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All Topics | Topic "Simulating seasonal distribution shift"
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Dr. Sukhmani Mantel

Subject: Simulating seasonal distribution shift   
Posted: 11/26/2019 Viewed: 2004 times
Hi, I am trying to create a seasonal shift in the stream flow by 1-2 months. I have tried to do this using a wetland (setup as a reservoir) but I cannot get the seasonal shift. Any advice on this issue? Thanks in advance!
Dr. Hossein Babazadeh

Subject: Re: Simulating seasonal distribution shift   
Posted: 11/27/2019 Viewed: 1993 times
Hi Sukhmani,
I think the only way for shifting or making a delay in the streamflow is by using a reservoir and applying reservoir routing. But, the most important thing in this issue is the priority that you introduce in the model. If the downstream demands have higher priority than the reservoir, it can't make a delay. Therefore, you have to play with priorities special monthly priorities to achieve your goal.


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