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Bear and Weber Rivers WEAP Models Input Data

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Bear and Weber Rivers WEAP Models Input Data

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People David E. Rosenberg, David B. Cole et al, Jack Sieber, Adel Abdallah, Jim Stagge
Souces BearRiverFeb2017_V10.9, WeberOgdenRiversLab
Methods Water Evaluation And Planning System, Sedimentation, Evaporation, Headflow, Demand
Scenarios Bear River WEAP Model 2017, Sedimentation, Evaporation, Headflow, Demand, Base
AttributesCV Depleted flow, Cost, Priority, Flow, Demand, Elevation, Evaporation, Max_Volume, Min_Volume, Reservoir bathymetry curve, Volume
ObjectTypesCV Catchment, Demand site, Diversion, Groundwater, Headflow, Hydroelectric plant, Reservoir, Return flow, Site, Stream, Wastewater treatment plant
Organizations Utah Water Research Lab, Utah Division of Water Resources (UDWR), Stockholm Environment Institute
ResourceTypes Water Evaluation And Planning, Water Evaluation And Planning_Weber
MasterNetworkName Bear River Network, Weber

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Abdallah, A. (2019). Bear and Weber Rivers WEAP Models Input Data, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/fc2855fee61d40629d34f4f7db5a1ba2

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