SWAT Literature Database for Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Title:Modeling spatio-temporal flow dynamics of groundwater-surface water interactions of the Lake Tana Basin, Upper Blue Nile, Ethiopia 
Authors:Tigabu, T.B., P.D. Wagner, G. Hörmann and N. Fohrer 
Journal:Hydrology Research 
Volume (Issue):51(6) 
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Broad Application Category:hydrologic only 
Primary Application Category:model and/or data interface 
Secondary Application Category:groundwater and/or soil water impacts 
Watershed Description:Gilgelabay, Gumara, and Ribb Rivers, which are all tributaries of the 15,321 km^2 Lake Tana drainage area (and larger Blue River Nile system) located in northwest Ethiopia (Lake Tana is the largest freshwater lake in Ethiopia and the third largest in the Nile basin). 
Calibration Summary:Three SWAT-MODFLOW models were setup. Each of the catchments were calibrated using daily streamflow records. The calibration results showed that statistical indices such as NSE, KGE, and PBIAS are all in the range of good to very good. 
Validation Summary:Similarly, the three models performed well during the calibration period. 
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Keywords:coupling, flow dynamics, groundwater-surface water interaction, recharge, spatio-temporal, SWAT-MODFLOW