2011 Spain SWAT Conference Material

June 15

Inaugural Session

Welcome Address Dr. José María Bodoque del Pozo, University of Castilla La Mancha, Spain
Keynote Speakers Dean, University of Castilla La Mancha, Spain
Model Development Dr. Jeffrey G. Arnold, USDA - Agricultural Research Service, USA
Closing Dr. Raghavan Srinivasan, Texas A&M University, USA

Session A1: Large Scale Applications

Elham Rouholahnejad Water Resources Status in Danube River Basin
Benedikt Notter Estimating Ecosystem Service Provision for Future Management and Climate Change Scenarios for the Pangani Basin, East Africa
Hans Estrup Andersen Modelling Nutrient Loading of Danish Marine Waters
Liliana Pagliero SWAT Modelling at Pan European Scale: the Danube Basin Pilot Study
Christine Kuendig Impact of the Ratio Between Subbasins and Climate Stations on the Performance of SWAT in the Rhine Basin

Session A2: Sensitivity Calibration & Uncertainty

Martin Volk Changing Land Management Practices During Model Calibration and Evaluation Periods – Importance, Impact and Interpretation
Michael Strauch Using Precipitation Data Ensemble and Bayesian Model Averaging for Uncertainty Analysis in Hydrologic Modeling
Karim C. Abbaspour SWAT-CUP New Features: Parallel processing, Parameterization, Outlet Visualization
Hyunwoo Kang Evaluation of SWAT Auto-calibration using Diverse Efficiency Criteria
Hyung Kyung Joh The Uncertainty Analysis of SWAT Simulated Stream Flow and Water Quality Applied to Chungju Dam Watershed of South Korea

Session A3: Best Management Practices

Aaron Mittelstet Field Scale Modeling to Estimate the Reduction in Phosphorus and Sediment using a Simplified GUI for SWAT
Britta Schmalz Effect of Best Management Practices on Water Quality in a Lowland Catchment
José Miguel Sanchez Perez Simulated Mitigation Measurements to Reduce Nitrate in Surface Water using SWAT Hydrological Modeling in an Agricultural Watershed, Southwest France
Hongguang Cheng Application of BMPs Design for Inshore Alluvial Plain River system in North Jiangsu, China
Jenny Sandberg The Impact of Land Management on Drinking Water Quality: A Water Industry Application, East of England

Session B1: Model Development

Stefan Liersch How to Integrate Wetland Processes in River Basin Modeling? A West African Case Study
Darren Ficklin Development and Application of a Hydroclimatological Stream Temperature Model within SWAT
Gordon Putz Soil Temperature Damping Depth in Boreal Plain Forest Stands and Clear Cuts: Comparison of Measured Depths versus Predicted based upon SWAT Algorithms

Session B2: Environmental Applications

Julio Issao Kuwajima Challenges and Difficulties in Sediment Modeling Applied to Sedimentation Study of the Lobo Reservoir in Brazil
Raphael Benning Using Measurement Data on Water and Matter Fluxes in Small Homogeneous Mountainous Catchments for HRU-parameterization in SWAT
Jean-Marie Lescot Cost-Effectiveness Analysis for Controlling Water Pollution by Pesticides using SWAT and Bio-Economical Modeling
Itsasne Cerro Assessing the Pollutant Transport with SWAT model in an Agricultural Watershed Dominated by an Alluvial Aquifer

Session B3: Landscape Processes and Landscape/River Continuum

Dan Hawtree Assessing the Impact of Increased Cultivation of Woody Biomass for Energy Generation Purposes on Water and Matter Balances in Rural Catchments
Claire Baffaut Linking Edge-of-Field Results to Stream Flow and Water Quality: A Comparison Between APEX and SWAT
Carina Almeida SWAT LAI Calibration with Local LAI Measurements

Session C1: Pesticide, Bacteria, Metals, & Pharmaceuticals

Laurie Boithias Modeling Pesticide Fluxes During Highflow Events in an Intensive Agricultural Catchment: the Save River (Southwestern France) Case Study
Kristin Brassett A Mass Balance Approach: Updating the SWAT Pesticide Module for Application to EMCONs
Nicola Fohrer Fate and Transport Modeling of the Herbicides Metazachlor and Flufenacet using SWAT
Michael Winchell A Comparison of SWAT Pesticide Simulations Based on Varying Input Resolutions Using a Minimal Calibration Approach

