Implement GIS as a tool to prepare inputs data of WRF-Hydro to run and compare with NWM outputs for a small watershed in the Great Salt Lake basin
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This proposal represents the need of using GIS as a tool to prepare inputs data of WRF-Hydro hydrologic model to simulate and predict streamflow in a small watershed in the GSL. WRF-Hydro, developed by National Center for Atmospheric Research ( NCAR), is the underlying hydrologic model implemented in National Water Model (NWM). The goal of this work is to use WRF-Hydro for a small watershed and compare the outputs with those of NWM.
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