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All Topics | Topic "Catchment soil moisture method climate settings"
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Mr. Wilco Terink

Subject: Catchment soil moisture method climate settings   
Posted: 9/13/2018 Viewed: 3466 times

I looked into the climate tab of the catchment soil moisture method, and noticed that quite a number of climatological variables are required (which are often not available) to calculate the reference evapotranspiration. I often calculate ETref myself (using Hargreaves), and would like to have the option to provide the ETref as a time-series to WEAP. This is possible with the simplified coefficient method, but not with the soil moisture method. Was wondering if this option could be included in future updates?
Topic "Catchment soil moisture method climate settings"