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AQUA TERRA Consultants, and HydroQual, Inc. 2001. Modeling Nutrient Loads to Long Island Sound from Connecticut Watersheds, and Impacts of Future Buildout and Management Scenarios. Prepared for CT Department of Environmental Protection. Hartford, CT. 138 pg, plus CD.

AQUA TERRA Consultants, 2004. Hydrologic Modeling of the Calleguas Creek Watershed with the U. S. EPA Hydrologic Simulation Program - FORTRAN. Final Draft. Prepared for Larry Walker Associates, Thousand Oaks, CA, Ventura County Watershed Protection Division, Ventura CA, and Calleguas Creek Watershed Management Plan.

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Bell, C.F., G. Olsen, J.D. Manuszak, and S.R. Sagstad. 2002. Modeling Metals Transport in Copper Mining Terrain. National TMDL Science and Policy 2002, November 13-16, 2002, Phoenix, AZ, WEF-2002 Specialty Conference Proceedings on CD-ROM.

Benaman, J., K.T. Russel, and J. R. Rhea. 2002. Customization of BASINS for the North Sandy Pond Watershed, Oswego County, New York. Watershed 2002, February 24-27, 2002. Fort Lauderdale, FL, WEF-2002 Specialty Conference Proceedings on CD-ROM.

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Berris, S.N., Hess, G.W., and Bohman, L.R., 2001, River and Reservoir Operations Model, Truckee River, California and Nevada, 1998: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 01-4017.

Berris, S.N. 1995. Conceptualization and Simulation of Runoff Generation from Rainfall for Three Basins in Thurston County, Washington. U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources Investigation Report 94-4038. Prepared in Cooperation with Thurston County Department of Public Works. USGS, Tacoma, WA.

Berris, S.N. 1996. Daily Flow-Routing Simulations for the Truckee River, California and Nevada. U.S. Geological Survey Open File Report 96-4097. USGS, Carson City, NV.

Beyerlein, D.C. 1993. May Creek Conditions Report (Hydrology and Flooding Chapters). Prepared for King County Surface Water Management and the City of Renton Surface Water Utility, Seattle, WA. Prepared by AQUA TERRA Consultants, Everett, WA.

Beyerlein, D.C. 1993. Crisp Creek Watershed Report. Prepared for Muckleshoot Indian Tribe Fisheries Department, Auburn, WA. Prepared by AQUA TERRA Consultants, Everett, WA.

Beyerlein, D.C. and J.T. Brascher. 1994. Chambers Creek Calibration Report. Prepared for Thurston County Storm and Surface Water Programs. Olympia, WA. Prepared by AQUA TERRA Consultants, Everett, WA.

Beyerlein, D.C. and J.T. Brascher. 1994. May Creek Calibration Report. Prepared for King County Surface Water Management and the City of Renton Surface Water Utility, Seattle, WA. Prepared by AQUA TERRA Consultants, Everett, WA.

Beyerlein, D. 2004. Western Washington Hydrology Model. Presented at American Institute of Hydrology Annual Conference. Las Vegas, NV. October 18-20, 2004.

Beyerlein, D., J. Brascher and S. White. 2005. HSPF-Based WWHM: A Tool for Stormwater Design Using Flow Duration Criteria. Presented at ASCE 2005 Watershed Management Conference, Williamsburg, VA. July 19-22, 2005. CD-ROM.

Bhimani, S., S. McDonald, G. Dennis, and R. Gray. 2002. Beyond TMDLs on the Truckee River: Implementation of a Water Quality Trading Program Through a Phased Permitting Approach. National TMDL Science and Policy 2002, November 13-16, 2002, Phoenix, AZ, WEF-2002 Specialty Conference Proceedings on CD-ROM.

Bicknell, B.R., A.S. Donigian Jr. and T.O. Barnwell. 1984. Modeling Water Quality and the Effects of Best Management Practices in the Iowa River Basin. J. Water. Sci. Tech., 17:1141-1153.

