9:45 AM

Session 1B

  • Kohonen Self Organizing Map for Analyzing Rainfall and Inflow Patterns with Indiana Reservoir Sites, Chandra Viswanathan and Nimisha Gupta, Dept Civil Engineering, Purdue University Calumet, Hammond, IN
  • Watershed Clustering Based on Geomorphic and Human Induced Landscape Modifications: A Central Kentucky Example, Brian Lee, Angela Schörgendorfer, and Collin Linebach, College of Agriculture, UK
  • “True Relief”? Asynchronous Topographic Change Detection and Concomitant Land Cover and Hydrologic Implications, Demetrio Zourarakis, Kentucky Division of Geographic Information
  • Cumulative Impacts Assessments for 404 Mining Permits, A Watershed Approach, J. Steven Gardner, Engineering Consulting Services, Inc., Lexington, KY