Representation of agricultural conservation practices with SWAT

  title={Representation of agricultural conservation practices with SWAT},
  author={Mazdak Arabi and Jane R. Frankenberger and Bernard A. Engel and Jeff Arnold},
Results of modelling studies for the evaluation of water quality impacts of agricultural conservation practices depend heavily on the numerical procedure used to represent the practices. Herein, a method for the representation of several agricultural conservation practices with the Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) is developed and evaluated. The representation procedure entails identifying hydrologic and water quality processes that are affected by practice implementation, selecting SWAT… CONTINUE READING
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