|Resource type:||MODFLOW Model Instance Resource|
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|Created:||Dec 16, 2016 at 8:53 p.m.|
|Last updated:|| Dec 16, 2016 at 8:59 p.m.
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The model is a 1 year transient simulation of the Kamas valley. Downloaded from Utah Water Division. This is used to test MODFLOW Cloud
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This directory contains the shape files and data used to set up the Argus model of Kamas Valley. All of the shape files and coordinates are in UTM feet. Things may have changed in the model that did not change here, and if possible the shapefiles in subdirectory model gis should be used instead. Comment by Lynette Brooks. These are not the same as how the model ended. Data and shapefiles put out by the model are the correct model input. alluvium.shp The outline of the alluvium. This plus lakes.shp is used to set up the active part of the model. The same outline is used for aquifer characteristics alluvunits.shp Provided by Utah Geological Survey. Surficial geology of the alluvial area. Used for initial delineation of hydraulic conductivity and storage in model. canalrecharge.shp Contains the irrigation areas and the amount of recharge that comes from canal loss. Because the canals are well-spread, the loss is considered areally distributed over the canal area. No recharge from canals occurs in the middle of the valley where et occurs. Created by Lynette Brooks Sept 6, 2000 croprecharge.shp Contains the irrigation areas and the amount of recharge (feet/year) in each area. Many of the middle areas have been changed to 0 recharge, and water is assumed to be supplied to the crops by evapotranspiration. This file is current (Sept. 6, 2000) with the landuse_rech coverage in /gis2/kamas/arc. ephrech.shp Contains the areas and amount (feet/year) of recharge from ephemeral streams near mountains. This is more up-to-date than /gis2/kamas/arc/ephrech_feet evapo.shp Evapotranspiration amount (feet/year). This reflects the theory that crops in middle of valley use no irrigation water (it all runs off), but use only precipitation and ground water. Updated by Lynette Brooks Sept. 6, 2000 iso_new.shp Depth to bedrock as determined by Utah Geological Survey. Hugh Hurlow of UGS provided the shapefile. roads.shp Roads. Used as mapping layer only to help determine location
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