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Dr. Abdoulaye Sarr

Subject: clip watershed   
Posted: 9/30/2018 Viewed: 3567 times
Hi there,

Could someone help on how to clip or extract a watershed/catchment delineated in WEAP? I need it to pass or display it using another software
for further postprocessing. Also save the extracted climate data in WEAP in netcdf format.
Dr. Abdoulaye Sarr

Subject: Re: clip watershed   
Posted: 10/28/2018 Viewed: 3233 times
It looks my question not clear?
I need after delineation of catchment or watershed to extract the area are shapefile or other format like raster or netcdf for specific post-processing.

Hope someone could help.
Ms. Anne Hereford

Subject: Re: clip watershed   
Posted: 1/2/2019 Viewed: 3223 times
Hi Abdoulaye,
Once you create your watersheds using Catchment Delineation Mode and save your model, a shapefile containing your watershed boundaries will automatically appear in the model's folder in your WEAP Areas folder, wherever you have that saved on your computer. By default, it will be called WEAPCatchment.shp (with associated .shx and .dbf files).

Dr. Abdoulaye Sarr

Subject: Re: clip watershed   
Posted: 1/3/2019 Viewed: 3218 times
Thank you Anne, shapefile well identified now.

Topic "clip watershed"