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Mr. Ephraim Samuel

Subject: Using WEAP on a project topic.   
Posted: 6/18/2020 Viewed: 1516 times
I'm currently researching on the impact of climate on rivers. Can WEAP work for me? I mean is weap advisable to use? I need suggestions
Ms. Anne Hereford

Subject: Re: Using WEAP on a project topic.   
Posted: 6/24/2020 Viewed: 1499 times
Dear Ephraim,
WEAP can be used to model river flows, supply/demand, and water quality considering projected changes to climate. Whether WEAP is the best tool for you will depend on the scale of your project, what data are available locally, and what questions you are asking. You might respond with more specifics of your study in order to get more targeted advice about whether WEAP is right for you. You could also look through the published studies listed on our Publications page to see how others have used WEAP in the past.
Cheers,
Anne
Mr. Wasswa Peter

Subject: Re: Using WEAP on a project topic.   
Posted: 8/3/2020 Viewed: 1367 times
Hello team,with reference to Mr.Ephraim's comment,I add my question,"How can I add rainfall,maximum temperature and minimum temperatures (monthly) for a period (2021-2040) when am modelling future water demands for my study area
Topic "Using WEAP on a project topic."