Conferences 2017 Material

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June 28

Inaugural Session

Prof dr hab. Kazimierz Banasik Welcome Address
Prof dr hab. Tomasz Okruszko Keynote Address: Water management challenges in Central and Eastern Europe – implications for hydrological modelling
Jeffrey G. Arnold Model Development
Raghavan Srinivasan Closing
Valentina Krysanova Intercomparison of climate change impacts and uncertainties simulated by multiple hydrological models in 12 large river basins worldwide

Session A1: SWAT+

Jeff Arnold Overview
Katrin Bieger Watershed Configuration
Mike White Land Management
Chris George QGIS Interface
Jaclyn Tech SWAT+ Editor
Peter Allen New Modules - Lite Approaches

Session B1: Environmental Applications

Chih-Mei Lu Integration of TUSLE in SWAT model for sediment prediction at a small mountainous catchment, Chenyulan watershed, Taiwan
Paul Wagner Dynamic versus static representations of land use change in SWAT
Tommaso Pacetti Evaluating the supply of hydrologic ecosystem services to support the water–food–energy Nexus in the Arno river basin (Italy)
João Rocha Impacts of climate and land use changes on the water quality of a vineyard-dominated Mediterranean catchment

Session B2: Climate Change Applications

Kristian Näschen Applying the Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) to estimate impacts of land use and climate change on water resources in a data scarce catchment in Tanzania
Ina Pohle Can water resources management alleviate the uncertainty of projected climate change impacts on river discharge? - A comparative study in two hydrologically similar catchments with different level of management

Session B3: Hydrology

Roger Glick Innovations in Urban Application of SWAT
Jaehak Jeong Estimation of streamflow and sediment yield for Watershed Prioritization in the Upper Blue Nile River Basin, Ethiopia
Majid Delavar Basin-wide water accounting based on modified SWAT model (SWAT-FARS): an application for the Tashk-Bakhtegan Basin, Iran.

Session B4: SWAT Review Papers and Large Scale Applications

Philip Gassman The Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT); Review of Global Use and Application Trends Circa 2017
Michael Strauch Modifying global precipitation data for enhanced hydrologic modeling of tropical Andean watersheds
Fred Fokko Hattermann Intercomparison of climate change impacts simulated by regional and global hydrological models in eleven large river basins including quantification of uncertainties using ANOVA

Session C1: Model Development

Seshu Tirupathi Software Development Tools for SWAT
Dong Jun Lee Development Web-based SWAT LUC with SWAT BFlow Alpha Factor
Christoph Schürz Bringing two open source worlds closer together - execution and processing of SWAT projects in R

Session C2: SWAT Remote Sensing Applications

Suzana Montenegro Calibration of a Brazillian watershed using MODIS evapotranspiration data
Thomas Poméon Hydrologic modeling of sparsely gauged West African river basins using SWAT – a remote sensing approach

Session C3: Climate Change Applications

João Rocha Impacts of climate change on water availability in Alentejo (Portugal)
Mikołaj Piniewski Projected climate change and its effects on mean and extreme runoff in Poland
B. Narasimhan Multi Model Ensemble for Assessing the Impact of Climate Change on the Hydrology of a South Indian River Basin
Hiroaki Somura SWAT application for water resources management in Khulm watershed, Afghanistan

Session C4: Sediment, Nutrients, and Carbon

Matjaz Glavan Effective catchment management of soil erosion for long-term improvement of surface water bodies quality
Stefan Julich The impact of load estimation procedures on the simulation of nitrogen fluxes in a small mountainous watershed in Germany.
Clément Fabre An assessment of organic carbon exports in an Arctic watershed presenting permafrost using the coupled SWAT model and Carbon modules.
Clément Fabre Organic carbon and nitrate transfers at a watershed scale with the SWAT + model using landscape units: application to a large watershed in France

June 29

Session D1: Special Session: gSWATCloud

Dorian Gorgan gSWATCloud Workshop - SWAT Models Calibration over Cloud Infrastructures

Session D2: Sediment, Nutrients, and Carbon

Nicola Fohrer How to improve the representation of nitrate processes and their dynamics in eco-hydrological models?
Natalja Čerkasova Development of the Nemunas River watershed model for hydrology, sediment and nutrient calculations
Jeong Ho Han Application of measured channel cross-section geometries data for flow and water quality estimation

