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Calibration study with SAMSON: a model for conjunctive operation of surface and groundwaters

, : Calibration study with SAMSON: a model for conjunctive operation of surface and groundwaters. IAHS Publication ( 180): 241-249

The SAMSON model was used to reproduce historical records of flows at several gauges on the South Plate River between Denver, Colorado and the Nebraska state line, USA. In this stream-aquifer system the water is directed and reused 3 times on average primarily for agricultural purposes in a semi-arid environment. SAMSON was used to predict the flows during wet and dry periods when river regimes differ widely.

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