Automated Baseflow Separation for Canadian datasets (ABScan) is a Hydrograph Analysis tool that automatically filters streamflow data into runoff and baseflow components. The model is designed to be used with Environment Canada's free HYDAT database which is updated regularly and contains daily, monthly, and instantaneous data for streamflow, water level, and sediment data for over 2500 active and 5500 discontinued hydrometric monitoring stations across Canada. The software offers several filtering algorithms (Lyne and Hollick, Chapman, Eckhardt) and output options (CSV, Excel) for up to 50 years of data at a time. It is suitable for use with any distributed runoff models, and can easily be adapted for use in non-Canadian datasets.
released on 1 January 1970
Paid supportAvailable upon request
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