Session D3: Sensitivity Calibration and Uncertainty

Björn Guse How do hydrological processes change in their spatio-temporal relevance under changing climatic conditions?
Christoph Schürz A comprehensive sensitivity analysis for discharge and nitrogen loads involving multiple model input factors
Asim Jahangir Khan Correction and informed Regionalization of Precipitation Data in a high mountainous Region (Upper Indus Basin) and its Effect on SWAT-modelled Discharge

Session D4: Large Scale Applications

B Narasimhan Analytic Element Method (AEM) and its Relevance with Subbasin/ HRU Concept of SWAT for Potential Integration of AEM Based Simple Ground Water Model
Prasad Daggupati Development SWAT model for contributing basins to Lake Erie from Canadian side and evaluate the effects of inputs on hydrological budgets and streamflow
Talal Alharbi Impact of climate change over Saudi Arabia
Tien-Viet Nguyen SWAT application in Economics of Hydropower - a national assessment

Session E1: Database and GIS Application and Development

Ignacy Kardel Open data for climate impact modelling in Poland: geoportal
Arthur Hrast Essenfelder SWAT Weather Database: A Support Tool for the Long-Term Analysis of Climate Scenarios with SWAT
Thais Fujita Response of Randomized Subsets of Rainfall Gauges Over a Paraná River Sub-basin
Thais Fujita Hydrological Response of a Brazilian Catchment to Different Land Use and Land Cover Products

Session E2: Environmental Applications

Ann van Griensven An adaptation to the vegetation growth module of SWAT for tropical condition
Joanna O'Keeffe Index-based analysis of climate change impact on ecologically relevant flow regime
Hien Ha Ngoc Integration of SWAT and QUAL2K for water quality modeling in a data scarce basin: a case study of Cau River basin of Vietnam

Session E3: Climate Change Applications

Paweł Marcinkowski Effect of climate change on hydrology, sediment and nutrient losses in two lowland catchments in Poland
Fred Fokko Hattermann Quantification of risks and costs of climate change impacts on floods and droughts in the Danube basin
Bahareh Kamali Climate change impacts on meteorological, hydrological, and agricultural droughts in semi-arid regions of Iran
Manish Shrestha Application of SWAT model to compare simple and complex bias correction techniques for climate change analysis

Session E4: EPIC/APEX Modeling System

Claire Baffaut APEX model simulation of edge-of-field water quality benefits from upland buffers
Jaehak Jeong The Agricultural Policy/Environmental eXtender (APEX) Model: Recent activities, model development, and plans
Jeff Arnold Nutrient Delivery and Agricultural Conservation Effects on Water Quality in the Des Moines River Watershed

