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All Topics | Topic "Local Reservoir loss to Grounwater"
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Mr. Sujit Choudhury

Subject: Local Reservoir loss to Grounwater   
Posted: 2/15/2018 Viewed: 3629 times
Hi, Built a model for a catchment with local non-river reservoir node has been created and it has been linked to catchment node successfully. This also needs to be linked to the Groundwater node but runoff/infiltration link from Groundwater is not getting linked it shows error the catchment is in Rainfall Runoff (soil moisture method) but without link also the inflow and outflow to groundwater cannot be established. Can you help me?
Ms. Stephanie Galaitsi

Subject: Re: Local Reservoir loss to Grounwater   
Posted: 4/16/2018 Viewed: 3619 times
Hi Sujit,

When you link a Soil Moisture Method catchment to a groundwater node, the groundwater node becomes the lower bucket in the 2-bucket model (of the Soil Moisture Method).

So, try linking the runoff-infiltration to the catchment.
Topic "Local Reservoir loss to Grounwater"