SWAT Literature Database for Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Title:A refined ecological risk assessment for California red-legged frog, delta smelt and California tiger salamander exposed to malathion in California 
Authors:Clemow, Y.H., G.E. Manning, R.L. Breton, M.F. Winchell, L. Padilla, S.I. Rodney, J.P. Hanzas, T.L. Estes, K. Budreski, B. N. Toth., K. L. Hill, C.D. Priest, R.S. Teed, L.D. Knopper, D.R.J. Moore, C.T. Stone and P. Whatling 
Journal:Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management 
Volume (Issue):14(2) 
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Model:SWAT (modified) 
Broad Application Category:pollutant only 
Primary Application Category:pesticide, antibiotic and/or PFAS fate and transport 
Secondary Application Category:none 
Watershed Description:Watsonville Slough (WVS) and Elkhorn Slough drainage areas, located near Salinas, California, and major streams entering a delta region in central California, US. 
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General Comments:The authors describe adding a pesticide spray drift component to SWAT in the supporting information provided at the article webpage (accessible via the DOI link). 
Keywords:Probabilistic risk assessment, malathion, endangered species, SWAT model