Session F1: Poster

Sameh Abou Rafee Analysis of spatial distribution of observed ground-based data and large scale modelling of the Parana River Basin
Mojgansadat Azimi Simulation of the effects different rangeland improvements scenarios on evapotranspiration of Case study: Gorganrud Watershed-Golestan-Iran
Claire Baffaut Predicting Drought in an Agricultural Watershed given Climate Variability
Sbaa Boubeker Hydrological modeling with SWAT under contrasting climate in a semi - arid zone: case of the wadi wahrane, Algeria.
Carla Camargos How uncertainty of simulating water resources is affected by different input data information content
Lei Chen A new tool for optimizing best management practices by integrating SWAT and NSGA
Kyunghwa Cho Developing a SWAT Sub-Module for Simulating Dynamics of Cyanobacteria, Green algae, and Diatom
Il-Moon Chung Hydrologic component analysis at the Water Curtain Cultivation site according to annual rainfall pattern
Cenk Donmez Determination of the Environmental Impacts of Agricultural Land Use on Lower Seyhan Plain using SWAT Model
Vanessa Cristina Dos Santos Land use change effects on hydrological regime in the Xingu Watershed – Brazil
Marc Fasel Blue water scarcity in the Black Sea catchment: identifying key actors in the water-ecosystem-energy-food nexus
Josicleda Galvincio Parallelization of SWAT calibration: a Windows HPC approach
Josicleda Galvincio Challenges of Hydrological Modeling in a Basin in Northeast Brazil
Matjaz Glavan Understanding of water and nitrogen cycle in an irrigated Mediterranean area in southern Turkey
Matjaz Glavan Modelling diffuse and point source pollution risks in the case of transboundary Sotla river basin
Joanna Gudowicz Application of the Soil and Water Assessment Tool for hydrological modeling in a High-Arctic catchment: Brøggerelva watershed, NW Spitsbergen
Marilen Haver Modelling mountain hydrology using the SWAT model to understand the impact of abiotic environmental variables on the health of high altitude aquatic ecosystems
Qianwen He Streamflow calibration of a semi-distributed hydrological model by single and multi-site measured data on the Yuan River Catchment, China
Jaehak Jeong Water Resource Assessment, Gaps, and Constraints of Vegetable Production in Ethiopia
Chul-gyum Kim Changes in runoff characteristics of streams in Jeju Island, Korea due to climate change
Petr Krpec Assessment of SWAT model performance in case of Olešná reservoir watershed, Czech Republic
Juan Luis Lechuga-Crespo Modelling potential impacts of Climate Change on hydrology of a small urban catchment on the North of Spain
Chi-Chun Liao Assessment of SWAT sediment export and transport prediction in watersheds of different geomorphological and hydroclimatic conditions in Taiwan
Amina Mami Assessing the Impact of Regional Climate Models on Hydrology of a Semi-Arid Watershed Using SWAT Model: The Case of the Wadi Tafna (Algeria)
Julio Perez-Sanchez Impact of temporal resolution of rainfall inputs on the performance of the SWAT model in Peninsular Spain
Sushama Pradhan Impacts of On-site System Status: Water Quality and Quantity in Micro to Macro Scale
Giovanni Francesco Ricci Comparison between SWAT and AnnAGNPS model simulations in a Mediterranean watershed
Hande Sagir SWAT Modeling of Seasonal Differences in Nitrate Leaching
Carlos Amiliton Santos Hierarchical Calibration of SWAT Model in Paraguaçu Basin River.
Sabine Sauvage Modelling flash floods at hourly time-step: relevance of the SWAT model evaluated with the MARINE model
Sabine Sauvage Using a SWAT and a GIS coupled approach to assess the role of Amazonian wetlands in carbon and nitrogen biogeochemical cycles.
Christoph Schürz SWATpasteR: Parallel SWAT execution and sensitivity testing in R
Christoph Schürz SWATfarmR: A simple rule-based scheduling of management operations for SWAT
Javier Senent-Aparicio Forecast of Instantaneous Peak Flow using SWAT and ANN
Zhenyao Shen Identifying critical source areas for the control of nonpoint source pollution using the SWAT model
José Miguel Sánchez-Pérez Modelling nitrate in-stream retention using SWAT model and STATISTICAL model at watershed scale: the case of the Garonne watershed (France)
Pavel Terskii SWAT applications for transboundary river management between EU, Ukraine and Russian Federation
Ye Tuo Joint use of snow and discharge time series for SWAT model calibration
Janja Vrzel Using SWAT in a coupled modeling framework for the development of renewable gases in the heating market
Xi Wei Modelling self-purification in rivers from hydro-morphological units to watershed scale
Guoyuan Wei A NSGA-II based calibration platform for the SWAT and other universal models
Paweł Wilk Evaluation of climate change and land use impact on suspended sediment production and its quality in different catchments of Poland
Michał Wróbel Determination of the CN parameter in the forest catchment area on the example of Łutownia river in Bialowieza Primeval Forest
Amin Zettam Application of the SWAT model to investigate hydrology, sediment and nitrate flux towards the Mediterranean Sea: case of the North Africa catchments

June 30

Session G1: Sediment, Nutrients, and Carbon

Damian Badora The influence of the DEM resolution on the LS factor and SWAT estimates of soil erosion on the example of upland loess watershed in Poland.
Bano Mehdi Improved understanding of the impacts of hydroclimate, land use and agricultural management practices on nitrate concentration dynamics using SWAT
Valeriy Osypov SWAT Model Application for Simulating Nutrient Emission from Small Agricultural Catchment in the Desna River Basin (Ukraine)

Session G2: Climate Change Applications

Farzad Emami Modeling the Projected Impact of Climate Change on Boukan Dam Inflow and Water Availability in the Zarrine River Basin of Iran
Majid Fereidoon An integrated MODSIM- PSO Model for optimal Multi-Crop Planning in the agricultural Areas of the Karkheh River Basin, Iran, under the Impacts of Climate Change
Saeed Morid Assessing the impact of climate variability and human activities on the drawdown of Lake Urmia (Iran) using SWAT-LU
Javier Senent Aparicio Climate Change effects on the hydrological regime in the Ladra River Basin (NW Spain)

