American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers


Watershed Management to Meet Water Quality Standards and TMDLS (Total Maximum Daily Load) Proceedings of the 10-14 March 2007, San Antonio, Texas


  1. Pre-Emptive Strategies for Agricultural Sector
    Authors:   Mahendra P Mohite
    Keywords:   non-point source pollution, BMPs, S.B. 503, TMDL, Nutrient Management Plan
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22611
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  2. UAAs and the Standards-Setting Process
    Authors:   Brooks M Smith
    Keywords:   
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22419
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  3. Adaptive Implementation - Executive Summary
    Authors:   Ken Reckhow
    Keywords:   
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22420
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  4. Impact of Urbanization on Watershed Hydrology and Hydro-Geology
    Authors:   Deepak Khare, Mahesh Kumar Jat, P K Garg
    Keywords:   Urbanisation, Runoff, Groundwater, Recharge, Remote Sensing, GIS
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22421
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  5. Comparison of the Autocalibration Tools Available Within SWAT2005 and Manual Calibration
    Authors:   Paula Jo Lemonds, Michael Kasch
    Keywords:   Hydrologic modeling, SWAT, Bitterroot River, Watershed modeling, Montana, Water quality
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22422
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  6. Application of CANWET and HSPF for TMDL Evaluation under Southern Ontario Conditions
    Authors:   Amanjot Singh, R P Rudra, S I Ahmed, S Das, B Gharabaghi
    Keywords:   HSPF, CANWET, Watershed modeling, Source Water Protection
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22423
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  7. A Framework for Trading Phosphorus Credits in the Lake Allatoona Watershed
    Authors:   Lawrence Mark Risse, D E Radcliffe, Z Lin, J Romeis, C Rhett Jackson
    Keywords:   Lake Allatoona, nutrient trading, phosphorus loading, soil test P, SWAT model, water-quality modeling
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22424
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  8. Evaluation of Modeling Tools For TMDL Development And Implementation
    Authors:   Rafael Muñoz-Carpena, George Vellidis, Adel Shirmohammadi, Wesley W Wallender
    Keywords:   TMDL, Total Maximum Daily Loads, computer models, modeling, mathematical simulation, watershed, waterbody, water quality, uncertainty, economics, pathogens, nutrients, sediment, dissolved oxygen, DO, biological indicators
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22425
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  9. Impacts Of Changing Herd Sizes On The Effects Of Manure Application Rates
    Authors:   Edward Osei, Bing Du, Larry M Hauck
    Keywords:   Macro, computer simulation models, nonpoint source pollution, manure, herd size, costs, practices, water quality, phosphorus
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22426
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  10. Assessing Alternative Fecal Coliform Direct Deposit Modeling Approaches
    Authors:   Kyle M Hall, Brian L Benham, Kevin M Brannan, Rebecca W Zeckoski
    Keywords:   direct deposit; non point source; watershed management; simulation; HSPF
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22427
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  11. Comparison of HSPF simulated in-stream bacteria concentration using FTABLES generated with field survey and digital data
    Authors:   Kyle M Hall, Rebecca W Zeckoski, Kevin M Brannan, Brian L Benham
    Keywords:   simulation; watershed management; nonpoint source pollution; time series analysis; HSPF
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22428
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  12. Validating and Applying the Enhanced Dynamic Fertilizer Model (SWAT-DFC)
    Authors:   James B Houser, Ali Saleh, Larry M Hauck
    Keywords:   SWAT, watershed models, manure management, BMP, soil test phosphorus
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22429
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  13. Sprinkler and Surface Irrigation Effects on Return Flow Water Quality and Quantity
    Authors:   David L Bjorneberg, Dale T Westermann, Nathan O Nelson
    Keywords:   Sprinkler Irrigation, Surface Irrigation, Water Quality
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22430
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  14. The Attenuation of Atrazine and Its Major Degradation Products in a Restored Riparian Buffer
    Authors:   Paige A Gay, George Vellidis, Joseph J Delfino
    Keywords:   Atrazine, deethylatrazine, deisopropylatrazine, hydroxyatrazine, riparian buffer system
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22431
