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Mr. David Poblete

Subject: WEAP for Hydrology courses   
Posted: 6/22/2017 Viewed: 5569 times
Hi, I wonder if anybody has material using WEAP as a tool for a Hydrology course for undergraduates.

I'm not prettending to teach all the resources WEAP can offer, just to use it as a teaching tool and hopefully preparing some of them, future civil engineers, as WEAP users.

I would appreciate some material on Water Balance, Evapotranspiration and Precipitation-Runoff to apply on WEAP on my lessons.

Thanks in advance!
Ms. Stephanie Galaitsi

Subject: Re: WEAP for Hydrology courses   
Posted: 6/23/2017 Viewed: 5558 times
Hi David,

You can find a lot of material about how WEAP models catchments (including evapotranspiration and precipitation-runoff) in the help section about the Soil Moisture Model, or the other catchment models used. We just put out a video yesterday about the Help Menu, if you want to learn about how to use it. www.WEP21.org/videos.
Topic "WEAP for Hydrology courses"