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All Topics | Topic "How can we disaggregate the irrigation demand to different schemes when using a watershed modeling approach?"
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Eng. Sisay Teklu Ido

Subject: How can we disaggregate the irrigation demand to different schemes when using a watershed modeling approach?   
Posted: 1/24/2019 Viewed: 2879 times
Hi!
I am using rainfall Runoff soil moisture method of WEAP modeling.
I modeled my irrigation demand as a watershed demand by designating the sub-catchment as containing irrigated land cover fractions and connected the sub-catchment to the river using a transmission link.

I have three different irrigation schemes in the sub-catchment at different locations. But based on the above modeling approach they are merged together as irrigated land cover branches not as separate irrigation schemes. Hence, during my analysis I couldn’t assign different irrigation efficiencies for the three different schemes.

So my question is when modeling irrigation demand as a watershed demand, how can we disaggregate the irrigation demand to different schemes/zones so that we can define different characteristics for each scheme.

Thank you!

Topic "How can we disaggregate the irrigation demand to different schemes when using a watershed modeling approach?"