SWAT Literature Database for Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Title:Integral water quality modeling of catchments 
Authors:van Griensven, A. and W. Bauwens 
Journal:Water Science and Technology 
Volume (Issue):43(7) 
Article ID: 
URL (non-DOI journals): 
Broad Application Category:hydrologic and pollutant 
Primary Application Category:sub-daily hydrologic and/or pollutant processes 
Secondary Application Category:in-stream and/or channel processes 
Watershed Description:1,384 km^2 Dender River, located in Belgium. 
Calibration Summary:daily (1986-87) E = .86 ---------------------------- graphical flow calib./valid. results shown; graphical DO, BOD, ammonia, and nitrate simulated vs. measured results shown for both manual and autocalibration approaches shown 
Validation Summary:daily (1988-89) E = .86 
General Comments:Components of ESWAT are described including QUAL2E-based in-stream water quality functions, modified weather inputs (including sub-daily rainfall), modified infiltration routine, and an autocalibration tool based on the Shuffled-Complex Evolution method (modifications relative to standard SWAT model). An overview of in-stream processes is provided. 
Keywords:Water pollution; Surface water; Water quality; Watershed; Modeling; Diffuse source