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Ms. Hamizah Rhymee

Subject: calibration for ET   
Posted: 3/2/2018 Viewed: 3705 times
I am trying to model reference ET and actual ET using input data: min and max temperature, rainfall, wind speed, humidity and solar radiation. However, the observed ET data is unavailable in my region.How do i calibrate Et in the absence of observed ET? i am modelling a catchment using period from 2012-2013

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Ms. Stephanie Galaitsi

Subject: Re: calibration for ET   
Posted: 4/23/2018 Viewed: 3691 times
Hi Hamizah,

The ETref can be calculated using the Penman-Montieth equation. There is information about this in the WEAP Help Menu. Open up the Help Menu in WEAP and search "ETRef."

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