Bicknell, B.R., J.C. Imhoff, J.L. Kittle Jr., A.S. Donigian, Jr. and R.C. Johanson. 1993.

Hydrological Simulation Program - FORTRAN. User's Manual for Release 10. EPA/600/R-93-174. U.S. EPA Environmental Research Laboratory, Athens, GA.

Bicknell, B.R., T.H. Jobes, A.S. Donigian, Jr., C.T. Hunsaker, and T.O. Barnwell, Jr. 1996. Modeling Nitrogen Cycling and Export in Forested Systems at the Watershed Scale. In: WATERSHED '96 - Moving Ahead Together. Conference Proceedings, June 8-12, 1996. pp. 685-687.

Bicknell, B.R., J.C. Imhoff, J.L. Kittle Jr., A.S. Donigian, Jr. and R.C. Johanson. 1996. Hydrological Simulation Program - FORTRAN. User's Manual for Release 11. U.S. EPA Environmental Research Laboratory, Athens, GA, in cooperation with U.S. Geological Survey, Office of Surface Water, Reston, VA.

Bicknell, B.R., A.S. Donigian, Jr., T.H. Jobes, and R.V. Chinnaswamy. 1996. Modeling Nitrogen Cycling and Export in Forested Watersheds Using HSPF. FINAL REPORT. Prepared for U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, VA, and U.S. EPA, NERL, Ecosystems Research Division, Athens, GA. 144 p.

Bicknell, B.R., J.C. Imhoff, J.L. Kittle Jr., T.H. Jobes, and A.S. Donigian, Jr. 2001. Hydrological Simulation Program - Fortran (HSPF). User's Manual for Release 12. U.S. EPA National Exposure Research Laboratory, Athens, GA, in cooperation with U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources Division, Reston, VA.

Booth, D.B. and C.R. Jackson. 1997. Urbanization of Aquatic Systems - Degradation Thresholds, Stormwater Detention, and the Limits of Mitigation. J. American Water Resources Assoc., V. 22, No. 5.

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Brun, S.E and L.E. Band. 2000. Simulating Runoff Behavior in an Urbanizing Watershed. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, vol. 24 (1), pp 5-22.

Casman, E. 1989. Effects of Agricultural Practices on Water Quality as Related to Adjustments of HSPF Parameters, A Literature Review. Report No. 89-6. Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin, in cooperation with the Maryland Department of the Environment, Baltimore, MD.

Chanat, J., D.F. Kibler and V.K. Lohani. 1999. Hydrologic Modeling in an Integrated Framework: an Application in the Upper Roanoke River Watershed. AGU spring meeting, June 1-4, 1999, Boston, MA.

Chen, Y.D., S.C. McCutcheon, R.F. Carsel, A.S. Donigian, Jr., J.R. Cannell, and J.P. Craig. 1995. Validation of HSPF for the Water Balance Simulation of the Upper Grande Ronde Watershed, Oregon, USA. In: Man's Influence on Freshwater Ecosystems and Water Use. G. Petts (ed). International Association of Hydrological Sciences, IAHS Pub. No. 230. pp 3-13.

Chen, Y.D. 1996. Hydrologic and Water Quality Modeling for Aquatic Ecosystem Protection and Restoration in Forest Watersheds: A Case Study of Stream Temperature in the Upper Grande Ronde River, Oregon. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Georgia, Athens, GA. 267 p.

Chen, Y.D., S.C. McCutcheon, R.F. Carsel, D.J. Norton, and J.P. Craig. 1996. Enhancement and Application of HSPF for Stream Temperature Simulation in Upper Grande Ronde Watershed, Oregon. In: WATERSHED '96 - Moving Ahead Together. Conference Proceedings, June 8-12, 1996. pp. 312-315.

Chen, Y.D., R.F. Carsel, S.C. McCutcheon, and W.L. Nutter, 1998. Stream temperature simulation of forested riparian areas: 1. watershed-scale model development, Journal of Environmental Engineering, 124(4):304-315.

