American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers


Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Environmental Regulations II


  1. A PROGRAM FOR GENERATING FECAL COLIFORM INPUTS TO HSPF
    Authors:   R. Zeckoski, S. Mostaghimi, K. Brannan, B. Benham, T. Dillaha, C. Heatwole, S. Shah, R. Wagner, M. L. Wolfe, J. Wynn, G. Yagow
    Keywords:   Fecal coliform, Bacteria, TMDL, HSPF, Modeling, Fecal Coliform Calculator
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15530
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  2. AUTOMATIC AND PRECISE IRRIGATION SYSTEM BASED ON ESTIMATION OF WATER STRESS IN TOMATO
    Authors:   Y. Shifeng, L. Pei, L.Okushima, S. Sase, and G. Qiu
    Keywords:   Acoustic Emission Technology, Water Stress, Transpiration, Virtual Instruments
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15531
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  3. REGRESSION BASED FLOW ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURES FOR TREND ANALYSIS OF WATER QUALITY DATA
    Authors:   A. Bekele and A. McFarland
    Keywords:   Water quality, Trend analysis, TMDL, Flow adjustment, LOWESS, OLS, Smoothing factor
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15532
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  4. DEVELOPMENT AND TESTING OF DYNAMIC FERTILIZER MODEL TO ASSESS THE EFFECT OF CNMPS IN THE NORTH BOSQUE WATERSHED
    Authors:   J. B. Houser, A. Saleh, and L. Hauck
    Keywords:   Comprehensive Nutrient Management Plans, Manure management, SWAT, Phosphorus, ARCVIEW SWAT
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15533
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  5. CHARACTERIZING FLOW AND NUTRIENT LOADS FOR TMDL DEVELOPMENT IN FLORIDA USING WAM
    Authors:   A. B. Bottcher, B. M. Jacobson, and J. G. Hiscock
    Keywords:   WAM, Water Quality, Watershed, Modeling, GIS, Nutrients, BOD, TMDL.
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15534
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  6. A BACTERIA TMDL FOR SHOAL CREEK USING SWAT MODELING AND DNA SOURCE TRACKING
    Authors:   C. Baffaut, V. W. Benson
    Keywords:   Watershed, Modeling, Bacteria, Fecal coliform, DNA source tracking, TMDL
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15535
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  7. BUILDING AGRICULTURAL STAKEHOLDER AWARENESS CONCERNING TMDL ISSUES
    Authors:   L. Oldham and C. Castille
    Keywords:   TMDL, Water quality, Stakeholders, Environmental stewardship, Agricultural environmental education, Conservation.
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15536
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  8. STAKEHOLDER INVOLVEMENT IN WATERSHED MANAGEMENT: LESSONS LEARNED
    Authors:   K. L. White, I. Chaubey, and T. A. Costello
    Keywords:   Watershed management, Stakeholder, Management practices
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15537
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  9. INDUSTRY-LED SOLUTIONS: AGRICULTURE AND THE ENVIRONMENT
    Authors:   Jim Vergura, Larry Beran, Stanley R. Johnson
    Keywords:   Clean Water Act, industry-led solutions, agriculture, nonpoint source water pollution, total maximum daily load, TMDL, policy
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15538
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  10. DEVELOPMENT AND SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS OF A METHOD TO SELECT WATER QUALITY SAMPLING STRATEGIES
    Authors:   K.W. King
    Keywords:   runoff, loads, time-discrete, flow-proportional, concentrations, hydrographs
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15539
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  11. Potential and Limitations of Management Practices to Reduce Nutrient Losses
    Authors:   J. L. Baker
    Keywords:   water quality, nitrogen, phosphorus, best management practices, tillage, cropping, fertilizer, manure, hydrology, subsurface drainage, nonpoint pollution
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15540
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  12. Soil and Water Monitoring for Model Testing and Validation for TMDL Compliance and Nutrient Management
    Authors:   Ramesh Kanwar
    Keywords:   
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15541
