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Models for Evaluating Water Quality and BMP Effectiveness at the Watershed Scale

@article{Whittemore1999ModelsFE,
  title={Models for Evaluating Water Quality and BMP Effectiveness at the Watershed Scale},
  author={Ray C. Whittemore and George G. Ice},
  journal={Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology},
  year={1999},
  volume={17}
}
  • R. WhittemoreG. Ice
  • Published 1999
  • Environmental Science
  • Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology
The Environment Protection Agency (EPA) and other water resource agencies have identified the need to develop watershed-scale assessments to evaluate progress in meeting the goals of the Clean Water Act. The forestry community has been a leader in developing these watershed evaluation techniques. While watershed-scale monitoring, adaptive management assessments, and modelling combinations are all used effectively in the US, this paper emphasizes realistic modelling. Models can be used to test… 

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