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All Topics | Topic "rainfall runoff method"
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Miss Areesha Asghar

Subject: rainfall runoff method   
Posted: 4/27/2018 Viewed: 3751 times
Dear Stephanie,
I am writing a paper for submission and I want to discuss in detail the calibration method I chose for my model. can you please provide any help regarding this.Like which mathematical equation does this method use? and any further description of it will be helpful.

regards,
Areesha Asghar
Ms. Stephanie Galaitsi

Subject: Re: rainfall runoff method   
Posted: 4/27/2018 Viewed: 3743 times
Dear Areesha,

The rainfall runoff method is documented in detail in the WEAP Help Menu. When you open WEAP, go to Help in the top ribbon, and then Search, and search for the rainfall runoff method that you're using (either simplified coefficient or soil moisture). There are a few articles, check them out.
Miss Areesha Asghar

Subject: Re: rainfall runoff method   
Posted: 4/30/2018 Viewed: 3735 times
Dear Stephanie,
Thank you so much. I'll check the WEAP help and the articles as well.
Topic "rainfall runoff method"