Application of a Watershed Model to Evaluate Management Effects on Point and Nonpoint Source Pollution

  title={Application of a Watershed Model to Evaluate Management Effects on Point and Nonpoint Source Pollution},
  author={C. Santhi and Jeffrey G. Arnold and Jimmy R. Williams and Larry M. Hauck and William A. Dugas},
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 Assessment Tool (SWAT), which had been validated for flow and sediment and nutrient transport, was applied to quantify the effects of Best Management Practices (BMPs) related to dairy manure management and municipal wastewater treatment plant effluent. Results are presented for the period from 1960… CONTINUE READING
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