SWAT Literature Database for Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Title:Climate change and agricultural development: Adapting Polish agriculture to reduce future nutrient olads in a coastal watershed 
Authors:Piniewski, M, I. Kardel, M. Gie┼éczewski, P. Marcinkowski and T. Okruszko 
Volume (Issue):43(5) 
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Broad Application Category:hydrologic and pollutant 
Primary Application Category:climate change 
Secondary Application Category:BMP and/or cropping system assessment 
Watershed Description:482 km^2 River Reda, which is the largest tributary of the Puck Bay drainage area that is located on the north coast of Poland. 
Calibration Summary:NSE: daily discharge 0.75; bi-monthly sediment load 0.55; bi-monthly N-NO3 load: 0.62; bi-monthly mineral P load: 0.53 PBIAS: daily discharge -8; bi-monthly sediment load 10; bi-monthly N-NO3 load: -4; bi-monthly mineral P load: 6 
Validation Summary:NSE: daily discharge 0.61; bi-monthly sediment load 0.22; bi-monthly N-NO3 load: 0.64; bi-monthly mineral P load: -1.78 PBIAS: daily discharge -18; bi-monthly sediment load -12; bi-monthly N-NO3 load: 3; bi-monthly mineral P load: 7 
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Keywords:Baltic Sea; SWAT; Agriculture; Climate change; Adaptation measures; Scenario