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Subcatchment Colormapping

Select a channel or hillslope to view information
Modify Landuse

Rebuild the soils after changing managements.

WEPP Results

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Upload Soil Burn Severity Map

Upload a raster SBS map (.img or .tif). The map can be a 4 class SBS map or a 256 dNBR map.

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Channel Delineation

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Outlet

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Subcatchments Delineation

Advanced Options
Clip Hillslopes

WEPP can overpredict erosion with long hillslopes. Clipping will restrict the length and maintain area by increasing the width of the hillslope.

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Landuse Options

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Soil Options

Hillslopes with burn severity landuses will have soils altered to model burn severity.

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Climate Options

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Spatial Mode


Stochastic Climate Generation
Observed Climate Database
Future Climate Database
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Future (CMIP5)
Single Storm (Cligen)
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Watershed Preparation Report

Watershed Preparation Details

Download as CSV Zip Archive

WEPP

Advanced Options
For more information on the advanced processing options see the documentation
Flowpath Processing

Running flowpaths produces a gridded soil deposition/loss map, but runtime is considerably longer.



Hourly Seepage

Computes hourly instead of daily seepage calculations. Only applies to projects with 7778 soils (Not WEPP-PEP).



PMET

Computes evaporation and transpiration (ET) based on Penman-Monteith’s equation. The default is Penman’s equation.



Frost

Adjustment of effective hydraulic and thermal conductivity for snow, frozen-residue, and frozen-soil.



Snow

Adjustments for snow.


Baseflow Processing

Channel Parameters

Bedrock

Pollutant Processing (Optional)

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Wildfire Ash Transport And Risk estimation tool (WATAR)

The ash transport analysis is available for continuous climates (no single storm). A climate with at least 100 years is recommended. The ash transport relies on WEPP outputs. Run WEPP before running this analysis.

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Load Map

Upload a raster load map (.img or .tif). The map should contain ash loads in tonne / ha.

Bulk Density Map (Optional)

Upload a raster load map (.img or .tif). The map should contain ash bulk densities in g/m3. When provided it is used to classify the ash as black (> 0.2515) or white (<e; 0.2515).

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Water Transport


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Export

Zip Archive

Download Zip Archive of the Project

Daily Waterbalance Report

Download totalwatsed.csv

Arcmap Resources

Download Zip Archive with gtiffs and shapefiles

Watershed Preparation Details

Download as CSV Zip Archive

ERMiT

Download Hillslope Input CSV for ERMiT and Disturbed WEPP

Download the ERMiT and Disturbed WEPP batch processing spreadsheets