SWAT Literature Database for Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Title:Advances in the application of the SWAT model for water resources management 
Authors:Jayakrishnan, R., R. Srinivasan, C. Santhi, and J.G. Arnold 
Year:2005 
Journal:Hydrological Processes 
Volume:19(3) 
Pages:749-762 
Article ID: 
DOI:10.1002/hyp.5624 
URL (non-DOI journals): 
Model:SWAT 
Broad Application Category:hydrologic & pollutant 
Primary Application Category:HUMUS application 
Secondary Application Category:climate data effects 
Watershed Description:Continental U.S.; 4 watersheds in Texas, U.S.: 863 km^2 Big Sandy Creek, 196 km^2 Walnut Creek, 1883 km^2 San Bernard River, and 2227 km^2 Village Creek; 3050 km^2 Sondu River, which is located in Kenya and drains into Lake Victoria; and another watershed in Texas, U.S.: 4280 km^2 Bosque River in the central part of the state. 
Calibration Summary:Monthly (1979-88) E value range for three Sondu Basin scenarios: -.72 to -.69 
Validation Summary:Monthly (1995-99) E value ranges for 4 Texas watersheds (uncalibrated): raingauge = -7.42 - .22 NEXRAD = -.75 - .59 --------------------------- Monthly (1989-97) E value range for three Sondu Basin scenarios: -.08 to .10 
General Comments:This study reports results of SWAT simulations for four unrelated applications; one for the entire conterminous U.S., two for watersheds in Texas, and the other for a watershed in Kenya. 
Language:English 
Keywords:hydrology; basin-scale modelling; distributed modelling; streamflow; SWAT; HUMUS; WSR-88D; water quality