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Imja Lake is one of the most studied lakes in the Himalaya as well as one of the most rapidly evolving glacial lakes in Nepal. Many researchers have studied the lake and the potential of a glacier lake outburst flood from the lake. One of the...
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A short field reconnaissance of the bayous at the head of Mission Lake and Guadalupe Bay was conducted by the author with the assistance of Mr. Jack Campbell on January 10, 2013. The purpose of this reconnaissance was to familiarize the author...
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A model was developed to assess the impact of a potential glacial lake outburst flood (GLOF) from Imja Lake in Nepal and its impact on downstream communities. Implications of proposed GLOF risk reduction alternatives, including one suggested by...
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The energy water nexus has attracted public scrutiny because of the concerns about their interdependence and the possibility for cascading vulnerabilities from one system to the other. There are trends toward more water-­‐intensive energy (such...
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One of the consequences of recent glacier recession is the formation and rapid growth of lakes formed at the snout of glaciers. One risk is that moraines damming these glacial lakes could fail releasing a huge volume of water and creating a...
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The multitude of data formats for storing river network, geometry, and flow data presents a challenge for the sharing of information both internally between software applications and externally between agencies. An analysis of existing software...
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Texas Water Resources Institute and the U.S. Geological Survey under Project 5903.
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