Hydrology of a Dynamic Earth A Decadal Research Plan for Hydrologic Science


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Experience from the CUAHSI Hydrologic Information Systems project has shown that a multi-phase approach is needed to move from concept to a community facility. The conceptual phase must be followed up by a pilot phase to scope a project more precisely and to determine the best approach to delivering a service. The pilot phase is then followed by a developmental phase when the specific tools and services are “hardened” by testing them with a limited clientele to ensure reliability and operational readiness to serve the community. Only then have the necessary attributes of an operational community service been fully defined. This science plan summarizes the results of these interim community planning efforts.

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(Admin), H. (2022). Hydrology of a Dynamic Earth A Decadal Research Plan for Hydrologic Science, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/d1f9b35f148b4346b68c1ab9015221e8

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