Lake Whatcom Model Recalibration: Memorandum to the Washington State Department of Ecology
Lake Whatcom Model Recalibration: Memorandum to the Washington State Department of Ecology (Number of pages: 734) (Publication Size: 7MB)
|Author(s)||Chris Berger and Scott Wells, Portland State University|
|Description||This document discusses the most recent (third) calibration of the Lake Whatcom CE-QUAL-W2 water quality model. Tributary loadings were supplied by the new HSPF watershed model. Model development and initial calibration were documented in the report “Lake Whatcom Water Quality Model” (Berger and Wells, 2005). Model improvements and a second calibration were documented in the memorandum “Whatcom Model calibration with variable stoichiometry in sediments” (Berger and Wells, 2007). Model-data error statistics of the prior (second) calibration were listed in “Appendix A: Old Calibration Statistics” for reference.|
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|Keywords||Whatcom, appendix, model, water quality, lake|
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