Chen, Y.D., S.C. McCutcheon, D.J. Norton, and W.L. Nutter, 1998. Stream temperature simulation of forested riparian areas: 2. model application. Journal of Environmental Engineering, 124(4):316-328.

Chesapeake Bay Program Modeling Subcommittee. 1998. Chesapeake Bay Watershed Model Application and Calculation of Nutrient and Sediment Loadings. U.S. EPA Chesapeake Bay Program.

Chesapeake Bay Program Modeling Subcommittee. 2000. Chesapeake Bay Watershed Model Land Use and Model Linkages to the Airshed and Estuarine Models. U.S. EPA Chesapeake Bay Program.

Chew, C.Y. L.W. Moore, and R.H. Smith. 1991. Hydrological Simulation of Tennessee's North Reelfoot Creek Watershed. Res. J. WPCF 63(1):10-16.

Chun, K.C., R.-W. Chang, G.P. Williams, Y.-S Chang, D. Tomasko, K. LaGory, J. Ditmars, H.-D. Chun, and B.-K. Lee (2001) "Water Quality Issues in the Nakdong River Basin in the Republic of Korea" Environmental Engineering and Policy: 2 (2001) 131-143, Springer-Verlag.

Cocca, P.A., J. Doherty, and J.L. Kittle. 2003. Hydrologic Calibration Strategies for the HSPF Watershed Model: Identifying Effective Objective Functions for Use with the Parameter Estimation (PEST) Program. World Water and Environmental Resources Congress, 2003. June 23-26, 2003. Philadelphia, PA, ASCE Conference on CD-ROM.

Cocca, P., D. Wells, R. Kinerson, and E. Partington. 2002. Choosing a Model for your Watershed Modeling Project with BASINS 3.0. Watershed 2002, February 24-27, 2002. Fort Lauderdale, FL, WEF-2002 Specialty Conference Proceedings on CD-ROM.

Cocca, P. BASINS 3.0: New Tools for Improved Watershed Management. ASCE/EWRI World Water and Environmental Resources Congress 2001. Orlando, FL. May 20-24, 2001.

Cocca, Paul. Developing Watershed Management Strategies Using BASINS. North American Lake Management Society (NALMS) 2000 conference. Miami, FL. Nov. 8-10, 2000.

Cocca, P.A., D. Wells, R. Kinerson, and E. Partington, Choosing a Model for Your Watershed Management Project with BASINS 3.0. Water Environment Federation (WEF) Watersheds 2002 conference. Fort Lauderdale, FL, Feb. 24 - 27, 2002.

Codner, G.P., 1991. Tale of Two Models, SWMM and HSPF. International Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium, Part 2 (of 3), Perth, Australia. p 569-574.

Colglazier, E.W. 1989. Fiscal Year 1989 Program Report ( Tennessee Water Resources Research Center). (Available from) National Technical Information Service, Springfield, VA. (HSPF Application to North Reelfoot Creek Watershed in Tennessee).

Cornell Institute for Resource Information Systems. 1999. Applicability of a Simulation Model to Determine the Environmental Fate of Atrazine in the Canajoharie Creek Watershed, New York. Prepared for New York Sate Department of Environmental Conservation, Water Quality Monitoring for Pesticides Program. New York State Water Resources Institute, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.

Dames and Moore. 1988. Yiba, Tabalah, and Habawnah Basins Hydrological Modelling Reports. Prepared for Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Ministry of Agriculture and Water, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Dean, J.D., D.W. Meier, B.R. Bicknell and A.S. Donigian, Jr. 1984. Simulation of DDT Transport and Fate in the Arroyo Colorado Watershed, Texas, Draft Report, prepared for U.S. EPA, Environmental Research Laboratory, Athens, GA.

Deliman, P. N., W.J. Pack and E.J. Nelson. 1999. Integration of the Hydrologic Simulation Program-FORTRAN (HSPF) Watershed Water Quality Model into the Watershed Modeling System (WMS). Technical Report W-99-2. USACOE Research and Development Center, Vicksburg, MS.