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  13. SEWERING DAIRIES: THE OCSD EXPERIENCE WITH CHINO DAIRIE
    Authors:   T. G. Vitko
    Keywords:   Dairy, Washwater, Runoff, Holding pond, Sewering
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15542
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  14. COSTS AND EFFECTIVENESS OF PHOSPHORUS CONTROL AT NORTH BOSQUE RIVER WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANTS
    Authors:   K. O. Keplinger, J. B. Houser, L. M. Hauck, A. M.Tanter, and L. Beran
    Keywords:   Phosphorus control, Wastewater treatment plants, Waste/sewage treatment, Water quality, Alum, Economics, Cost-effectiveness, Effluent trading, Nutrient trading
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15543
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  15. PRECIPITATION OF PHOSPHORUS IN WASTEWATER, LAKES, AND ANIMAL WASTES
    Authors:   C. B. Lind
    Keywords:   Phosphorus removal, Alum, Ferric sulfate, Struvite, Lake treatment, Lake restoration, Stormwater, Runoff
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15544
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  16. Macroalgal nutrient dynamics in Upper Newport Bay estuary, CA
    Authors:   Krista Kamer, Peggy Fong
    Keywords:   Estuary, macroalgae, nutrients, Enteromorpha intestinalis, Ulva expansa, TMDL, nitrogen, phosphorus, southern California
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15545
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  17. DISTRIBUTIONS OF E. COLI AND ENTEROCOCCI IN THE SURFACE WATERS OF THE UPPER OCONEE WATERSHED OF GEORGIA
    Authors:   D.S. Fisher and A.L. Dillard
    Keywords:   animal wastes, bacteria, fecal coliform, lakes, microbial, ponds, water quality
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15546
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  18. PHOSPHORUS CRITERIA AND OZARK STREAMS: A OKLAHOMA CASE STUDY
    Authors:   B.E. Haggard
    Keywords:   Streams, Phosphorus, Nutrient Criteria, Trophic Status, Watershed Management
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15547
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  19. CHARACTERISTICS OF TRANSPORTED SEDIMENT FROM SMALL SEMIARID WATERSHEDS DURING THUNDERSTORM GENERATED RUNOFF
    Authors:   M. H. Nichols
    Keywords:   Bedload, Sediment Transport, Semiarid, Ephemeral Channel
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15548
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  20. EFFECT OF SUSPENDED SEDIMENT DISTRIBUTION ON SPECTRAL REFLECTANCE
    Authors:   Vijay Garg, and Indrajeet Chaubey
    Keywords:   
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15549
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  21. Systematic Stream Sampling Without Storm Chasing In Karst Basins
    Authors:   Alex W. Fogle and Joseph L. Taraba
    Keywords:   Mass load, systematic sampling, storm chasing, karst
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15550
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  22. THE EFFECT OF LAND USE DYNAMICS ON STREAM FLOW FLUCTUATIONS: A SWAT SIMULATION CONDUCTED IN A THIRDORDER WATERSHED OF CENTRAL HONDURAS
    Authors:   S. Rivera and W. N. Martinez
    Keywords:   SWAT, Hydrological models, Watershed, Land use, Deforestation, Natural resources, Water yield, Honduras
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15551
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  23. WATERSHED SCALE HYDROLOGIC AND NONPOINT SOURCE POLLUTION MODELS FOR LONG-TERM CONTINUOUS AND STORM EVENT SIMULATIONS
    Authors:   D. K. Borah and M. Bera
    Keywords:   Agrochemical, Continuous modeling, Hydrology, Nonpoint source pollution, Sediment, Storm event modeling, Water quality, Watershed
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15552
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  24. Stochastic Validation of SWAT Model
    Authors:   I. Chaubey, T.A. Costello, K.L. White, and A.S. Cotter
    Keywords:   SWAT, Stochastic validation, Monte Carlo Simulation, Output uncertainty
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15553
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  25. CALIBRATION OF THE SWAT MODEL FOR MODELING MANURE NUTRIENT IMPORTS IN TURFGRASS SOD TO A SUBURBAN WATERSHED
