Event Title

Self-Defining, Self-Organizing Systems of Hydrologic Models

Presenter Information

Aaron Byrd

Location

Eccles Conference Center

Event Website

http://water.usu.edu/

Start Date

4-3-2009 11:40 AM

End Date

4-3-2009 12:00 PM

Description

This presentation will define what is meant by a self-defining, self-organizing systems of hydrologic models, describe various needed components, and provide a vision of how and why they can be used. The purpose of these systems of models is to enable the evaluation of large-scale basins, such as the Illinois River Basin or the Minnesota River Basin. There are many fundamental water resource, flood protection, and environmental questions that we cannot currently address at this scale simply because it is overwhelming to try and model or understand each individual component of a very large system. Self-defining and self-organizing systems of models will enable the modeling of large-scale systems with much less work required.

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Apr 3rd, 11:40 AM Apr 3rd, 12:00 PM

Self-Defining, Self-Organizing Systems of Hydrologic Models

Eccles Conference Center

This presentation will define what is meant by a self-defining, self-organizing systems of hydrologic models, describe various needed components, and provide a vision of how and why they can be used. The purpose of these systems of models is to enable the evaluation of large-scale basins, such as the Illinois River Basin or the Minnesota River Basin. There are many fundamental water resource, flood protection, and environmental questions that we cannot currently address at this scale simply because it is overwhelming to try and model or understand each individual component of a very large system. Self-defining and self-organizing systems of models will enable the modeling of large-scale systems with much less work required.

https://digitalcommons.usu.edu/runoff/2009/AllAbstracts/34