Dinicola, R.S. 1990. Characterization and Simulation of Rainfall-Runoff Relations for Headwater Basins in Western King and Snohomish Counties, Washington. Water-Resources Investigation Report 89-4052. U.S. Geological Survey, Tacoma, WA.

Dinicola, R.S. 1997. Estimates of Recharge from Runoff at the Hanford Site, Washington. U.S. Geological Survey, Water Resources Investigation Report 97-4038. Prepared in Cooperation with the U.S. Department of Energy. USGS, Tacoma, WA.

Dinicola, R.S. 2001. Validation of a Numerical Modeling Method for Simulating Rainfall-Runoff Relations for Headwater Basins in Western King and Snohomish Counties, Washington. U.S. Geological Survey, USGS Water Supply Paper No. 2495. Prepared in Cooperation with the King County Department of Public Works, and Department of Planning and Community Development. USGS, Tacoma, WA.

Donigian, A.S., Jr., and N.H. Crawford. 1976a. Modeling Pesticides and Nutrients on Agricultural Lands. Environmental Research Laboratory, Athens, GA. EPA 600/2-7-76-043. 317 p.

Donigian, A.S., Jr., and N.H. Crawford. 1976b. Modeling Nonpoint Pollution from the Land Surface. Environmental Research Laboratory, Athens, GA. EPA 600/3-76-083. 280 p.

Donigian, A.S. Jr., D.C. Beyerlein, H.H. Davis, Jr., and N.H. Crawford. 1977. Agricultural Runoff Management (ARM) Model Version II: Refinement and Testing. Environmental Research Laboratory, Athens, GA. EPA 600/3-77-098. 294 pp.

Donigian, A.S., Jr. and H.H. Davis, Jr. 1978. User's Manual for Agricultural Runoff Management (ARM) Model. EPA- 600/3-78-080. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Athens, GA. 173 p. (NTIS PB-286-366/OWP).

Donigian, A.S. Jr. and N.H. Crawford. 1979. User's Manual for the Nonpoint Source (NPS) Model. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Athens, GA. (NTIS PB-270-967/3WP).

Donigian, A.S., Jr., J.C. Imhoff and B.R. Bicknell. 1983. Modeling Water Quality and the Effects of Best Management Practices in Four Mile Creek, Iowa. EPA Contract No. 68-03-2895, Environmental Research Laboratory, U.S. EPA, Athens, GA. 30613.

Donigian, A.S. Jr., Baker, D.A. Haith and M.F. Walter. 1983. HSPF Parameter Adjustments to Evaluate the Effects of Agricultural Best Management Practices, EPA Contract No. 68-03-2895, U.S. EPA Environmental Research Laboratory, Athens, GA, (PB-83-247171).

Donigian, A.S. Jr., J.C. Imhoff and B.R. Bicknell. 1983. Predicting Water Quality Resulting from Agricultural Nonpoint Source Pollution via Simulation - HSPF, In: Agricultural Management and Water Quality, (ed.) F.W. Schaller and G.W. Baily, Iowa State University Press, Ames, IA, pp. 209-249.

Donigian, A.S., Jr., J.C. Imhoff, B.R. Bicknell and J.L. Kittle, Jr. 1984. Application Guide for the Hydrological Simulation Program - FORTRAN EPA 600/3-84-066, Environmental Research Laboratory, U.S. EPA, Athens, GA. 30613.

Donigian, A.S., Jr., D.W. Meier and P.P. Jowise. 1986. Stream Transport and Agricultural Runoff for Exposure Assessment: A Methodology. EPA/600/3-86-011, Environmental Research Laboratory, U.S. EPA, Athens, GA. 30613.

Donigian, A.S. 1986. Integration of Runoff and Receiving Water Models for Comprehensive Watershed Simulation and Analysis of Agricultural Management Alternatives, In: Agricultural Nonpoint Source Pollution: Model Selection and Application. Developments in Environmental Modeling, 10, Elsevier, New York. p. 265-275.

