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UTA researcher helping to improve Corps of Engineers' watershed modeling capability

(University of Texas at Arlington) Assistant Professor Nick Fang will receive $150,000 for 2017 under the contract, which is renewable annually for the next five, to help the Corps of Engineers produce highly accurate hydrologic and hydraulic models that will help the Fort Worth District Water Resources Branch better cope with changing climate and land use.
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