American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers


TMDL 2010: Watershed Management to Improve Water Quality Proceedings, 14-17 November 2010 Hyatt Regency Baltimore on the Inner Harbor, Baltimore, Maryland USA


  1. Evaluation of Compost as an Alternative to Hydromulch for Vegetative Stabilization
    Authors:   Bradley J Eck, Michael E Barrett, Anne McFarland, Larry M Hauck
    Keywords:   erosion control, stormwater, compost, vegetation establishment
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35729
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  2. Dissolved oxygen analysis of a northern Louisiana headwater stream during timber harvesting operations
    Authors:   Abram DaSilva, Y. Jun Xu, John Beebe, George G Ice
    Keywords:   Dissolved oxygen, TMDL, BMPs, forestry, stream, water quality
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35730
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  3. Characteristics of Non-point Source Runoff from Reclaimed Paddy Field of Fine Sandy Loam in Korea
    Authors:   Kyung-Do Lee, Seon-Woong Hwang, Jong-Gook Kang, Ji-Ho Jeong, Jin-Hee Ryu, Si-Ju Kim, Inhong Song
    Keywords:   non-point source, reclaimed soil, nutrient adsorptivity
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35731
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  4. A HSPF Model Sensitivity Study: Impacts of Watershed Topographic Characteristics on Hydrological and Water Quality Modeling
    Authors:   Zhiyong Duan
    Keywords:   KEYWORDS: HSPF, topographic characteristics, hydrological and water quality modeling
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35732
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  5. Caloosahatchee River Basin Total Maximum Daily Load Assessments: Computer Model Comparison
    Authors:   Nathaniel O Bailey
    Keywords:   TMDL, HSPF, computer model, Caloosahatchee, watershed
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35733
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  6. Collaborative Calibration of a Water Quality Model of an Urbanized River
    Authors:   Nicholas O von Stackelberg, Bethany T Neilson, Hilary N Arens
    Keywords:   QUAL2Kw, water quality, dissolved oxygen, organic matter, model calibration, TMDL
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35734
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  7. Implementing Bacteria TMDLs, A Case Study in Shellfish Waters
    Authors:   Chris Roessler
    Keywords:   Fecal coliform bacteria, TMDLs, shellfish, North Carolina, models, BMPs, implementation, monitoring
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35735
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  8. Development of a Watershed TMDL for the Lower Fox River Basin and Lower Green Bay
    Authors:   Laura J Blake
    Keywords:   
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35736
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  9. Evaluation of Stakeholder Engagement in Developing TMDL Implementation Plan: A Case Study of the Lower St. Johns River Basin, Florida
    Authors:   Tatiana A Borisova, Laila Racevskis, M Jennison Kipp
    Keywords:   Total Maximum Daily Load, implementation plan, public participation, decision making, water pollution, water quality
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35737
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  10. Rehabilitation of an Urban Washington, DC Watershed via Stream Daylighting, Restoration, Groundwater Recharge, Erosion Control and Community Outreach.
