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alright mitad the first WMS homework.assignment I got some questions before.class about like what level of detail do.you need to show in the screenshots that.you're submitting and for this first.assignment it's probably not too.critical that you break it up into lots.of steps although I do prefer it if you.kind of think about the workflow and.take a screenshot at the end of each.process you know for instance once.you've identified the project area you.could take a screenshot there once.you've loaded in the de M and done topaz.you know that could be another.screenshot so kind of think about it in.terms of steps and the advantage of.submitting it that way is that you know.later on you're gonna stop using WMS and.you're not even going to think about it.for months but then a couple years down.the road you might find yourself in a.position where you've been assigned to.some new project and WMS maybe could be.a useful tool and you're not gonna.remember how exactly you did things and.so having that assignment where you kind.of showed yourself what the process was.would be useful so the first assignment.that you just submitted if you only gave.me one screenshot maybe that'll be okay.but for the next assignment for this WMS.number two it's more important that you.really illustrate multiple steps along.the way and so take a couple of.screenshots to show the process because.at the end there's just going to be a.lot going on all at once and it would be.tough to represent the entire thing in a.single screenshot all right so that.assignments going to be due on Tuesday.the 27th and and actually I think you.maybe already know most of what you need.to do for that WMS number two assignment.I think it goes through using NSS and TR.55 so to begin today we're going to.reiterate the TR 55 with a watershed in.Morgantown and then we're going to also.run the HEC one model on that same area.and it'll be kind of interesting to.compare the different flow rate values.that we get for TR 55 verses HEC one.so in the handout I'm giving you right.now I identify where the outlet of the.watershed is it's at the intersection of.I don't know is that the it's not the.Ohio River that goes through Morgantown.is it what's the big river that goes.through this is a Montague Lea all right.so it is we're on the north side of town.we've got a pretty good-sized watershed.concentrating and you can kind of see on.the map that I've given you and where.the arrow is that there's a depression.where that stream is going in but I'm.not going to show you exactly what the.full extent of the watershed are I'd.like you to get the practice of kind of.figuring that out I'll be working.through it on the screen so if you want.to glance up and see if you're on the.right track we'll be doing the same.thing together so the first thing is.just delineate the the watershed and to.do that you're going to have to download.the de m but then work towards doing TR.55 so on the handout it says to get the.nlcd and the sir go we'll do that later.you don't necessarily need to do that.first thing.[Music].it definitely matters.probably that yeah I mean it'll usually.if you go one step finer than it.recommends then that's gonna be you know.you're better to be safe than sorry.it'll take a little bit longer.yeah.you look at the coordinates something's.off there so what I do is start over and.begin a new project well first go in.here and see if you can define in define.bounce change it to for the datum do the.bottom one and then change projection.what like kind of setting it again would.maybe if it's not quite sure on what the.projection is overwrite what it was.doing before so choose from the library.okay and accept that okay and then I.would define the bounce I think maybe it.it wasn't seeing the bounce so you can.okay yeah.click there and back again.alright now you can go next yeah that's.good.[Music].how many so somebody asked the question.you know like what what DM resolution.should you use and usually it's gonna.suggest some things that will allow it.to calculate topaz pretty quickly and do.the delineation pretty quickly and so.usually like I think about how much time.am I willing to invest I'm usually.willing to go a little bit beyond what.it suggests and so if it suggests 60 I.go with thirty they suggest thirty I'll.go with fifteen but you know there.really is no right or wrong answer it's.just kind of a trade-off between how.long are you willing to spend to.download the data does your computer.have the RAM to keep it all in the.memory you know I probably could have.done this at the three meter resolution.and would end up looking just fine but.you know if if it becomes too coarse and.you see really jagged edges like if you.look at the blockiness of the outside.perimeter sometimes that can give you an.idea of whether things are okay or not.you know like if it is if you know that.there's a little bit more detail in the.shape of the hill then the blockiness of.the de m is able to capture then you.might want to step down a level and.improve the resolution so once you get.the DM in there you can trim it to throw.out the stuff that we don't need outside.the watershed.and maybe save your work in case it.crashes later alright so once everybody.gets the watershed then we're gonna load.in the land used in the soil type data.so I'm going to wait until then to show.you how that'll change