2013 France SWAT Conference Material

July 17

Inaugural Session

Dr. José Miguel Sánchez-Pérez CNRS-ECOLAB, France
Prof. Alexis Valentin Vice-President Paul Sabatier University, France
Dr. Pierre Soler Director Observatoire Midi-Pyrénées, France
Dr. Jeffrey G. Arnold USDA – Agricultural Research Service, USA
Dr. Raghavan Srinivasan Texas A&M University, USA
Dr. Sabine Sauvage CNRS-ECOLAB, France

Session A1: Large Scale Applications

Azizallah Izady Estimation of Actual Evapotranspiration at Regional – Annual scale using SWAT
Svajunas Plunge Development of Modeling System Based on the SWAT Model as a Tool for Water Management Institution
Vikram Mehta Simulated Impacts Of Three Decadal Climate Variability Phenomena On Water Yields and Urban Water Security In The Missouri River Basin
Raghavan Srinivasan Evaluating Crop and Water Yields in the Missouri River Basin using SWAT

Session A2: Sensitivity Calibration and Uncertainty

Haw Yen Evaluation of Model Calibration and Uncertainty Analysis with Incorporation of Watershed General Information
Ouyang Wei Parameter calculation of SWAT model using field observed data in the freeze-thaw agricultural area
Anna Malagò EuroSWAT: Comparing calibrated parameter sets for the Scandinavian Peninsula and for the Iberian Peninsula
Zhenyao Shen Uncertainty Analysis of Non-point Source Pollution modeling: an important implication for the application of Soil and Water Assessment tool

Session A3: BMPs

Matjaž Glavan Influence of different agricultural practices on nitrate–nitrogen (NO3-N) leaching - Experiences in the Drava catchment, Slovenia
Hamidreza Solaymani Osbooei Exploring Adaptation Options to Climate Change in Semi-Arid Watershed Using Choice of BMPs
Odile Leccia Modeling the dynamics of agricultural landuse and practice changes with GENLU2 - a SWAT application
Claire Baffaut A process-based method to simulate terraces in SWAT

Session A4: Hydrology

Dipangkar Kundu Can SWAT capture stream flow variability in a semi-arid climate? An application in Muttama catchment, Australia
Hiroaki Somura Evaluation of small watersheds inflowing Lake Shinji against the water environment
Rafiei Ammar Procedure of hydrological modeling in a semi-arid river basin with SWAT
Venkatesh Merwade Re-conceptualizing the Soil Moisture Accounting of CN-based Runoff Estimation Method in SWAT

Session B1: Environmental Applications

Susanne Mühlner Using SWAT for simulating trade-offs and synergies among ecosystem services related to afforestation in a Central German River Basin
Antonio Lo Porto A hydro-ecological assessment method for temporary rivers. The Candelaro river case study (SE, Italy)
Shine Jude Hamilton Antony Usage of biofuel to mitigate the current environmental impact of aviation
Ane Miren Epelde Beraza Backward application of SWAT model to assess the impact of agricultural practices changes in water quality

Session B2: Model Development

Yi Hong Extraction and re-implementation of SWAT-Model calculations under the MAELIA platform in order to simulate the socio-environmental impacts of norms
Hagen Koch Water management modeling in SWIM: new features and applications
Claire Baffaut SWATing your APEX model: a how-to from the trenches
Kazi Rahman Streamflow modeling in a highly managed complex watershed

Session B3: Sediment, Nutrients, and Carbon

Chunying Wang Estimation of sediment yield in an agriculture - forest dominated non-conservative watershed with SWAT model
Lubna Al-Mahasneh Adapting SWAT model for the evaluation of water harvesting systems in an arid environment: a case from Jordan
Bruna Grizzetti Assessment of nitrogen retention in the Seine river basin by different approaches

Session C1: Database and GIS Application and Development

Feras Ziadat Soil-landscape modeling to predict the spatial distribution of soil attributes for environmental applications
Philip Selby Swat Owl: A new tool for quicker visualisation of SWAT outputs and calibration
Jaehak Jeong Integration of SWAT into a real-time web-based DS tool for sugarcane irrigation management

Session C2: Large Scale Applications

Danielle de Almeida Bressiani SWAT applications in Brazil: A survey of the past 10 years
Philip Gassman An Integrated Modeling System for Simulating Export of Nutrient Loads from the U.S. Corn Belt Region to the Gulf of Mexico
Yiannis Panagopoulos The Effect of Nutrient Reduction Practices on Water Quality of the Large Corn Belt River Basin Systems under Existing and Future Climate
Anthony Lehmann Climate Change Vulnerability in the Black Sea Catchment

Session C3: Hydrology

Xiaoling Sun Effects of elevation bands and snow parameters on the hydrological modeling of the upper part of the Garonne watershed (France)
Yihun Dile Assessing the implications of water harvesting intensification on upstream-downstream social-ecological resilience: a case study in the Lake Tana basin
Jianzhong Lu Using SWAT model to assess different land use scenarios impact on streamflow in Fuhe Watershed, China
Javier Osorio Influence of evapotranspiration estimates on the water balance of sugarcane cropping system in the Hawaiian island of Maui

