SWAT Literature Database for Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Title:Current and future hot-spots and hot-moments of nitrous oxide emission in a cold climate river basin 
Authors:Shrestha, N.K. and J. Wang 
Year:2018 
Journal:Environmental Pollution 
Volume:239 
Pages:648–660 
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DOI:10.1016/j.envpol.2018.04.068 
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Model:SWAT (modified) 
Broad Application Category:pollutant only 
Primary Application Category:GHG emissions 
Secondary Application Category:climate change 
Watershed Description:160,000 km^2 Athabasca River, which originates in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, flows to the northeast across central Alberta and eventually drains into Lake Athabasca. The Athabasca system provides a dependable water supply source for major urban centers (Jasper, Hinton, Whitecourt, Athabasca, and Fort McMurray) and major industries (agriculture, forestry, pulp and paper, coal, oil and oil-sands mining). 
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Language:English 
Keywords:Cold climate river basin; N2O hot-spots and hot-moments; ARB; SWAT