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  15. Assessing Best Management Practices Effectiveness in a Small Watershed using a Process-based Based Modeling Approach
    Authors:   Taesoo Lee, Chris S Renschler
    Keywords:   Best Management Practices (BMPs), WEPP, GeoWEPP, scale, validation
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22432
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  16. Predicting Background and Risk-based Sedimentation for Forest Watershed TMDLs
    Authors:   William J Elliot
    Keywords:   Soil erosion; hydrology; WEPP
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22433
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  17. Evaluation of Water Sampling and Storage Procedures Used in Herbicide Dissipation Studies
    Authors:   Joseph B Fischer, Jerry L Michael, Hilliard L Gibbs
    Keywords:   Hexazinone, imazapyr, metsulfuron methyl, sulfometuron methyl, triclopyr, triclopyr ester, herbicide stability, stream water sampling, high-performance liquid chromatography, solid-phase extraction
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22434
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  18. Addressing Infrequent, Brief, and Small Excursions of Water Quality
    Authors:   George G Ice, Jay P Unwin, Timothy J Hall, Paul Wiegand, Douglas B McLaughlin
    Keywords:   criteria, dissolved oxygen, forest, sediment, standard, temperature, water quality, watershed
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22435
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  19. Study of Wireless-Sensor-Based Groundwater Monitoring Instrument
    Authors:   Dongping Qian, Yun Shi, Kai Zhang
    Keywords:   Wireless sensor net, Groundwater monitoring, GSM communication technology
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22436
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  20. WATER-QUALITY AND ANCILLARY DATA COLLECTED FROM THE ARROYO COLORADO NEAR RIO HONDO, TEXAS, 2006
    Authors:   Meghan C Roussel, Michael G Canova, William H Asquith, Richard L Kiesling
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    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22437
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  21. Measurement of Water Residence Time, Flowpath and Sediment Oxygen Demand in Seasonally Inundated Floodplain Swamps of the Georgia Coastal Plain
    Authors:   M Jason Todd, George Vellidis, R Richard Lowrance, Catherine M Pringle
    Keywords:   Keywords: Dissolved oxygen, Sediment Oxygen Demand, Residence Time, Blackwater Streams, Water Quality
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22438
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  22. Improving TMDL Determinations Through Assessment of Benthic Macroinvertebrate Communities
    Authors:   Adrienne D Viosca, Y Jun Xu, William E Kelso
    Keywords:   benthic macroinvertebrates, biological monitoring, water quality, TMDL, Ouachita River Basin, Louisiana
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22439
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  23. Storm event simulations in the Upper North Bosque River Watershed
    Authors:   Mauro Di Luzio, Ali Saleh, Anne McFarland, Jeff G Arnold
    Keywords:   SWAT, AVSWAT-X, NEXRAD, NPS
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22440
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  24. Evaluation of HSPF Uncertainty Bounds Using a Probabilistic Point Estimate Method
    Authors:   Jairo N Diaz-Ramirez, William H McAnally, James L Martin
    Keywords:   HSPF, rainfall and parameter uncertainty, Harr’s probabilistic point estimate method, Monte Carlo simulation, simulated streamflow uncertainty bounds
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22441
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  25. Evaluation of Nutrient Component of AnnAGNPS Model in a Watershed in Ontario
    Authors:   Samaresh Das, Ramesh P Rudra, Bahram Gharabaghi, Amanjot Singh, Syed Imran Ahmed, Pradeep K Goel
    Keywords:   Keywords: Watershed Models, AnnAGNPS, Nonpoint pollution, N, P
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22442
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  26. Sediment Losses associated with degree of watershed disturbance resulting from clearcut harvesting with Best Management Practices
    Authors:   Matthew W McBroom, R Scott Beasley, Mingteh Chang, George G Ice
    Keywords:   Water Quality, Forestry, Best Management Practices, Soil Conservation, Erosion Control, Non Point Source Pollution
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22443
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  27. Streambank Erosion and Best Management Practice Simulation using SWAT
    Authors:   Balaji Narasimhan, Peter M Allen, Raghavan Srinivasan, Steven T Bednarz, Jeffery G Arnold, John A Dunbar