things we're.gonna do now is we're gonna load in the.National Land cover database and Sergo.and so if you go back into the wizard.and download data so we already have the.elevation data so unclick that because.we don't want it down now download that.again but do check nlcd.that's the National Land cover database.and we've looked at that before we.pulled it up on Google Earth Pro where.we were just loading in what areas are.impervious what areas are deciduous.forests what's cropland and so on that's.the type of data that's a land cover.database then also scroll down and we.want the soil data that's the sergo soil.data now for whatever reason.WMS in the past hasn't been real good at.picking out the right sir go soil data.and it'll actually get way more than we.then we actually need so after we.download this data it might start.displaying it at a view that was really.zoomed out so our project view is going.to change probably excuse me.so just once you have those two things.clicked then select download data from.web and just use whatever default.assumption it wants to give you for the.raster size that is it's it's trying to.suggest a size for each cell in the land.cover database so just use the default.you can see it's downloading the soil.data it'll get the land cover data and.then over here on the left side now it's.it's changed the project view so we're.looking at two separate things first.I'm gonna switch off the street map so.these black polygons are the soil data.and I can switch it off down here so you.can see that since my view covered two.different regions it downloaded both of.those regions soil data so it may be.that my watershed is it looks like the.entirety of my watershed is just in the.611 it downloaded the 77 because part of.my view extents went into the 77 but I.don't need the 77 I only need the one.that's covering my watershed boundary so.here's my watershed boundary and when I.click on the 611 the soil data from 611.covers the entire boundary that I need.so I'm just gonna right-click on the 77.and delete it from the project because I.don't need it at all I can turn on the.611 again and it's there by the way this.is a good time to save your work again.so if you just click on the Save button.then all of these things that we're.working with are saved in the same.project directory the the TIFF file that.is the image that's in the background.and you can see it's created an image.version of this land cover database so.that's what this TIF is is it's the.colors that we've seen before but also.here it's loaded it as a land-use into.the grid so it's not showing up but that.data is there in its memory so what it's.actually going to look at to try and.figure out what land is in what location.is this land you screwed so if I turn.that on then you can see this is kind of.each of the colors represents a.different type of land-use but the image.version of it is also loaded in the GIS.data so what do you think red means in.this in this view the GIS data TIFF file.buildings yeah built-up areas right good.blue is water green is plants you know.in different shades of green mean.different types of plants if you go to.MU online there's a folder here called.WMS items and you need to download.something that's called the CN table.file so if you just click on it it's.just going to display the text but what.you want to do is right-click on it and.do save target as and then browse to a.location that you're going to be able to.find here I'm putting it in my WMS day 3.so that curve number table you can open.it within the notepad if you just want.to look at what's in there and if you.wanted to edit it.you need to display all files because.it's not formatted as dot txt but the.curve number table all it really is is a.text file and so what it's showing is.these numbers on the left side so number.11 is what open water comes up as in the.land national land cover database 11 is.open water and so then these four.numbers that follow is the curve number.associated with open water for type a.soil type B soil C and D so water.doesn't make much sense but then if you.look at something like deciduous forests.so color code 41 in that national land.cover database if it's in soil type a.it's going to assume a curve number of.30 so I'll type B it's going to use the.curve number 55 and so on so later on.we're gonna load this file in as kind of.like a key so that Excel knows those.polygons of soil type overlaid on top of.the raster file that's the land cover.what curve number should it assume for.each one of those intersections so.download that so you've got it available.all right so what we've got is the land.use and we've got the soil type and.we're going to use it to calculate curve.numbers everybody have it so far.all right yeah you mean like can we trim.the soil mm-hmm yeah we'll do that.although this doesn't take up too much.data not as much as you might expect.because each one of these polygons is a.is a vector rather than a raster so.vector files usually are more compact.for a certain area than then an image.file would be all right so let's start.with the soil type we've got some.instructions here on the under the.bulleted list let's just go through them.one at a time so.we've deleted the one that we didn't.need all right.