|Model name||SHAW model (simultaneous heat and water model)|
|Development language||Fortran 77|
|Related websites||Official website|
|update time||2018-05-17 00:00|
|Tag||one-dimensional Coupled model of water and heat|
The SHAW model is a one-dimensional multi-layer coupled model of water and heat, which was developed by flerchinger and others of the northwest basin research center of the U.S. Department of agriculture in 1989. It describes in detail the one-dimensional vertical water and heat transfer process of soil vegetation atmosphere. The basic meteorological data driving the model operation include daily precipitation, maximum and minimum temperature, solar radiation and wind speed.
|Flerchinger||USDA Logo United States Department of Agriculture|
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