    Keywords:   Channel Erosion, SWAT, water quality, sedimentation, Best Management Practice, modeling The ASABE website has suggested keywords (under Guide for Authors at http://wwwasabeorg/pubs/authguidehtml but you are not limited to these
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22444
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  28. The Influence of Forested headwater Stream Hydrology on Target TMDLs
    Authors:   Philip C Saksa, Y Jun Xu, April E Mason, Adrienne D Viosca
    Keywords:   Headwater Streams, TSS, TDS, TMDLs, Hydrologic Simulation
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22445
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  29. The Effectiveness of Rural Unpaved Road BMPs in Reducing Sediment Loads in the Stillwater Creek, OK Watershed
    Authors:   Donald J Turton, Elaine Stebler, Michael D Smolen
    Keywords:   Road erosion, unpaved road erosion, low-volume road erosion, road BMPs, BMP effectiveness
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22446
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  30. Predicting the Contribution of Atmospheric Deposition to the Seasonal Nitrogen Loads in the East Fork Little Miami River Watershed, Ohio
    Authors:   Diana P Mitsova-Boneva, Xinhao Wang
    Keywords:   Keywords: dry deposition, wet deposition, CASTNet, NADP/NTN, inorganic nitrogen, ordinary kriging, semivariogram, land cover, retention and export coefficients
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22447
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  31. A Site-Specific Water Quality Trading Ratio: Using GIS and Watershed Modeling to Account for Spatial and Temporal Variability
    Authors:   Ming-chieh Lee, Kyle R Mankin
    Keywords:   Water Quality Trading, Trading Ratio, Non-Point Source Pollution, Watershed Modeling, GIS
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22448
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  32. Fertilizer nitrogen management to reduce tile water nitrates
    Authors:   Kenneth D Smiciklas, Aaron S Moore
    Keywords:   nitrogen, tile drainage, fertilizers, field experimentation
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22449
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  33. Hydrologic Influences On The Relationship Between Suspended Sediment Concentration and Turbidity
    Authors:   Matthew Wallace Meadows, Arne E Skaugset III
    Keywords:   Turbidity, suspended sediment concentration, sediment load, Oak Creek
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22450
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  34. Assessment of the Microbial Load along Chino Creek, CA, Using a Multi-Indicator Approach
    Authors:   Menu B. Leddy, Richard M. Bold, Mark Ibekwe
    Keywords:   Keywords, assessment, bacteria, concentration, microbial, load, Chino Creek, tributaries, fecal indicator bacteria, coliform, Bacteroides, Chino, watershed, dry weather, storm, re-growth, runoff
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22451
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  35. Pollution control of groundwater within an industrial zone (Skikda, Algeria)
    Authors:   Sofiane / Labar, Azzedine / Hani, Colin / Cunningham, Abedelkader Younsi
    Keywords:   Keywords: groundwater, pollution, effluents, Coastal aquifer, Northeast region, Algeria
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22452
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  36. Comparison of stream nutrient conditions in a subtropical lowland watershed to epa suggested criteria
    Authors:   April E Mason, Y Jun Xu, Johnny M Grace
    Keywords:   Stream water quality, nutrient criteria, TMDLs, nitrate/nitrite, phosphorus, carbon ,
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22453
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  37. Stream Rehabilitation on a Rural/Urban Watershed
    Authors:   Wesley Dean Rosenthal, Pamela Casebolt, Dennis Hoffman
    Keywords:   Bioengineering, erosion, hydrologic model, stream, streambank, watershed Introduction
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22454
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  38. Evaluating uncertainty in E. coli retention in vegetated filter strips in locations selected with SWAT simulations
    Authors:   Andrey K Guber, Yakov A Pachepsky, Ali M Sadeghi
    Keywords:   SWAT, water quality, pathogens, indicator organisms, vegetated buffer strip, STIR model, uncertainty
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22455
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  39. Water quality issues facing the forest products industry: Current research focus and future research needs
    Authors:   Erik Brian Schilling, George Ice, Ben Wigley, Masato Miwa, Ali Saleh
    Keywords:   Agriculture Policy Environmental eXtender model, forestry best management practices, forest management and water quality, harvesting, herbicides, nutrients, sediment, silviculture
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22456
