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  1. PEGASUS (Predicting Ecosystem Goods And Services Using Scenarios)

    03 Dec 2021 | Tools | Contributor(s): Lan Zhao, Carol Song, Larry Biehl

    A GEOSHARE tool for conducting live simulations using PEGASUS (Predicting Ecosystem Goods And Services Using Scenarios)

  2. U2U Poster - Oct 2012

    03 Dec 2021 | Online Presentations

    This poster provides a general overview of the Useful to Usable (U2U) project. Anyone on the U2U team is welcome to present this poster at conferences or other venues. This hi-resolution pdf is ready for priting a 3 ft. (H) by 4 ft. (W) poster.

  3. U2U Poster - May 2012

    03 Dec 2021 | Online Presentations

    This poster provides a general overview of the Useful to Usable (U2U) project. Anyone on the U2U team is welcome to present this poster at conferences or other venues. This hi-resolution pdf is ready for priting a 3 ft. (H) by 4 ft. (W) poster.

  4. Effects of Drought on Water Quality in Streams

    03 Dec 2021 | Downloads

    A research poster presented at the DDAD2011 symposium. It describes the preliminary results of a study on drought impact on water quality conducted over the Massie Creek sub-watershed in Ohio. The Messie Creek data is now available on DRINET and access is through the iDATA tool.Rashad Riley1,...

  5. DURI Summer Intern Project: Drought related data and tools: development and integration

    03 Dec 2021 | Downloads

    A poster presented at the DURI student recognition luncheon, July 28, 2011. Yuan Xia, a junior from Computer Science, Purdue University, completed his summer internship with the Scientific Solutions group at RCAC. He helped integrated various maps and datasets into the DRINET. The live page can...

  6. U2U Overview Presentation

    03 Dec 2021 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Lan Zhao, Carol Song, Larry Biehl

    This PowerPoint presentation provides an overview of the Useful to Usable (U2U) research project. Last updated Nov. 1, 2011.

  7. U2U Poster - July 2011

    03 Dec 2021 | Online Presentations | Contributor(s): Lan Zhao, Carol Song, Larry Biehl

    This poster provides a general overview of the Useful to Usable (U2U) project. Anyone on the U2U team is welcome to present this poster at conferences or other venues. This hi-resolution pdf is ready for priting a 3 ft. (H) by 4 ft. (W) poster.Thank you to our University of Wisconsin colleagues...

  8. U2U Poster - July 2011

    03 Dec 2021 | Online Presentations

    This poster provides a general overview of the Useful to Usable (U2U) project. Anyone on the U2U team is welcome to present this poster at conferences or other venues. This hi-resolution pdf is ready for priting a 3 ft. (H) by 4 ft. (W) poster.Thank you to our University of Wisconsin colleagues...

  9. A seasonal-scale climatological analysis correlating spring tornadic activity with antecedent fall–winter drought in the southeastern United States

    03 Dec 2021 | Publications

    Using rain gauge and satellite-based rainfall climatologies and the NOAA Storm PredictionCenter tornado database (1952–2007), this study found a statistically significant tendency forfall–winter drought conditions to be correlated with below-normal tornado days the followingspring in north...

  10. A copula-based joint deficit index for droughts

    03 Dec 2021 | Publications

    Current drought information is based on indices that do not capture the joint behaviors of hydrologic variables. To address this limitation, the potential of copulas in characterizing droughts from multiplevariables is explored in this study. Starting from the standardized index (SI) algorithm, a...

  11. A spatio-temporal drought analysis for the Midwestern US

    03 Dec 2021 | Publications

    Droughts are prolonged abnormalities of moisture deficits that vary widely across temporal and spatial scales. Many hydrometeorologic variables are used to monitor the status of a drought. However, because of the dependence structure between all affecting variables under various temporal windows,...