2010 International SWAT Conference - Seoul, Korea

  • 2010 SWAT Conference in Korea
  • Seoul Tour - 2010 SWAT Korea
  • Seoul Tour - 2010 SWAT Korea
  • Seoul Tour - 2010 SWAT Korea
  • 2010 SWAT Conference in Korea
  • 2010 SWAT Conference in Korea
  • 2010 SWAT Conference in Korea
  • Seoul Tour - 2010 SWAT Korea
  • Workshops - 2010 SWAT Korea
  • Workshops - 2010 SWAT Korea
  • 2010 SWAT Conference in Korea
  • Workshops - 2010 SWAT Korea
  • 2010 SWAT Conference in Korea
  • Seoul Tour - 2010 SWAT Korea

SWAT Workshops: August 2-3, 2010
SWAT Conference: August 4-6, 2010

Proceedings
Agenda
Book of Abstracts
Conference brochure
Korea Conference website
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Conference Presentations

Opening & Keynote Presentations
Keynote Speech 1 Outlook of SWAT Model as a Total Solution of Water, Pollutant, & Food Problem
Dr. Jeff Arnold, USDA-ARS, USA
Presentation
Keynote Speech 2 Outcomes and Impacts by the Sustainable Water Resources Research Program (2001-2011) in Korea
Dr. Sung Kim Director, Sustainable Water Resources Research Center, Korea
Presentation
Model Development History Dr. Jimmy Williams, Texas AgriLife Research, USA Presentation
Recent Development and Features of ArcSWAT Dr. Raghavan Srinivasan, Texas A&M University, USA Presentation
SESSION A1: Large Scale Applications
A1-1 Hyunwoo Kang Improvement SWAT auto-calibration tool with flow clustering EI estimation system using K-means Presentation
A1-2 Taesoo Lee Application of SWAT to estimate inflow to bays from ungaged large watersheds Presentation
A1-3 Pierluigi Cau A relational data paradigm to manage SWAT simulations on the GRID for the Black Sea Catchment observation and assessment system Presentation
A1-4 Nguyen Duy Binh SWAT application coupled with web technology for soil erosion assessment in north western region of Vietnam Presentation
A1-5 Elham Rouholahnejad Hydrological modeling of the Black Sea Catchment using SWAT Presentation
A1-6 Christine Kuendig Preliminary results of the application and calibration of a hydrological model in Europe Presentation
A1-7 Hua Xie Hydrologic calibration of the SWAT model for African river basins using GRACE data Presentation
SESSION A2: Hydrology
A2-1 Eunjin Han Surface soil moisture assimilation with SWAT Presentation
A2-2 Geun Ae Park The spatial analysis between SWAT simulated soil moisture, and MODIS LST and NDVI products Presentation
A2-3 Ki-Wook Park Evaluation of SWAT model for irrigation reservoir operation Presentation
A2-4 Paul D. Wagner Analyzing water resources in a monsoon-driven environment – an example from the Indian Western Ghats Presentation
A2-5 Hyung-Kyung Joh Evaluation of mixed forest evapotranspiration and soil moisture using measured and SWAT simulated results in a hillslope watershed Presentation
A2-6 Il-Moon Chung Integrated surface-groundwater analysis considering groundwater use in Pyoseon region, Jeju island, Korea Presentation
SESSION A3: Climate Change Applications
A3-1 Hyun-Han Kwon Multivarite nonstationary Markov Chain model and its use for SWAT rainfallrunoff Model
A3-2 Debjani Deb Hydrologic response to climate and landuse change in the Minnesota River Basin
A3-3 Se-Woong Chung Impact of climate change on water and soil loss in Daecheong Reservoir Watershed
A3-4 Jong-Yoon Park Assessment of MIROC3.2 hires climate change and CLUE-s land use change impacts on watershed hydrology using SWAT Presentation
A3-5 Woo Young Choi Estimation of climate change effect on nonpoint source pollution in Juam Lake Watershed
A3-6 Soo Jun Kim The evaluation of climate change impacts on water resources system by using SWAT model
A3-7 Hyung Jin Shin Projection of future watershed hydrology by applying SWAT through the prediction of vegetation community under MIROC3.2 hires climate change condition Presentation
A3-8 Min Ji Park Comparison of watershed streamflows by using the predicted MIROC3.2hires GCM data and the observed weather data for the period of 2000-2009 under SWAT simulations Presentation
SESSION A4: Pesticides, Bacteria, Metals and Pharmaceuticals
A4-1 Chehra Aboukinane Manipulation of the SWAT code to model veterinary antibiotics in the environment Presentation
A4-2 Virginia Jin Potential soil transport of 17ß-estradiol in a beneficial reuse system landapplying class B municipal biosolids for forage production in Central Texas Presentation
A4-3 Joon Ha Kim Modeling approach on resuspension of E. coli from streambed using Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) Presentation
SESSION A5: Sediment, Nutrients and Carbon
A5-1 Khanh Linh Hoang Comparison of the SWAT model versus the DAISY-MIKE-SHE model for simulating the flow and nitrogen processes Presentation
