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Flexible, powerful and comprehensive software for water management modeling.
Flexible, powerful and comprehensive software for water management modeling.

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Adequate sanitation is of global concern, and for Cha-Am, Thailand, it's a major priority due to its extensive oceanfront beach area. To learn more, take a read through the new JWMM paper: Mathematical Modeling of Effluent Quality of Cha-Am Municipality Wastewater Treatment Pond System Using PCSWMM by Anuva Bhowmick, Kim Irvine, and Ranjna Jindal. 

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Many software packages calculate calibration statistics, but most are neither freely available nor open source. This reality has led researchers Anurag Mishra, Brian R. Bicknell, Paul Duda, Tony Donigian and Mark H. Gray from RESPEC to investigate HSPEXP+: An enhanced expert system for HSPF model calibration. Learn more in the Journal of Water Management Modeling today. 

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With urbanization being an ongoing trend in virtually all nations, resultant flooding problems from increased impermeable surface areas have escalated. Keen to explore this progressive field of research? Tune into the new JWMM paper which investigates urban stormwater management and the tank model by Xinjie Ou, Bahram Gharabaghi and Edward McBean from the University of Guelph, and Chris Doherty from EWRG. 

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Prediction of precipitation variability and its influence on the hydrological cycle and water quality is an increasingly active area in hydrological research. Intrigued? Dive into the new JWMM paper titled Investigating the Spatial and Temporal Variability of Precipitation using Entropy Theory by Maya Atieh, Ramesh Rudra, Bahram Gharabaghi and David Lubitz from the University of Guelph.
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Knowing the distribution of pollutants associated with different sized stormwater particles allows for more accurate determinations of their sources, transport, and control. Would you like to learn more about southeastern United States observations of stormwater pollutant strengths by particle size? Dive into the new forward-looking JWMM paper by Pitt, Clark, Cai, Morquecho and Reddy Bathi. 

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Have you claimed your seat for the 2017 International Conference on Water Management Modeling? Join us and network with your colleagues while expanding your knowledge on state-of-the-art water management in Toronto, Canada on March 1st and 2nd. Spots are filling up and the late registration fee starts next Wednesday (February 1st). Get your ticket today and we'll see you in March! 

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Stormwater runoff is a leading contributor to water quality and aquatic life habitat impairments in New England surface waters. Jamie Houle from UNH Stormwater Center and Thomas Ballestoero and Timothy A. Puls. from the University of New Hampshire completed a performance analysis of two relatively small capacity urban retrofit stormwater controls in their new JWMM paper. Keep learning here:

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The analyses of particle size distributions of stormwater runoff plays a key role in understanding the pollutant characteristics of a specific site concerning the contaminant’s fate and treatability. Keep learning about this fascinating topic in the new JWMM paper by Pitt, Clark, Eppakayala and Sileshi. 

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In the design of sewer systems, there is typically little attention paid to air movement - yet air movement is one of the determining factors in odour and corrosion problems, which can be a major issue for system owners (e.g. City of Los Angeles 2011). Want to learn more? Dig into the new JWMM paper on sewer ventilation modeling by Manhattan College's Scott Lowe. 

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CHI is hosting PCSWMM/SWMM training on February 8th - 9th in Virginia Beach. Follow the link below and register by tomorrow to SAVE $100 and join other water professionals in honing their skills in LID, integrated 1D-2D, stormwater and watershed modeling. Our friendly, experienced engineers look forward to seeing you next month! 
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