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  1. The synergy of vector based groundwater models And GIS geodatabase models CUAHSI Hydrologic Information System SymposiumMarch 9, 2005Austin, Texas Presented by: David R. Steward Kansas State University

  2. Groundwater HydrologyAgricultural Economics Geology Geography Sociology Biology Agronomy Political Science Agriculture Irrigation Information Technology David Steward KSUBob Buddemeier KUJeff Peterson KSUEric Bernard KSUJohn Keller KSU Jack OviattKSU John Harrington KSU Leonard Bloomquist John Blair KSU Walter Dodds KSU Steve Welch KSU Joseph Aistrup KSU Jim Koelliker KSU Gary Clark KSU Richard Chubb KSU Brownie Wilson KU Landscape Architecture/ Regional Community Planning Consortium for Global Research on Water-Based Economies (GRoWE) www.growe.ksu.edu David Steward, PhD.Kansas State University Department of Civil Engineering 2118 Fiedler Hall Manhattan, Kansas 66506-5000 U.S.A.785-532-1585 785-532-7717 Fax steward@ksu.edu Contact

  3. Consortium for Global Research on Water-Based Economies (GRoWE) Vision: “To help citizens, planning agencies and policy makers understand both the technical aspects of water management and the economic, social and natural system impacts of water management strategies.”

  4. Hydrogeology component of GRoWE Steward and Bernard, 2005 March 8, 2005 www.GRoWE.ksu.edu

  5. Hydrogeology: vector data (ArcCatalog) Model: raster Model: vector March 8, 2005 www.GRoWE.ksu.edu

  6. Analytic Element Method: vector based model PointLinePolygon Steward and Bernard, 2005 March 8, 2005 www.GRoWE.ksu.edu

  7. Vector data: Vector and raster models Steward, Le Grand and Bernard, 2005 March 8, 2005 www.GRoWE.ksu.edu

  8. Output Translator Groundwater Model Groundwater Geodatabase Translator Input Groundwater Model March 8, 2005 www.GRoWE.ksu.edu

  9. Vector based groundwater model: Manhattan, KS well field Steward, Le Grand and Bernard, 2005 March 8, 2005 www.GRoWE.ksu.edu

  10. AEMmodelofirrigated agriculture March 8, 2005www.GRoWE.ksu.edu

  11. Economic Model Output Output Translator Translator Groundwater Model Economic Data Groundwater Geodatabase Translator Translator Input Input Groundwater Model Economic Model March 8, 2005 www.GRoWE.ksu.edu

  12. Pumping Rates (Acre-feet/year) Crop Choices Vector groundwater and economic models Steward, Herrera and Peterson 2005 March 8, 2005 www.GRoWE.ksu.edu

  13. Conclusions: • Groundwater model based upon the Analytic Element Method: vector data needs • Object oriented: integrated with GIS geodatabase models To learn more: 5th International Conference on the Analytic Element Method, Kansas State University, May 16-19, 2006. March 8, 2005 www.GRoWE.ksu.edu