SWAT Literature Database for Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Title:Quantifying the contribution of tile drainage to basin-scale water yield using analytical and numerical models 
Authors:Schilling, K.E., P.W. Gassman, A. Arenas-Amado, C.S. Jones and J. Arnold 
Journal:Science of the Total Environment 
Volume (Issue):657 
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Broad Application Category:hydrologic only 
Primary Application Category:tile drainage effects and/or processes 
Secondary Application Category:model and/or data comparison 
Watershed Description:2,370 km^2 Boone River (and 42 km^2 Lyons Creek subwatershed), which drains portions of six counties in north central Iowa, U.S. Scaling comparisons are also provided for the 16,175 km^2 Des Moines River, which drains part of southern Minnesota and much of central and southeast Iowa, and the 492,000 km^2 Upper Mississippi River, which drains portions of several north central U.S. states. 
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Keywords:Artificial drainage; Tiles; End member mixing analysis; EMMA; SWAT; Iowa; Agriculture