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JEFF HEARD (1,2), DAVID TARBOTON (3), RAY IDASZAK (1,2), JEFF HORSBURGH (3), DAN AMES (4), ALEX BEDIG (5), ANTHONY M. CASTRONOVA (3), ALVA COUCH (5), PABITRA DASH (3), CUYLER FRISBY (4), TIAN GAN… Continue Reading
Recent droughts, population increases, and predicted climate change have emphasized the fragility of water resources and the need for water conservation within the state of North Carolina, USA. The… Continue Reading
Existing stormwater systems require significant investments to meet challenges imposed by climate change, rapid urbanization, and evolving regulations. There is an unprecedented opportunity to… Continue Reading
Abstract In-situ field monitoring networks generate vast quantities of continuous data can help to improve the design, management, operation and maintenance of Green Infrastructure (GI) systems.… Continue Reading
In this white paper, we will discuss the issue of data trust in hydrology, how data trust arises as a central theme in modeling hydrological objects, and what one can do to enable research by… Continue Reading