USGS - science for a changing world

South Carolina Water Science Center

  Home Information/data Projects Publications Drought Flood Nawqa About ListenpodcastsContactcontact

PUBLICATIONS

ABOUT THE SOUTH CAROLINA WSC

USGS IN YOUR STATE

USGS Water Science Centers are located in each state.

There is a USGS Water Science Center office in each State. Washington Oregon California Idaho Nevada Montana Wyoming Utah Colorado Arizona New Mexico North Dakota South Dakota Nebraska Kansas Oklahoma Texas Minnesota Iowa Missouri Arkansas Louisiana Wisconsin Illinois Mississippi Michigan Indiana Ohio Kentucky Tennessee Alabama Pennsylvania West Virginia Georgia Florida Caribbean Alaska Hawaii New York Vermont New Hampshire Maine Massachusetts South Carolina North Carolina Rhode Island Virginia Connecticut New Jersey Maryland-Delaware-D.C.

South Carolina Water Science Center Publications
Other Publications

The South Carolina Water Science Center publishes water-information reports on many topics and in many formats. From this Web page, you can locate, view, download, or order scientific and technical articles and reports as well as general interest publications such as booklets, fact sheets, pamphlets, and posters resulting from the research performed by our scientists and partners.

Conference Proceedings
The Role of Artificial Neural Network Models in Developing a Regional Wastewater Reclamation Facility for Beaufort, SC, USA, Conrads, P.A., Roehl, E.A., Jr., Martello, W., and Saxon, E., 2006. (PDF)
Transforming Large Databases Into Critical Knowledge Using Data Mining- Three Case Studies in South Carolina and Georgia, Conrads, P.A., Roehl, E.A., Jr., 2006. (PDF)
An Artificial Neural Network-Based Decision Support System to Evaluate Hydropower Releases on Salinity Intrusion, Conrads, P.A., Roehl, E.A., Jr.: 7th International Conference on Hydroinformatics, HIC 2006, Nice, France. (PDF)
Hydrologic Modeling Using Multivariate State Space Reconstruction, Roehl, E.A., Jr., Conrads, P.A.: 7th International Conference on Hydroinformatics, HIC 2006, Nice, France. (PDF)
Integrating 3D Hydrodynamic Transport and Ecological Plant Models of the Savannah River Estuary Using Artificial Neural Network Models, Daamen, R., Roehl, E.A., Jr., Conrads, P.A., and Kitchens, W.M.: 7th International Conference on Hydroinformatics, HIC 2006, Nice, France. (PDF)
Estimating Water Depths Using Artificial Neural Networks, Conrads, P.A., Roehl, E.A., Jr.: 7th International Conference on Hydroinformatics, HIC 2006, Nice, France. (PDF)
Features of Advanced Decision Support Systems for Environmental Studies, Management, and Regulation, Roehl, E.A., Jr., Daamen, R., and Conrads, P.A.: 7th International Conference on Hydroinformatics, HIC 2006, Nice, France. (PDF)
Using Artificial Neural Network Models to Integrate Hydrologic and Ecological Studies of the Snail Kite in the Everglades, USA, Conrads, P.A.; Roehl, E.A., Jr., Daamen, R., and Kitchens, W.M.: 7th International Conference on Hydroinformatics, HIC 2006, Nice, France. (PDF)
Development of an empirical model of a complex, tidally affected river using artificial neural networks, Conrads, P.A.; Roehl, E.A., Jr., and Martello, W.P.: National TMDL Science and Policy 2003 Specialty Conference
Estimating point-source impacts on the Beaufort River using Artificial Neural Network Models, Conrads, P.A.; Roehl, E.A., Jr., and Martello, W.P.: 2002 AWRA Spring Specialty Conference on Coast Water Resources
Estimation of tidal marsh loading effects in a complex estuary, Conrads, P.A.; Roehl, E.A. and Cook, J.B.: 2002 AWRA Spring Specialty Conference on Coast Water Resources
Living with a large reduction in permited loading by using a hydrograph-controlled release scheme, Conrads, P.A.; Martello, W.P. and Sullins, N.R
Real-time control of the salt front in a complex, tidally affected river basin, Roehl, E.A.,Jr., and Conrads, P.A.: ASME Conference, ANNIE 2000
Comparing physics-based and neural network models for simulatng salinity, temperature, and dissolved oxygen in a complex, tidally affected river basin, Conrads, P.A. and Roehl, E.A.,Jr.: South Carolina Environmental Conference, Myrtle Beach, March 15-16, 1999
Real-time control for matching wastewater discharges to the assimilative capacity of a complex, tidally affected river basin, Roehl, E.A.,Jr. and Conrads, P.A.: South Carolina Environmental Conference, Myrtle Beach, March 15-16, 1999
Diffusion Samplers as an Inexpensive Approach to Monitoring VOCs in Ground Water, Don A. Vroblesky and W. Thomas Hyde, Summer 1997 GWMR
Journal Articles
Chlorinated ethenes from ground-water in tree trunks (PDF), Environmental Science and Technology, Vol. 33, No. 3, 1999 (pages 510-515), Vroblesky, D.A.; Nietch, C.T. and Morris, J.T., 1999
Use of tree-ring chemistry to document historical ground-water contamination events (PDF), Ground Water, Vol. 28, No. 5, September-October 1990 (pages 677-684), Vroblesky, D.A., and Yanosky, T.M., 1990

Order USGS maps, products, and publications. Order USGS maps, products, and publications

USGS Home Water Climate Change Core Science Ecosystems Energy and Minerals Env. Health Hazards

Accessibility FOIA Privacy Policies and Notices

Take Pride in America logo USA.gov logo U.S. Department of the Interior | U.S. Geological Survey
URL: http://sc.water.usgs.gov/publications/pubsother.html
Page Contact Information: South Carolina Webmaster
Page Last Modified: Thursday, 01-May-2014 14:00:17 EDT