SWAT Literature Database for Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Title:GLEAMS: Groundwater loading effects of agricultural management systems 
Authors:Leonard, R.A., W.G. Knisel and D.A. Still 
Year:1987 
Journal:Transactions of the ASAE 
Volume (Issue):30 
Pages:1403-1418 
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DOI:10.13031/2013.30578 
URL (non-DOI journals):http://www.tifton.uga.edu/sewrl/Gleams/raleonard87.pdf 
Model:GLEAMS 
Broad Application Category:pre-SWAT or SWAT-related 
Primary Application Category:data and/or component contribution to SWAT 
Secondary Application Category:pollutant cycling/loss and transport 
Watershed Description:Five drainage areas ranging in size from 0.0008 to 7.6 ha, located in Georgia, Iowa and Ohio, U.S. 
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Abstract:GLEAMS (Groundwater Loading Effects of Agricultural Management Systems) is a mathematical model developed for field-size areas to evaluate the effects of agricultural management systems on the movement of agricultural chemicals within and through the plant root zone. This paper describes the concepts of the hydrology, erosion, and pesticide components of GLEAMS. Results of sensitivity analysis and validation with observed bromide and pesticide data are given. The validation includes comparisons of model simulations and observed soil concentrations in the root zone, and simulated and observed leaching losses. 
Language:English 
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