    Authors:   Kevin M Donnelly, Aurore M Larson, Rocky Powell, Keith D Tate, Sepehr Baharlou
    Keywords:   groundwater recharge, baseflow, bioretention, stream restoration, storm water BMP, water quality, rehabilitation, sediment, seepage wetlands, erosion
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35738
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  11. Assessing How Best Management Practices Address Watershed-Scale Water Quality Concerns
    Authors:   George G Ice
    Keywords:   BMPs, biological, effectiveness, forestry, physical, water quality
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35739
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  12. Passive Treatment to Meet the EPA Turbidity Limit
    Authors:   Richard A McLaughlin, Melanie M McCaleb
    Keywords:   Turbidity, polyacrylamide, check dam, runoff, storm water
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35740
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  13. Targeting BMP Placement using SWAT Sediment Yield Estimates for Field-Scale BMPs
    Authors:   Prasad Daggupati, Kyle R Douglas-Mankin, Aleksey Y Sheshukov, Philip L Barnes
    Keywords:   Field Targeting, Critical Source Areas, Best Management Practices, Cost Effectiveness, Sediment Yields, SWAT, Calibration, ephemeral gullies
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35741
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  14. DRAINMOD Calibration And Validation on Tropical ‘Fadama’ Soil
    Authors:   Temitayo Abayomi Ewemoje, Michael U Ukasoanya, Samuel O Talabi, Akeem A Balogun, Olayiwola A Akintola
    Keywords:   KEYWORDS: Calibration, Validation, Model Application, Tropical ‘Fadama’ soils, Relative yield
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35742
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  15. Simulating Effects of Drainage Design Parameters on Optimum Crop Yield Using DRAINMOD
    Authors:   Temitayo Abayomi Ewemoje, Oluwaseun Kunle Oyebode, Olayiwola Akin Akintola, Oluseyi Elizabeth Ewemoje
    Keywords:   KEYWORDS: Water management, Drainage design, ‘Fadama’ soils, Relative yield, DRAINMOD modelling
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35743
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  16. Challenging the TMDL Implementation Process in Virginia
    Authors:   Tara L Sieber
    Keywords:   TMDLs, Agency, Social Capital, Virginia
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35744
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  17. Pollution Control Strategies: Improving the Quality of Delaware’s Watersheds
    Authors:   Jennifer A Volk
    Keywords:   agriculture, Clean Water Act, Chesapeake Bay, nutrients, Pollution Control Strategy, septic systems, stakeholders, stormwater, Total Maximum Daily Load, Tributary Action Team, wastewater, watershed, Watershed Implementation Plan
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35745
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  18. A Hybrid Modeling Approach for Sediment TMDLs
    Authors:   Robert N Brent, Raed El-Farhan
    Keywords:   Sediment, TMDL, GWLF, modeling, load duration
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35746
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  19. Off-site Transport of Pesticides in Mt. Lofty Ranges, South Australia, Australia: The Importance of Partitioning Processes
    Authors:   Danielle P Oliver, Jim W Cox, Rai S Kookana, Jenny S Anderson
    Keywords:   Pesticide transport, contaminants, catchment
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35747
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  20. Characterization of the transport of sediment and nutrients in the Mt Lofty Ranges watershed, South Australia
    Authors:   James W Cox, Danielle P Oliver, Nigel K Fleming, Jenny S Anderson
    Keywords:   Sediment transport, nutrients, contaminants, catchment
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35748
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  21. Developing A Framework for Watershed Implementation Plans
    Authors:   Nick L Lindow, Meosotis Curtis
    Keywords:   watershed modeling, TMDL, pollutant removal efficiency, non-point source pollution, stormwater management, environmental site design, fecal coliform
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35749
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  22. Comparison of Subsurface and Surface Runoff Phosphorus Transport Capacities in Alluvial Floodplains
    Authors:   Aaron R Mittelstet, Derek M Heeren, Daniel E Storm, Garey A Fox, Michael J White, Ron B Miller
    Keywords:   alluvial floodplains; hydrologic modeling; phosphorus management; preferential flow; subsurface transport
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35750
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  23. Use of the StreamStats Web Application for TMDL Analysis
    Authors:   Kernell G Ries, John D Guthrie, Alan H Rea, Peter A Steeves, David W Stewart
    Keywords:   Computer software, decision support, geographic information systems (GIS), hydrology, streamflow estimation, statistics, TMDL
