|Title:||Estimating spatiotemporal variability and sustainability of shallow groundwater in a well-irrigated plain of the Haihe River basin using SWAT model |
|Authors:||Zhang, X. L., L. Ren and X.B. Kong |
|Journal:||Journal of Hydrology |
|Volume (Issue):||541(Part B) |
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|Model:||SWAT (modified) |
|Broad Application Category:||hydrologic only |
|Primary Application Category:||groundwater and/or soil water impacts |
|Secondary Application Category:||irrigation impacts or irrigation BMP scenarios |
|Watershed Description:||22,753 km^2 plain region, which covers 48 counties in Hebei Province and is a subregion of the Haihe River basin, China. |
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|General Comments:||A groundwater-module-enhanced SWAT is applied to a typical well-irrigated plain.
The model is calibrated and validated in detail by using abundant groundwater data.
Same methodology allows the SWAT to make full use of groundwater assessment results.
Agro-hydrological processes including both soil water and groundwater are simulated.
Groundwater sustainability is estimated based on distributed hydrological simulation. |
|Keywords:||Shallow groundwater table depth; Shallow aquifer water storage; Spatiotemporal variability; SWAT; Model modification; Well-irrigated plain |