SWAT Literature Database for Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Title:
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Climate Change and Agricultural Development: Adapting Polish Agriculture to Reduce Future Nutrient Loads in a Coastal Watershed 
Authors:
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Piniewski, M, I. Kardel, M. Giełczewski, P. Marcinkowski and T. Okruszko 
Year:2013 
Journal:Ambio 
Volume:43(5) 
Pages:644-660 
Article ID: 
DOI:10.1007/s13280-013-0461-z 
URL (non-DOI journals): 
Model:SWAT 
Broad Application Category:hydrologic & pollutant 
Primary Application Category:climate change  
Secondary Application Category:BMP assessment 
Watershed Description:
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The River Reda is situated in northern Poland close to Tricity (Gdańsk, Gdynia, and Sopot), the largest urban zone on the Polish seaside. Its drainage area is equal to 482 km2, which makes it the largest sub-watershed of the Puck Bay watershed. 
Calibration Summary:
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NSE: daily discharge 0.75; bi-monthly sediment load 0.55; bi-monthly N-NO3 load: 0.62; bi-monthly mineral P load: 0.53 PBIAS: daily discharge -8; bi-monthly sediment load 10; bi-monthly N-NO3 load: -4; bi-monthly mineral P load: 6 
Validation Summary:NSE: daily discharge 0.61; bi-monthly sediment load 0.22; bi-monthly N-NO3 load: 0.64; bi-monthly mineral P load: -1.78 PBIAS: daily discharge -18; bi-monthly sediment load -12; bi-monthly N-NO3 load: 3; bi-monthly mineral P load: 7 
General Comments: 
Language:English 
Keywords:Baltic Sea; SWAT; Agriculture; Climate change; Adaptation measures; Scenario