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An integrated computer modeling system for water resource management

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Goodall  with two students he mentored

Jonathan Goodall mentored students at E.L. Wright Middle School in Columbia, South Carolina who were participating in the Future City competition, "Rethink Runoff: Design clean solutions to manage stormwater pollution."

Credit: Jonathan Goodall, University of South Carolina


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map of Neuse River Basin in North Carolina

The Neuse River Basin in North Carolina, the study watershed for the modeling to understand nitrogen transport at watershed-scales using integrated modeling approaches.

Credit: Jonathan Goodall, University of South Carolina


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