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tools:rhem [2012/07/30 17:43]
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 ==== Future Capabilities ==== ==== Future Capabilities ====
 • Parameter estimation procedures for the remaining infiltration,​ runoff, and erosion parameters, which include concentrated flow erodibilities and hydraulic friction factors are underway. Once these procedures are in place, the model will be capable of representing infiltration,​ runoff, and erosion on both undisturbed and disturbed rangeland hillslopes. • Parameter estimation procedures for the remaining infiltration,​ runoff, and erosion parameters, which include concentrated flow erodibilities and hydraulic friction factors are underway. Once these procedures are in place, the model will be capable of representing infiltration,​ runoff, and erosion on both undisturbed and disturbed rangeland hillslopes.
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 • Procedures will be developed to specifically execute model predictions for NRI data, such that a user may estimate runoff and erosion rates for single storms at NRI sites. • Procedures will be developed to specifically execute model predictions for NRI data, such that a user may estimate runoff and erosion rates for single storms at NRI sites.
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 • A risk assessment methodology will be developed that calculates the risk of various sized erosion events occurring at a site of interest in its current or assumed condition. • A risk assessment methodology will be developed that calculates the risk of various sized erosion events occurring at a site of interest in its current or assumed condition.
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 • The risk assessment methodology using return frequency storm values will be further refined to calculate the risk of various sized erosion events occurring at a site of interest in its current or assumed condition. • The risk assessment methodology using return frequency storm values will be further refined to calculate the risk of various sized erosion events occurring at a site of interest in its current or assumed condition.
  
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