WMS:  An Environmental Application for Mn

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What is WMS?. WMS = Watershed Modeling SystemIt is a comprehensive and integrated hydrologic modeling program Extracts hydrologic model inputAutomated modeling toolsApply graphical user interfaceModel output in various forms. What is WMS?. Developed by the Environmental Modeling Research Labora

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1. WMS: An Environmental Application for Mn/DOT 2006 MN GIS/LIS Conference October 5, 2006 Valerie K. R. Svensson

2. What is WMS? WMS = Watershed Modeling System It is a comprehensive and integrated hydrologic modeling program Extracts hydrologic model input Automated modeling tools Apply graphical user interface Model output in various forms

3. What is WMS? Developed by the Environmental Modeling Research Laboratory of Brigham Young University U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Waterways Experiment Station

4. How WMS Is Used? Delineate Watersheds / Sub watersheds Quad Maps Watershed Maps LIDAR Land Surveys Develop hydrologic models Cut Cross Sections Examine Hydraulic Properties

5. How WMS Is Used? Compute hydrologic parameters Composite Curve Numbers Infiltration Parameters Runoff Coefficients Produce hydrographs Detention Basin Analysis Detention Basin Design Storage Curves Routing

6. How WMS Is Used? Generate reports Summaries of Analysis River modeling Floodwater predictions Routing Scenario Planning Urban planning

7. Watershed Delineation Create, merge and manipulate terrain data Automatically subdivide watershed Automatically compute hydrologic parameters Manipulate stream networks Overrides based on watershed knowledge

8. Watershed Delineation

9. Watershed Delineation

10. Using WMS Tools

11. WMS Computations

12. Detention Basin Analysis/Design

13. Evaluating Peak Flow

14. Using WMS Information

15. River Modeling

16. Floodplain Delineation

17. Floodwater Prediction

18. Floodwater Prediction

19. Using WMS Information Developing Reports Comparing Results SCS HEC-RAS, HEC -1 TR-20, TR-55 Evaluating Methods Identifying Limitations

20. WMS Benefits Comprehensive Modular Integrated Flexible Compatible Automated Visual

21. WMS For more Information: www.ems-i.com/WMS Questions / Comments?

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