Minimizing impracticality of complex modeling via web service execution within a cloud-based platform
Assessing the stability of stream banks is an important issue for those living within a floodplain, participating in activities such as hunting, rafting, and fishing, and for transporting water from one place to another safely. A stream’s stability is influenced by frequency and magnitude of streamflow, particle size, sediment transport, bed slope, and depth of the water (Allen, P.M., Arnold, J.G., Stinchcomb, 2012). Streams of all sizes adapt to streamflow regimes by continually altering channel properties such as channel’s shape and channel depth. As a result, assessing stream stability requires ...
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Ditty, Jeffrey Kwon
Arabi, Mazdak; Allen, Peter