SWAT Literature Database for Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Title:Evaluating Bacteriophage P22 as a Tracer in a Complex Surface Water System: The Grand River, Michigan 
Authors:Shen, C., M.S. Phanikumar, T.T. Fong, I. Aslam, S.P. Mcelmurry, S.L. Molloy and J.B. Rose 
Journal:Environmental Science & Technology 
Volume (Issue):42(7) 
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Broad Application Category:hydrologic only 
Primary Application Category:baseflow, interflow and/or other hydrologic component analysis 
Secondary Application Category:hydropower assessment 
Watershed Description:40 km^2 stretch of the Grand River in Michigan (The Grand River is a 420 km long tributary to Lake Michigan) 
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General Comments:The paper describes using SWAT to provide an independent check of the lateral inflow, which was calculated with another method for the study. The SWAT results are provided in the supplementary material posted on-line with the paper.