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Sauk Watershed DHSVM-RBM 2018 model results: historic and future streamflows for network forcing of sediment models
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In the DHSVM-glacier model update, we incorporated RBM, a spatially distributed semi-Lagrangian stream temperature model (Yearsley 2009, 2012). At each time step and each stream segment, DHSVM now provides to RBM the hydrologic and meteorological inputs including air temperature, downward short wave and long wave radiation, vapor pressure, wind speed, and reach inflows and outflows. A proof of concept Source-to-Sink Network Routing Model was developed to capture the sediment transport given capacity generated from the largest annual storms, mass wasting events, and networked for 439 stream links in the Sauk watershed. The simulation results are for streamflow in each stream link from running the DHSVM-Glacier-RBM model for sediment network modeling. For developing scenarios and testing the proof-of-concept sediment network modeling, this includes 40 year time intervals from one historic (1960-2010) and three future climate scenarios (2060-2099).
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