Integral senior scientist, Erik Strandhagen, GISP, will present at the Esri International User Conference in San Diego, California, on July 8-12, 2013, during the Stormwater Applications of GIS session. The presentation is titled Hydrologic Analysis of Existing Terrain and Proposed Stormwater Source Controls and is coauthored by Integral staff Michael J. Martin, P.E.; David Livermore, R.G., L.H.G.; and Eric BushÃ¨e.
Mr. Strandhagen performed hydrologic drainage analysis to model stormwater source control measures at a former industrial site in Portland, Oregon. The hydrologic drainage analysis of the existing (preconstruction) and post-construction elevation models utilized ArcGIS software and the ArcHydro extension. Mr. Strandhagen has comprehensive expertise in spatial hydrologic modeling, geostatistics, advanced gridding analysis, and integrated calculations of chemical body mass and volume for soil, sediment, groundwater and geologic 3 dimensional subsurface site models.
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