Seann M. Reed
Former Graduate Research Assistant
University of Texas at Austin
Now at :
1325 East-West Highway
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Last Update: 12/16/98
I recently completed my Ph.D. at UT Austin, and I am now working as a research
hydrologist at the National Weather Service Hydrologic Research Lab in
Silver Spring, MD. The final version of my dissertation is now online.
See link below under Online Publications.
This page describes research that I was involved with during my 5 years
as a graduate student at the Center for Research in Water Resources, UT
Austin. A general theme of my research at UT was using GIS to solve problems
in hydrology and water resources. The purpose of this page is to share
information about my research with co-workers and anyone else who is interested.
PowerPoint Slides Used for CE397 Lecture on April 30, 1998: "A
Soil-water Balance and Continuous Streamflow Simulation Model that Uses
Spatial Data from a Geographic Information System (GIS)"
Reed,S.M., and D.R. Maidment Use
of Digital Soil Maps in a Rainfall-Runoff Model, CRWR Online Report
98-8, December 1998.
Reed,S.M., D.R. Maidment, and J. Patoux, Spatial
Water Balance of Texas,CRWR Online Report 97-1, February 1997
Reed, S.M., and D.R. Maidment A
GIS Procedure for Merging NEXRAD Precipitation Data and Digital Elevation
Models to Determine Rainfall-Runoff Modeling Parameters, CRWR Online
Report 95-3, September 1995.
to GISHydro97 GISHydro97 describes the contents of a CD-ROM that was
produced at CRWR for the 1997 ESRI User Conference.
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