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A new open source platform for lowering the barrier for environmental web app development
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The interactive nature of web applications or "web apps" makes them a well-suited medium for conveying complex scientific concepts to lay audiences. Expand
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Tethys Platform: A Development and Hosting Platform for Water Resources Web Apps
Tethys Platform: A Development and Hosting Platform for Water Resources Web Apps Nathan R. Swain Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, BYU Doctor of Philosophy The interactive nature ofExpand
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A High‐Resolution National‐Scale Hydrologic Forecast System from a Global Ensemble Land Surface Model†
Abstract Warning systems with the ability to predict floods several days in advance have the potential to benefit tens of millions of people. Accordingly, large‐scale streamflow prediction systemsExpand
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A review of open source software solutions for developing water resources web applications
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We present a review of the free and open source GIS and web development software that can be used to address the needs of water resources web applications. Expand
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Tethys: A Software Framework for Web-Based Modeling and Decision Support Applications
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We have developed a software framework called Tethys to aid in the creation of web-based water resource modeling applications. Expand
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Simplifying the deployment of OGC web processing services (WPS) for environmental modelling - Introducing Tethys WPS Server
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This paper presents the development and testing of a ready-to-use WPS implementation called Tethys WPS Server, which provides a formalized way to expose web app functionality as standardized WPS alongside a web app's graphical user interface. Expand
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Spatial and Temporal Statistical Analysis of Water Quality Patterns in a Small Temperate Supply Reservoir
Twenty-four years (1984-2007) of spatial-temporal water quality data from three different sampling points at the surface were evaluated in Deer Creek Reservoir in Utah. The chosen sampling locationsExpand
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Essential GIS Technologies for Hydrologic Simulation Applications in Cloud Computing
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We review the current state of the art in GIS workflow systems that are compatible with scripting and cloud computing and water resources modeling applications. Expand
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Tethys: A Platform for Water Resources Modeling and Decision Support Apps
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Development of Sub-Seasonal Remote Sensing Chlorophyll-A Detection Models
Remote sensing techniques are proven methods for quantifying chlorophyll-a levels by inference algal concentrations in reservoirs. One traditional method is to use Landsat imagery and field data fromExpand
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