Welcome to WEAP's Website WEAP
WEAP is an initiative of the Stockholm Environment Institute.


About WEAP

Home
Why WEAP?
Features
What's New?
Sample Screens
Demonstration
Publications
History and Credits

Using WEAP
Download
Licensing
User Guide
Tutorial
Videos (YouTube)

User Forum
Discussions
Members List
Edit Profile

Additional Support
Training
University Courses
Collaboration

About Us
SEI-US Water Resources Program
Please Contact Us

Environmental News
'Subterranean estuaries' crucial to sustainable fishing and aquacultur...
Pioneering research suggests 'subterranean estuaries' may be critical in managing sustainable fishing and aquaculture --...

Chemicals from human activities in transplanted oysters far from popul...
Wastewater treatment facilities clean the water that goes down our sinks and flushes our toilets, but they do not remove...

Antarctic Circumpolar Current flows more rapidly in warm phases
Our planet's strongest ocean current, which circulates around Antarctica, plays a major role in determining the transpor...
Source: Science Daily
LEAP
Interested in Energy?
Read about LEAP: SEI's software for energy planning.

Link WEAP and LEAP for combined Water-Energy planning.
Watch a video demo!
   

User Forum

All Topics | Topic "Gaps in Stream flow data"
Log in to post new messages or reply to existing messages.
 
Author Message
Mr. Vignesh Sridharan

Subject: Gaps in Stream flow data   
Posted: 6/22/2016 Viewed: 8623 times
HEllo,

In my WEAP model, I have many catchments contributing to the stream flow of a river. When I run my simulation, I get gaps in the stream flow results for certain years when i choose to see all the inputs. How do i correct it. I know for sure that there is stream flow because if I choose to see them one by one, I am able to view them without gaps.

Best
vignesh
Ms. Stephanie Galaitsi

Subject: Re: Gaps in Stream flow data   
Posted: 6/27/2016 Viewed: 8569 times
Dear Vignesh,

Can you clarify what you mean by "all the inputs". Are you looking at specific reaches in the river?
Topic "Gaps in Stream flow data"