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Large Area Hydrologic Modeling and Assessment Part i: Model Development
A conceptual, continuous time model called SWAT (Soil and Water Assessment Tool) was developed to assist water resource managers in assessing the impact of management on water supplies and nonpoint
Validation of the SWAT model on a large river basin with point and nonpoint sources
ABSTRACT: The State of Texas has initiated the development of a Total Maximum Daily Load program in the Bosque River Watershed, where point and nonpoint sources of pollution are a concern. Soil Water
The EPIC crop growth model
ABSTRACT The EPIC plant growth model was developed to estimate soil productivity as affected by erosion throughout the U.S. Since soil productivity is expressed in terms of crop yield, the model must
A modeling approach to determining the relationship between erosion and soil productivity [EPIC, Erosion-Productivity Impact Calculator, mathematical models]
TLDR
A mathematical model developed to determine the relationship between soil erosion and soil productivity throughout the U.S. and Hawaii indicates that EPIC is capable of simulating erosion and crop growth realistically.
A general, process-oriented model for two competing plant species
Simulation models for the interaction between weeds and crops generally are simple, empirical equations which lack generality across locations or species or are so complex and difficult to apply that
APPLICATION OF SWAT FOR THE UPPER NORTH BOSQUE RIVER WATERSHED
Agriculture, including livestock production, has been implicated as a major source of pollution to streams and lakes. This study was conducted to assess the effect of dairy production on water
The erosion-productivity impact calculator (EPIC) model: a case history
Beginning in 1981, a mathematical model called the erosion-productivity impact calculator model (epic) was developed to determine the relation between soil erosion and soil productivity throughout
APPLICATION OF A WATERSHED MODEL TO EVALUATE MANAGEMENT EFFECTS ON POINT AND NONPOINT SOURCE POLLUTION
A Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) program has been initiated in the North Bosque River Watershed in Texas, USA, where point and nonpoint sources of pollution are of a concern. The Soil and Water
Simulator for Water Resources in Rural Basins
A model called SWRRB (Simulator for Water Resources in Rural Basins) was developed for simulating hydrologic and related processes in rural basins. The objective in model development was to predict
The Agricultural Policy Environmental EXtender (APEX) Model: An Emerging Tool for Landscape and Watershed Environmental Analyses
The Agricultural Policy Environmental eXtender (APEX) model was developed by the Blacklands Research and Extension Center in Temple, Texas. APEX is a flexible and dynamic tool that is capable of
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