|Title:||Assessing potassium environmental losses from a dairy farming watershed with the modified SWAT model |
|Authors:||Wang, C., R. Jiang, L. Boithias, S. Sauvage, J.M. Sánchez-Pérez, X. Mao, Y. Han, A. Hayakawa, K. Kuramochi and R. Hatano |
|Journal:||Agricultural Water Management |
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|Broad Application Category:||hydrologic only |
|Primary Application Category:||potassium cycling/loss and transport |
|Secondary Application Category:||hydrologic assessment |
|Watershed Description:||672 km^2 Shibetsu River, located in the eastern part of the Island of Hokkaido in northern Japan. |
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|General Comments:||Note that the "SWAT-K" model decribed in this paper represents new potassium algorithms and is a different SWAT-K model than the one previously developed for South Korean applications (see following example studies:
(1) Kim N.-W., A.-H. Shin and C.-G. Kim. 2009. Comparison of SWAT-K and HSPF for hydrological components modeling in the Chungju Dam Watershed. Journal of Environmental Sciences. 18(6): 609-619.
(2) Kim, N.W., I.-M. Chung and H. Na. 2013. A method of simulating ephemeral stream runoff characteristics in Cheonmi-Cheon Watershed, Jeju Island. Journal of Environmental Science International. 22(5): 523-531. Doi: 10.5322/JESI.2013.22.5.523.
(3) Kim, N.W. and J. Lee. 2014. Assessment of complementary relationship evapotranspiration models for the Bokahcheon Upper-Middle Watershed. Journal of Korea Water Resources Association. 47(6): 457-559. Doi: 10.3741/JKWRA.2014.47.6.547. |
|Keywords:||Potassium; Solid–liquid distribution; Stream load; Plant uptake; Potassium budget; SWAT-K |