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All Topics | Topic "Water Resource Assessment of A Watershed"
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Mr. Birabhadra Rout

Subject: Water Resource Assessment of A Watershed   
Posted: 6/18/2018 Viewed: 3492 times
I want to assess, the blue-water resource (Surface water & Groundwater) & the green-water flow and storage (flow as ET and storage as soil moisture) on a monthly scale for my watershed. Basically i require to find out water balance components of a river-basin consisting of surface runoff, recharge to shallow aquifer, soil moisture storage & ET. Can i do the same in WEAP. If so, the kindly refer me some instructional guide for working out the this objective.

Also I want to know how to calibrate & validate the hydrologic parameters for setting up the watershed model for further simulations of these water balance components mentioned above.
Topic "Water Resource Assessment of A Watershed"