[Applause].the the first step that we have to do.once you've deleted that other shapefile.that wasn't supposed to be there.right-click on the 611 file and one of.the options here is join and our CS data.does everybody see that if you.right-click on the soil 611 then one of.the context-specific options is joined.in our CS data so what's that what.that's doing is right now it doesn't.know for each one of these each one of.these locations it doesn't know what.soil type it is like we can select the.properties and what it's popping up is.if you just click one of these polygons.it's is telling us what area it's in so.it's in West Virginia soil file 611 and.it has this soil key and you remember.seeing those three-letter abbreviations.when you did the assignment having to do.with like an area of interest so it.knows that soil key information but it's.not automatically pulling up the.hydrologic soil group hydrologic soil.group is that a through D classification.so right now we can click on these and.we can know inside our watershed what.each one of the soil types is but it.doesn't have hydrologic soil group yet.so that when you click join in our CS.data then it's going to go in and match.up each of the soil types to its.corresponding hydrologic soil group now.there may occasionally be some area that.it doesn't have the hydrologic soil.group for and so fill blank values is a.way of saying well if there's any place.that we don't have the data for then you.can just assume that its soil type you.know whatever and so if you want to be.conservative you know like any location.that you don't have a hydrologic soil.group assignment for if you assume that.it's d then that could kind of give.the worst case scenario for runoff but.even if we don't have it fill the blank.values I think in this area all of the.polygons have the data that it needs but.we'll do a curve number report and we'll.see if there are any areas that don't.have values and then if we have some.that were empty then we can fill the.blank values using that so again all we.did was we right-click join our NRCS.data and then just click OK and what.we're doing across the top here join.Hyde group that's the important thing.it's going into one of these other files.if I go into the a directory where all.this down this data has been downloaded.you'll see that there is a Morgantown.sergo file and there's lots of different.data files where the 611 is the one that.we are working in that might be in here.yeah so here's the WB 611 and the.hydrologic soil group is one of these.text files that it's going to have to.join up to get the correct soil type so.click OK and now if we do the identify.tool again and you pick some some.polygons in your watershed you can see.now it has a lot more characteristics.than it did before you know now not only.does it have the three-letter.abbreviation but it also has some soil.properties like the moisture content.field capacity wilting capacity but most.important to us is the hydrologic soil.group so you know there's some that's a.here's one that C here's one that C so.all of these little polygons inside our.watershed now has a soil associated with.it so is everybody able to join that.soil data assignment with them so when.we calculate the curve number we'll see.like what how much of the area doesn't.have a hydrologic soil group assigned.so to compute the curve number now we're.following the steps on the backside of.the paper there we want to there's a.couple of ways to do it you can create a.new coverage you can see the right now.we have a drainage coverage well you can.also copy over all of the soil data into.a new coverage or you can compute it.straight from the soil type file let's.just a save time try doing it straight.from the soil type file it may crash.because we've got a pretty big area but.it saves you from having the trim which.can take a while so move over to the.let's see hydrologic modeling module so.here at the top the hydrologic modeling.module and then under calculators so.that menu option across the top.calculators what we're going to do is.compute GIS attributes and so we want to.calculate curve number and we're going.to use GIS layers.nope alright cancel we are going to it.used to be a little bit different all.right we're going to create a new soil.type coverage so starting at the top.right click on on coverages so the word.over here under map data you see.coverages right click coverage and click.new coverage and under the coverage type.instead of general change it to say soil.type so we're gonna create a new soil.type coverage and click OK and so now.you'll see that under coverage now.there's a drainage coverage which is the.boundary of our watershed and then make.active the soil type coverage and what.we have to do now is copy over the data.into that soil type coverage that we.want to keep so right click on the soil.type and.okay select shapes.they've moved the buttons around alright.so here's what we do.under GIS data select the the shapefile.as our soil data and then using the.select shapes tool which is underneath.the identify tool highlight all of the.area that encompasses the entirety of.your watershed so once you've selected.it then go up here to the mapping menu.so does everybody have it highlighted in.blue ok once it's highlighted in blue.then you go to this mapping menu and you.do shapes to feature objects so what.this means is it's going to take all of.the data from this 6:11 shapefile and.copy it into the soil type coverage and.it's only going to do the part that.we've got highlighted so it's just the.soil type