Donigian, A.S. Jr., B.R. Bicknell and J.L. Kittle Jr. 1986a. Conversion of the Chesapeake Bay Basin Model to HSPF Operation. Prepared by AQUA TERRA Consultants for the Computer Sciences Corporation, Annapolis, MD and U.S. EPA Chesapeake Bay Program, Annapolis, MD.

Donigian, A.S., Jr., B.R. Bicknell, L.C. Linker, J. Hannawald, C. Chang, and R. Reynolds. 1990. Chesapeake Bay Program Watershed Model Application to Calculate Bay Nutrient Loadings: Preliminary Phase I Findings and Recommendations. Prepared by AQUA TERRA Consultants for U.S. EPA Chesapeake Bay Program, Annapolis, MD.

Donigian, A.S. Jr., B.R. Bicknell, A.S. Patwardhan, L.C. Linker, D.Y. Alegre, C.H. Chang and R. Reynolds. 1991. Chesapeake Bay Program Watershed Model Application to Calculate Bay Nutrient Loadings. Prepared by AQUA TERRA Consultants for U.S. EPA Chesapeake Bay Program , Annapolis, MD.

Donigian, A.S., Jr. and W.C. Huber. 1991. Modeling of Nonpoint Source Water Quality in Urban and Non-Urban Areas. EPA/600/3-91/039. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Environmental Research Laboratory, Athens, GA. 72 p.

Donigian, A.S. Jr., and A.S. Patwardhan. 1992. Modeling Nutrient Loadings from Croplands in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. In: Proceedings of Water Resources sessions at Water Forum '92. Baltimore, Maryland. August 2-6, 1992. p. 817-822.

Donigian, A.S. Jr., R.V. Chinnaswamy, and D.C. Beyerlein. 1993. Surface Water Exposure Assessment for Walnut Creek, Iowa - Preliminary Application of the U.S. EPA HSPF to Assess Agrichemical Contributions and Impacts. Prepared by AQUA TERRA Consultants, Mountain View, CA. Prepared for U.S. EPA, Athens , GA under Contract No. 68-C0-0019.

Donigian, A.S. Jr., B.R. Bicknell, A.S. Patwardhan, L.C. Linker, C.H. Chang, and R. Reynolds. 1994. Chesapeake Bay Program - Watershed Model Application to Calculate Bay Nutrient Loadings: Final Findings and Recommendations (FINAL REPORT). Prepared for U.S. EPA Chesapeake Bay Program, Annapolis, Maryland.

Donigian, A.S. Jr., B.R. Bicknell, and J.C. Imhoff. 1995. Hydrological Simulation Program - FORTRAN (HSPF). Chapter 12. In: Computer Models of Watershed Hydrology. V.P. Singh (ed). Water Resources Publications. Littleton, CO. pp. 395-442.

Donigian, A.S. Jr., J.C. Imhoff. and R.B. Ambrose, Jr. 1995. Chapter 11. Modeling Watershed Water Quality. In: Environmental Hydrology. V.P. Singh (ed). Kluwer Academic Publishers, the Netherlands. pp. 377-426.

Donigian, A.S. Jr., B. R. Bicknell, and R.V. Chinnaswamy. 1995. Refinement of a Comprehensive Watershed Water Quality Model. Final Report. Prepared for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS.

Donigian, A.S., Jr., R.V. Chinnaswamy, and R.F. Carsel. 1995. Watershed Modeling of Agrichemicals in Walnut Creek, IA: Preliminary Assessment of Contributions and Impacts. In: Water Quality Modeling - Proceedings of the International Symposium. April 2-5, 1995, Orlando, FL. American Society of Agricultural Engineers, St. Joseph, MI. pp. 192-201.

Donigian, A.S., Jr., B.R. Bicknell, and L.C. Linker. 1995. Regional Assessment of Nutrient Loadings and Resulting Water Quality in the Chesapeake Bay Area. In: Water Quality Modeling - Proceedings of the International Symposium. April 2-5, 1995, Orlando, FL. C. Heatwole (ed.). American Society of Agricultural Engineers, St. Joseph, MI. pp. 294-302.

