SWAT Literature Database for Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Title:The Green Bay saga: Environmental change, scientific investigation, and watershed management 
Authors:Harris, H.J., R.B. Wenger, P.E. Sager and J. Val Klump 
Journal:Journal of Great Lakes Research 
Volume (Issue):44 
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Broad Application Category:review/history 
Primary Application Category:Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) applications 
Secondary Application Category:pollutant cycling/loss and transport 
Watershed Description:40,468 km^2 Green Bay drainage area, located in northeast Wisconsin, U.S. 
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General Comments:This study does not report any specific SWAT results. However, the authors note that SWAT analyses have provided important insights and understanding regarding pollutant transport processes in the study region. They state specifically: "SWAT was calibrated for use in the Lower Fox River basin (McIntosh et al., 1993; Sugiharto et al., 1994; Baumgart, 1998). The SWAT model (Baumgart, 2000; Baumgart, 2005) became the primary tool for developing the Lower Fox River total maximum daily loads (TMDL) for TP and TSS some 15 years later. Paul Baumgart has continued to provide much needed expertise in refining and calibrating the SWAT model for use in management applications in the Fox-Wolf basin. The authors further state later in the article: "The SWAT model was a vital tool in the establishment of the phosphorus and suspended solids targets in the TMDL program for the lower Fox River basin (Baumgart, 2005)." 
Keywords:Green Bay; Research review; Ecosystem rehabilitation; Eutrophication; PCBs