SWAT Literature Database for Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Title:Cross‐scale intercomparison of climate change impacts simulated by regional and global hydrological models in eleven large river basins 
Authors:Hattermann, F.F., V. Krysanova, S N. Gosling, R. Dankers, P. Daggupati, C. Donnelly, M. Flörke, S. Huang, Y. Motovilov, S. Buda, T. Yang, C. Müller, G. Leng, Q. Tang, F.T. Portmann, S. Hagemann, D. Gerten, Y. Wada, Y. Masaki, T. Alemayehu, Y. Satoh and L. Samaniego 
Journal:Climatic Change 
Volume (Issue):141(3) 
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Model:SWIM & SWAT 
Broad Application Category:hydrologic only 
Primary Application Category:climate change 
Secondary Application Category:hydrologic assessment 
Watershed Description:Simulations performed for 11 major river systems (continent): 160,000 km^2 Rhine (Europe), 67,490 km^2 Tagus (Europe), 120,000 km^2 Upper Niger (Africa), 176,000 km^2 Blue Nile (Africa), 866,559 km^2 Upper Yangtze (Asia), 835,000 km^2 Ganges (Asia), 121,000 km^2 Upper Yellow (Asia), 2,460,000 km^2 Lena (Asia), 444,185 km^2 Upper Mississippi (North America), 489,300 km^2 Darling (Australia) and 990,781 km^2 Upper Amazon (South America). 
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General Comments:This study is part of a special issue entitled "Hydrological Model Intercomparison for Climate Impact Assessment" that was published in volume 141(3) of Climatic Change. The special issue is not focused on SWAT applications specifically although several of the studies do describe applications of SWAT within the context of the special issue theme. The lead-off overview article for the special issue is: Krysanova, V. and F.F. Hattermann. 2017. Intercomparison of climate change impacts in 12 large river basins: Overview of methods and summary of results. Climatic Change. 141(3): 363-379. Doi: 10.1007/s10584-017-1919-y. The 11 river basins that were included in the study are listed in Table A2 in the supplementary material accessible at https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10584-016-1829-4#SupplementaryMaterial. SWAT simulations were performed for six of the eleven river basins.