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1. A Coupled Surface Water and Ground-Water Model to Simulate Past, Present, and Future Hydrologic Conditions in DOI Managed Lands [USGS_SOFIA_coupled_sw-gw_model]
This project has two objectives: 1) update and reconfigure the Flow and Transport in a Linked Overland/Aquifer Density-Dependent System (FTLOADDS) modeling code to include all version modifications ...


2. Vegetation Map of the SICS area [USGS_SOFIA_vegmap]
The map shows the 8-class vegetation cover developed from Landsat TM data used for the SICS area. This map was created specifically for surface-water flow velocity indexing within hydrodynamic models ...


3. South Florida Landscape Dynamics [USGS_SOFIA_landchar_rs_04]   CHILD DIFs
As a general strategy, collaborative efforts with specialists in various aspects of the Everglades are combined with our knowledge of remote sensing, our development of statistical and geographic ...


4. Ground Water Flow and Transport for the SICS and TIME Models [USGS_SOFIA_gw_flow_trans_TIME]
The objective of this project is to develop a numerical groundwater flow model that can be used with the TIME surface water model to quantify and predict flows and salinities in the coastal wetlands ...


5. TIME and SICS modeling of surface water and interactions with ground water [USGS_SOFIA_swain_gwsw_flow_trans_04]
This project focuses on the implementation, verification, and validation of a system of coupling numerical models to represent the interaction between the ground-water and surface-water systems in ...


6. TIME data sets [USGS_SOFIA_time_datasets]   CHILD DIFs
This is a historical archive of TIME data from the past several years. No new data is being added on a regular basis, though archived data will be available for the forseeable future. Data for NOAA ...


7. Tides and Inflows in the Mangrove Ecotone (TIME) Model Development [USGS_SOFIA_TIME_04]
The Tides and Inflows in the Mangrove Ecotone (TIME) project entails a study of the transition region using a coupled surface-water/groundwater model and the collection and analysis of data in support ...


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