Using WEC-C, a distributed, deterministic catchment model, to simulate hydrologic responses to agricultural clearing

@article{Croton2001UsingWA,
  title={Using WEC-C, a distributed, deterministic catchment model, to simulate hydrologic responses to agricultural clearing},
  author={J. T. Croton and M. A. Bari},
  journal={Environmental Modelling and Software},
  year={2001},
  volume={16},
  pages={601-614}
}
The water and environmental consultants — catchment model is a distributed, deterministic, catchment-scale water flow and solute transport model specifically developed to assess the effects of land uses such as agricultural clearing, forest logging and surface mining on the stream flows and salinities of a catchment. This paper describes its application to Lemon catchment, a small catchment in the low rainfall zone of the Darling Range of Western Australia, which had half its area cleared for… CONTINUE READING
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