If you're taking the course for 2 credits, you need not turn anything in, but you will want at least a decent high-flow and low-flow simulation to allow you to complete the next two labs on ecohydraulic and sediment entrainment modeling.
If you're taking the course for 3 credits, by Thursday, April 14th, please turn in a complete lab report that adequately describes the purpose, methods, results and discussion for this lab. Your purpose is to build a verified 2D hydraulic model of our Curtis Creek study reach that will support ecohydrualic and sediment entrainment modeling. You should verify the results at the low-flow discharge we were on site at for, and then use the rating curve to model three other higher discharges.
Your report should include enough figures and analyses to convince your reader that the model is plausible and reasonable to sue for ecohydraulic and sediment entrainment modeling.