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This resource contains the work done in modeling future streamflow using DHSVM (Distributed Hydrology Soil Vegatation Model) to estimate changes in future flow for the King County Project.
The model was calibrated to match observations on each river and the calibrated model showed good performance for both monthly and extreme flow statistics.
Changes in streamflow were estimated by using the new regional climate model projections, developed under the parallel King County study, as input to the DHSVM model simulation.
This resource focuses on the files specific to the Snohomish River Basin.
|This resource is described by||https://cig.uw.edu/our-work/applied-research/effect-of-climate-change-on-flooding-in-king-county-rivers/|
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|Snohomish DHSVM modeling||Jason Won||Public & Shareable||Open Access|
This resource was created using funding from the following sources:
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|King County Flood Control District|
|Critical Infrastructure Resilience Institute (CIRI)||2015-ST-061-CIRC01|
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