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CUAHSI Hydrologic Information SystemStatus Review, July 28, 2004


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Agenda

  • Review the work of thefive project partners

    • CUAHSI (Rick Hooper, Jon Duncan)

    • San Diego Supercomputer Center (John Helly, ….)

    • University of Texas (David Maidment, …)

    • University of Illinois (Praveen Kumar ….)

    • Drexel University (Michael Piasecki…)

  • Involving the collaborators: V. Lakshmi, X. Liang, Y. Liang, U. Lall, L. Poff, K. Reckhow, D. Tarboton, I. Zaslavsky, C. Zheng

  • HIS review meetings

    • SDSC (August 12-13) – technical detail

    • Logan (August 23) – user needs assessment


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Agenda

  • Review the work of thefive project partners

    • CUAHSI (Rick Hooper, Jon Duncan) – meeting with NSF today

    • San Diego Supercomputer Center (John Helly, ….)

    • University of Texas (David Maidment, …)

    • University of Illinois (Praveen Kumar,...)

    • Drexel University (Michael Piasecki,…)


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Agenda

  • Review the work of thefive project partners

    • CUAHSI (Rick Hooper, Jon Duncan) – Neuse HO report status

    • San Diego Supercomputer Center (John Helly, ….)

    • University of Texas (David Maidment, …)

    • University of Illinois (Praveen Kumar ….)

    • Drexel University (Michael Piasecki…)


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Agenda

  • Review the work of thefive project partners

    • CUAHSI (Rick Hooper, Jon Duncan) – Neuse HO report status

    • San Diego Supercomputer Center (John Helly, ….)

    • University of Texas (David Maidment, …)

    • University of Illinois (Praveen Kumar ….)

    • Drexel University (Michael Piasecki…)


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UT Update

  • General issues

  • Landscape characterization for HO Design

  • Flux algebra for surface water systems

  • XML for interchange of groundwater objects


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Science Tools Corporation

  • http://sciencetools.com/

  • work with NASA and other institutions integrating databases for scientific purposes

  • Chief Scientist is Richard Troy – he wants to explore potential of working with CUAHSI

  • Commercial system that operates over Oracle, SQL/Server,…

  • Company is based in Oakland, CA


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GenScn

  • A tool for generation and analysis of model simulation scenarios for watersheds

  • Incorporated in EPA Basins system

  • Produced by AquaTerra in Decatur, GA

  • Handles lots of different time series types


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Suwannee River Watershed Data

  • Contact from Wendy Graham (former Vice-Chair of HIS Committee)

  • Offering data for consideration in HIS data model

  • How to discuss this in Logan?


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UT Update

  • General issues

  • Landscape characterization for HO Design

  • Flux algebra for surface water systems

  • XML for interchange of groundwater objects


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Landscape Characterization for HO Design

  • Idea suggested by Larry Band at the end of our call on July 14

    • have a set of rules for defining subdivisions of the landscape using orders of magnitude of catchment size, type of land use, etc

    • need to work with LIDAR as well as regular DEM

    • define points at outlets of these catchments as potential gage sites


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EDNA-Elevation Derivatives for National Application


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Pfaffstetter Basins

9 basins divided into 99 basins divided into 999 basins


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Email from Larry Band

In this case the emphasisis on first retrieving all catchments of a certain size (or range of

> sizes) developed by specifying threshold areas or perhaps other

> criteria for identifying first order catchments. Likely this would

> actually be area as we are less interested in knowing precisely where

> channelized flow begins as identifying characteristics of catchments

> of specified drainage areas. In response to a set of scientific

> questions or hypotheses dealing with scaling issues, we may specify we

> need to gauge X streams for each of 5 orders of magnitude of drainage

> area that satisfy a set of selection criteria. You're correct that

> the procedure would select the set of candidate sites, from which a

> final set would need to be chosen.

