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Model My Watershed Technical Documentation References
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- Bureau of Reclamation. 2013. Downscaled CMIP3 andCMIP5 climate and hydrology projections: Release of downscaled CMIP5 projections, comparison with preceding information, and summary of user needs. Denver, Colorado: U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Technical Services Center.
- Deliman, P.N., R.H. Glick, and C.E. Ruiz, 1999. Review of Watershed Water Quality Models. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Tech. Rep. W-99-1, 26 pp.
- Ensign, S. 2020. Modeling future climate for Model My Watershed. HydroShare: doi:10.4211/hs.60058ceda8334e68be141516c5b8de3f
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