Case Study Talks to be Presented on July 20, 2017

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Five case study talks will be presented on the calibrated Integrated Northern Tampa Bay (INTB) model at the 31st Environmental Permitting Summer School on July 20, 2017 (Session HH). The INTB model is based on the Integrated Hydrologic Model code. Presentation topics will include minimum flows for rivers, streamflow MFL uncertainty due to rainfall, influence of global circulation model output for rainfall and potential evapotranspiration on future hydrology, optimization of spatial and temporal distribution of well pumping for environmental recovery, delivery system reliability for a large public water supply utility, and water supply planning. Presenters include staff from Tampa Bay Water, the Southwest Florida Water Management District, and INTERA, Inc., and faculty from the University of Florida.

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