SWAT Literature Database for Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Title:The distributed model intercomparison project - Phase 2: Motivation and design of the Oklahoma experiments 
Authors:Smith, M., V. Koren, S. Reed, Z. Zhang, Y. Zhang, F. Moreda, Z. Cui, N. Mizukami, E.A. Anderson and B.A. Cosgrove 
Journal:Journal of Hydrology 
Volume (Issue):418-419 
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Broad Application Category:watershed descriptions 
Primary Application Category:data and/or component contribution to SWAT or SWAT+ 
Secondary Application Category:model and/or data comparison 
Watershed Description:17 watersheds ranging in size from 57 to 2484 km^2 in Arkansas, Missouri and Oklahoma, U.S. 
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General Comments:This study provides background on the watersheds, models (including SWAT), and other aspects of the DMIP 2 model comparison project. The results of the study are reported in the "Results of the DMIP 2 Oklahoma experiments" by Smith et al. that is in the same issue of the Journal of Hydrology (and also in the SWAT literature database). 
Keywords:Distributed hydrologic model Rainfall runoff, Hillslope routing, Channel routing, Streamflow simulation, Lumped model