Applying the SWAT hydrologic model on a watershed containing forested karst.Author(s): Devendra M. Amatya; Amy E. Edwards
Source: Beneath the Forest, Fall 2008, Volume 1, Issue 1
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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The US Forest Service Center for Forested Wetlands Research is working on a South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SC DHEC)'s Section 319 Grant Program funded Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) project for the watershed of Chapel Branch Creek (CBC) draining to Lake Marion in Santee, South Carolina (Fig. 1).
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CitationAmatya, D.M.; Edwards, A.E. 2008. Applying the SWAT hydrologic model on a watershed containing forested karst. In: Beneath the Forest. 1(1): 12-13.
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