SWAT Literature Database for Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Title:Effects of STATSGO and SSURGO as inputs on SWAT model’s snowmelt simulation 
Authors:Wang, X. and A.M. Melesse 
Journal:Journal of the American Water Resources Association 
Volume (Issue):42(5) 
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Broad Application Category:hydrologic only 
Primary Application Category:soil data resolution effects 
Secondary Application Category:snowmelt, frozen soil and/or glacier melt processes 
Watershed Description:515.4 km^2 subwatershed of the Elm River, which drains portions of Traill, Steele and Cass counties in eastern North Dakota, U.S. 
Calibration Summary:stream flow r2/NSE (Dec 1984-Nov 1986) (STATSGO soils): daily=0.53/0.51, monthly=0.89/0.88; stream flow r2/NSE (Dec 1984-Nov 1986) (SSURGO soils): daily=0.51/0.49, monthly=0.92/0.92 
Validation Summary:stream flow r2/NSE (Dec 1981-Nov 1984) (STATSGO soils): daily=0.55/0.31, monthly=0.53/0.50; stream flow r2/NSE (Dec 1981-Nov 1984) (SSURGO soils): daily=0.55/0.26, monthly=0.53/0.49 
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Keywords:hydrologic models; low relief watershed; resolution; snowmelt hydrology; soil database; SWAT