Subcommittee on Hydrology
Second Federal Interagency Hydrologic Modeling
|New observations and data for Hydrologic Modeling||Uncertainty estimates for data, parameters and results|
|Instrumentation to support Hydrologic Modeling in the 21st Century||Model Sensitivity Analysis and Error Estimates|
|Evaluation of Hydrologic Models by Regime and Climate||Advances in Model Calibration Techniques|
|Standards for Hydrologic Data||Remote Sensing/GIS Applications|
|Agency Specific Hydrologic Modeling Practices||Data Sharing Information Management Automation|
|Research versus Operations Needs in Hydrologic Modeling||Environmental River Management|
|Documenting Quality of Hydrologic Data||Flood Hydrology|
|Establishing Standards for the Evaluation of Hydrologic Models||Case Studies of Interagency Cooperation in Hydrologic Modeling|
|Error Propagation for Hydrologic Models||Models Modeling of Major River Systems|
|Identifying Model Parameters||Landscape Erosion, Sediment Transport|
|Sustaining River Environments||Modeling Water Quality Transport Processes|
|Using Models in Developing TMDL's||Modeling Dam Decommissioning|
MODEL DEMONSTRATION: An evening session for up to 40 demonstrations will be offered. Individuals wishing to take part in these demonstrations will be required to furnish their own computers and software. In lieu of a formal paper, individuals wishing to participate in these demonstrations will be required to prepare an extended abstract for publication in the proceedings
WORKSHOPS: Several major topics will be chosen from the subjects listed above for the development of mini-workshops. Papers will be given on these subjects; a discussion and recommendation period will follow. These workshops will give participants the opportunity to influence and make recommendations concerning ways to close the gap currently recognized in model development and implementation.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Federal, State, and local agency personnel, consultants, academicians, and researchers involved in the development and/or implementation of surface water quantity and quality models. Also, individuals involved in decision making that depend upon data developed by these hydrologic based models. Individuals from outside of the United States are encouraged to present papers at the Conference.
Papers and computer demonstrations that address the theme of the conference and directly support the responsibilities and missions of the Federal Agencies will be given preference. Federal agency authors wishing to present papers and/or participate in the computer demonstration are requested to submit an abstract of not more than 500 words to their hydrology Subcommittee Representative (for SOH Reps. list see http://water.usgs.gov/wicp/acwi/hydrology/hydrol_members.html). All other authors should submit their abstracts to Don Frevert or George Leavesley at the addresses below. Abstracts are due by November 30, 2001. Indicate which topic area the paper is to be considered for and whether it is to be an oral presentation or a computer demonstration or both. Authors are encouraged to submit their abstract via email. Authors will be notified of paper selection and provided with formal instructions by December 30, 2001. Final papers are due by March 30, 2002. Senior authors are responsible for obtaining approval of their papers by their organizations prior to final submission.
Arlen Feldman, Conference Chair; COE, Hydrologic Engineering Center, 609 Second Street, Davis, CA 95616, 530-756-1104, Fax 530-756-8250, firstname.lastname@example.org
Doug Glysson, Operations Chair; USGS, 412 National Center Reston, VA, 20192, 703/648-5019, Fax 703/648-5722, email@example.com
Don Frevert, Co-Technical Program Chair; USBR, P.O. Box 25007 M/C D-8510, Lakewood, CO 80225, 303/445-2473, Fax 303/445-6351, firstname.lastname@example.org
George Leavesley, Co-Technical Program Chair, USGS, Box 25046, MS 412, Lakewood, CO 80225, 303-236-5026, Fax 303/236-5034, email@example.com
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