Fena Valley Reservoir Watershed and Water-Balance Model Updates and Expansion of Watershed Modeling to Southern Guam
USGS Pacific Islands Water Science Center Portland
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In 2014, the U.S. Geological Survey, in cooperation with SERDP initiated a project to evaluate the potential impacts of projected climate-change on DoD installations that rely on Guams water resources. A major task of this project was to develop a watershed model of southern Guam and a water-balance model for the Fena Valley Reservoir. The southern Guam watershed model provides a physically based tool to estimate surface water availability in southern Guam. The U.S. Geological Surveys Precipitation Runoff Modeling System, PRMS-IV. was used to construct the watershed model.