SWAT Literature Database for Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Title:Quantifying the impacts of the Conservation Effects Assessment Project watershed assessments: The first fifteen years 
Authors:Moriasi, D.N., L.F. Duriancik, E.J. Sadler, T. Tsegaye, J.L. Steiner, M.A. Locke, T.C. Strickland and D.L. Osmond 
Journal:Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 
Volume (Issue):75(3) 
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Broad Application Category:review/history 
Primary Application Category:Conservation Effects Assessment Project (CEAP) based study 
Secondary Application Category:nitrogen cycling/loss and transport 
Watershed Description:Subset of CEAP watersheds listed in Table 1. 
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Abstract:Daniel N. Moriasi is a hydrologist at the USDA Agricultural Research Service (ARS) Grazinglands Research Laboratory, El Reno, Oklahoma. Lisa F. Duriancik is the Conservation Effects Assessment Project (CEAP) Watershed Assessment Studies component leader, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) Resource Inventory and Assessment Division, Outcomes Team, Beltsville, Maryland. E. John Sadler (retired) was the USDA ARS contact at the Cropping Systems and Water Quality Research Unit, Columbia, Missouri. Teferi Tsegaye is national program leader for water re- sources and coordinator of CEAP and Long-Term Agroecosystems Research networks, Beltsville, Maryland. Jean L. Steiner is an adjunct professor in the Agronomy Department, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas. Martin A. Locke, is a soil scientist at the USDA ARS National Sedimentation Laboratory, Oxford, Mississippi. Timothy C. Strickland is a supervisory soil scientist at the USDA ARS Southeastern Watershed Research Laboratory, Tifton, Georgia. Deanna L. Osmond is a professor in the Crop and Soil Sciences De- partment, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina.