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All Topics | Topic "Identifying reaches in the schematic"
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Mr. CLEMENT ALEXANDRE IRYAYO

Subject: Identifying reaches in the schematic   
Posted: 11/6/2016 Viewed: 7541 times
Is there a way of identifying the reaches of a river in the schematic? If it is, please shed some light, if not, think about enabling it in the next version because it is really important when analysing the data.
Ms. Stephanie Galaitsi

Subject: Re: Identifying reaches in the schematic   
Posted: 11/7/2016 Viewed: 7534 times
Dear Clement,

The reaches are the areas in between different withdrawals or supply to the river. The reaches are named for the element that marks their upstream demarcation. For instance, if you have a river with a reservoir on it, the first reach would be "Below [River name] headflow", then the second reach would be called "below [name of reservoir]. The reaches are always listed in order, starting from the headwater.
Mr. Nathan Kanyesigye

Subject: Re: Identifying reaches in the schematic   
Posted: 5/24/2017 Viewed: 6440 times
very true@ Clement
Topic "Identifying reaches in the schematic"