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Prediction methodology for contaminant transport from rangeland watersheds



Prediction methodology for contaminant transport from rangeland watersheds



ASAE Publication, American Society of Agricultural Engineers (07-88): 79-94



A methodology is presented which uses stochastic weather generation in conjunction with hydrologic, erosion and contaminant transport models to predict contaminant transport. Initial tests revealed that flood frequency curves for two watersheds at Walnut Gulch near Tombstone, Arizona were underpredicted. The method was used to predict contaminant transport in the Plutonium Valley Watershed on the Nevada Test Site, but no comparison with observed data was possible.

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