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35751
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  24. Identifying Priority subwatersheds using distributed modeling approach
    Authors:   Dharmendra Saraswat, Naresh Pai, Mike Daniels
    Keywords:   SWAT, modeling, watershed, erosion, nutrient transport, pollution
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35752
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  25. Implications of Streamflow Changes Following Timber Harvesting for TMDL Development in Low-Gradient Forested Headwaters
    Authors:   Kristopher R Brown, Yi-Jun Xu, Daniel L Thomas
    Keywords:   KEYWORDS: Best Management Practices; paired watersheds; headwaters; runoff; stage-discharge rating curves, TMDL; Gulf Coastal Plain
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35753
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  26. Importance of Stormflow Sediment Loading for TMDL Development in Low-Gradient Forested Headwaters
    Authors:   Kristopher R Brown, Yi-Jun Xu, Den Davis, Daniel L Thomas
    Keywords:   KEYWORDS: Best Management Practices; forestry operations; runoff; sediment loading; headwaters; Gulf Coastal Plain
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35754
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  27. Changes In Benthic Macroinvertebrate Communities Following Timber Harvest In Headwater Streams Of A Louisiana Low-Gradient Watershed
    Authors:   Derrick D Klimesh, Y Jun Xu, Michael D Kaller
    Keywords:   Benthic macroinvertebrates dissolved oxygen, timber harvest, low-gradient headwater streams, watershed scale, EPT, Louisiana, TMDL development
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35755
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  28. Resolving Pineview Reservoir’s Anoxia
    Authors:   Thomas Nyanda Reuben, Lindsey DeBoer, Brady Worwood, Darwin L Sorensen
    Keywords:   KEYWORDS: - TMDL, nutrients, nitrogen, phosphorus, iron, ground water, runoff, eutrophication, turbidity, surface water, on-site wastewater
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35756
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  29. State Approaches and needs for Monitoring, Tracking, and reporting on Water Quality Improvements Following TMDL Development
    Authors:   Laura J Blake
    Keywords:   
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35757
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  30. Targeting HUC 12s with Water Samples & Windshields
    Authors:   Stacie L Minson, James A Leiker, Dustin A Fross, Thomas L Stiles
    Keywords:   Hydrologic Unit Code (HUC), Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL), Best Management Practice (BMP), Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Sediment, E coli bacteria, Water Quality Monitoring, Targeting, Impairments, Common Land Units (CLU), Subwatershed, Modeling
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35758
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  31. Building TMDLs on the Back of Local Watershed Efforts
    Authors:   Thomas C Stiles, James L Leiker, Stacie L Minson
    Keywords:   Total Maximum Daily Loads, 9-Element Watershed Plans, Nutrients, Urban Stormwater, Watershed Management, Monitoring
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35759
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  32. The Swan Creek Watershed management System
    Authors:   Glenn O’Neil, Lawrence Theller, Yi Shi, Jon Bartholic, Bernie Engel
    Keywords:   KEYWORDS agricultural pollution, agricultural runoff, computer simulation, decision support, erosion, geographical information systems, GIS, hydrologic modeling, nitrogen, Ohio, phosphorus, sediment, watershed management
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35760
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  33. Development of Web-based Load Duration Curve System for TMDL Analysis
    Authors:   Jonggun Kim, Younshik Park, Bernard A Engel, Joseph E Quansah, Indrajeet Chaubey, Larry Theller, Kyoung J Lim
    Keywords:   Flow Duration Curve; Load Duration Curve; Total Maximum Daily Load; Water Quality Characteristics
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35761
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  34. Assessment of NEXRAD P3 data on Streamflow Simulation using SWAT Model in an Agricultural Watershed
    Authors:   ROHITH KUMAR GALI, KYLE R DOUGLAS-MANKIN, XINGONG LI, TINGTING XU
    Keywords:   Hydrology, modeling, precipitation gauge, radar, spatial resolution
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35762
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  35. Impacts of Climate Change on Hydrologic Indices in a Northeast Kansas Watershed
    Authors:   Christopher B Siebenmorgen, Aleksey Y Sheshukov, Kyle R Douglas-Mankin
    Keywords:   Climate Change, GCM, Hydrologic Indices, SWAT
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35763
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  36. Incorporating Seasonal to Inter-annual (SI) Climate Variability in Point Source Discharge Permitting for Effective TMDL Development and Implementation.
