Real-time flood management model for highland lake system.

O. Unver, Larry Mays, K. Lansey

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Abstract

A real time flood management (forecasting) model is developed for flood operation of the Lower Colorado River-Highland Lake System in Texas. This model combines techniques for one dimensional unsteady flow routing, rainfall runoff modelling, graphical display capability, and interactive software capability. Unsteady flow routing is performed using the United States National Weather Service DWOPER model. The model allows for specification of alternative future precipitation and river level scenarios and operationl controls in addition to real time river levels, reservoir levels, and rainfall.

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalWATER RESOUR. PLANN. & MANAGE. (ASCE)
Volume113
Issue number5 , Sep. 1987, p.620-638.
StatePublished - 1987
Externally publishedYes

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Lakes
natural disaster
Rivers
river
unsteady flow
lake
Unsteady flow
routing
management
Rain
rainfall-runoff modeling
Runoff
Display devices
scenario
weather
Specifications
software
rainfall
time

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  • Water Science and Technology

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Real-time flood management model for highland lake system. / Unver, O.; Mays, Larry; Lansey, K.

In: WATER RESOUR. PLANN. & MANAGE. (ASCE), Vol. 113, No. 5 , Sep. 1987, p.620-638., 1987.

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Unver, O, Mays, L & Lansey, K 1987, 'Real-time flood management model for highland lake system.', WATER RESOUR. PLANN. & MANAGE. (ASCE), vol. 113, no. 5 , Sep. 1987, p.620-638..
Unver, O. ; Mays, Larry ; Lansey, K. / Real-time flood management model for highland lake system. In: WATER RESOUR. PLANN. & MANAGE. (ASCE). 1987 ; Vol. 113, No. 5 , Sep. 1987, p.620-638.
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