Session C2: Hydrology

Daniel N. Moriasi Hydrologic Evaluation Using Two SWAT Shallow Water Table Depth Algorithms in the South Fork Watershed
Farida Dechmi Application of SWAT Model to a Sprinkler Irrigated Watershed in the Middle Ebro River Basin (Spain)
Laura Galván González Malfunctioning of Stream-Gauge Stations in the Chanza and Arochete Rivers (Huelva, Spain) Detected from Hydrological Modeling with SWAT
Leticia Palazón Tabuenca Application and Validation of SWAT Model to an Alpine Catchment in the Central Spanish Pyrenees

Session C3: InStream Sediment & Pollutant Transport

Anabela Cândida Ramalho Durão Estimation of Transported Pollutant Load in Ardila Catchment using the SWAT Model
Ricardo Sorando Modeling the Pollutant Dynamic in an Intensive Irrigation Agricultural Watershed of a Semi-arid Zone: the Flumen River in Northeastern Spain
Mario Guevara Soil Erosion Modelling in an Agro-forested Catchment of NE Spain Affected by Gullying using SWAT
Jaehak Jeong Development of Algorithms for Sedimentation-Filtration Basins in SWAT

Session D1: Biofuel & Plant Growth

Jesus Uresti Gil Mapping Sugar Cane Yield for Bioethanol Production in Veracruz, México
Indrajeet Chaubey Improving the Simulation of Biofuel Crop Sustainability Assessment using SWAT Model
Jesus Uresti Gil Mapping King-grass (Pennisetum purpureum) Biomass Yield for Cellulosic Bioethanol Production in Veracruz, México

Session D2: Climate Change Applications

Diana Pascual Sanchez Climate Change Impacts on Water Availability in Three Mediterranean Basins of Catalonia (NE Spain)
Maite Meaurio Arrate Application of SWAT Model to Evaluate the Impacts on Water Resources of Some Climatic Scenarios in a Catchment of the Basque Country
Marco Pastori Impact of Climate Change on the Water and Nutrient Cycles in the Po River Basin (Italy)

Session D3: Environmental Applications

João Rocha Estimating Water Pollution Abatement Cost Functions using the Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT)
Sven Lautenbach Quantifying Trade-offs Between Bioenergy Production, Food Production, Water Quality and Water Quantity Aspects in a German Case Study
Frederike Schumacher Simulations of Water Balances in Different European Climates – Potentials and Limitations of Integrated Forest and Land-Use Impact Modelling

June 16

Session E1: Climate Change Applications

Minji Park Analysis of the Future Climate Change Impact on Vegetation Canopy and the Crop Growth Period
Shaochun Huang Projections of Hydrological Extremes under Climate Change in Germany by Combining Different RCMs with SWIM
Fred Hattermann Modeling Hydro-climatic Extremes and Flood Damages under Climate Change Conditions
Minh Tue Vu Quantifying SWAT Runoff Using Gridded Observations and Reanalysis for Dakbla River, Vietnam
Mikolaj Piniewski Effect of Climate Change on Environmental Flow Indicators in the Narew Basin, Poland

Session E2: Sediment, Nutrients, and Carbons

Nicola Fohrer Coupling SWAT with In-stream Models for an Integrated Assessment of Sediment Transport
Matjaž Glavan Impact of Historically Changed Land Use on the Water Quality of the Rivers Reka and Dragonja, Slovenia
Katrin Bieger Application of SWAT to a Data Scarce Catchment in the Three Gorges Region, China: The Impact of Land Use Change on Sediment and Phosphorus Transport
Jose María Bodoque Sub-hourly Modeling of Sheet Erosion and Sediment Transport using the SWAT Model
Balaji Narasimhan Development and Testing of Improved Physically Based Streambank Erosion and Sediment Routing Routines in SWAT

Session E3: Hydrology

Abdelhamid Fadil Hydrologic Modeling of Bouregreg Watershed by SWAT
Alejandra Stehr Using MODIS Imagery to Validate the Spatial Representation of Snow Cover Extent Obtained from SWAT in a Data-scarce Chilean Andean Watershed
Aouissi Jalel Assessment of SWAT Potential Evapotranspiration Options and Data-dependence for Estimating Actual Evapotranspiration and Streamflow
Il-Moon Chung Integrated Surface-Groundwater Analysis on Groundwater Dam Effect in Ssangcheon Watershed in South Korea

Session F1: Model Development

Ann van Griensven A New ‘Floodland’ Module in the SWAT Codes for the Simulation of Periodically Wet Areas
Jichul Ryu Development of Fully Integrated System for SWAT and REMM Model
Pedro Chambel Leitão Evapotranspiration Forecast using SWAT Model and Weather Forecast Model
Ann van Griensven Adaptation to the Sub-Surface Processes in the Soil and Water Assessment Tool

