Jacob Calhoon

Bigham Young University | Research Assistant

Subject Areas: Hydroinformatics, Hydrology, Computer Science

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This resource was originally meant for use asa class presentation. However, an unknown errorkept occuring with the resource originally meantfor this exercise. This resource will serve asthe assignment resource

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Resource created for Assignments 7 and 8 of CEEn 534. The Resource includes discharge data for the Provo River from http://data.cuahsi.org/#. This resource also includes a shapefile of Utah Lake, an image of the USGS site, a stock photo image of a dam, and an audio file consisting of the song "America the Beautiful" performed by Larry Green, guitar instructor at BYU. The resource has had a polyline shapefile of the major streams that flow through Utah County and a raster of the projected Population density in Utah county for the year 2050. the idea would be to use the stream flow data to calculate if the river will provide enough water for the populations immediately around it. SLD files have been included to help with visualization.

Abstract from data: Discharge cubic feet per second data collected from 2020-01-01T00:00:00 to 2020-12-31T23:59:59 created on Wed Feb 24 2021 12:36:43 GMT-0700 (Mountain Standard Time) from the following site: PROVO RIVER AT PROVO UT. Data created by CUAHSI HydroClient: http://data.cuahsi.org/#.8

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Test resource

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test resource

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This resources contains PDF files and Python notebook files that demonstrate how to create geospatial resources in HydroShare and how to use these resources through web services provided by the built-in HydroShare GeoServer instance. Geospatial resources can be consumed directly into ArcMap, ArcGIS, Story Maps, Quantum GIS (QGIS), Leaflet, and many other mapping environments. This provides HydroShare users with the ability to store data and retrieve it via services without needing to set up new data services. All tutorials cover how to add WMS and WFS connections. WCS connections are available for QGIS and are covered in the QGIS tutorial. The tutorials and examples provided here are intended to get the novice user up-to-speed with WMS and GeoServer, though we encourage users to read further on these topic using internet searches and other resources. Also included in this resource is a tutorial designed to that walk users through the process of creating a GeoServer connected resource.

The current list of available tutorials:
- Creating a Resource
- ArcGIS Pro
- ArcMap
- ArcGIS Story Maps
- QGIS
- IpyLeaflet
- Folium

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River Discharge Rates analysis by Time Series
Created: Feb. 25, 2020, 6:40 p.m.
Authors: Calhoon, Jacob Wise

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This is a statistical analysis of discharge rates of any given river over the course of about 1 year

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Test Resource for OGC Web Services
Created: Aug. 6, 2020, 8:45 p.m.
Authors: Calhoon, Jacob Wise

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This resource contains the test data for the GeoServer OGC Web Services tutorials for various GIS applications including ArcGIS Pro, ArcMap, ArcGIS Story Maps, and QGIS. The contents of the data include a polygon shapefile, a polyline shapefile, a point shapefile, and a raster dataset; all of which pertain to the state of Utah, USA. The polygon shapefile is of every county in the state of Utah. The polyline is of every trail in the state of Utah. The point shapefile is the current list of GNIS place names in the state of Utah. The raster dataset covers a region in the center of the state of Utah. All datasets are projected to NAD 1983 Zone 12N.

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CUAHSI HydroShare GeoServer Tutorials Folder
Created: Oct. 6, 2020, 6:43 p.m.
Authors: Calhoon, Jacob Wise

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This is a collection of resources that exist to test the capabilities of Hydroshare's GeoServer service.

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another test
Created: Oct. 20, 2020, 7:32 p.m.
Authors: Calhoon, Jacob Wise

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another test

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Test Resource for OGC Web Services 2
Created: Dec. 3, 2020, 7:31 p.m.
Authors: Calhoon, Jacob Wise

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This resource contains the test data for the GeoServer OGC Web Services IpyLeaflet tutorial. The contents of the data include a polygon shapefile, a polyline shapefile, a point shapefile, and a raster dataset; all of which pertain to the state of Utah, USA. The polygon shapefile is of Utah county in the state of Utah. The polyline is of every major stream within Utah County. The point shapefile is the current list of summit GNIS place names within Utah County. The raster dataset covers a region in the center of the state of Utah. All datasets are projected to NAD 1983 Zone 12N.

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GeoServer Tutorials
Created: Dec. 18, 2020, 12:06 a.m.
Authors: Calhoon, Jacob Wise

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This resources contains PDF files and Python notebook files that demonstrate how to create geospatial resources in HydroShare and how to use these resources through web services provided by the built-in HydroShare GeoServer instance. Geospatial resources can be consumed directly into ArcMap, ArcGIS, Story Maps, Quantum GIS (QGIS), Leaflet, and many other mapping environments. This provides HydroShare users with the ability to store data and retrieve it via services without needing to set up new data services. All tutorials cover how to add WMS and WFS connections. WCS connections are available for QGIS and are covered in the QGIS tutorial. The tutorials and examples provided here are intended to get the novice user up-to-speed with WMS and GeoServer, though we encourage users to read further on these topic using internet searches and other resources. Also included in this resource is a tutorial designed to that walk users through the process of creating a GeoServer connected resource.

The current list of available tutorials:
- Creating a Resource
- ArcGIS Pro
- ArcMap
- ArcGIS Story Maps
- QGIS
- IpyLeaflet
- Folium

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Data Size Test for GeoServer
Created: Feb. 7, 2021, 1:34 a.m.
Authors: Calhoon, Jacob

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test resource

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Test Resource for Bugs
Created: Feb. 24, 2021, 7:17 p.m.
Authors: Calhoon, Jacob

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Test resource

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Resource created for Assignments 7 and 8 of CEEn 534. The Resource includes discharge data for the Provo River from http://data.cuahsi.org/#. This resource also includes a shapefile of Utah Lake, an image of the USGS site, a stock photo image of a dam, and an audio file consisting of the song "America the Beautiful" performed by Larry Green, guitar instructor at BYU. The resource has had a polyline shapefile of the major streams that flow through Utah County and a raster of the projected Population density in Utah county for the year 2050. the idea would be to use the stream flow data to calculate if the river will provide enough water for the populations immediately around it. SLD files have been included to help with visualization.

Abstract from data: Discharge cubic feet per second data collected from 2020-01-01T00:00:00 to 2020-12-31T23:59:59 created on Wed Feb 24 2021 12:36:43 GMT-0700 (Mountain Standard Time) from the following site: PROVO RIVER AT PROVO UT. Data created by CUAHSI HydroClient: http://data.cuahsi.org/#.8

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New Resource for Assignment 9
Created: March 3, 2021, 5:27 p.m.
Authors: Calhoon, Jacob

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This resource was originally meant for use asa class presentation. However, an unknown errorkept occuring with the resource originally meantfor this exercise. This resource will serve asthe assignment resource

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