LOIS in-stream water quality modelling. Part 1. Catchments and methods.

@article{Boorman2003LOISIW,
  title={LOIS in-stream water quality modelling. Part 1. Catchments and methods.},
  author={David B Boorman},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2003},
  volume={314-316},
  pages={379-95}
}
The catchment and river modelling undertaken within the UK Land Ocean Interaction Study (LOIS) programme represents the most extensive consistent exercise of this type undertaken in the UK. The calibrated model provides a quantitative assessment of the water and chemical fluxes transported by the rivers Derwent, Yorkshire Ouse, Wharfe, Aire, Don and Trent into the Humber estuary, i.e. a total drainage area of almost 18,000 km2 (almost 15% of the area of England) with 2,088 km of modelled river… CONTINUE READING
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