    Authors:   C. E. Richards, C. L. Munster, D. Vietor, G. R. Stewart, I. Choi, and B. McDonald
    Keywords:   Watershed modeling, Agricultural BMPs, SWAT model, P, Urban water quality, CAFOs, GIS, Turfgrass, Manure
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15554
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  26. CALIBRATION OF THE GIS-SWAT MODEL FOR THE SIMULATION OF PHOSPHOROUS EXPORT IN TURFGRASS SOD IN THE NORTH BOSQUE RIVER WATERSHED
    Authors:   G. R. Stewart, C. Munster, D. M. Vietor, C.E. Richards, I. Choi, B. McDonald
    Keywords:   TMDL, Watershed Modeling, Agricultural BMPs, SWAT Model, Turfgrass, P, Dairy Manure
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15555
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  27. Sediment modeling with HSPF
    Authors:   Luis R. Pérez-Alegría
    Keywords:   
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15556
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  28. Turbidity Off of Forest Roads in Oregon
    Authors:   E.F. Dent, K.A. Mills, J. Robben
    Keywords:   Turbidity, wet-weather hauling, BMP effectiveness, forest roads
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15557
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  29. EFFECTS OF CURRENT AND HISTORIC FOREST PRACTICES ON STREAM TEMPERATURE
    Authors:   B.D. Sugden, R.L. Steiner
    Keywords:   Stream Temperature, Buffers, Forest Practices, BMP Effectiveness
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15558
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  30. USE OF STRESSOR IDENTIFICATION IN BENTHIC TMDLS
    Authors:   J. L. Walker, and T. Younos
    Keywords:   Benthic macroinvertebrates, Stressor identification, TMDL, Best professional judgment
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15559
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  31. Selecting Critical Conditions for TMDLs
    Authors:   Philip Massirer, Wendy Larson, Dennis Ford, Kent Thornton, Thomas Soerens
    Keywords:   Selecting Critical Conditions for TMDLs
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15560
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  32. SENSITIVITY OF THE REFERENCE WATERSHED APPROACH IN BENTHIC TMDLS
    Authors:   R.C. Wagner, T. Dillaha, E. Yagow, S. Mostaghimi, B. Benham, K. Brannan, J. Wynn, R. Zeckoski
    Keywords:   TMDL, benthic, water quality, reference watershed
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15561
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  33. CONTRIBUTIONS OF TRACE METALS VIA ATMOSPHERIC DEPOSITION TO SANTA MONICA BAY AND THE SANTA MONICA BAY WATERSHED
    Authors:   K. Schiff and K. Stolzenbach
    Keywords:   Atmospheric deposition, Trace metals, Santa Monica Bay, Load allocation
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15562
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  34. A COST-BASED STRATEGY FOR TMDL ALLOCATION
    Authors:   A. Z. Zaidi, S. M. deMonsabert, and R. El-Farhan
    Keywords:   Fecal coliform TMDL, Economic analysis, Optimization, Mathematical modeling
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15563
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  35. Use of SWAT to Quantify TMDL Load Allocations for a Large Watershed in Western Ohio (USA)
    Authors:   D.A. White and K.W. King
    Keywords:   
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15564
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  36. Does Resolution Matter? A Comparative Assessment of SWAT
    Authors:   M. I. Streubert and Dr. B. Dixon
    Keywords:   Pollution Control/Management Practices for Point and Nonpoint Sources, Data Quality and Management, Field and Watershed Scale Modeling
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15565
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  37. PAPILLION CREEK WATERSHED FECAL COLIFORM MODELING
    Authors:   M.G. Lindburg, M.W. Powell, L.R. Christensen
    Keywords:   Fecal coliform, bacteria contamination, water quality modeling, agriculture, WASP, watershed impairment
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15566
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  38. A Simple Alternative In-stream Model for SWAT
    Authors:   White, Michael J., Storm, Daniel E., Smolen, Michael D., Haggard, Brian, Stoodley, Scott