Donigian, A.S. Jr., R.V. Chinnaswamy, A.S. Patwardhan, and R.M. Jacobson. 1996.Watershed Modeling of Pollutant Contributions and Water Quality in the LeSueur Basin of Southern Minnesota. In: WATERSHED '96 - Moving Ahead Together. Conference Proceedings, June 8-12, 1996. pp. 109-111.

Donigian, A.S. Jr., W.C. Huber, and T.O. Barnwell, Jr.. 1996. Models of Nonpoint Source Water Quality for Watershed Assessment and Management. In: WATERSHED '96 - Moving Ahead Together. Conference Proceedings, June 8-12, 1996. pp. 197-200.

Donigian, A.S. Jr., and R.V. Chinnaswamy. 1996. Use of Nutrient Balances in Comprehensive Watershed Water Quality Modeling. Final Report. Prepared for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS.

Donigian, A.S. Jr., R.V. Chinnaswamy, and T.H. Jobes. 1997. Conceptual Design of Multipurpose Detention Facilities for both Flood Protection and Nonpoint Source Pollution Control. Draft Final Report. Prepared for Santa Clara Valley Water District, San Jose, CA. 151 p.

Donigian, A.S. Jr., J.C. Imhoff and J.L. Kittle Jr. 1999. HSPFParm: An Interactive Database of HSPF Model Parameters. EPA-823-R-99-004. U.S. EPA Office of Water, Washington DC.

Donigian, Jr., A.S., and J.T. Love. 2002. The Connecticut Watershed Model - A Tool for BMP Impact Assessment in Connecticut. WEF-Watershed 2002, February 23-27, 2002. Ft. Lauderdale, FL, WEF-2002 Specialty Conference Proceedings on CD-ROM.

Donigian, A.S. Jr. and J.C. Imhoff. 2002. From the Stanford Model to BASINS: 40 Years of Watershed Modeling. ASCE 2002 Civil Engineering Conference & Exposition. Evolution of Hydrologic Methods through Computers. Washington, D.C. November 3-7, 2002.

Donigian, Jr., A.S. Watershed Model Calibration and Validation: The HSPF Experience. WEF-National TMDL Science and Policy 2002, November 13-16, 2002. Phoenix AZ, WEF-2002 Specialty Conference Proceedings on CD-ROM.

Donigian, A.S. Jr., and J.C. Imhoff. 2003. From the Stanford Model to BASINS: A Summary of Model Evolution. World Water and Environmental Resources Congress, 2003. June 23-26, 2003. Philadelphia, PA, ASCE Conference on CD-ROM.

Duda, P.B., J.L. Kittle, Jr., and R.S. Kinerson. 2001. WinHSPF - An Independent, Fully-Integrated Component of a Comprehensive Modeling System. To be published in: Water Quality Monitoring and Modeling - Proceedings of the Annual Spring Specialty Conference. April 30 - May 2, 2001, San Antonio, TX. American Water Resources Association.

Duda, P.B., J.L. Kittle, Jr., M.H. Gray, P.R. Hummel and R.A. Dusenbury. 2001. WinHSPF - An Interactive Windows Interface to HSPF: User's Manual. U.S. EPA Office of Water, Washington DC.

Duda, P.B., J.L. Kittle, M.H. Gray, P.R. Hummel, and R.S.Kinerson. 2004. BASINS 4.0 - Harnessing the Power of GIS Without Being Constrained By It. GIS and Water Resources III. May 17-19, 2004. Nashville, TN. AWRA Specialty Conference Proceedings on CD-ROM.

Duda, P.B., J.L. Kittle, M.H. Gray, P.R. Hummel, R.S.Kinerson, P. Cocca, D. Wells, M. Wellman, E. Partington, L. MacWilliams. 2003. BASINS 4.0 - Flexible Integration of Components and Data for Watershed Assessment and TMDL Development. WEF TMDL 2003, November 16-19, 2003. Chicago, Illinois. WEF Specialty Conference Proceedings on CD-ROM.