Session G3: Environmental Applications

Anna Maria De Girolamo Modelling streamflow to set an environmental flow
Chunggil Jung Evaluation of the Groundwater Use Impact on the Drying Stream by Modifying SWAT Groundwater Balance Equation
Michael Strauch Towards multifunctional agricultural landscapes in Europe: SWAT as a key to asses synergies and trade-offs between ecosystem services and biodiversity
Michel Rahbeh Evaluation of Soil Water Assessment Tool for the simulation of preferential contaminant transport in cultivated lands near Zarqa river

Session G4: Hydrology

Leonardo Domingues Field Observations and Model Simulations of an Extreme Drought Event in the Southeast Brazil
Asim Jahangir Khan Comparison of Interpolation Methods for Precipitation Data in a mountainous Region (Upper Indus Basin)
Abelardo Montenegro Hydrological analysis for representative small catchments in Caatinga and Cerrado biomes using SWAT model
Thanapon Piman Impacts of climate variability and water resources development on river flows and water balance of Huai Luang Watershed, Thailand

Session H1: Large Scale Applications

Anthony Lehmann Sharing input and outputs data for large scale applications of SWAT with OGC web services
José A. F. Monteiro Overcoming challenges of large-scale SWAT applications with R: Modelling of the Amazon basin
Kausila Timsina Assessment of Changes in Hydrologic Regime of the Teesta River by Teesta –V Hydroelectric Power Project in Sikkim India
Celray James Chawanda Automated implementation of irrigation in SWAT

Session H2: Sensitivity Calibration and Uncertainty

Daniel Hawtree Using Multi-Criterea Calibration Methods to Estimate Nitrate Pollution in a Large Basin with Limited Data
Gerald Corzo Pérez Hydrological modeling of a tropical basin with SWAT: A study case of Cauto River, Cuba

Session H3: BMPs

Natalia Uribe SWAT modelling approach to assess the effect of Potato Conservation Tillage (CT) on nutrients concentration and losses in runoff water in Fuquene watershed.
Arthur Hrast Essenfelder Evaluating Impacts of Alternative Adaptation Strategies on the Dynamics of Human-Water Systems: A Methodological Framework for an Integrated Modular SWAT and Multi-Attribute Revealed Preference Model
Slim Mtibaa Technical-economic analysis of best management practices for appropriate control of sediment yield: Case of Joumine river basin, Tunisia

Session I1: Climate Change Applications

Karim Abbaspour Introducing Climate Change Toolkit (CCT): a modular toolkit for climate change and extreme weather analysis
Stephan Kpoti Gunn Assessing the impacts of climate change on discharge and nutrient losses from a karstic agricultural sub-basin in the Upper Chesapeake Bay watershed
Olga Nasonova Climate change impact on streamflow in ISI-MIP large-scale river basins: projections and their uncertainties
Aziz Abouabdillah Using SWAT to predict projected climate change impact on water resource within a Mediterranean watershed: the R'dom basin Case study, Morocco

Session I2: Hydrology

Joanna Suliga A comparison between SWAT and WETSPA hydrological models for riparian fen modelling at the catchment scale
Suzana Montenegro Comparative hydrology using the SWAT model in Pernambuco State watersheds, Northeast of Brazil for SUPer system development
Gokhan Cuceloglu Assessing the Influence of Climate Datasets for Quantification of Water Balance Components in Black Sea Catchment: Case Study for Melen Watershed in Turkey
Ann van Griensven A methodology for calculating the Water Accounting and Water Productivity based on SWAT-T simulations. Case Study: Mara Catchment

Session I3: Environmental Applications

Nina Zarrineh Impact analysis of land sharing vs. land sparing strategies on catchment-scale agroecosystem services using SWAT
Rafael Magris Modelling vulnerability of coastal ecosystems to land-based mining pollution: a case study from Brazil
Darae Kim Parameter Calibration of SWAT Hydrology and Water Quality Focusing on Long-term Drought Periods
Ji Wan Lee Discussion of a Decade Accumulative Assessment from Baseline for Future Climate Change Impact on Watershed Hydrology and Water Quality Using SWAT
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