    Keywords:   Water Quality, In-stream, Non-point source, SWAT, Poultry, Model, Point source, Phosphorus decay , Illinois River, Phosphorus, Scenic, NEXRAD
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15567
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  39. OPPORTUNITIES TO ASSESS PAST, CURRENT, AND FUTURE IMPACTS FROM FOREST MANAGEMENT
    Authors:   G.G. Ice, W.F. Megahan, M. W. McBroom, T.M. Williams
    Keywords:   Best Management Practices (BMPs), forestry, nonpoint source, pollution control effectiveness, sediment
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15568
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  40. USABMP.NET - National Website for Forestry Nonpoint Source Pollution Control Information
    Authors:   B. D. Jackson
    Keywords:   BMPs, forest practices, internet, water quality, webpage
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15569
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  41. IMPACT OF EPA’S TMDL PROGRAM ON WATER QUALITY POLICY IN THE SOUTH
    Authors:   D. L. Feldman, E. Heinrich
    Keywords:   Public policy; Incentive-based programs; Regulation; Public concern; Stakeholders; Southern states; Water pollution
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15570
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  42. The Potential for Substantial Improvements in Sediment and Turbidity Control
    Authors:   Richard A. McLaughlin
    Keywords:   
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15571
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  43. USING COMPUTER MODELS IN COURT: CHALLENGES FOR EXPERT WITNESSES
    Authors:   R. B. Blackstock
    Keywords:   Water quality, point and non-point source pollution, development, application, performance and validation of models, data quality, collection and management, forensic use of computer models, Daubert challenges
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15572
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  44. AN ASSESSMENT OF THE QUALITY OF AGRICULTURAL BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IMPLEMENTED IN THE JAMES RIVER BASIN OF VIRGINIA
    Authors:   J. H. Cunningham, B. L. Benham,K. M. Brannan, S. Mostaghimi, T. A. Dillaha, J. W. Pease
    Keywords:   Agriculture, Assessment tools, Best management practices, BMP, Quality, Performance, Virginia
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15573
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  45. FLORIDA TMDL UPDATE – A SUCCESS STORY
    Authors:   M. V. Thomas
    Keywords:   TMDL, BMP, Water volume, Sediment, Nutrients, Pesticides, Aquatic weeds, Water quality
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15574
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  46. MICRO IRRIGATION FOR SMALL HOLDER BANANA GROWERS OF JALGAON, INDIA: A CASE STUDY
    Authors:   A. B. Joshi
    Keywords:   
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15575
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  47. BI-MODAL SUBSURFACE TRANSPORT OF ATRAZINE AND BROMIDE AT THE FIELD SCALE
    Authors:   J. S. Tyner, W. C. Wright, and R. E. Yoder
    Keywords:   atrazine, groundwater, macropore flow, preferential flow, TMDL, tracer
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15576
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  48. CONFIGURATON OF SWAT FOR THE UPPER MISSISSIPPI RIVER BASIN: AN APPLICATION TO TWO SUBWATERSHEDS
    Authors:   M. Jha, P.W. Gassman, S. Secchi, and J.G. Arnold
    Keywords:   SWAT, Upper Mississippi, simulation framework, watersheds, water quality
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15577
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  49. ENVIRONMENTAL AND ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF ALTERNATIVE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS FOR THE MINERAL CREEK WATERSHED
    Authors:   Philip W. Gassman, Ali Saleh, Edward Osei, Joju Abraham, and John Rodecap
    Keywords:   modeling, watershed, water quality, nutrients, scenarios, environmental, economic
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15578
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  50. IMPLEMENTATION OF TMDLS IN KANSAS
    Authors:   R. W. Graber, M. L. Christian, R. L. Frisbie, H. C. George, W. L. Hargrove, and D. D. Buchholz