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Zarriello, P.J. 1999. Watershed Modeling Approach to Assessing the Hydrologic Effects of Future Development in the Ninemile Creek Basin, Onondaga County, New York. U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet FS 112-99, 8 p.

Zarriello, P. J. 2002. Effects of Water Management Alternatives on Streamflow, Ipswich River Basin, Massachusetts. U.S. Geological Survey Open File Report 01-483. Prepared in cooperation with Massachusetts Department of Environmental Affairs. 30 p.

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Zeyuan, Q., M. Wang, O. Duru, J. Meyer and C. Fulcher (presenter). 1999. Hydrological and Water Quality Modeling of Dardenne Creek Watershed in St. Charles County, Missouri Using HSPF. Missouri Natural Resources Conference. Tan-Tar-A Resort, Lake of the Ozarks, MO, February 1-3, 1999.

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HSPF Application Citations Provided by Northwest Hydraulic Consultants, Inc., Kent, Washington.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., Hydrologic Study of Kelsey Creek Basin - Optimization of Regional Detention Facilities. 2002. Prepared for City of Bellevue.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., Redmond Ridge Panhandle Hydrology Study. 2002. Prepared for Hugh G. Goldsmith & Associates, Inc.

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Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., Redmond Ridge - Marketplace Loop Hydrologic Modeling and Analysis. August 2000. Prepared for The Quadrant Corporation.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., SW 356th Street Regional Detention Facility HSPF Analysis. July 2000. Prepared for Novastar Development.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., Silverwood HSPF Model Update. June 2000. Prepared for Novastar Development.

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Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., Naval Air Station Whidbey Watershed Modeling Analysis. October 1998. Prepared for Hart Crowser.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., Kent Meridian HSPF Analysis. September 1998. Prepared for R.W. Beck.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., Redmond Ridge Preliminary Plat Study. September 1998. Prepared for KPFF Consulting Engineers.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., MountainStar Development (Cle Elum) HSPF Modeling Peer Review. June 1998. Prepared for W & W Pacific.

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Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., Silverwood Development Modeling and Analysis. August 1997. Prepared for Novastar Development, Inc.

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Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., Coal Creek Hydrologic and Sedimentation Studies. May 1997. Prepared for Spearman Engineering for City of Bellevue.

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Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., Tumwater High School Drainage Analysis and Infiltration Facility Evaluation. May 1996. Prepared for AHBL.

