WISKI includes a complete USGS compatible surface
water computation program and powerful statistical tools
for hydrologic studies. Program features allow
hydrologic data management and reporting for :
Surface water data is read from gage heights from
graphical recorder charts, data loggers and ASCII
files. Includes editors for entering and editing datum
corrections, time shifts, stage shifts, ratings, and
formulas. Computes daily means discharges using
multiple ratings with log and rectilinear
interpolation. Rating shifts and datum corrections to
compute instantaneous daily, monthly, and yearly mean
discharge. All computations are USGS compatible.
Includes plotting programs. Prints out all the
standard reports from Primary Computation Sheets, to
Year-End Discharge and many more.
Water balance program features unlimited uses the
daily flows of streamflow stations and combines them
using any mathematical equation. Allows computation of
water balances between any number of stations.
MMM (max, min, mean), a generic report program,
summarizes any data type into a usable report -
conductivity, barometric pressure, dissolved oxygen,
Sediment Computation and Report Program uses
instantaneous discharge (cfs) and sediment
concentrations (tons/day or tons/hour) to compute and
print out the standard USGS report.
Stage reads in gage heights and generates water level
reports at stage-only stations such as lakes and
Graphical Programs graph flow and stage hydrographs,
storm mass curves and histograms, rating tables,
Precipitation Program reduces rainfall data recorded
graphically on punched tape, data loggers, or in ASCII
files to hourly, monthly, and yearly totals. Computes
and stores the maximum short duration intensity series
for unlimited storms per water year.
Water quality data
Snow survey records including snow depth and density.
The basic WISKI software package
includes a time-series manager, BIBER the discharge
measurement manager and a SKED the rating curve editor.
Additional modules add digitizing capabilities, remote
telemetry, automated data import from other sources, and
automated reporting to Internet or Intranet web-pages.