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AECOM 2018 Models

2018 AECOM Diversion Model

The diversion models you are about to access were created by AECOM pursuant to a contract with the Interstate Stream Commission (ISC). The posted versions are “unlocked,” meaning that anyone can access and modify variables in the posted versions. However, modifications made by users will not be saved by the models online. Please note that modifying any variable affects a number of calculations in the models. Neither the ISC nor AECOM take any responsibility for any results obtained by modifying any cell and/or input data in the posted version of the diversion models. Modifications made by users have not been vetted by the ISC or by AECOM and are not part of the work product submitted by AECOM.

For more information regarding the diversion models, please study “2018 AECOM Diversion, Yield and Return Flow” memos for the Cliff-Gila, San Francisco and Virden areas, available under the “Studies and Related Documents” header.

2018 AECOM Yield Models

The yield model you are about to access was created in GoldSim by AECOM pursuant to a contract with the Interstate Stream Commission (ISC). The model includes yield analyses for Cliff-Gila, Virden, and San Francisco components of the NM CAP Entity’s proposed action. The posted versions are “unlocked,” meaning that anyone can access and modify variables in the posted version, if the software has been purchased by the user. However, potential users of the GoldSim model can download a free player from the GoldSim website that allows anyone to view and run GoldSim models. To download the free Player, please visit: https://www.goldsim.com/Web/Products/GoldSimPlayer/

All 3 files for each component will be needed in order to run the GoldSim model. Please note that modifying any variable affects a number of calculations in the model. Neither the ISC nor AECOM take any responsibility for any results obtained by modifying any cell and/or input data in the posted version of the yield model. Modifications made by users have not been vetted by the ISC or by AECOM and are not part of the work product submitted by AECOM.

For more information regarding the diversion models, please study “2018 AECOM Diversion, Yield and Return Flow” memos for the Cliff-Gila, San Francisco and Virden areas, available under the “Studies and Related Documents” header.

  1. Cliff-Gila Valley

    a. AECOM GoldSim Yield Model for Gila

    b. AECOM GoldSim Summary Outputs

    c. AECOM Streamflows and Diversions

  2. San Francisco River

    a. AECOM GoldSim Yield Model for San Francisco

    b. AECOM GoldSim Summary Outputs

    c. AECOM Streamflows and Diversions

  3. Virden

    a. AECOM GoldSim Yield Model for Virden

    b. AECOM GoldSim Summary Outputs

    c. AECOM Streamflows and Diversions

AECOM 2017 Models

2017 AECOM Diversion Model

The diversion models you are about to access were created by AECOM pursuant to a contract with the Interstate Stream Commission (ISC). The posted versions are “unlocked,” meaning that anyone can access and modify variables in the posted versions. However, modifications made by users will not be saved by the models online. Please note that modifying any variable affects a number of calculations in the models. Neither the ISC nor AECOM take any responsibility for any results obtained by modifying any cell and/or input data in the posted version of the diversion models. Modifications made by users have not been vetted by the ISC or by AECOM and are not part of the work product submitted by AECOM.

For more information regarding the diversion models, please study “2017 AECOM NM Unit Phase II Report” and “2017 AECOM NM Unit Phase II Diversion Yield Presentation”, available under the “Studies and Related Documents” folder.

  1. AECOM Gila Diversion Model
  2. AECOM Mogollon Diversion Model
  3. AECOM San Francisco Diversion Model

2017 AECOM Yield Model

The yield model you are about to access was created in GoldSim by AECOM pursuant to a contract with the Interstate Stream Commission (ISC). The model includes yield analyses for Gila, Mogollon, and San Francisco Rivers. The posted version is “unlocked,” meaning that anyone can access and modify variables in the posted version, if the software has been purchased by the user. However, potential users of the GoldSim model can download a free player from the GoldSim website that allows anyone to view and run GoldSim models. To download the free Player, please visit: https://www.goldsim.com/Web/Products/GoldSimPlayer/

All 3 files will be needed in order to run the GoldSim model. Please note that modifying any variable affects a number of calculations in the model. Neither the ISC nor AECOM take any responsibility for any results obtained by modifying any cell and/or input data in the posted version of the yield model. Modifications made by users have not been vetted by the ISC or by AECOM and are not part of the work product submitted by AECOM.

For more information regarding the yield model, please study “2017 AECOM NM Unit Phase II Report” and “2017 AECOM NM Unit Phase II Diversion Yield Presentation”, available under the “Studies and Related Documents” folder.

  1. AECOM GoldSim Yield Model for Gila and San Francisco and Mogollon
  2. AECOM GoldSim Summary Outputs
  3. AECOM Streamflows and Diversions

ISC Models

2010 Sandia Models

The model you are about to access was developed and provided in PowerSim by Sandia National Labs pursuant to a contract with the Interstate Stream Commission (ISC). The posted version is “unlocked,” meaning that anyone can access and modify variables in the posted version, if the software has been purchased by the user. However, potential users of the PowerSim model can download a free demo version from the PowerSim website that allows anyone to view and run PowerSim models. To download the free demo, please visit: http://www.powersim.com/main/download-support/technical_resources/free-downloads/

For more information regarding the model, please study “2012 Sandia SGF Modeling Report” and “2010 Sandia SGF Modeling Presentation”, available under the “Studies and Related Documents” header.

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