>

> The rules can be quite simple, such as 1. all catchments with > 20%

> impervious cover (assuming we have an impervious surface layer), or

> more complex such as 2. all catchments with > 80% forest in a

> specified riparian buffer. It could also include topographic

> characteristics including extent and development of floodplain using

> some of the indices John Gallant has recently introduced. You're also

> correct that this can be a complex problem specifically with lidar

> data due to the size of the dataset and also the lack of elevation

> data in open water, and the potential apparent drainage disruption due

> to infrastructure. My impression is that most or at least many

> hydrologists who can carry out this type of activity with standard USGS DEM would have difficulty

> handling the lidar data. Most software packages cannot handle the

> data volumes. I raised this as a question regarding whether this

> would be an efficient use of the HIS groups time and abilities, or

> whether this is too specific an application and should be left to the

> individual HO. Their ability to handle these and similar problems may

> be a good attribute to consider in the proposals.


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UT Update

  • General issues

  • Landscape characterization for HO Design

  • Flux algebra for surface water systems

  • XML for interchange of groundwater objects


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Mass Balancing

A South Florida Basin

Flow In

Rain

ET

Flow Out

Flow Out

What volume of water is stored within this basin?


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Process

Horizontal

Inflow

Horizontal

Outflow

#1

Horizontal

Outflow

#2

Select Time Series

Related to Basin

Vertical

Inflow

Vertical

Outflow

Hydrologic Data

Model

Add to

Calculate a

Net Flow

Cumulative

Horizontal

Storage

Cumulative

Vertical

Storage

Cumulative

Total

Storage

Net

Horizontal

Inflow

Net

Vertical

Inflow

Net

Total

Inflow

Integrate

To Calculate

A Storage


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Daily Averaged Vertical Fluxes


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Daily Averaged Horizontal Flow Rates


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Daily Averaged Net Flow Rates


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Cumulative Storage Since Nov. 1, 2001


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Complications to Process

Extracting time series

Need ability to query a large database to extract relevant time series for one or more discrete watersheds

Dimensions Conversions

Need spatial and temporal integration

Units Conversions

Need unit conversions

Discrete-Continuous Time

Need a spatiotemporal referencing system (TGIS)


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UT Update

  • General issues

  • Landscape characterization for HO Design

  • Flux algebra for surface water systems

  • XML for interchange of groundwater objects


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Creating a 3D model of the subsurface

Stratigraphy from the North Carolina database (tabular), imported into ArcGIS


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Importing borehole data to GMS

Data is imported from GIS into GMS (Groundwater Modeling System)


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Solid model

Solids are generated in GMS using the Horizons method

Contacts are assigned horizons (from bottom to top) and then solids are created by interpolating a surface for each horizon extruding downward.


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Solid model in GIS

The solid model is read back into ArcGIS through an XML file


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Transfer of the solid model via XML

  • Solids can be represented as a set of vertices and triangles

  • Each vertex has a x, y, and z coordinates

  • Each triangle is constructed of three vertices


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Storing solids in an XML file

Solids represented as a set of vertices and triangles

Vertices

Triangles


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Full process

Interpolation in external software

(for example GMS)

Stratigraphy information in a spatial database

Back to spatial database

Store solids in XML


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Agenda

  • Review the work of thefive project partners

    • CUAHSI (Rick Hooper, Jon Duncan) – Neuse HO report status

    • San Diego Supercomputer Center (John Helly, ….)

    • University of Texas (David Maidment, …)

    • University of Illinois (Praveen Kumar ….) – Praveen is overseas…

    • Drexel University (Michael Piasecki…)


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The Modelshed Framework

Update July 28, 04


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What is a Modelshed?

  • A volumetric spatial (GeoVolume?) model unit, registered in three dimensions by a GIS, with which time-varying data, model fluxes, spatial relationships and descriptive metadata are associated


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What can the Modelshed Framework do?

  • Store data for diverse spatio-temporal applications & phenomena

  • A generalized 4D data model for environmental science

  • Addresses issues of scale, heterogeneity, and resolution

  • Build on top of existing data models (e.g. ArcHydro) to leverage existing data structures and tools

  • Establish new relationships

  • Models environmental fluxes

  • Connects raster data and numerical models with object-relational data models


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Modelshed UML


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Timeseries UML


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Flux UML


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AreaLink UML


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OrthogonalLink UML


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Applications: Helping Raster & Vector Talk

  • How can continuous data in rasters be related to database objects?