polygons that are related to.our watershed and a lot of the ones like.if we zoomed out a lot of the area that.isn't covered in our watershed it's not.going to copy over those polygons all.right so I would say that it's going to.go to the soil type coverage and here's.the shapefile alright so click Next and.what we want to make sure that it knows.is that what it has in the table as a.hydrologic soil group it's going to copy.all of that data as SCS soil type into.the new soil type coverage that it's.creating so click Next and finish and so.now it's copied all of that over we can.turn off the 611 shapefile and now that.the soil type is is colored and active.you can see that it covers the the.watershed area if we go back to our.drainage module then it'll take the soil.type stuff.and why we have all of the polygons.covering our area so now we can.calculate the curve number because it.has land use which is that national land.cover database it's got the soil type.and so now go into the hydrologic.modeling module and calculators and.compute D is attributes now hopefully.it's going to use our soil type coverage.for determining soil type it's going to.use the grid data which is the land use.grid for determining land use and then.the other thing that we have to do is.you can see it has a summary of the.table it's going to use to translate all.of that into curve numbers we have to.import the dot TBL file that you.downloaded from mu online so click on.import and change it to all files and.it's so the IWW curve number file and.now you can see that it's read in all of.the curve number assignments that we.want for different land use types so.when we click OK what did you do is go.through a process of calculating the.composite curve number and then it's.going to output those calculations into.just a text file that it's going to open.up with in this case since I have it on.this computer the notepad and so it.tells me how much area there is that was.medium developed medium intensity land.use with a soil type C and so then it.tells me what curve number it assigned.for that area and then the product of.curve number times area this column is.because it's going to determine a.weighted average with those details so.at the bottom it says that my watershed.has a curb number of sixty nine point.six I see some.nodding and some shaking let's pause for.a moment alright so it calculated the.curve number and it copied that curve.number into whatever model is.initialized over here so right now it.says heck 1 let's switch it over to TR.55 and if we open up the dialog box for.TR 55 by double clicking in the basin.then hopefully what we'll see is that.curve number of 69 point five eight has.been copied in to the runoff curve.number area and it knows the drainage.area so eight point eight eight miles.approximately we can calculate the time.of concentration so if we go into the.the basin data and we switch down to the.SCS method it automatically knows the.length the curve number the watershed.slope and so it's going to calculate and.fill in the time of concentration so in.my case three point two hours the only.thing that we'd have to do is change it.over to a type two distribution and then.we need to find out what is the 24 hour.storm for what we want to analyze so if.we want to know for example the the.discharge for a five-year storm then.we'd go over here to the precipitation.frequency data server and find out from.Morgantown what is the storm depth for a.five year storm okay so I've got the.crosshairs on Morgantown go down here.find the five year storm 24 hour depth.3.0 six inches and so if I switch here.now to three point zero six.as soon as I move away from that it's.saying alright that the peak discharge.is going to be 860 CFS and let's write.that down because we're going to compare.the TR 55 estimate TR 55 estimated that.it is 860 CFS for the five-year storm.okay and we can compute the hydrograph.and see what that looks like it's going.to determine the hydrograph based on a.24 hour storm event where that typical.shape of the precipitation like when the.storm is happening is that there's very.little rainfall at first and then.there's a big upswing and most of the.rainfall occurring at a certain time.no I'm going to fluid mechanics right.now so I think yeah yeah I'll be in.tomorrow.

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What is curve number in hydrology?

What is an envelope curve in hydrology? An envelope curve is a boundary line around data. For time series data it is possible to define an upper and lower bounding envelope to show limits of actual data collection. For a scatter gram plot where a functional relation might exist then it is possible to draw a line for the central trend along with upper and lower bounds for the envelopes. The only envelope curve I can think of just now would be on the log-log plot of the world’s recorded maximum rainfall totals per drainage area versus time duration. The upper envelope of the data represents a curve for estimating a realistic maximum rainfall intensity for any watershed for particular study.

What is the SCS method?

The “Rational Method” is simpler. It was all there was until he SCS devised their method. The rational method assumes that the rainfall is uniform over the drainage area, which works for small areas,but is simply untrue for larger ones.

What is the SCS?

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