SWAT Literature Database for Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Title:Towards a more consistent eco-hydrological modelling through multi-objective calibration: A case study in the Andean Vilcanota River Basin, Peru 
Authors:Fernandez-Palomino, C.A., F.F. Hattermann, V. Krysanova, F. Vega-J├ícome and A. Bronstert 
Journal:Hydrological Sciences Journal 
Volume (Issue):66(1) 
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Broad Application Category:hydrologic only 
Primary Application Category:crop, forest and/or vegetation growth/yield and/or parameters 
Secondary Application Category:baseflow, interflow and/or other hydrologic component analysis 
Watershed Description:9,617 km^2 Vilcanota River, located in the southern Andes Mountain Range and Cuzco Region in southern Peru. 
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Keywords:Andes; eco-hydrology; SWAT; hydrological signatures; remote sensing; equifinality