    Keywords:   Fecal coliform bacteria, Best management practices, Non-point source pollution, Education, High priority watersheds
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15579
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  51. OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES OF IMPLEMENTING TMDLS IN STATES WITH NO INSTREAM FLOW PROGRAMS
    Authors:   L. S. Guevara
    Keywords:   Instream flow, Water quantity, Water quality, TMDLs, Politics, Coordination, Implementation plans
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15580
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  52. LAND-GRANT UNIVERSITIES: RESEARCH, EDUCATION, AND LOCAL LEADERSHIP TO IMPROVE TMDLS
    Authors:   J. R. Frankenberger and M. D. Smolen
    Keywords:   Land-grant universities, Extension
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15581
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  53. THE ROAD TO TMDL IS PAVED WITH GOOD INTENTIONS - TOTAL MAXIMUM DAILY LOADS FOR A WILD AND SCENIC RIVER IN THE SOUTHERN APPALACHIANS
    Authors:   M. S. Riedel, J. M. Vose and D. S. Leigh
    Keywords:   TMDL, TSS, water quality, sedimentation, organic matter, forest roads
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15582
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  54. OPTIONS FOR REDUCING NONPOINT POLLUTION FROM SURFACEIRRIGATED FIELDS THOUGH IMPROVED IRRIGATION
    Authors:   B. R. Hanson
    Keywords:   surface irrigation, furrow irrigation, border irrigation, nonpoint source pollution
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15583
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  55. MODELING CONSTRUCTION SITE IMPACTS ON WATERSHEDS
    Authors:   A.D. Moore, R. A. McLaughlin, and H. Mitasova
    Keywords:   Sediment, erosion, watershed, modeling, WEPP, GeoWEPP, calibration, validation
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15584
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  56. A Modeling Approach to Evaluate the Impacts of Water Quality Management Plans Implemented in the Big Cypress Creek Watershed
    Authors:   C. Santhi, J. G. Arnold, R. Srinivsan, and J. R. Williams
    Keywords:   Watershed modeling, Nonpoint source pollution, Best management practices, Water quality management plan, Total maximum daily load
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15585
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  57. LINVILLE CREEK TMDL FOR A BENTHIC IMPAIRMENT
    Authors:   G. Yagow, S. Mostaghimi, T. Dillaha, K. Brannan, J. Wynn, R. Zeckoski, and B. Benham
    Keywords:   Benthic impairment, GWLF, Reference watershed approach, Sediment, Stressor analysis, TMDL
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15586
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  58. ROBESON CREEK: A CASE STUDY IN TMDL IMPLEMENTATION PLAN DEVELOPMENT
    Authors:   K. R. Hall, L. A. Lombardo, D. E. Line, D. E. Wise, A. D. Moreland
    Keywords:   Total Maximum Daily Load, TMDL, TMDL Implementation Plan, Watershed Assessment
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15587
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  59. An Evaluation Framework for NPS TMDL Implementation
    Authors:   Author Thomas E. Davenport, Lyn Kirschner
    Keywords:   Adaptive management, TMDLs, NPS implementation plans, Evaluation, Indicators
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15588
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  60. Bacterial Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL): Statistical Comparison of impaired and unimpaired watersheds in Texas
    Authors:   Sabu Paul, Raghavan Srinivasan, Saqib Mukhtar, Patricia Haan
    Keywords:   Fecal Coliform, Discrimant analysis, TMDL
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15589
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  61. ESTABLISHING THE NATURAL RANGE OF DISSOLVED OXYGEN LEVELS IN STREAMS OF THE SOUTHERN COASTAL PLAIN OF GEORGIA
    Authors:   G. Vellidis, R. Lowrance, M.C. Smith, A.W. Milton
    Keywords:   Dissolved oxygen, Water quality, Georgia, Modeling, Monitoring
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15590
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  62. GIS-BASED WATERSHED INFORMATION SYSTEM INCLUDING WATER QUALITY AND STREAM FLOW DATA ANALYSTS
    Authors:   D.K. Stevens, Ph.D., P.E. and J.S. Horsburgh, M.S.
