SWAT Literature Database for Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Title:Ensemble modelling of nutrient loads and nutrient load partitioning in 17 European catchments 
Authors:Kronvang, B., H. Behrendt, H.E. Andersen, B. Arheimer, A. Barr, S.A. Borgvang, F. Bouraoui, K. Granlund, B. Grizzetti, P. Groenendijk, E. Schwaiger, J. Hejzlar, L. Hoffmann, H. Johnsson, Y. Panagopoulos, A. Lo Porto, H. Reisser, O. Schoumans, S. Anthony, M. Silgram, M. Venohr and S.E. Larsen 
Journal:Journal of Environmental Monitoring 
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Broad Application Category:pollutant only 
Primary Application Category:model comparison 
Secondary Application Category:nutrient cycling and transport 
Watershed Description:A total of 17 watersheds (3 core and 14 non-core watersheds), each located in a different European country which ranged in size from 254 to 10,797 km^2, were simulated with multiple models in this study. SWAT was applied to the three core watersheds: 685 km^2 Ouse, located in northeastern England, in the United Kingdom; 3314 km^2 Vansjo-Hobol in southeastern Norway, and 901 km^2 Enza in northern Italy. SWAT apparently was also applied to four of the non-core watersheds but it is not clear which ones. (more details about the characteristics of these watersheds are provided in: Bouraoui et al. 2009. Basin characteristics and nutrient losses: the EUROHARP catchment network perspective. Journal of Environmental Monitoring. 11(3): 515-525. Doi: 10.1039/b822931g). 
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General Comments:This study is part of a 10-paper special EUROHARP issues published in vol. 11 of the J. of Environmental Monitoring.