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NETS 2006 Symposium

 

 

The 2006 NETS symposium was held on January 12-14, 2006 in Salt Lake City, Utah. The symposium was sponsored by the Army Corps of Engineers Institute of Water Resources (IWR) and was designed to review conceptual and practical designs and findings to date regarding studies and projects that had either been initiated or were in process. The goal of the symposium was to permit IWR, academic and non-academic participants to share, integrate knowledge, and identify and resolve issues in NETS related research. The following were reviewed:

  Agenda Item Presenter
Thursday, January 12 Reliability: Great Lakes Brown, Jonathan
Event Studies: Introduction Walker, Wesley
Event Studies: Greenup Kelz, Dale
Event Studies: L&D 27 Carr, John
Event Studies: McAlpine Lisney, Mark
HarborSym - Simulation Model for Deep Draft Navigation Improvements Rogers, Cory
Friday, January 13 Congestion and Spatial Equilibrium Models Wilson, Wesley
Columbia-Snake Tranportation: Demands Train, Kenneth
Long-Term Forecasting of Commodity Flows Method with Application to Mississippi River Grains and World Trade Wilson, William
Global Container Forecast Model Wilson, William
Determining System Capacity to Accomodate Grain Flows by Rail to the Mississippi River at St. Louis Travis, Merrill
Regional Routing Model: Assessment and Development of Multimodal Analytical Models (Phase 1) Lambert, Bruce
Inland Navigation Appointment System Sweeney, Donald
Geographic Information Systems for Tracking Vessels on the Inland Waterways Campbell, James
Using Genetic Algorithms in Optimization Models Schonfeld. Paul
Stated Preference Modeling of the Demand for Ohio River Shipments Sitchinava, Nino
Saturday, January 14 Port Devleopment, Internal Transport Systems and International Trade Blonigen, Bruce
Lock Performance Wilson, Wesley
Tradeable Permits Cook, Joe
Model of Spatial Market Areas and Transportation Demand Wilson, Wesley
Navigation System Simulation Model Lisney, Mark

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 


 

 

 


 

Reviewed 20 June 2016

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