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Integral water quality modelling of catchments



Integral water quality modelling of catchments



Water Science and Technology 43(7): 321-328



The Extended Soil and Water Assessment Tool (ESWAT) was developed to allow for an integral modelling of the water quantity and quality processes in river basins. The diffuse pollution sources were assessed by considering crop and soil processes and - together with the point sources - further transformed by an in-stream water quality module. An autocalibration procedure allowed for the optimization of the process parameters.

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