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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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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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The acute effects of various types of stretching static, dynamic, ballistic, and no stretch of the iliopsoas on 40-yard sprint times in recreational runners.
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE The potential adverse effects of static stretching on athletic performance are well documented, but still appears to be controversial, especially as they relates to sprinting.Expand
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A model for rural oncology.
Small rural hospitals in the United States have had challenging issues developing sustainable oncology programs. This is a report on the development of a successful rural oncology program. In 2006,Expand
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The acute effects of various types of stretching (static, dynamic, ballistic, and no stretch) of the iliopsoas on 40-yard sprint times in non-athletes
Background and Purpose: The potential adverse effects of static stretching on athletic performance are well documented, but still appears to be controversial, especially as they relates toExpand
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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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A Comprehensive Python Toolkit for Harnessing Cloud-Based High-Throughput Computing to Support Hydrologic Modeling Workflows
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A Comprehensive Python Toolkit for Harnessing Cloud-Based High-Throughput Computing to Support Hydrologic Modeling Workflows Scott D. Christensen Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, BYU Doctor of Philosophy Advances in water resources modeling are improving the information that can be supplied to support decisions that affect the safety and sustainability of society, but these advances result in models being more computationally demanding. Expand
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