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All Topics | Topic "Soil Moisture Method, climate data"
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Mr. Mido Wakeel

Subject: Soil Moisture Method, climate data   
Posted: 2/18/2020 Viewed: 1692 times
Dear All,

I am using the WEAP model in annual timestep, can I use the annual climate data instead of monthly data for soil moisture method?

Thank you
Ms. Anne Hereford

Subject: Re: Soil Moisture Method, climate data   
Posted: 3/21/2020 Viewed: 1658 times
If your model is set to use an annual timestep, you will not be able to enter monthly data and must provide annual data. If you initially set your model up while in a monthly timestep mode, WEAP may be using data from January to represent annual data.

Anne
Topic "Soil Moisture Method, climate data"