2019 Summer Institute - Problem Statements
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This collection contains resources for each of the 2019 Summer Institute Problem Statements (PS). The PS are broken down into the Scaling Theme and the Coastal Theme. The Hydroinformatics and Computational Method Theme statements are mixed into the previously mentioned themes, as it addresses both Scaling and Coastal issues. The PS allow you to become more familiar with the SI themes and issues that may be explored within each.
Each PS will contain the following information:
Name for the hydroshare resource
Problem Statement: open-ended science question
Goal: within the SI
Larger Impact: beyond the SI
Approach: basic skills, models that may be used, etc.
Training opportunities: that will be learned at the SI
Supplementary Materials: papers, tutorials
What (or what types of) input data will be required?
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|Scaling Theme - National Water Model Predictions in the Critical Zone||CompositeResource||Danielle Tijerina||Public & Shareable||Open Access|
|Informatics Theme: Reproducible Modeling Environment||CompositeResource||David Blodgett||Public & Shareable||Open Access|
|Informatics Theme: Utilizing multiple sources of information for continuous topobathymetry.||CompositeResource||David Blodgett||Public & Shareable||Open Access|
|Coastal Theme - Inland Hydraulics & Coastal Coupling||CompositeResource||Danielle Tijerina||Public & Shareable||Open Access|
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