A5-2 Hiroaki Somura Application of SWAT for nutrient load discharge estimation Presentation
A5-3 Jong-Pil Moon Study on setting appropriate size of riparian buffer zone in urban basin by using SWAT model Presentation
A5-4 Phan Dinh Binh Land use change effects on discharge and sediment yields of Song Cau Catchment in Northern VietNam Presentation
SESSION B1: Model Development
B1-1 Jichul Ryu Enhancement of the SWAT-REMM system for simulation of T-N reduction efficiency with riparian buffer system at a Bonggok watershed Presentation
B1-2 Youn Shik Park Development of the integrated SWAT-VFSMOD model Presentation
B1-3 Daniel Moriasi New shallow water table depth algorithm in SWAT2005: recent modifications Presentation
B1-4 Jaehak Jeong Modelling onsite wastewater systems in SWAT Presentation
B1-5 Karim Abbaspour SWAT-CUP: A calibration and uncertainty analysis program for SWAT Presentation
B1-6 Jaehak Jeong Development of subdaily erosion and sediment transport models in SWAT Presentation
B1-7 Philip Gassman Simulation trends and other aspects regarding the worldwide use of the SWAT model Presentation
SESSION B2: InStream Sediment and Pollutant Transport
B2-1 Chulgyum Kim Using SWAT for estimating impact of sediment and pollutant export in the Chungju Dam watershed, Korea Presentation
B2-2 Nguyen Kim Loi Assessing the impacts of land use/ land cover changes and practices on water discharge and sedimentation using SWAT: Case study in Dong Nai watershed – Vietnam
SESSION B3: BMPs
B3-1 Jae Ho Jang Evaluation of watershed management practices on receiving water quality using SWAT model Presentation
B3-2 Tae Geun Kim Estimation of pollutants removal efficiency in the buffer strip using SWAT Model Presentation
SESSION B4: Database and GIS Application and Development
B4-1 Simone Manca The MVC client server architecture of the BSC-OS portal to digest, manage, and query SWAT data collections Presentation
B4-2 Sudipta K. Mishra Development of a field based decision support tool integrated with socioeconomical model for managing water quality and quantity Presentation
B4-3 Seong Joon Kim Evaluation of streamflow and water quality in an agricultural watershed of South Korea using SWAT and KOMPSAT-2 detailed land use information Presentation
B4-4 Won-Ho Nam Development of Web-GIS based SWAT data generation system Presentation
B4-5 Yunseok Choi Development of an interface system to couple SWAT2005 and HyGIS Presentation
B4-6 Ali Najafinejad The effect of map spatial resolution on simulation result of SWAT, case study: chelchay watershed, Golestan province in Iran Presentation
SESSION B5: Biofuel and Plant Growth
B5-1 Miae Ha Hydrologic effects of bio-char applications on corn production fields in Illinois Presentation
B5-2 Bikesh Shrestha Evaluating the impact of biofuel production on watershed hydrology using SWAT
SESSION B6: Landscape Processes and Landscape / River Continuum
B6-1 Jeff Arnold An efficient delineation structure in SWAT to simulate the landscape/ river continuum Presentation
SESSION B7: Environmental Applications
B7-1 Jitae Kim Modification of stream water temperature calculation equation of SWAT for the Han River Korea using regression analysis Presentation
B7-2 Christopher L. Shope Simulating water quantity and quality and sediment transport under varying land use and climatic conditions in a monsoonal driven watershed Presentation
B7-3 Katrin Bieger Modelling the impact of land use change on the water balance in the Xiangxi catchment (Three Gorges Region, China) using SWAT Presentation
SESSION B8: Urban Processes and Management
B8-1 Jeongwoo Lee Hydrologic modeling of the White Rock Creek Watershed with SWAT-SWMM Presentation
B8-2 Allan Jones Use of SWAT for urban water management projects in Texas Presentation
SESSION B9: Sensitivity Calibration and Uncertainty
B9-1 Jeongkon Kim Analysis of the impacts of spatial input data quality on determination of runoff and suspended sediment in the Imha Watershed using SWAT model Presentation
B9-2 Karim Abbaspour SWAT Calibration and Uncertainty Procedures Presentation
B9-3 Jaewoon Jung Simulation of streamflow using SWAT auto calibration tool over the Saemangeum Watershed Presentation

Conference Information

Scientific Committee

Large Scale Applications

Karim Abbaspour, EAWAG, Switzerland (karim.abbaspour@eawag.ch)
Nam-Won Kim, Korea Institute of Construction Technology, Korea (nwkim@kict.re.kr)
R. Srinivasan, Texas A&M University, USA (r-srinivasan@tamu.edu)

Climate Change Applications

Valentina Krysanova, PIK, Germany (Valentina.Krysanova@pik-potsdam.de)
Sue White, Cranfield University, UK (sue.white@cranfield.ac.uk)
Taesoo Lee, Texas A&M University, USA (taesoo@ag.tamu.edu)
Xuesong Zhang, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA (xuesongzhang2004@gmail.com)

