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Relationships between water table and model simulated ETAuthor(s): Prem B. Parajuli; Gretchen F. Sassenrath; Ying Ouyang
Source: Groundwater 52(2):303–310.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Southern Research Station
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DescriptionThis research was conducted to develop relationships among evapotranspiration (ET), percolation (PERC), groundwater discharge to the stream (GWQ), and water table fluctuations through a modeling approach. The Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) hydrologic and crop models were applied in the Big Sunflower River watershed (BSRW; 7660 km2) within the Yazoo River Basin of the Lower Mississippi River alluvial plain. Results of this study showed good to very good model performances with the coefficient of determination (R2) and Nash- Sutcliffe efficiency (NSE) index from 0.4 to 0.9, respectively, during both hydrologic and crop model calibration and validation. An empirical relationship between ET, PERC, GWQ, and water table fluctuations was able to predict 64% of the water table variation of the alluvial plain in this study. Thematic maps were developed to identify areas with overuse of groundwater, which can help watershed managers to develop water resource programs.
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CitationJayakody; Priyantha; Parajuli, Prem B.; Sassenrath, Gretchen F.; Ouyang, Ying. 2013. Relationships between water table and model simulated ET. Groundwater 52(2):303–310.
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