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All Topics | Topic "Automatic Catchment delineation"
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Mr. Jacob Kofi Mensah

Subject: Automatic Catchment delineation   
Posted: 8/9/2020 Viewed: 1504 times
I imported my basin into WEAP from arcGIS and did an automatic catchment delineation but cannot find the downloaded files. Please where do I locate/find the DEM and land cover data downloaded? I need your help
Ms. Anne Hereford

Subject: Re: Automatic Catchment delineation   
Posted: 9/26/2020 Viewed: 1353 times
Dear Jacob,
Once WEAP has added climate and elevation data to your model, you can choose to Export Data to Excel in the Edit menu while in Data view. This will allow you to view the climate data for each elevation band by catchment, and the area of each catchment that is in each land use category.

You will find a folder called Climate nested in WEAP Areas/YOUR_MODEL_NAME/

I don't think WEAP generates a DEM that you can access or load into a GIS program, for example.

Best,
Anne
Mr. Jacob Kofi Mensah

Subject: Re: Automatic Catchment delineation   
Posted: 10/8/2020 Viewed: 1338 times
Thanks Anne for the guidance
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Topic "Automatic Catchment delineation"