SWAT Literature Database for Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

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National, holistic, watershed-scale approach to understand the sources, transport, and fate of agricultural chemicals 
Authors:
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Capel, P.D., K.A. McCarthy and J.E. Barbash 
Year:2008 
Journal:Journal of Environmental Quality 
Volume:37 
Pages:983-993 
Article ID: 
DOI:10.2134/jeq2007.0226 
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Model:SWAT 
Broad Application Category:hydrologic only 
Primary Application Category:hydrologic assessment 
Secondary Application Category:none 
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SWAT was applied to watersheds in California and Nebraska 
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Abstract:This paper is an introduction to the following series of papers that report on in-depth investigations that have been conducted at five agricultural study areas across the United States in order to gain insights into how environmental processes and agricultural practices interact to determine the transport and fate of agricultural chemicals in the environment. These are the first study areas in an ongoing national study. The study areas were selected, based on the combination of cropping patterns and hydrologic setting, as representative of nationally important agricultural settings to form a basis for extrapolation to unstudied areas. The holistic, watershed-scale study design that involves multiple environmental compartments and that employs both field observations and simulation modeling is presented. This paper introduces the overall study design and presents an overview of the hydrology of the five study areas. 
Language:English 
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