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All Topics | Topic "Surface water potential Assessment"
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Mr. Abdurezak Arage

Subject: Surface water potential Assessment   
Posted: 10/21/2019 Viewed: 2245 times
can weap do surface water potential assessment
Dr. Hossein Babazadeh

Subject: Re: Surface water potential Assessment   
Posted: 10/27/2019 Viewed: 2198 times
Hi,
Yes, It can do it.
Mr. Abdurezak Arage

Subject: Re: Surface water potential Assessment   
Posted: 10/28/2019 Viewed: 2192 times
Thanks Dr. Hossein can you give me hint how can a prepare data for it
Dr. Hossein Babazadeh

Subject: Re: Surface water potential Assessment   
Posted: 10/28/2019 Viewed: 2185 times
Hi,
You can use the Catchment Delineation feature in the WEAP and Rainfall-Runoff model to produce runoff. Then calibrate runoff using observed streamflow. After calibration, it is possible to introduce different scenarios to evaluate river potential.

I hope this short description would be useful. Please feel free, if you need more comments.

Regards,
Hossein
Mr. Abdurezak Arage

Subject: Re: Surface water potential Assessment   
Posted: 11/24/2019 Viewed: 2030 times
Thank you Dr Hossein B
Topic "Surface water potential Assessment"