SWAT Literature Database for Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Title:Thinking outside of the lake: Can controls on nutrient inputs into Lake Erie benefit stream conservation in its watershed? 
Authors:Keitzer, S.C., S.A. Ludsin, S.P. Sowa, G. Annis, J.G. Arnold, P. Daggupati, A.M. Froehlich, M.E. Herbert, M.-V.V. Johnson, A.M. Sasson, H. Yen, M.J. White and C.A. Rewa 
Year:2016 
Journal:Journal of Great Lakes Research 
Volume:42(6) 
Pages:1322-1331 
Article ID: 
DOI:10.1016/j.jglr.2016.05.012 
URL (non-DOI journals): 
Model:SWAT 
Broad Application Category:hydrologic & pollutant 
Primary Application Category:model interface 
Secondary Application Category:BMP assessment 
Watershed Description:26,000 km^2 western Lake Erie drainage area, which drains portions of southeast Michigan, northwest Ohio and northeast Indiana, U.S. 
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General Comments:This article is part of a special issue that was published in the Journal of Great Lakes Research that includes a subset of studies that feature SWAT applications. The lead-off article is: Kerr, J.M., J.V. DePinto, D. McGrath, S.P. Sowa, S.M. Swinton. 2016. Sustainable management of Great Lakes watersheds dominated by agricultural land use. Journal of Great Lakes Research. Doi: 10.1016/j.jglr.2016.10.001. 
Language:English 
Keywords:Best management practices; SWAT; Non-point source pollution; Great Lakes; Ecosystem-based management; Index of Biotic Integrity