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1 Hayward Zone 4 Line A Watershed Modeling Item #2a-2
2 Watershed Modeling Overview Phase IPhase IIPhase III WaterSedimentContaminants Hydrological Simulation Program FORTRAN (HSPF) Evaporation Item #2a-2
3 Inputs: Land use data -provides % imperviousness Meteorological data -local precipitation and evaporation data Item #2a-2
4 Output: Uncalibrated hydrograph Predicted Flow compared to Observed Flow Input: Oakland Foothills precipitation data Item #2a-2
5 Next steps Add storm drains Calibrate hydrograph Model sediment Model contaminants (e.g. Hg, PCBs) Item #2a-2
1 Guadalupe Watershed Model Year 2 update Presentation to SPLWG May 27, 2009 Michelle Lent, John Oram, Lester McKee Item #7.
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1 WATERSHED SPECIFIC AND REGIONAL SCALE SUSPENDED SEDIMENT LOAD ESTIMATES FOR BAY AREA SMALL TRIBUTARIES Mikołaj Lewicki and Lester McKee Sources Pathways.
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