Identification of the pollution sources and understanding the processes related to runoff generation and pollution transportation is effective for the water quality management and selection of the Best Management Practices. The ANNualized AGricultural Non-Point Source (AnnAGNPS) model was applied to a watershed in Southern Ontario to evaluate the hydrology and sediment component from the non-point sources. The model was run for two years (1998 to 1999); one year's data was used to calibrate and the second year's data was used for validation purposes. The model has under predicted runoff amount and over predicted the sediment yield. However, the simulated runoff and sediment yield compared fairly well with the observed data indicating that the model had an acceptable performance in simulation of runoff and sediment. The study is still in progress to assess its performance for estimation of TMDL and improvements needed for the model to use under Ontario conditions.
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Research Article| January 01 2006
Evaluation of AnnAGNPS in cold and temperate regions
Water Sci Technol (2006) 53 (2): 263–270.
S. Das, R.P. Rudra, P.K. Goel, B. Gharabaghi, N. Gupta; Evaluation of AnnAGNPS in cold and temperate regions. Water Sci Technol 1 January 2006; 53 (2): 263–270. doi: https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.2006.060
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