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Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Ltd., Land use and Hydrology, Hydrologic Simulation Modeling (HSPF) Salmon River Basin, Lower Fraser Valley, Phase I, Final Report. March 1994. Prepared for Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Fraser River Action Plan, 555 W. Hastings Street, Vancouver, B.C., V6B 5G2.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., East Side Green River Watershed Wetland Reconnaissance Study. 1994. Prepared for City of Renton Surface Water Utility.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., Bear Creek Floodplain Mapping Study. 1994. Prepared for FEMA Region X.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., Trossach's Project Hydrologic Evaluation. 1994. Prepared for Hugh G.Goldsmith and Associates.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Ltd., Calibration of the HSPF Hydrologic Simulation Model Using Carnation Creek Data. November 1993. Prepared for Forestry Canada, Pacific Forestry Center, 506 W. Burnside Road, Victoria, B.C., V8Z1M5.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., Mill Creek (Auburn) Hydrologic Modeling and Analysis. November 1993. Prepared for King County Division of Surface Water Management, City of Auburn, City of Kent.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., Mill Creek (Auburn) HSPF Model Calibration. July 1993. Prepared for King County Division of Surface Water Management, City of Auburn, City of Kent.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., Preliminary Draft Report on Hydrologic Modeling for Cedar Hills Landfill. May 1993. Prepared for King County Office of Prosecuting Attorney, King County Courthouse, Seattle, 98104.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., Lynnwood Wetland Hydrology Study. 1993. Prepared for R.W. Beck and Associates.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., Beaverdam Master Drainage Plan Hydrologic Analysis. October 1992. Prepared for Hugh G. Goldsmith & Associates.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., Beaverdam Master Drainage Plan HSPF Model Calibration. June 1992. Prepared for Hugh G. Goldsmith & Associates.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., Analysis of Lagoon Performance and Impact on Flows in Lower Mill Creek. June 1992. Prepared for City of Kent.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., Stormwater Modeling for Horseshoe Acres Pump Station. May 1992. Prepared for City of Kent.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., Sea-Van Development Storm Water Detention Facilities Design Procedures. April 1992. Prepared for R. W. Beck and Associates, 2101 4th Avenue, Suite 600, Seattle, WA 98121.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., Normandy Park HSPF Modeling for the Normandy Park Area Flood Control Management Plan. February 1992. As sub-consultants to R. W. Beck. Prepared for the City of Normandy Park.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., 356th Street Depression - HSPF Hydrologic Modeling. January 17, 1992, Letter Report to Brown & Caldwell Consultants, Seattle, WA 98119.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., Northridge Phase I Master Drainage Plan Hydrologic Analysis. December 1991. Prepared for Hugh G. Goldsmith & Associates.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., Northridge Phase I Master Drainage Plan HSPF Model Calibration. December 1991. Prepared for Hugh G. Goldsmith & Associates.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., Eastside Green River Watershed Hydrologic Analysis. December 1991. Prepared for R.W. Beck & Associates and City of Renton Department of Public Works.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., Mount Vernon Study Main Stem Channel Assessment for the Comprehensive Surface Water Management Plan. October 1991. Sub-consultants to R. W. Beck. Prepared for the City of Mount Vernon Engineering.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., Hydrologic and Hydraulic Analyses for Stormwater Detention for the Proposed South 5th Avenue Green River Outlet. June 1991. Prepared for City of Kent, 220 4th Avenue South Kent, Washington, 98032.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., Combined Stormwater Detention/Enhanced Wetland Facility Recommended Plan Hydrology and Hydraulics, Part III - Kent Detention Analysis. November 1990. Prepared for City of Kent, 224 4th Avenue, Kent, 98032.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., Miller Creek Regional Stormwater Detention Facilities Design Hydrologic Modeling. November 1990. Prepared for King County Division of Surface Water Management.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., Combined Stormwater Detention/Enhanced Wetland Facility Recommended Plan Hydrology & Hydraulics, Part III. November 1990. Prepared for City of Kent.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants, Inc., Issaquah Creek and Tibbetts Creek Basins HSPF Model Calibration. October 1990. Prepared for King County Division of Surface Water Management, 7th Floor Dexter Horton Building, Seattle, 98104.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants, Inc., Scriber Creek Flood Plain Mapping Study. July 1990. Prepared for City of Lynnwood, Department of Public Works.

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Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., Combined Stormwater Detention/Enhanced Wetland Pre-Design Alternative Evaluation Hydrology & Hydraulics, Kent Lagoon Design. February 1990. Prepared for City of Kent.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants, Inc., Scriber Creek Watershed Management Plan. December 1989. As sub-consultants to R. W. Beck. Prepared for Snohomish County Public Works Surface Water Management, City of Lynnwood Department of Public Works, and City of Brier Department of Public Works.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., Combined Stormwater Detention/Enhanced Wetland Pre-Design Definition of Alternatives, Hydrology & Hydraulics. December 1989. Prepared for City of Kent.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants, Inc., Scriber Creek Watershed Management Plan. December 1989. As sub-consultants to R.W. Beck. Prepared for Snohomish County Public Works Surface Water Management, City of Lynnwood Department of Public Works, and City of Brier Department of Public Works.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., Combined Stormwater Detention/Enhanced Wetland Pre-Design Review of Background Materials Hydrology & Hydraulics. August 1989. Prepared for City of Kent.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., Analysis of Proposed Stormwater Control at the Kent Sewage Treatment Lagoons, Phase III Detention Pond Performance. March 1989. Prepared for City of Kent.

Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Inc., Analysis of Proposed Stormwater Control at the Kent Sewage Treatment Lagoons, Phase II Hydrological Modeling. January 1989. Prepared for City of Kent.

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