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  40. Water Quality of Two First Order Forested Watersheds in Coastal South Carolina
    Authors:   Devendra M Amatya, Charles A Harrison, Carl C Trettin
    Keywords:   Outflows, Runoff Coefficient, Nutrient Concentration, Loading Rates, Prescribed Burning, Pine-hardwood stands, Understory Vegetation
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22457
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  41. Calibration of the SWAT model to the Aysén basin of the Chilean Patagonia: Challenges and Lessons
    Authors:   Matthew M Yarrow, Pedro Chambel-Leitão
    Keywords:   SWAT, nutrient loads, diffuse sources, HARP Guidelines, nitrogen cycle, Chile
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22458
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  42. Water Quality: Bangladesh Perspective
    Authors:   Chowdhury Mohammad Farouque, Mohammed Mogibur Rahman
    Keywords:   water quantity, surface water, ground water, rainwater
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22460
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  43. Reducing Losses with Polymers for Improvement in Water Management and Watershed Maintenance
    Authors:   Michael D Hurd, Victor Johnson
    Keywords:   Keywords: erosion, soil retention, water management, watershed protection, nutrient management
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22461
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  44. Portable Water Quality Monitoring System
    Authors:   Dennis Lack, Joe Castro, First Name Middle Name Surname
    Keywords:   Sediment Control; Turbidity; pH; Filtration; Discharge Monitoring
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22462
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  45. Cycling of Biosolids through Turfgrass Sod Prevents Sediment and Nutrient Loss
    Authors:   Ronnie W Schnell, Donald M Vietor, Richard H White, Clyde L Munster, Tony L Provin
    Keywords:   Compost, biosolids, turfgrass, sod, phosphorus, runoff, sediment, mass loss
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22463
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  46. 5 Years of BMP Implementation Outreach in Florida
    Authors:   Brian J Boman, Michael V Thomas
    Keywords:   Best Management Practices, TMDL, water quality, BMPs, nutrients
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22464
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  47. Impacts of Aircraft Deicer and Anti-icer Runoff on Receiving Waters from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, Texas
    Authors:   Glenn R Harwell, Steven R Corsi, Steven W Geis, Daniel Bergman
    Keywords:   Dissolved oxygen, ethylene glycol, propylene glycol, aircraft deicer
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22465
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  48. Bacteria TMDL Issues-A View From Both Sides Of The Aisle
    Authors:   Paul A Jensen, Yu-Chun Su, Ka Leung Lee,
    Keywords:   Wet weather, water quality criteria, indicator bacteria, contact recreation, TMDL
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22466
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  49. Streamflow and nutrient dependence of temperature effects on dissolved oxygen in low-order forest streams
    Authors:   April E Mason, Y Jun Xu, Philip Saksa, Adrienne Viosca, Johnny M Grace, John Beebe, Richard Stich
    Keywords:   Dissolved oxygen, TMDL, Dissolved Organic Carbon, Ouachita River Basin, Louisiana
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22467
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  50. Simulation of Streamflow, Sediment, and Nutrients on the Blackfoot Watershed in Western Montana using SWAT
    Authors:   Michael W Van Liew, Kyle F Flynn, David T Marshall
    Keywords:   Watershed simulation, autocalibration, sediment, nutrients, TMDLs, SWAT, instream water quality
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22468
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  51. Mathematical Simulation Tools for Developing Dissolved Oxygen TMDLs
    Authors:   George Vellidis, Phil Barnes, David Bosch, Anna Cathey
    Keywords:   Dissolved oxygen, TMDLs, simulation models, watersheds, QUAL2E, HSPF, WASP, EFDC, case study
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22469
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  52. A Numerical Stream/River Water Quality Model for TMDL Studies
    Authors:   Gour-Tsyh Yeh, Fan Zhang
    Keywords:   Water Quality Modeling, Sediment Transport, Numerical Model, Biogeochemical Cycles, TMDL, Contaminant Transport, Stream-River Networks, Eutrophications
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22470
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  53. Challenges of Watershed Implementation Plans: Joe’s Bayou Watershed
    Authors:   Daniel N Moriasi, Jan R Boydstun