    • Summarize the data using statistics, aggregated by overlapping Modelshed areas

    • Statistics are stored as indexed data records

    • Modelsheds can be physically meaningful, like watersheds

    • This process can be automated for a large number of rasters


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Applications: Helping Raster & Vector Talk


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Applications: Automating data management with the Modelshed Tools

  • The ModelShed Tools automate some database tasks:

    • Adding new descriptive indexes

    • Building the index of raster datasets

    • Automatically processing a timeseries of raster datasets based on areas in the database, and ingesting the statistical data into the database

    • Building AreaLink tables

  • ModelShed Tools are an extension to ArcGIS 8, and use ArcGIS Spatial Analyst geoprocessing routines


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Dynamic Features

  • Supports database features that move and change in time

  • The full range of Modelshed features are still supported, including vertical indexing, flux links, and area links.

  • A parallel UML structure for static and dynamic features


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Dynamic Features in Time


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Applications 2: ILRDB

  • A prototype geodatabase of the Illinois River Basin using the Modelshed geodata model

  • Combining base hydrography from the NHD / ArcHydroUSA database with supercomputer-generated regional climate data, remote sensing data, land use data, and multi-layer soils data

  • A proof of concept for study using a much more extensive multi-disciplinary integrated database


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Illinois River Basin Database (ILRDB)


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Studying the relationships between large-scale phenomena and hydrology using the ILRDB

  • Climate simulation precipitation and humidity data is modeled along with NDVI vegetation and surface hydrology

  • Query-based analysis is used to analyze the relationships between these datasets


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Agenda

  • Review the work of thefive project partners

    • CUAHSI (Rick Hooper, Jon Duncan) – Neuse HO report status

    • San Diego Supercomputer Center (John Helly, ….)

    • University of Texas (David Maidment, …)

    • University of Illinois (Praveen Kumar ….) – Praveen is overseas…

    • Drexel University (Michael Piasecki…)


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Drexel ProgressCUAHSI

July 28 2004


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Controlled Vocabulary for the Neuse River Basin

ONTOLOGIES

Stream Gauges

Datums

Site Types

Counties

Agencies

Soil Types *

Municipal Wells *

Units *

http://loki.cae.drexel.edu/~how/cuahsi/2004/07/neuse-station.owl

* In progress


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MTF and MIF files based on ISO-19115

MTF Available in the Web : Version 01 based on ISO:19115

http://loki.cae.drexel.edu/~how/cuahsi/2004/07/cuahsi_v01.mtf

Example for municipal wells… end of this week. Controlled vocabularies will be used to annotate the values


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Agenda

  • Review the work of thefive project partners

    • CUAHSI (Rick Hooper, Jon Duncan)

    • San Diego Supercomputer Center (John Helly, ….)

    • University of Texas (David Maidment, …)

    • University of Illinois (Praveen Kumar ….)

    • Drexel University (Michael Piasecki…)

  • Involving the collaborators: V. Lakshmi, X. Liang, Y. Liang, U. Lall, L. Poff, K. Reckhow, D. Tarboton, I. Zaslavsky, C. Zheng

  • HIS review meetings

    • SDSC (August 12-13) – technical detail

    • Logan (August 24) – user needs assessment


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Agenda

Involving the collaborators: V. Lakshmi, X. Liang, Y. Liang, U. Lall, L. Poff, K. Reckhow, D. Tarboton, I. Zaslavsky, C. Zheng

  • Development of concept papers for particular areas of HIS

    • LeRoy Poff: an assessment of needs for an HIS to support aquatic ecology……

    • Manu Lall: a survey of methodology for statistical space-time interpretation of data……

    • We have a draft of a written scopes for Manu’s paper and it has been reviewed by the group


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Agenda

  • HIS review meetings

    • SDSC (Thursday, Friday, August 12-13) – technical detail on HIS development especially on metadata definition http://cuahsi.sdsc.edu/

    • Logan (Monday, August 23) – Status report on HIS project and assessment of user needs for HIS in the hydrologic observatories http://www.usu.edu/water/cuahsi

  • CUAHSI will provide travel funds for HIS project PI’s and collaborators to travel to one of these meetings


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