    Keywords:   Water Quality Data, Stream Flow Data, Statistical Data Analysis, Data Plotting, Data Organization
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15591
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  63. EVALUATION OF GRID-BASED DISTRIBUTED SEDIMENT DELIVERY RATIO MODELS
    Authors:   M. A. Al-Smadi1 and C. D. Heatwole
    Keywords:   Spatial distribution, SDR, GIS, sediment yield
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15592
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  64. MEASURING WATER QUALITY MODEL UNCERTAINTIES TO SUPPORT TMDL DEVELOPMENT:
    Authors:   A. M. Sexton, A. Shirmohammadi, and H.J. Montas
    Keywords:   Uncertainty, mathematical models, water quality, probabilistic, reliability
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15593
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  65. WATERSHED MODELS FOR PREDICTING NITROGEN LOADS FROM ARTIFICIALLY DRAINED LANDS
    Authors:   R.W. Skaggs, G.M. Chescheir, G. Fernandez and D.M. Amatya
    Keywords:   Drainage, BMP, Nitrogen, Watershed, DRAINMOD, Water Quality
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15594
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  66. Implementation of Kansas TMDLS
    Authors:   P. L. Barnes
    Keywords:   
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15595
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  67. Evaluation of the Effect of Cell Size on the Performance of AGNPS Model
    Authors:   Gupta, N, Rudra, R.P., B. Gharabaghi, B and Sebti, S.
    Keywords:   AGNPS, GIS, RAISON, and Sediment
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15596
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  68. EPRI’S WATERSHED ANALYSIS RISK MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK (WARMF) VS. USEPA’S BETTER ASSESSMENT SCIENCE INTEGRATING POINT AND NONPOINT SOURCES (BASINS)
    Authors:   B. T. Neilson, J.S. Horsburgh, D.K. Stevens, M.R. Matassa, and J.N. Brogdon
    Keywords:   WARMF, BASINS, WinHSPF, watershed modeling, decision support systems, TMDLs, watershed management
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15597
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  69. Land Imprinting Specifications for Reducing Watershed TMDL
    Authors:   R. M. Dixon and Ann B. Carr
    Keywords:   land imprinting, infiltration control, pollution control
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15598
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  70. INTEGRATED SOIL AND WATER MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS TO REDUCE SOIL EROSION AND NUTRIENT LOSS FROM ALLUVIAL SOILS OF THE LOWER MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEY
    Authors:   B. C. Grigg, T. S. Kornecki, J. L. Fouss, and L. M. Southwick
    Keywords:   Surface runoff, Erosion, Nutrient loss, Deep tillage, Polyacrylamide, Crop residue, Subsurface drainage
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15599
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  71. IMPLICATIONS OF CONVENTIONAL AND ORGANIC FARMING PRACTICES ON NONPOINT SOURCE POLLUTION AND TMDLS
    Authors:   K. A. Rolf, J. S. Strock, D. J. Mulla, and P. H. Gowda
    Keywords:   TMDLs, Nonpoint source pollution, Organic agriculture, Cropping systems
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15600
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  72. CONSTRUCTED WETLANDS FOR THE REMOVAL OF CONTAMINANTS FROM DAIRY WASHWATER
    Authors:   A. M. Ibekwe, and S. R. Lyon
    Keywords:   Surface- and ground-water, Constructed wetlands, Total/fecal coliforms, Escherichia coli, Contaminants, Nitrate, Wash water, Dairy
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15601
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  73. MITIGATION OF ATRAZINE IN DRAINAGE DITCHES AND CONSTRUCTED WETLANDS FOR AGRICULTURAL NON-POINT SOURCE RUNOFF
    Authors:   R. F. Cullum, M. T. Moore, S. S. Knight, and P. Rodrique
    Keywords:   Atrazine, drainage ditch, constructed wetlands
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15602
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  74. ON-FARM DEMONSTRATION OF EFFECTIVENESS OF EXPORT AND IMPORT OF COMPOSTED DAIRY MANURE THROUGH TURFGRASS SOD
    Authors:   D. M. Vietor, T. L. Provin, F. J. Jacoby, S. E. Feagley, R. H. White, T. L. Carpenter, and C. L. Munster
    Keywords:   Composted dairy manure, Phosphorus, Turfgrass sod, Phosphorus export, Phosphorus import, Phorphorus loss in runoff, On-farm research.
