Released Date: Feb. 2013
Page edited May 2017
The tool was reprogrammed in ArcPy and can be found at http://npsLab.kongju.ac.kr/
The Long-Term Hydrologic Impact Assessment (L-THIA) model has been used to estimate the long-term impacts of direct runoff and nonpoint source (NPS) pollution. L-THIA, requiring a modest effort to prepare input data, estimates runoff by SCS-CN method and pollutant loads by pollutant coefficients (Event Mean Concentration; EMC).
L-THIA was originally implemented as a spreadsheet application and has been developed in ArcView 3 and upgraded to ArcGIS. A GIS-based L-THIA (ArcL-THIA) was been developed in the ArcGIS 10.x platform to estimate long-term direct runoff and NPS loads, considering actual daily precipitation data. The easy-to-use philosophy was maintained with a user friendly interface, the model does not require profound knowledge and experience in ArcGIS. The author is Dr. Youn Shik Park, who can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org A short
is available here:
For more details :
(Updated on May 6th 2013)
Frequently Asked Questions
(Updated on May 9th 2013)
Download correctly formatted precipitation data ( 1965 - 1995) by state and county here:
(Updated on May 28th 2015)
Developed by Dr. Park while at the Agricultural and Biological Engineering Department of Purdue University
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