    Keywords:   Implementation plan, Watershed, TMDL, BMPs
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22471
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  54. Water Politics and Law for trans-boundary level (example of Central Asia)
    Authors:   Yusup Khaidarovich Rysbekov
    Keywords:   Central Asia, Aral Sea Basin, Post-Soviet period, Independent States, Interstate Water Relations, Water Law and Politics, Regional Water Security
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22472
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  55. APPLICATION OF TMDL AND RISK ASSESSMENT PRINCIPLES FOR PATHOGEN MANAGEMENT AT AN URBAN RECREATIONAL LAKE
    Authors:   Nicholas J Ashbolt, David J Roser, Cheryl Davies, William Glamore, Keryn Hawker, Brett Miller
    Keywords:   Water safety plan, bather risk, recreational swimming, pathogens, viruses, faecal sterols
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22473
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  56. Watershed-Wide Analysis of Fecal Contamination and Fecal Source Identification in Santa Ana River Watershed Impacted by Differences Sources
    Authors:   Abasiofiok Mark Ibekwe, Menu B Leddy
    Keywords:   Keywords, E coli, assessment, bacteria, concentration, microbial, load, Chino Creek, tributaries, fecal indicator bacteria, coliform, Chino, watershed, dry weather, pathogens, river, Santa Ana, SAR, impaired
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22474
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  57. Soil Microcosm Based Estimates of CMA Oxygen Demand and Bacterial Density in a Highway Infiltration Basin
    Authors:   David W Ostendorf, K Blair Wisdom, Camelia Rotaru
    Keywords:   biodegradation, infiltration basin, highway runoff, oxygen demand, deicing agents
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22475
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  58. New Methods in Modeling Sources Specific Bacteria at Watershed Scale Using SWAT
    Authors:   Prem B Parajuli, Kyle R Mankin, Philip L Barnes
    Keywords:   Fecal coliform bacteria, rainfall, runoff, SWAT, watershed
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22476
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  59. Evaluation and Application of Microbial Source Tracking Methodologies for TMDL Development in Texas
    Authors:   J Andrew Sullivan, Faith Ann Hambleton
    Keywords:   Keywords, bacteria source tracking, E coli, TMDL
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22477
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  60. Application of SWAT and APEX Models Using SWAPP (SWAT/APEX Program) for the Upper North Bosque River Watershed in Texas
    Authors:   Ali Saleh, Oscar Gallego
    Keywords:   Water quality, GIS, SWAT, APEX, modeling, nutrient, sediment
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22478
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  61. The Application of WEPP to Natural Gas Exploration and Production Sites
    Authors:   David J Wachal, Kenneth E Banks
    Keywords:   Sediment TMDL, Oil and Gas, WEPP, Modeling, Storm Water
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22479
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  62. A Web-Based Interface to the Chesapeake Bay Watershed Model Phase 5.0
    Authors:   Robert William Burgholzer, Jeffrey Sweeney
    Keywords:   Decision Support System (DSS), web-based model, online model, source assessment, best management practice (BMP), HSPF, Chesapeake Bay Watershed Model, TMDL
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22480
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  63. Comparing the Performance of SWAT and AnnAGNPS Model in a Watershed in Ontario
    Authors:   Samaresh Das, Ramesh P Rudra, Bahram Gharabaghi, Pradeep K Goel, Amanjot Singh, Syed Imran Ahmed
    Keywords:   Key Words: AnnAGNPS, SWAT, Watershed Model, Surface runoff, Sediment yield, Spring condition
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22481
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  64. Erosion Rates from Forests and Rangelands Following Fuel Management
    Authors:   William J Elliot, Peter R Robichaud, Ina Sue Miller
    Keywords:   Keywords Runoff; Erosion; Thinning; Prescribed Fire; Wildfire
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22482
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  65. CHANGES IN STREAM TEMPERATURE AND CANOPY COVER FOLLOWING TIMBER HARVESTING ADJACENT TO NON-FISH BEARING HEADWATER STREAMS
    Authors:   Kelly Maren Kibler, Arne Edward Skaugset
    Keywords:   Keywords: Stream temperatures, timber harvest, aquatic habitat, salmonid, shade, percent cover
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22483
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  66. TMDL Implementation Plan Development for a Rapidly Urbanizing Watershed in Northern Virginia
    Authors:   M L Wolfe, B Benham, E F Dukes, S Morris, A Collins, T Borisova, G Yagow
