SWAT Literature Database for Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Title:Climate change impacts and strategies for adaptation for water resource management in Indiana 
Authors:Cherkauer, K.A., L.C. Bowling, K. Byun, I. Chaubey, N. Chin, D.L. Ficklin, A.F. Hamlet, S.J. Kines, C.I. Lee, R. Neupane, G.W. Pignotti, S. Rahman, S. Singh, P.V. Femeena and T.N. Williamson 
Year:2021 
Journal:Climatic Change 
Volume (Issue):165(1-2) 
Pages: 
Article ID:21 
DOI:10.1007/s10584-021-02979-4 
URL (non-DOI journals): 
Model:SWAT (modified) & SWAT 
Broad Application Category:pollutant only 
Primary Application Category:climate change 
Secondary Application Category:pollutant cycling/loss and transport 
Watershed Description:42,760 km^2 Wabash, 29,260 km^2 White and 2,809 km^2 St. Joseph Rivers, which respectively drain much of north central and southwest, central and south central and part of northeast Indiana, U.S. (there is also some drainage in bordering states). 
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General Comments:The simulated watersheds are described in Appendix C of the supplementary information. It appears that two different SWAT models were used in this study: (1) a version to simulate nutrient and sediment movement, and (2) a second version to simulate stream temperature, based on the statement "Similarly, a SWAT hydrological model coupled with a water temperature model (Ficklin et al. 2012) was used to project late twenty-first-century changes in water temperature ..." on page 14. 
Language:English 
Keywords:Water resources, Climate change, Water availability, Water quality, Indiana