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Reports
Barton Springs Detailed Project Description
Vincent C. Tidwell, Thomas S. Lowry, Suzanne A. Pierce, William Cain, and Marcel M. Dulay

Presentations
Multi-Platform Decision Support System SAND20076-3029C [ppt 1.3mb]
Thomas S. Lowry, Vincent C. Tidwell, Suzanne Pierce, John M. Sharp, Marcel Dulay,
David Eaton, Michael Ciarleglio, Aliza Gold, Roy Jenevein, William Cain
World Environmental & Water Resources Council Annual Conference (2007)

Problem formulation: Recognizing attributes that lead to practical alternatives [ppt 10.7mb]
Suzanne A. Pierce
University of Texas at Austin, Jackson School of Geosciences (2006)

Defining tenable groundwater management [ppt 8.1mb]
Suzanne A. Pierce, Marcel Dulay, John Sharp, Thomas Lowry, & Vincent Tidwell
University of Texas at Austin, Jackson School of Geosciences (2006)

Integration of Spatially Aggregated Physical Process Models with Systems Dynamics Models to Assist the Decision Support Process [ppt 1.1mb]
Thomas S. Lowry, Vincent C. Tidwell, Suzanne Pierce, John M. Sharp, Marcel Dulay, David Eaton, Michael Ciarleglio, Aliza Gold, Roy Jenevein, William Cain
Geological Society of America Annual Meeting (2005)

Posters
Hydrogeologic Hypothesis Testing for Decision Support, Integrating Spatially Distributed Systems Dynamics Models With Groundwater Availability Models SAND2006-2402C [pdf 3.6mb]
Thomas S. Lowry, Vincent C. Tidwell, John M. Sharp, and Suzanne Pierce,
National Groundwater Association Conference (2006)

Related Papers
A parsimonious model for simulating flow in a karst aquifer [pdf 844kb]
Michael E Barrett, Randall J. Charbeneau
Journal of Hydrology 196 (1997) p. 47-65

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