Sensitivity Calibration and Uncertainty

Karim Abbaspour, EAWAG, Switzerland (karim.abbaspour@eawag.ch)
Ann van Griensven, UNESCO-IHE, NL (a.vangriensven@unesco-ihe.org)
Nam-Won Kim, Korea Institute of Construction Technology, Korea (nwkim@kict.re.kr)
Xuesong Zhang, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA (xuesongzhang2004@gmail.com)

Biofuel & Plant Growth

Jeff Arnold, USDA-ARS, USA (Jeff.Arnold@ars.usda.gov)
Philip Gassman, Iowa State University, USA (pwgassma@iastate.edu)
Taesoo Lee, Texas A&M University, USA (taesoo@ag.tamu.edu)

Environmental Applications

Nicola Fohrer, Christian-Albrechts-University, Kiel, Germany (nfohrer@hydrology.uni-kiel.de)
Nam-Won Kim, Korea Institute of Construction Technology, Korea (nwkim@kict.re.kr)
Martin Volk, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ, Germany (martin.volk@ufz.de)

BMPs

C. Allan Jones, Texas AgriLife Research, USA (cajones@tamu.edu)
Antonio Lo Porto, IRSA, IT (antonio.loporto@ba.irsa.cnr.it)
Sue White, Cranfield University, UK (sue.white@cranfield.ac.uk)
Pushpa Tuppad, Texas A&M University (ptuppad@brc.tamus.edu)

Hydrology

A.K. Gosain, Indian Institute of Technology, India (gosain@civil.iitd.ac.in)
Antonio Lo Porto, IRSA, IT (antonio.loporto@ba.irsa.cnr.it)
Jose Maria Bodoque, UCLM, Toledo, Spain (JoseMaria.Bodoque@uclm.es)
Jaehak Jeong, Texas AgriLife Research, USA (jjeong@brc.tamus.edu)

Sediment, Nutrients, and Carbon

Nicola Fohrer, Christian-Albrechts-University, Kiel, Germany (nfohrer@hydrology.uni-kiel.de)
Ann van Griensven, UNESCO-IHE, NL (a.vangriensven@unesco-ihe.org)
Nam-Won Kim, Korea Institute of Construction Technology, Korea (nwkim@kict.re.kr)
Pushpa Tuppad, Texas A&M University (ptuppad@brc.tamus.edu)

Pesticides, Bacteria, Metals, and Pharmaceuticals

Jeff Arnold, USDA-ARS, USA (Jeff.Arnold@ars.usda.gov)
R. Srinivasan, Texas A&M University, USA (r-srinivasan@tamu.edu)
Jaehak Jeong, Texas AgriLife Research, USA (jjeong@brc.tamus.edu)
Chehra Aboukinane, McGill University, Canada (chehrazade.aboukinane@mail.mcgill.ca)
Virginia Jin, USDA-Agricultural Research Service (Virginia.Jin@ars.usda.gov)

Model Development

Nicola Fohrer, Christian-Albrechts-University, Kiel, Germany (nfohrer@hydrology.uni-kiel.de)
Ann van Griensven, UNESCO-IHE, NL (a.vangriensven@unesco-ihe.org)
Jaehak Jeong, Texas AgriLife Research, USA (jjeong@brc.tamus.edu)

Database and GIS Application and Development

Ann van Griensven, UNESCO-IHE, NL (a.vangriensven@unesco-ihe.org)
R. Srinivasan, Texas A&M University, USA (r-srinivasan@tamu.edu)
Taesoo Lee, Texas A&M University, USA (taesoo@ag.tamu.edu)

Urban Processes and Management

C. Allan Jones, Texas AgriLife Research, USA (cajones@tamu.edu)
Pedro Chambel Leitão, IST-MARETEC, Portugal (pedrochambelleitao@gmail.com)
Jaehak Jeong, Texas AgriLife Research, USA (jjeong@brc.tamus.edu)

Landscape Processes and Landscape / River Continuum

Valentina Krysanova, PIK, Germany (Valentina.Krysanova@pik-potsdam.de)
Nam-Won Kim, Korea Institute of Construction Technology, Korea (nwkim@kict.re.kr)
Martin Volk, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research - UFZ, Germany (martin.volk@ufz.de)

InStream Sediment and Pollutant Transport

A.K. Gosain, Indian Institute of Technology, India (gosain@civil.iitd.ac.in)
Pedro Chambel Leitão, IST-MARETEC, Portugal (pedrochambelleitao@gmail.com)
Jaehak Jeong, Texas AgriLife Research, USA (jjeong@brc.tamus.edu)

Contact

Dr. R. Srinivasan
Texas A&M University
Spatial Sciences Laboratory
E-mail: r-srinivasan@tamu.edu

Dr. Nam-Won Kim
Korea Institute of Construction Technology
Water Resources Research Division
E-mail: nwkim@kict.re.kr