Adel Abdallah

WESTERN STATES WATER COUNCIL | Water Data Exchange Program Manager

Subject Areas: Hydroinformatics, Water Resources Management

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This resource includes an SQLite file for the Water Management Data Model (WaMDaM) that stores data for two existing models; the Bear River Watershed that spans Utah and Idaho, and the Weber Bear River Watershed in Utah.

The data is produced from Chapter 3 of my dissertation
https://digitalcommons.usu.edu/etd/7797/

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Monterrey Mexico model From OpenAgua

This resource includes an SQLite file for the Water Management Data Model (WaMDaM) that stores data for the water allocation model for the Monterrey metropolitan area, Mexico. The model is imported from OpenAgua using the WaMDaM Wizard. For more info, visit OpenAgua here https://www.openagua.org/home

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WEAP and WASH Bear River Systems Models

This resource includes an SQLite file for the Water Management Data Model (WaMDaM) that stores data for two models in the Bear River Watershed in Utah.

The first model is the Watershed Area of Suitable Habitat (WASH) optimization model that allocates water to maximize watershed habitat areas for the Lower Bear River Watershed (Utah portion) (Alafifi and Rosenberg, 2020). The WASH model uses the General Algebraic Modeling System (GAMS) engine which has no user interface.

The second model is a WEAP simulation model that allocates water by water right priority within the Bear River Watershed (Utah and Idaho portions). WEAP has a proprietary database and does not support data publication. Both the WASH and WEAP models were developed from a predecessor 2010 Utah Division of Water Resources model for the lower Bear River basin that had a plain text input file and Fortran computational engine which was depreciated. The WASH model disaggregated irrigation demands within Cache Valley, Utah while the WEAP model extended the model domain upstream to Idaho and Bear Lake.

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The Water Management Data Model (WaMDaM) is an information model and a couple of supporting software ecosystem. WaMDaM tools are designed to organize, identify, and compare multiple systems water management data in a single database. This resource contains a snapshot of all the files and source code of WaMDaM Project by July 2018 as posted on GitHub at https://github.com/WamdamProject/

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WaMDaM-Hydra plugin
Created: Feb. 1, 2018, 9:45 p.m.
Authors: Adel Abdallah

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This is a demo of the HydroShare Python Notebook Server for WaMDaM-Hydra plugin

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WaDE API calls
Created: Feb. 2, 2018, 9:59 p.m.
Authors: Adel Abdallah

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This is a demo of the HydroShare Python Notebook Server for WaDE API

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WaMDaM_Project_All_files_July2018
Created: July 5, 2018, 6:23 p.m.
Authors: Adel Abdallah ยท David E Rosenberg

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The Water Management Data Model (WaMDaM) is an information model and a couple of supporting software ecosystem. WaMDaM tools are designed to organize, identify, and compare multiple systems water management data in a single database. This resource contains a snapshot of all the files and source code of WaMDaM Project by July 2018 as posted on GitHub at https://github.com/WamdamProject/

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WEAP and WASH Bear River Systems Models
Created: Jan. 22, 2019, 4:18 a.m.
Authors: Adel Abdallah

ABSTRACT:

WEAP and WASH Bear River Systems Models

This resource includes an SQLite file for the Water Management Data Model (WaMDaM) that stores data for two models in the Bear River Watershed in Utah.

The first model is the Watershed Area of Suitable Habitat (WASH) optimization model that allocates water to maximize watershed habitat areas for the Lower Bear River Watershed (Utah portion) (Alafifi and Rosenberg, 2020). The WASH model uses the General Algebraic Modeling System (GAMS) engine which has no user interface.

The second model is a WEAP simulation model that allocates water by water right priority within the Bear River Watershed (Utah and Idaho portions). WEAP has a proprietary database and does not support data publication. Both the WASH and WEAP models were developed from a predecessor 2010 Utah Division of Water Resources model for the lower Bear River basin that had a plain text input file and Fortran computational engine which was depreciated. The WASH model disaggregated irrigation demands within Cache Valley, Utah while the WEAP model extended the model domain upstream to Idaho and Bear Lake.

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Monterrey Mexico model From OpenAgua
Created: Jan. 22, 2019, 5:52 a.m.
Authors: Adel Abdallah

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Monterrey Mexico model From OpenAgua

This resource includes an SQLite file for the Water Management Data Model (WaMDaM) that stores data for the water allocation model for the Monterrey metropolitan area, Mexico. The model is imported from OpenAgua using the WaMDaM Wizard. For more info, visit OpenAgua here https://www.openagua.org/home

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OpenAgua
Created: April 21, 2019, 8:35 p.m.
Authors: Adel Abdallah

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Bear and Weber Rivers WEAP Models Input Data
Created: Jan. 3, 2021, 11:10 p.m.
Authors: Adel Abdallah

ABSTRACT:

This resource includes an SQLite file for the Water Management Data Model (WaMDaM) that stores data for two existing models; the Bear River Watershed that spans Utah and Idaho, and the Weber Bear River Watershed in Utah.

The data is produced from Chapter 3 of my dissertation
https://digitalcommons.usu.edu/etd/7797/

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