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WEPS and WEPP science commonality project


WEPS and WEPP science commonality project



Soil erosion research for the 21st century Proceedings of the International Symposium, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, 3-5 January 2001: 376-379



The USDA Agricultural Research Service (ARS) has two independently developed, daily time step, process-based erosion models, one targeted for wind erosion (WEPS, the Wind Erosion Prediction System) and one targeted for water erosion (WEPP, the Water Erosion Prediction Project). The models currently share little source code or soil, plant, management and climate databases but do simulate many processes internally in a similar manner.

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