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Dr. Austin Polebitski

University of Wisconsin Platteville

Dr. Tyler Smith

Clarkson University, KY

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This module introduces students to floodplain analysis through a hands-on application to the Pecatonica River near Darlington, WI. Students will learn how to collect and analyze watershed data, apply statistical concepts to perform flood frequency analysis, and perform a floodplain analysis using HEC-RAS while considering input/output uncertainty and a cost analysis of design alternatives.
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