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All Topics | Topic "Flood Estimation"
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Eng. Simon Korir

Subject: Flood Estimation   
Posted: 4/4/2016 Viewed: 9489 times
i want to calculate flood estimation for future for Enkare river in Narok using WEAP, kindly advice me,i have rainfall data for a the period between 1980 to 2009

Simon kiplangat korir
Mr. Huzefa Haji

Subject: Re: Flood Estimation   
Posted: 4/11/2016 Viewed: 9438 times
Hi Simon,
Your question is too general. Please be specific.

Regards,
Huzefa
Topic "Flood Estimation"