Minnehaha Creek Watershed SWMM5 model data analysis and future recommendations
Zhang, Zhonglong.; Mueller, Chanel.
Technical NoteFrom the Introduction: The primary objective of this study is to convert the existing Minnehaha Creek watershed XPSWMM models into EPA SWMM5 (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Storm Water Management Model version 5) models. Additional goals of the study are to review available data and to provide recommendations for future data collection/monitoring and modeling efforts. This technical note documents and explains the conversion of the Minnehaha Creek watershed XPSWMM hydrologic and hydraulic models into SWMM5 models. The document also includes a data inventory, discussions of model calibration efforts and existing model limitations, and recommendations to the Minnehaha Creek Watershed District regarding future monitoring and modeling efforts.
Environmental Laboratory (U.S.)Engineer Research and Development Center (U.S.)
Minneapolis, Minnesota; Minnehaha Creek, Minnesota; Minnehaha Creek watershed; Watersheds; Models; Watershed modeling; Model data; Data; Data analysis; Watershed monitoring
Technical note (Environmental Laboratory (U.S.)) ; 13-2.
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