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Mr. tesfaye negasa

Subject: observed stream flow data   
Posted: 6/14/2018 Viewed: 3611 times
dears;1)i want to do evaluation of surface water resources of a certain basin using WEAP model;in that case in the basin there are two stream flow guage stations,from which stations can i use the data to use as input to WEAP model? is it possible to use the same observed stream data for both calibration and evaluation purpose?
2)how can i do stream flow and climate data analysis to use the data as an input to WEAP model?

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