Watershed Scale Modeling of Critical Source Areas of Runoff Generation and Phosphorus Transport 1

@inproceedings{Srinivasan2005WatershedSM,
  title={Watershed Scale Modeling of Critical Source Areas of Runoff Generation and Phosphorus Transport 1},
  author={Makram S. Srinivasan and Pierre G{\'e}rard-Marchant and Tamie L. Veith and William J. Gburek and Tammo S. Steenhuis},
  year={2005}
}
A curve number based model, Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT), and a physically based model, Soil Moisture Distribution and Routing (SMDR), were applied in a headwater watershed in Pennsylvania to identify runoff generation areas, as runoff areas have been shown to be critical for phosphorus management. SWAT performed better than SMDR in simulating daily streamflows over the four-year simulation period (Nash-Sutcliffe coefficient: SWAT, 0.62; SMDR, 0.33). Both models varied streamflow… CONTINUE READING

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