    Authors:   Suresh Sharma, Puneet Srivastava, Xing Fang
    Keywords:   SWAT, TMDL, Total Phosphorus, Point source, Nonpoint source
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35764
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  37. Lake Clarity Crediting Program for Lake Tahoe: Crediting & Trading for Urban Stormwater
    Authors:   Jeremy Sokulsky, Mark S Kieser
    Keywords:   KEYWORDS – stormwater, adaptive management, management system, TMDL implementation, water quality standards, offsets, water quality trading, credit, reporting
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35765
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  38. Phased TMDLs in Mining Areas of Virginia
    Authors:   Gene Yagow, Brian Benham, Karen Kline
    Keywords:   TMDL development, modeling, uncertainty, sediment, total dissolved solids
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35766
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  39. Challenges in Linking NRCS Code 590 to Water Quality Standards
    Authors:   Daniel E Storm, Cara Cowan Watts, Michael J White, R Daren Harmel, Michael D Smolen
    Keywords:   Water quality standards, nutrient management, water quality
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35767
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  40. A Stochastic Method to Develop Nutrient TMDLs Using SWAT
    Authors:   Aisha M Sexton, Adel Shirmohammadi, Ali M Sadeghi, Hubert J Montas
    Keywords:   Modeling, Uncertainty, TMDL, Margin of Safety, SWAT
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35768
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  41. Exploring the effects of land-use classification errors on the outputs of a coastal habitat model using global sensitivity and uncertainty analysis
    Authors:   Ma. Librada Chu-Agor, Rafael Muñoz-Carpena, Gregory Kikerr, Igor Linkov
    Keywords:   Keywords: classification errors, sensitivity analysis, uncertainty analysis, habitat model
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35769
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  42. Global Uncertainty, Sensitivity Analysis and Fractal Characterization of Spatially Distributed Hydrologic Models: case-study for a Constructed Subtropical Wetland in Everglades, Florida
    Authors:   Matteo Convertino, Zuzanna Zajac, Rafael Munoz-Carpena, Gregory A Kiker
    Keywords:   uncertainty and sensitivity analysis, fractal dimension, data-density, wetlands, water quality
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35770
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  43. Tracking Nutrient Reductions in a Michigan River in Response to Fertilizer Policy Implementation
    Authors:   Ric Lawson, Elizabeth Riggs
    Keywords:   Phosphorus; Eutrophication; Nonpoint pollution; Total Maximum Daily Load; Turfgrass fertilizer ordinance; Huron River; City of Ann Arbor; non-structural BMP
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35771
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  44. Addressing an Impervious Cover TMDL through the use of LID
    Authors:   Kelly A Collins, Lori A Lilly, Deb S Caraco, Chet Arnold, Anne C Kitchell
    Keywords:   Impervious Cover, TMDLs, low impact development, retrofit, impaired streams
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35772
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  45. Monitoring Bacteria TMDL Implementation in Catoctin Creek Watershed, VA
    Authors:   David S Ward
    Keywords:   water quality, bacteria, tracking TMDL, implementation
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35773
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  46. Dynamic Watershed Simulation Model with Bank Erosion
    Authors:   Deva K Borah
    Keywords:   Bank erosion, Hydrologic modeling, Sediment transport, Upland erosion, Watershed modeling
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35774
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  47. Water Quality Assessment of the Osage Creek tributary to the Illinois River of Arkansas and Oklahoma
    Authors:   Eric Carson Cummings, Arthur V Brown, Brian E Haggard, Marty D Matlock
    Keywords:   KEYWORDS Water quality, Environmental Assessment, Biotic Index, Rapid Bioassessment Protocol, Nutrients
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35775
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  48. Using Stormwater Retrofits to Reduce Channel-Derived Sediment and Phosphorus Loading
    Authors:   Shandor J Szalay
    Keywords:   Sediment, stormwater retrofit, streambank erosion
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35776
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  49. Module STWIR for KINEROS-based Simulations of the Field-scale Manure-Borne Bacteria Transport with Runoff
