Nitrogen Transformation Component for SHETRAN Catchment Nitrate Transport Modelling

@inproceedings{Birkinshaw2009NitrogenTC,
  title={Nitrogen Transformation Component for SHETRAN Catchment Nitrate Transport Modelling},
  author={Stephen J. Birkinshaw and John Ewen},
  year={2009}
}
The capability to simulate nitrogen transformations has been added to the SHETRAN physically-based, spatially-distributed river catchment modelling system so it can be used in 3D simulations of coupled flow and nitrate transport. In SHETRAN, the subsurface is a variably-saturated heterogeneous region, comprising perched, unconfined, confined and unsaturated systems, and at the surface there is vegetation and water flow overland and in stream networks. Nitrate transport is modelled in SHETRAN… CONTINUE READING
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