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Common Errors In Submittals. Digital Topographic Information (DTI) Watershed Evaluation (WE) Watershed Management Plan (WMP). Reviewers: Jezabel Pagan Terrell Wallace. Digital Topographic Information. Incomplete or empty metadata

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Common errors in submittals

Common Errors In Submittals

Digital Topographic Information (DTI)

Watershed Evaluation (WE)

Watershed Management Plan (WMP)

Reviewers:

Jezabel Pagan

Terrell Wallace


Digital topographic information

Digital Topographic Information

  • Incomplete or empty metadata

    • Use Federal Geographic Data Committee and SWFWMD metadata standards.

Refer to August 2002 SWFWMD G&S


Digital topographic information1

Digital Topographic Information

  • Naming Convention

    • Examples: Contour should be named ELEV and SYS_SCALE should be named SYS_SCAL

Refer to August 2002 SWFWMD G&S


Digital topographic information2

Digital Topographic Information

  • There are some areas where the DTMLINE, BOUND, and TIN Surface does not extend to the WATERSHED coverage

Refer to August 2002 SWFWMD G&S


Digital topographic information3

Digital Topographic Information

  • All DTM coverages shall be appropriately BUILT and have a FUZZY tolerance (in ArcGIS 9.1 version, XY tolerance) of .0001

Refer to August 2002 SWFWMD G&S


Watershed evaluation

Watershed Evaluation

Picture1

  • Missing or duplicated Hyd_id’s

    • Example for duplicated hyd_ids are represented in the pictures: 1(reaches) and 2 (nodes)

    • OK from Project Manager ONLY for using same Hyd_id for different structures sharing the same upstream and downstream nodes

Picture2

Refer to August 2002 SWFWMD G&S


Watershed evaluation1

Watershed Evaluation

  • All sub-basins should have at least one node associated with them.

Refer to August 2002 SWFWMD G&S


Watershed evaluation2

Watershed Evaluation

  • There are several subfolders in the TSDN that are missing or empty (e.g., QA_QC_Documentation, Certifications)

  • Reports should be verified from orthographic and grammar errors before submitting to the Southwest Florida Water Management District

  • All final reports should be signed and sealed, and scanned in a format that can be clearly verified or include a photocopy of it in the transmittal letter to the Project Manager

  • Each final submittal should have a signed/sealed certification letter

  • Run the topology for QA/QC purposes!

Refer to August 2002 SWFWMD G&S


Watershed management plan

Glass Wall

Watershed Management Plan

  • In cases where the floodplain stops creating a glass wall, please explain the reason why that happened and document the decision of showing the glass wall (i.e., floodplain stops on a road, please include data supporting this like road centerline elevations, etc)

Refer to August 2002 SWFWMD G&S


Watershed management plan1

Watershed Management Plan

  • Some floodplains are not mapped correctly in GIS (e.g. NB0087 should have been include in the flood boundary)

Refer to August 2002 SWFWMD G&S


Watershed management plan2

Watershed Management Plan

  • When using modeling software other than ICPR, make sure that the output includes graphs from all reaches and junctions to verify instabilities. If the amount of reaches and nodes is considerable, please use judgment to include in output enough quantity of graphs to support the model

  • Each submittal should include a TIN or raster image and the final submittal should include the DTM folder (when a floodplain is generated)

  • There are some relates that are setup incorrectly (e.g. Using REACHNAME and NODENAME to relate instead of HYD_IDs)

Refer to August 2002 SWFWMD G&S


Watershed management plan3

Watershed Management Plan

  • There are several subfolders in the TSDN that are missing or empty (e.g., QA_QC_Documentation, Certifications)

  • Reports should be verified from orthographic and grammar errors before submitting to the Southwest Florida Water Management District

  • All final reports should be signed and sealed, and scanned in a format that can be clearly verified or include a photocopy of it in the transmittal letter to the Project Manager

  • Each final submittal should have a signed/sealed certification letter

  • Run the topology for QA/QC purposes!

Refer to August 2002 SWFWMD G&S


Updated review check list

Updated Review Check List

WMP_Review_Checklist.xls

Refer to Review_Tips.xls


Updated review check list1

AOC

Updated Review Check List

  • Some inventory features are missing from network (arc). For example hyd_ids (072823_002,072823_003, 072823_004) are indicated as culverts in the inventory coverage but the reach that passed through it is a weir.

Refer to Review_Tips.xls


Updated review check list2

Updated Review Check List

Refer to Review_Tips.xls


Closing remarks

SWFWMD

Consultant

REJECTED!!

Closing Remarks

Refer to Review_Tips.xls


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