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A brief review on SWAT applications in the Great Lakes Watersheds
Qi Junyu
(Earth System Science Interdisciplinary Center, University of Maryland)
Abstract:
Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) is an efficient model to simulate hydrology and water quality in large watersheds. During the past decades, SWAT has been used as a decision support tool to evaluate environmental effects of land usage change, BMPs, and hydraulic structures in Great Lakes wa- tersheds. In addition, it has been increasingly used to predict water resources under different climate change scenarios. This paper briefly reviewed SWAT applications in various watersheds draining into the Great Lakes and intended to provide readers with insights regarding water quality issues in the Great Lakes concerned by researchers and capability of SWAT in dealing with those problems. Future devel- opment of SWAT with respect to dealing with cold region climate and vegetation conditions was also discussed
Key words:  Water quality · Soluble active phosphorus · Nitrate · Suspended sediment · Climate change

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