    Authors:   Andrey K Guber, Yakov A Pachepsky, Alex M Yakirevich, Daniel R Shelton, Ali M Sadeghi, Randy A Rowland, David C Goodrich, Carl L Unkrich
    Keywords:   Fecal coliforms, runoff model, uncertainty, field scale
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35777
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  50. Alternative Methods for Fecal Coliform Load Reductions in South Georgia Watersheds
    Authors:   David D Bosch, David A Chin, Donna Sakura-Lemessy, Mary P Adams, George Vellidis
    Keywords:   Total maximum daily loads, watershed management
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35778
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  51. Implications of Variation in Best Management Practice Effectiveness on the Selection of a Watershed Restoration Strategy for Microbial Contamination
    Authors:   Leigh-Anne H Krometis, Kavya P Kasturi, Gregory W Characklis
    Keywords:   TMDL, BMP uncertainty, fecal indicator bacteria, watershed restoration, adaptive implementation
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35779
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  52. TMDL Development Using Quantile Regression
    Authors:   Kevin Michael Brannan, Donald Paul Butcher
    Keywords:   Statistical Analysis, Dissolved Oxygen, Water Quality Model
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35780
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  53. THE INLAND BAYS TMDL: TRIBULATIONS AND CHALLENGES
    Authors:   William F Ritter
    Keywords:   Nitrogen, phosphorus, TMDL, stormwater, poultry, Inland Bays
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35781
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  54. Consideration of Economics While Identifying Best Management Practices for Watershed Protection Plans
    Authors:   A J Leidner, M E Rister, A W Sturdivant, T Lee, D Waidler, E K Seawright, R D Lacewell, R Srinivasan, B Narasimhan, C Wolfe, D Andrews, M Ernst, J Owens, B Lesikar, R F Adams, A Berthold, C A Jones, B L Harris
    Keywords:   Best management practices, SWAT, economics
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35782
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  55. Assessing Phosphorus Loss from the Upper Pearl River Watershed in East-central Mississippi using SWAT Model
    Authors:   Prem B Parajuli
    Keywords:   Stream flow, sediment yield, total phosphorus, nutrients, SWAT
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35783
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  56. Prioritizing Watershed Conservation for Sediment Load Reduction in the Coastal Plain of Southwest Georgia
    Authors:   Taeil Jang, George Vellidis, Jeffrey B Hyman, Erin Brooks
    Keywords:   Synoptic approach, Geographic prioritization, Conceptual model, Criterion, Indicator
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35784
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  57. Water Quality Assessment on Organic Plots under Conventional and Tillage Systems in Upper French Broad Watershed with APEX Model
    Authors:   Kieu Ngoc Le, Katherine R Suda, Manuel R Reyes
    Keywords:   Upper French Broad, APEX model, organic production, water quality, modeling
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35785
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  58. Modeling Streamflow with SWAT in the Upper Haw River of North Carolina
    Authors:   Katherine R Suda, Kieu Ngoc Le, Manuel R Reyes
    Keywords:   SWAT model, streamflow, NC, Haw River
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35786
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  59. Effect Of MSW Leachate Effluent Pollution On Downstream Quality Of Urban Drainage River In Uyo, Nigeria.
    Authors:   OBOT E ESSIEN
    Keywords:   KEYWORDS: point source; pollution; leachate; TMDL; regulation; Uyo
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35787
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  60. Assessing Changes to In-Stream Turbidity Following Construction of a Forest Road in West Virginia
    Authors:   Jingxin Wang, William A Goff, Pamela J Edwards
    Keywords:   Turbidity, Water quality, Forest road construction, Ephemeral drainages, Suspended sediment
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35788
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  61. Roll Out the Rain Barrel
    Authors:   Stacie L Minson, James A Leiker
    Keywords:   KEYWORDS: Rainfall, Rain Barrel, Landscape, Water Conservation, Urban Storm Water Pollution Management, TMDL, Community, Best Management Practices, Water Conservation
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.35789
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