    Keywords:   TMDL, urbanizing watershed, public participation, benefits analysis
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22485
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  67. Identification of a Management Framework for TMDL Source Allocations in the Flathead Lake Basin, Montana
    Authors:   Kyle F Flynn, Ron F Steg, Jim I Bond, Michael W Van Liew, Michael J Pipp
    Keywords:   Watershed modeling, source allocation, lakes, TMDL planning, implementation
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22486
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  68. Watershed Prioritization Considering Soil Erosion Status: A Case Study of India
    Authors:   Deepak (or initial) Khare, K Sonamani Singh, Kishor A Dhore, Tarun Bhatnagar
    Keywords:   Watershed, Soil Erosion Status, Prioritization, GIS
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22487
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  69. Implementation Planning - Lessons Learned from Three Watersheds in Virginia
    Authors:   G (or initial) Yagow, M.L Wolfe, B Benham, C Heatwole
    Keywords:   TMDL, implementation planning, public participation, stakeholders
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22488
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  70. Joint State (Kansas and Nebraska) Atrazine Big Blue River Monitoring Project
    Authors:   P L Barnes
    Keywords:   Keyword: TMDL, watershed, nonpoint, monitoring
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22489
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  71. Tree species effects on microbial respiration and leaf breakdown in a coastal plain blackwater stream: implications for dissolved oxygen TMDLs
    Authors:   Andrew S Mehring, George Vellidis, Catherine M Pringle, Kevin A Kuehn, R Richard Lowrance, Amy D Rosemond
    Keywords:   TMDL, oxygen, microbial, respiration, organic matter, budget, breakdown
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22490
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  72. On-Farm Watershed Study of Water Use and Water Quality for Rice Production
    Authors:   Phil L Tacker, Wayne Smith, Rachel Lipsey
    Keywords:   TMDL, rice irrigation, watershed, field runoff, runoff sampling, multiple inlet rice irrigation, on-farm study
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22491
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  73. Net Economic Benefits of Using Ecosystem Restoration to Meet Stream Temperature Requirements
    Authors:   Ernie G Niemi, Kristin S Lee, Tatiana A Raterman
    Keywords:   temperature TMDL, water-quality trading, economics, riparian forest
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22492
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  74. Lawn Fertilization Practices on Private Property in the Croton System
    Authors:   Charles R Cutietta-Olson, Vincent Giorgio, James Lee, Dianne Olsen, Anna Snider, Jennifer Stengle
    Keywords:   Keywords: application to land, data collection, drinking water, fertilization, geographical information systems, lawns and turf, phosphorous, public survey, lawn care education
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22493
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  75. APPLICATION OF A FARM-LEVEL ECONOMIC SIMULATION MODEL TO EVALUATE TILLAGE PRACTICES
    Authors:   Edward Osei
    Keywords:   Economic models, simulation, FEM, tillage, costs
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22494
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  76. Water Quality and Economic Benefits of Livestock Exclusion from Streams: Experiences from Virginia
    Authors:   Rebecca W Zeckoski, Brian L Benham, Charles Lunsford
    Keywords:   Livestock stream exclusion, water quality, economic benefits, producer experience
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22495
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  77. The Hydrology of Forest Roads in the Central Oregon Coast Range
    Authors:   Arne E Skaugset, C Erica Marbet, Erin H Gilbert, Kami S Ellingson
    Keywords:   Keywords: forest roads, surface runoff, hydrology, sediment yield, watershed scale
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22496
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  78. Accomplishments of the plum creek timber company native fish habitat conservation plan at 5 years
    Authors:   Brian D Sugden
    Keywords:   Habitat Conservation Plan, BMP Effectiveness, TMDL, Fisheries
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22497
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  79. Designing Forest Roads to Minimize Turbid Runoff during Wet Weather Use
    Authors:   Elizabeth Myers Toman, Arne E Skaugset
    Keywords:   Water quality, sediment, forest roads, road runoff, suspended sediment concentration
    DOI:   10.13031/2013.22498
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