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The GIS Weasel - An Interface for the Development of Spatial Parameters for Physical Process ModelingEntry ID: USGS_GIS_WEASEL
Abstract: GIS Weasel is a software system designed to aid users in preparing spatial information as input to lumped and distributed parameter environmental simulation models (ESMs). The GIS Weasel provides geographic information system (GIS) tools to help create maps of geographic features relevant to the application of a user’s ESM and to generate parameters from those maps. The operation of the GIS ... Weasel does not require a user to be a GIS expert, only that a user has an understanding of the spatial information requirements of the model. The GIS Weasel software system provides a GIS-based graphical user interface (GUI), C programming language executables, and general utility scripts. The software will run on any computing platform where ArcInfo Workstation (version 8.1 or later) and the GRID extension are accessible. The user controls the GIS Weasel by interacting with menus, maps, and tables.
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Email: Tyler.B.Stevens at nasa.gov
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Province or State: MD
Postal Code: 20737
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