Nina Omani

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The SWAT (Soil and Water Assessment Tool) model was used to estimate terrestrial sediment and nutrients loads to the Galveston and Matagorda bays from their contributing watersheds. In this report, the term "terrestrial loads" represents the sum of gauged loads from gauged subbasins and model-generated loads from ungauged subbasins. Because we did not have(More)
The Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) was used to simulate five glacierized river basins that are global in coverage and vary in climate. The river basins included the Narayani (Nepal), Vakhsh (Central Asia), Rhone (Switzerland), Mendoza (Central Andes, Argentina), and Central Dry Andes (Chile), with a total area of 85,000 km2. A modified SWAT snow(More)
Drought is one of the most widespread extreme climate events with a potential to alter freshwater availability and related ecosystem services. Given the interconnectedness between freshwater availability and many ecosystem services, including food provisioning, it is important to evaluate the drought implications on freshwater provisioning and food(More)
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