SWAT

Assessing the Uncertainty of Multiple Input Datasets in Prediction of Water Resources Components

A large number of local and global databases for soil, land use, crops, and climate are now available from different sources, which often differ, even when addressing the same spatial and temporal resolutions. As the correct database is unknown, …

Assessing the Uncertainty of Multiple Input Datasets in Prediction of Water Resources Components

A large number of local and global databases for soil, land use, crops, and climate are now available from different sources, which often differ, even when addressing the same spatial and temporal resolutions. As the correct database is unknown, …

Multilevel Drought Hazard Assessment under Climate Change Scenarios in Semi-arid Regions - A Case Study of the Karkheh River Basin in Iran

To highlight drought regional differences at multiple levels of hydrological cycle, we utilized historic and future of meteorological, hydrological, and agricultural DHIs derived from Standardized Precipitation Index (SPI), Standardized Runoff Index (SRI), and Standardized Soil Water Index (SSWI).

Multilevel Drought Hazard Assessment under Climate Change Scenarios in Semi-arid Regions - A Case Study of the Karkheh River Basin in Iran

To highlight drought regional differences at multiple levels of hydrological cycle, we utilized historic and future of meteorological, hydrological, and agricultural DHIs derived from Standardized Precipitation Index (SPI), Standardized Runoff Index (SRI), and Standardized Soil Water Index (SSWI).

Modelling the effect of riparian vegetation restoration on sediment transport in a human-impacted Brazilian catchment

We used the Soil andWater Assessment Tool (SWAT) to simulate river discharge and sediment exports in a typical human impacted Brazilian catchment, the Rio das Mortes Basin in the Federal State of Minas Gerais.

Modelling the effect of riparian vegetation restoration on sediment transport in a human-impacted Brazilian catchment

We used the Soil andWater Assessment Tool (SWAT) to simulate river discharge and sediment exports in a typical human impacted Brazilian catchment, the Rio das Mortes Basin in the Federal State of Minas Gerais.

eawag-Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology

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