SWAT Literature Database for Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Title:Modeling bioretention stormwater systems: Current models and future research needs 
Authors:Lisenbee, W.A., J.M. Hathaway, M.J. Burns and T.D. Fletcher 
Year:2021 
Journal:Environmental Modelling & Software 
Volume (Issue):144 
Pages: 
Article ID:105146 
DOI:10.1016/j.envsoft.2021.105146 
URL (non-DOI journals): 
Model:SWAT 
Broad Application Category:review/history 
Primary Application Category:urban stormwater and/or BMP assessment 
Secondary Application Category:model comparison 
Watershed Description:None 
Calibration Summary: 
Validation Summary: 
General Comments:The authors state in the first column on page 6 that: "The original DRAINMOD and SWAT were removed from further evaluation in this review for not meeting the criteria of sub-hourly time steps necessary for urban hydrologic applications." However, this statement is not correct about SWAT. The IEVENT flag can be set to simulate sub-daily rainfall, runoff and other hydrologic processes as described in the "Ch.4-SWAT Input:.BSN" documentation available on the SWAT website at https://swat.tamu.edu/docs/. This option has not been widely used by the SWAT user community to date but it is available. 
Language:English 
Keywords:Bioretention, Hydrologic modeling, Low impact development