SWAT Literature Database for Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Title:Regional scale hydrologic modeling of a karst-dominant geomorphology: The case study of the Island of Crete 
Authors:Malagò, A., D. Efstathiou, F. Bouraoui, N.P. Nikolaidis, M. Franchini, G. Bidoglio and M. Kritsotakis 
Journal:Journal of Hydrology 
Volume (Issue):540 
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Broad Application Category:hydrologic only 
Primary Application Category:karst effects 
Secondary Application Category:hydrologic assessment 
Watershed Description:8,336 km^2 Island of Crete, located in southern Greece. 
Calibration Summary:Semi-automatic calibration of monthly streamflow in 15 gauging stations using SUFI-2 (SWAT-CUP program). Regionalization of calibrated parameters in ungauged subbasins. Manual calibration of 47 springs with daily values (one a month using a karst-flow model. 
Validation Summary:Validation of the model checking the performance in 7 streamflow gauging stations not involved in the calibration. 
General Comments:The KSWAT model is the integration of the SWAT model (adapted to reproduce karst features) and a karst-flow model. With this calibrated model we studied the water balance of the Island of Crete in different hydrological conditions providing insightful information of water resources for a their sustinaible management. 
Keywords:SWAT; Karst; Mediterranean; Water balance; Multi-site calibration; Crete