Sept 24-26, 2012 - Boulder, CO, USA

Editors:   A.S. Donigian, AQUA TERRA Consultants
  Richard Field, US EPA (retired)
  Michael Baker Jr., Inc.

The articles for these proceedings are not peer-reviewed.

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Integrated Modeling for Stormwater Management and Source Water Protection, Fernando Pasquel and Henry Manguerra (Article)

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Stormwater Management for TMDLs in an Arid Climate: A Case Study Application of SUSTAIN in Albuquerque, New Mexico, John Riverson, Ryan Murphy, Leslie Shoemaker, Ariamalar Selvakumar, and Nelly Smith (Article)

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The Statewide Application of Hydrologic Simulation Program FORTRAN (HSPF) Models to Support the Business Needs of the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, Charles Regan and Timothy Larson (Article)

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Using Research Results to Constrain the Simulation of Sediment Processes within Hydrologic Simulation Program FORTRAN Models, Charles Regan and Jonathan Butcher (Article)

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A Distributed Watershed Hydrologic, Sediment, Nutrient Transport and Fate Model, Zhonglong Zhang, Billy E. Johnson, and Charles W. Downer (Article)

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Real Time High-Resolution Flood Forecasting System Using PCSWMM, EPA SWMM5 and NEXRAD Radar, Karen Finney and Rob James (Article)

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Software Support for Watershed Modeling: The BASINS Experience, Paul B. Duda (Article)

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Using a Watershed Model to Inform Decision Making in Southern Wisconsin, USA, Douglas R. Brugger and Kenneth W. Potter (Article)

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A Framework for Watershed Modeling & The Need for an Integrated Urban Water System Model, Larry A. Roesner (Article)

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Bottom-up Approaches to Optimize Urban Water Supply, Wastewater, Stormwater, Reuse, and Watershed Network Systems, James Heaney, Scott Knight, Ken Friedman, Miguel Morales, and John McCary (Article)

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Beyond the Desktop: Embedded Modeling and Cloud Based Real-Time Monitoring and Control, Marcus Quigley (Article)

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SWMM5/PCSWMM Integrated 1D-2D Modeling, Rob James, Karen Finney, Nandana Perera, Bill James, and Nelly Peyron (Article)

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Enabling Distributed Hydrologic Prediction through Radar Detection of Rainfall, Baxter E. Vieux (Article)

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The Right Answer for the Right Reason, Jerad Bales (Article)

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The Dialog between Field Scientist and Watershed Modeler, Jeff McDonnell and Jan Seibert (Article)

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The Future of Watershed Modeling, Rick Hooper (Article)

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Use of HSPF and SWAT Watershed Models for Climate Response Simulation, Jonathan Butcher, Saumya Sarkar, and Andrew Parker (Article)

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Improving Watershed Models through Stakeholder Involvement, Laura Weintraub (Article)

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Watershed Modeling for Impact Assessment on U.S. Military Installations, John C. Imhoff, Anthony S. Donigian, Patrick N. Deliman, Anurag Mishra, and Eileen C. Regan (Article)

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Modeling Urban Watersheds Impacted by CSOs and SSOs, Ted Burgess (Article)

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EPA SSOAP Toolbox – Evolution and Applications, Srini Vallabhaneni (Article)

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National Data – Linking Models and Data in Regional Applications, Paul R. Hummel and John L. Kittle, Jr. (Article)

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SUSTAIN: Urban Modeling Systems Integrating Optimization and Economics, Joong Gwang Lee and John Riverson (Article)

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WinSLAMM: Integrating Stormwater Management and Green Technologies, Robert Pitt (Article)

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Chesapeake Bay Watershed Model Evolution Over 30 Years, Lewis Linker and Gary Shenk (Article)

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Summary of Comments by Panelist William James, Bill James (Article)

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Watershed Model Development Within The US Army Corps of Engineers, Pat Deliman and Bill Scharffenberg (Article)

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USGS Watershed Model Evolution – RRM(1972) to GSFLOW(2012), George Leavesley and Steve Markstrom (Article)

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The History and Evolution of the EPA SWMM, Wayne Huber and Larry Roesner (Article)

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Conference Program, Anthony S. Donigian, Jr. and Richard Field (Article)