Session F2: International SWAT Applications Review

Luis Hamilton Pospissil Garbossa The Use and Results of the Soil and Water Assessment Tool in Brazil: A Review from 1999 until 2010
Marwa Ali Application of SWAT Model in Land-Use Change in the Nile River Basin: A Review
Preksedis Marco Ndomba Current Application Trends and Data Challenges Regarding the Use of the Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) in Africa
Philip W. Gassman The Worldwide Use of the SWAT Model: Technological Drivers, Networking Impacts, Simulation Trends, and Potential Future Constraints

Session F3: Urban Processes and Management

Roger Glick Calibration of a Sub-Daily SWAT Model and Validation using Different Land Use Data to Examine the Impacts of Land Use Changes
Roger Glick Applying the Sub-Daily SWAT Model to Assess Erosion Potential under Different Development Scenarios in the Austin, Texas Area
C. Allan Jones Use of SWAT by International Engineering Firms
Roger Glick Applying the Sub-Daily SWAT Model to Assess Biological Community Structure under Different Development Scenarios in Austin, Texas

Session G1: Large Scale Applications

Narayanan Kannan Evaluating the Effects of Conservation Practices on Water Quality in the Ohio-Tennessee River Basin using a Regional Scale Modeling System
Mike White Rapid National Model Assessments to Support US Conservation Policy Planning
Asghar Besalatpour Soil Erosion Hazard Prediction using SWAT Model and Fuzzy Logic in a large Watershed
Narayanan Kannan Calibration of SWAT Model for Large-scale Applications

Session G2: Best Management Practices

Darrel Andrews Utilizing SWAT for Water Supply Planning in Texas
Taesoo Lee Cost Effective Multiple BMPs to Reduce the Total Phosphorous Level in a Reservoir
Yiannis Panagopoulos A Decision Support Tool for a Cost-effective Mitigation of Non-point Source Pollution
Chung Gil Jung SWAT-APEX Modeling of the SRI BMP Scenario Effect in an Agricultural Reservoir Watershed of South Korea

Session G3: Sensitivity, Calibration & Uncertainty

Jiwon Lee Analysis of Effects on Validation of Spatiotemporal Changes in Cropping at Agriculture-dominant Watershed
Maria Ermitas Rial Rivas Calibration and Sensitivity Analysis of SWAT for a Small Forested Catchment, North-Central Portugal
Felix Witing, Martin Volk Comparing Different Model Calibration Strategies for Improved Representation of Landscape Conditions in SWAT at the Example of a Large Heterogeneous Catchment
Shenglan Lu Multi-objective Calibration on Flow and Sediment on a Small Danish Catchment

Poster Session

Il-Moon Chung*, Nam-Won Kim, Jitae Kim, Jeongwoo Lee Development of Conceptual Model for the Integrated Surface-Groundwater Analysis in Jeju Island
Ali M. Sadeghi The Effect of DEM Resolution on Slope Estimation and Sediment Predictions
Woo-Yul Jung, Sung-Kee Yang, Jitae Kim* Simulation on Runoff of Rivers in Jeju Island using SWAT Model
Yan Li*, Julian Thompson, Richard Taylor, Hengpeng Li Sensitivity Analysis and Calibration of the SWAT Model: Understanding Model Behaviour in Hydrological Studies of the Daning Catchment, China
Samuel Fournet Preliminary Investigation for the Development of a Water Allocation Module in SWIM to Study the Impact of Prospective and Conflicting Irrigation and Water Resources Management Plans in the Inner Niger Delta under Climate Change Conditions
Julia Tecklenburg Investigation of Monsoon Variability and Related Impacts on Hydrological Processes in the Nile Basin under Climate Change Conditions
Judith Stagl Climate Change Impacts on River Flow Regime and Discharge into the Danube Delta including Quantification of Scenario Uncertainty
Hendrik Rathjens, Natascha Oppelt Upgrading the Grid-based Discretization Scheme in SWAT
Luis Jiménez, Meneses M. Morales, T. Sanz, M.T. Bellido Reduction of the Peak Streamflow as a Result of Vegetation Rehabilitation in the "Yesos of Barrachina" Protected Area
Jiang Rui Modeling the Water Balance Processes for Understanding the Components of River Discharge in a Non-conservative Watershed
Seyed Zeynalabedin Hosseini Estimating Relation Between Vegetation Dynamic and Precipitation in Central Iran
L. N. Kieu, M.R. Reyes, G. Hoyt, E. Steglich Evaluation of the APEX Model for Organic and Conventional Management Under Conservation and Conventional Tillage Systems
Deniz Özkundakci*, David P. Hamilton, Chris G. McBride A Coupled Catchment-lake Model to Simulate Historical, Contemporary and Future Water Quality of a Eutrophic, Polymictic Lake

