Event Title

StreamStats

Presenter Information

Shane Wright

Location

ECC 303/305

Event Website

http://water.usu.edu/htm/conference/past-spring-runoff-conferences

Start Date

5-4-2007 11:30 AM

End Date

5-4-2007 11:50 AM

Description

StreamStats is an integrated Geographic Information System (GIS) application that uses ArcIMS, ArcSDE, ArcGIS, and the ArcHydro Tools to make the process of computing streamflow statistics much faster, more accurate, and more consistent than previous manual methods. StreamStats incorporates (1) a map-based user interface for site selection (figure 1), (2) a database that provides streamflow statistics and other information for data-collection stations, (3) a GIS program that determines boundaries of the drainage basins for ungaged sites, measures the physical characteristics of the drainage basins, and solves regression equations to estimate streamflow statistics for the sites, and (4) a GIS database needed to display maps and determine the physical characteristics of the drainage basins. When implemented for individual states, users can obtain previously published streamflow statistics and other information for USGS datacollection stations by clicking on the station locations in the StreamStats user interface. Users also can obtain estimates of streamflow statistics and basin characteristics for ungaged sites by clicking on the site locations in the interface.

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StreamStats

ECC 303/305

StreamStats is an integrated Geographic Information System (GIS) application that uses ArcIMS, ArcSDE, ArcGIS, and the ArcHydro Tools to make the process of computing streamflow statistics much faster, more accurate, and more consistent than previous manual methods. StreamStats incorporates (1) a map-based user interface for site selection (figure 1), (2) a database that provides streamflow statistics and other information for data-collection stations, (3) a GIS program that determines boundaries of the drainage basins for ungaged sites, measures the physical characteristics of the drainage basins, and solves regression equations to estimate streamflow statistics for the sites, and (4) a GIS database needed to display maps and determine the physical characteristics of the drainage basins. When implemented for individual states, users can obtain previously published streamflow statistics and other information for USGS datacollection stations by clicking on the station locations in the StreamStats user interface. Users also can obtain estimates of streamflow statistics and basin characteristics for ungaged sites by clicking on the site locations in the interface.

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