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1 Guadalupe Watershed Model Year 1 Progress Report SPLWG Meeting May 14 th 2008 John Oram, Lester McKee, Michelle Lent Item #3b
2 Guadalupe River Watershed Characteristics –Area ~236 km 2 below res. ~178 km 2 above res. –13% industrial –13% commercial –58% residential –486,500 pop. Item #3b
3 Motivation Item #3b
4 Model Development : Streams Item #3b
5 Model Development : Delineation Item #3b
6 Model Development : Delineation Item #3b
7 Model Development : Land Use Item #3b
8 Model Development : Land Use Item #3b
9 Model Inputs Precip (15 min) Evap (daily) Land Use Topography Stream Flow Reservoir Flow Item #3b
10 Uncalibrated Results Model underestimates baseflow (No reservoir flows) Item #3b
11 Uncalibrated Results : Reservoir Flows Item #3b
12 Next Steps Add additional precip stations Add reservoir flows Calibrate & validate Run scenarios –Determine lag times –Long-term water budget –Others? Item #3b
1 Dynamic modeling in a representative watershed (Guadalupe) Michelle Lent, John Oram, and Lester McKee Sources Pathways and Loadings Workgroup May 6 th.
Slide 1 Item #6 Watershed Modeling at SFEI John J. Oram, Lester J. McKee, Mikolaj Lewicki SPLWG December 2007.
1 Guadalupe Watershed Model Year 2 update Presentation to SPLWG May 27, 2009 Michelle Lent, John Oram, Lester McKee Item #7.
Item #6b 1 Towards a Bay Area Watershed Model Presented to the SPLWG May 14, 2008 John Oram & Lester McKee.
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1 PCB and PBDE loads at Mallard Island on the Sacramento River: WYs John Oram, Jon Leatherbarrow, and Lester McKee Sources Pathways and Loadings.
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2 A J B F 5 6 E 8 C G 10 4 I 26 H D N Legend Source drains into the ditch here. Data point directly.
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