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Title : Modeling Surface-Flow Characteristics in Glaciated Landscapes
Company : Esri Users Group Conference
Date : 02-Sep-2009
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Featured Paper by Mary O'Neill, Janet Gritzner, Bruce Millett

The Prairie Pothole Region (PPR) of the US and Canada is characterized by thousands of shallow, water-filled depressions with sizes ranging from a fraction of a hectare to several square kilometers. The purpose of this work is to apply GIS hydrologic modeling techniques to further understanding of surface-flow characteristics of the PPR. High resolution digital elevation models are required to resolve subtle depressions of the low-lying landscape
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