USGS Groundwater Information: Branch of Geophysics
1DTempPro is a computer program for the analysis of one-dimensional vertical temperature profiles. The program is a graphical user interface (GUI) to the previously published USGS code VS2DH, which numerically solves the flow and heat-transport equations. The program allows users to visually calibrate VS2DH models against measured data to estimate vertical groundwater/surface-water exchange and also hydraulic conductivity for cases where hydraulic head is known. 1DTempPro is written in C# for execution in a MS Windows .NET environment.
Figure 1. (a) A schematic of data collection including a temperature probe with four sensors (colored dots) and a pair of piezometers, installed in a 3-layer streambed; (b) measurements of temperature (T), head difference (Δh = h1 – h2) or q forcing for boundary conditions; (c) numerical model consisting of a single column of fully saturated finite-difference cells with layer-dependent properties; (d) comparison of modeled and observed data; and (e) optional automated parameter-estimation procedure, which involves minimizing the sum of the squared errors (SSE) by iteratively updating a selected system parameter and rerunning the model. (Source: Koch and others, 2015)
The current version of 1DTempPro is v.2.0 (July 23, 2015). 1DTempPro v2.0 has been tested for use on Windows 7 and Windows 8 operating systems. For a complete explanation of the changes in this release and a history of past releases, refer to:
Koch, F.W., Voytek, E.B., Day-Lewis, F.D., Healy, R., Briggs, M.A., Werkema, D., and Lane, J.W., Jr., 2015, 1DTempPro: A program for analysis of vertical one-dimensional (1D) temperature profiles v2.0: U.S. Geological Survey Software Release, 23 July 2015, http://dx.doi.org/10.5066/F76T0JQS.
The previous version of 1DTempPro is no longer actively supported by the USGS. The software has been superseded by 1DTempPro version 2.0. The software version below is provided online for historical reference only, and may contain outdated information or broken links.
Briggs, M.A., Lautz, L.K., Buckley, S.F., Lane, J.W., 2014, Practical limitations on the use of diurnal temperature signals to quantify groundwater upwelling : Journal of Hydrology, vol. 519, pp. 1739-1751. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2014.09.030
Briggs, M.A., Voytek, E.B., Day-Lewis, F.D, Rosenberry, D.O., and Lane, J.W., 2013, Understanding Water Column and Streambed Thermal Refugia for Endangered Mussels in the Delaware River : Environmental Sciences and Technology: v. 47, no. 20, p. 11423-11431. doi:10.1021/es4018893.
Support is provided for correcting bugs and clarification of how 1DTempPro is intended to work. Only limited assistance can be provided for applying 1DTempPro to specific problems by contacting the point of contact listed below:
U.S. Geological Survey
Office of Groundwater, Branch of Geophysics
11 Sherman Place, Unit 5015
University of Connecticut
Storrs Mansfield, CT 06269
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