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AWAE has developed a suite of internet interfaces, the Forest Service Water Erosion Prediction Project (FS WEPP), designed to allow users to quickly evaluate erosion and sediment delivery potential from forest roads. Available tools include:
FS WEPP is a set of interfaces designed to allow users to quickly evaluate erosion and sediment delivery potential from forest roads. The erosion rates and sediment delivery are predicted by the Water Erosion Prediction Project (WEPP) model, using input values for forest conditions developed by scientists at the Rocky Mountain Research Station. The WEPP soil erosion model is being developed by an interagency group of scientists, including the following personnel at the Moscow Forestry Sciences Lab: William J. Elliot (Project Leader), Randy B. Foltz (Research Engineer), David E. Hall (Computer Specialist), Peter R. Robichaud (Research Engineer), and Paul G. Swetik (Computer Specialist). William Elliot, Randy Foltz, David Hall, Peter Robichaud, and Paul Swetik.