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Author(s):Chen, Zhenquan; Storm, Daniel E.; Smolen, Michael D.; Haan, C. T.; Gregory, Mark S.; Sabbagh, George J.
Author Affiliation:Project Engineer, Environmental Systems and Technology Inc., Blacksburg, Virginia; Assistant Professor; Associate Proffesor; Regents Professor; Assistant Researcher, Department of Agronomy; Assistant Researcher; Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering, Oklahama State University, Stillwater, Oklahama
Title:Prioritizing nonpoint source phosphorus loading using a GRASS-modeling system
Source:Water Resources Bulletin. Vol. 30, No. 4, August 1994, p. 589-594.
# of Pages:6
Publishing Information:Bethesda, MD: American Water Resources Association.
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Nonpoint source pollution; Phosphorus fertilizers; GIS; Surface runoff
Abstract/Contents:"A UNIX-based windows application was developed to integrate a phosphorus transport model with the Geographic Resources Analysis Support System (GRASS). The system prioritizes potential phosphorus loading from fields or cells in a water shed and can evaluate the effects of alternate management practices on phosphorus yield. The model simulates phosphorus loading by using a daily mass balance on a unit-area basis and incorporates the effects from rainfall, topography, soil properties, fertilizer and animal waste application, and management. Model predictions include dissolved and sediment-bound phosphorus yield, runoff volume, and sediment yield. Within the integrated GRASS-modeling system, the user can obtain model input data, execute the model using various options, rank model input and output data, and display them as GRASS-based maps or data tables. All functions are menu driven, developed using C language and X-window tools to run on a SUN workstation platform. The system provides a powerful and efficient tool for prioritizing phosphorus loading from nonpoint sources."
Language:English
References:21
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ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Chen, Z., D. E. Storm, M. D. Smolen, C. T. Haan, M. S. Gregory, and G. J. Sabbagh. 1994. Prioritizing nonpoint source phosphorus loading using a GRASS-modeling system. Water Resour. Bull. 30(4):p. 589-594.
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