June 17

Session H1: Sediment, Nutrients, and Carbons

María Concepción Ramos Runoff and Soil Loss Prediction in a Vineyard Area at Very Detailed Scale using SWAT Model: Comparison Between Dry and Wet Years
Sanjeev Kumar Modelling Nitrogen in Streamflow from Boreal Forest Watersheds in Alberta, Canada using SWAT
Nadia Bernardi Bonumá Integration of a Landscape Sediment Deposition Routine into SWAT Model
Jim Almendinger Use of SWAT to Scale Sediment Delivery from Field to Watershed in an Agricultural Landscape with Topographic Depressions
Stefan Julich Water Quality Modeling in Luxembourgish Watersheds for the Identification and Quantification of Sources for River Water Pollution

Session H2: Hydrology

Pedro Chambel Leitão Modeling Watershed Dynamics in Agricultural/Silvopastoral System of a Semi-arid Zone: Enxoé River in Southeast Portugal
Fidelis Kilonzo Choosing a Potential Evapotranspiration Method in the Absence of Essential Climatic Input Data
Geun-Ae Park Analysis of SWAT Simulated Soil Moisture with the MODIS Land Surface Temperature and Vegetation Index for Soyanggang Dam Watershed of South Korea
Jaehak Jeong Flood Routing for Continuous Simulation Models
Paul Wagner Impacts of Precipitation Interpolation on Hydrologic Modeling in Data Scarce Regions

Session H3: Large Scale Applications

Eugenio Molina Navarro Studying the Viability of a Limno-reservoir using SWAT: The Ompólveda River Basin (Guadalajara, Spain) as a Case of Study
Pierluigi Cau Using SWAT and GETM to Model the Integrated Water Cycle within the BASHYT Environment
Hua Xie Assessing the Application Potentials of Treadle Pump Irrigation Technology in Sub-Saharan Africa
Dorian Gorgan Grid based Hydrological Model Calibration and Execution by SWAT Application
Tirupati Bolisetti Representation of Modeling Errors by AR(1) Process and Uncertainty Analysis of SWAT Model under Bayesian Approach
Xiuying Wang Assessing Impacts of Rangeland Conservation Practices prior to Implementation: A Simulation Case Study using APEX

Session I1: Database & GIS Applications & Development

Sudipta K. Mishra Understanding Water-Human Interaction through an Intelligent Digital Watershed: Initial Development and Implementation
A. K. Gosain, Chakresh Sahu Geospatial Infrastructure for Water Resources Assessment & Planning
Dharmendra Saraswat SWAT2009_LUC: A Tool to Activate Land Use Change Module in SWAT 2009
A. K. Gosain, Chakresh Sahu SwatCube: An OLAP Approach for Managing Swat Model Results
Constantino Soru A Web Interface to Write the txtinout file for Scenarios Development

Session I2: Climate Change Applications

Imtiaz Bashir Evaluation of Climate Change Impacts on the Blue Nile flows using SWAT
Jong-Yoon Park Assessment of Future Climate Change Impacts on Stream and Lake Water Quality using SWAT and WASP model
Brett Watson Comparison of Temperature-Index Snowmelt Models of Varying Complexity in SWAT for Predicting Water Yield in a Cold Region

Session I3: Environmental Applications

Aloyce S. Hepelwa Economic Valuation and Hydrologic Analysis in View of Sustainable Watershed Management: The Case of Sigi Catchment in Tanzania
Cristina Yacoub López Assessing Hydrologic Impact of Anthropogenic Activities Located at the Upper Part of Jequetepeque River Basin, Peru
Sabine Sauvage Modelling the Nitrate Dynamics and the Role of Buffer Zones in a Major European Catchment, the Garonne River, in Southwest France
Rebecca Boger Community Based Watershed Modeling in Nigeria

Session I4: Hydrology

Hyung Jin Shin Evaluation of Snowmelt Contribution to Streamflow in a Heavy Snowfall Watershed of South Korea using SWAT Model
Kazi Rahman Runoff Simulation in a Glacier Dominated Watershed of Rhone River using Semi Distributed Hydrological Model
Philip W. Gassman Development of SWAT Hydrologic Input Parameter Guidelines for Specific Iowa Landform Regions for TMDL Analyses and Other Water Quality Assessments
Maria Luz Rodríguez-Blanco Simulation of Stream Discharge from an Agroforestry Catchment in NW Spain using SWAT Model
Rajesh Nune An Assessment of Climatic and Anthropogenic Impacts on a Hydrological System