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15603
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  75. THE AGRICULTURAL DRAINAGE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS TASK FORCE: DECREASING NUTRIENT EXPORT THROUGH THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER DRAINAGE BASIN
    Authors:   J. L. Fouss, D. A. Bucks, and B. C. Grigg
    Keywords:   Controlled drainage, Shallow drainage, Drainage water management, Nutrient export, Nitrate, Hypoxia, Water quality
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15604
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  76. TOTAL MAXIMUM DAILY LOADS AND CRITICAL LOADS; DIFFERENT MEANS TO ACHIEVE THE SAME END?
    Authors:   M. A. Backx, and C.T. Driscoll Jr.
    Keywords:   acid rain, forest ecosystems, TMDL, critical loads, dynamic modeling
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15605
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  77. NONPOINT SOURCE POLLUTION AND TMDLS IN THREE GEOGRAPHICALLY DIVERSE WATERSHEDS
    Authors:   J.S. Strock, D.J. Mulla, P.H. Gowda, J.D. Apland, K.W. Easter, and D. Bruening
    Keywords:   TMDL, Nonpoint Source Pollution, Water Quality, Watershed
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15606
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  78. EVALUATION OF SWAT ON MODELING NITRATE-NITROGEN IN SOIL PROFILE AND STREAM DISCHARGE FOR WALNUT CREEK WATERSHED WITH TILE AND POTHOLE
    Authors:   B. Du, A. Saleh, J.G. Arnold, D.B.Jaynes
    Keywords:   Water quality, nitrate nitrogen, soil profile, modeling, tile drains, pothole, watershed, SWAT
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15607
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  79. USE OF TURFGRASS SOD TO TRANSPORT MANURE PHOSPHORUS OUT OF IMPAIRED WATERSHEDS
    Authors:   I. Choi, C.L. Munster, D.M. Vietor, R.H. White, C.E. Richards, G. A. Stewart, B. McDonald
    Keywords:   Total maximum daily load, best management practices, turfgrass sod, dairy manure, phosphorus, surface runoff
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15608
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  80. REVISITING BUFFER STRIP DESIGN STANDARDS FOR REMOVING DISSOLVED AND PARTICULATE PHOSPHORUS
    Authors:   Timothy M. Dittrich, Larry D. Geohring, M. Todd Walter, and Tammo S. Steenhuis
    Keywords:   dissolved phosphorus, filter strip, nonpoint source pollution, water quality, phosphorus removal
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15609
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  81. USDA-ARS Channel and Watershed Technology Developed for Assessing Impaired and Unimpaired Watershed Sediment Loadings
    Authors:   Andrew Simon, Ronald L. Bingner, Eddy J. Langendoen, and Carlos V. Alonso
    Keywords:   Channel Watershed Modeling Sediment Loads
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15610
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  82. Modeling the Lake Eucha Basin with SWAT 2000
    Authors:   White, Michael J., Storm, Daniel E., Stoodley, Scott, Smolen, Michael D.
    Keywords:   Water Quality, Load Allocation, Non-point source, SWAT, Poultry, Litter, Model, Eucha, Tulsa, NEXRAD
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15611
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  83. A Strategy for Using SWAT to Target Critical Sediment Source Areas
    Authors:   White, Michael J., Storm, Daniel E., Stoodley, Scott
    Keywords:   Water Quality, Targeting, Non-point source, SWAT, Critical source area, Erosion, Model, Cost-share, Gridcell , Stillwater, Cobb, Sediment
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15612
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  84. ASSESSMENT OF BMPS FOR LARGER WATERSHEDS – REQUIREMENTS TO LINK GEOWEPP AND SWAT
    Authors:   C.S. Renschler and T. Lee
    Keywords:   Best management practice, Watershed, Decision making, Geographic Information Systems, Water Erosion Prediction Project
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15613
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  85. Hydrodynamic Assessment of Various Types of Baffles in a Sediment Detention Pond
    Authors:   Christopher S. Thaxton, Joseph Calantoni, Richard A. McLaughlin
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    DOI:   10.13031/2013.15614
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