Session C4: Poster Session

Anaïs Charbonnel Using SWAT model to characterize flow influence on the Pyrenean desman (Galemys pyrenaicus)
Ismaïl Chkara Estimation of groundwater recharge by using surface-subsurface hydrological model
Il Moon Chung Ephemeral stream runoff analysis by using SWAT-K
Nicola Fohrer Effects of Changes in Agricultural Irrigation Systems on Surface Water Resources – A SWAT-based Study in South India
Janne Helin SWAT application for economic analysis of nutrient and carbon loads
Rui Jiang Simulation of stream nitrate-nitrogen export using SWAT model in a mesoscale watershed with an external water source in Northern Japan
Chung Gil Jung Comparison of the Penman Monteith and Regional Calibration of Hargreaves Equation for Actual Evapotranspiration using SWAT Simulated Results in Seolma-Cheon Watershed
Han Na Kim Application of the SWAT model for water resource management considering Climate change in Chao Phraya River, Thailand
Pipas Kumar Application of SWAT on upper watershed of river Subarnarekha with special reference to climate and land use changes
Jeongwoo Lee Reconstruction of natural streamflow by SWAT modelling
Minerva Sánchez Llull Determination of the erosive potential to Cienfuegos Bay in Cuba, using the SWAT hydrological model
Maria Aurora Mesa Perez Modeling pollutants inputs in a reservoir using SWAT model in the Mayabeque catchment (Cuba)
Polona Ojstersek Zorcic Implementation of VFS in the reservoir watershed of NE Slovenia
Yongeun Park Future variation of pathogenic bacteria concentrations depending on climate change in the Yeongsan River basin, Korea
Joel Payoux Modeling the effect of hills lakes on water discharge of the Upper Garonne river basin
Melissa Peraza Castro Evaluation suspended sediment loads in a watershed using eco-hydrological model SWAT
Ali Sadeghi Significance of Uncertainty in Evapotranspiration Estimates on Water Balance Modeling in SWAT
José Miguel Sánchez-Pérez Simulating river discharge in a mountain river using climatic conditions from today to the last 12000 years using SWAT model
Sabine Sauvage Modelling of surface water contamination risks by using RNN and SWAT model : the case of the SAVE river (South-West of France)
Esraa Radi Tarawneh Predicting Sediment Production and Transfer Rates in a Semi-Arid Catchment in Jordan
Robin Taylor An APEX bibliography since 2004
Madaka Tumbo SWAT model application in Simulating the Hydrology of Great Ruaha River Sub-basin in Tanzania
Andoni Uhart Modeling riverine fluxes of dissolved and particulate organic carbon on a large fluvial basin: the Garonne River (South-West of France)
Sung-Kee Yang Analysis of Water Resource on Major Baseflow Watershed of southern area in Jeju Island, Korea

Session D1: Pesticides, Bacteria, Metals, and Pharmaceuticals

Nicola Fohrer Assessment of the environmental fate of the herbicides Flufenacet and Metazachlor with the SWAT model
Philip Selby Using SWAT models to inform catchment management approaches to pesticide control – A UK Water Industry Case Study.
Cyril Garneau Implementation of a new module to simulate trace metals transport in large rivers by coupling SWAT and MOHID models: The case of the Garonne River (France)
Laurie Boithias New insight into pesticide partition coefficient Kd for modelling pesticide fluvial transport with the SWAT model

Session D2: Climate Change Applications

Ina Pohle Assessment of the combined effects of climate and land use change in Lusatia, Central Europe
Valentina Krysanova Lessons learnt from multiple applications of SWIM for climate impact assessment and its involvement in the model intercomparison project
Fournet Samuel Experimental drought early warning system in the Niger river basin
Raphael Benning Climate change: Impact on nitrogen export from different land-use types in a reservoir catchment

Session D3: Model Development

H. Rathjens Integration of the SWAT landscape model into a grid-based setup
Sabine Sauvage Modelling epilithic biofilm biomass in large rivers to be integrated in SWAT model: comparison between the Garonne River (southwest of France) and the Xiangxi River (China)
Indrajeet Chaubey SWAT model improvements: evidence based and conceptual validation
Balaji Narasimhan Integration of a pseudo 3D finite element ground water model with SWAT

July 18

Session E1: BMPs

Michael Strauch Sediment load responses to simulated conservation management practices - towards water and soil protection in a Central Brazilian catchment.
Subhasis Giri Spatial variability of critical source area under various targeting scenarios
Isabelle Morin Development of Generic Landscape-level Stormwater Retention/Treatment BMP in SWAT
Lei Chen Assessment of agricultural best management practices using mathematical models: a review

Session E2: Climate Change Applications

B. D. Kulkarni Assessing the impact of climate change scenarios on water resource in the Bhima river basin in India
Pabitra Gurung Application of the SWAT Model to assess climate change impacts on water balances and crop yields in the West Seti River Basin
Youen Grusson Climate change impacts on the water resources of the Garonne River watershed
Valentin Aich Intercomparison of climate impacts on four large African river basins using a regional eco-hydrological model driven by five bias-corrected/downscaled Earth System Models

Session E3: Urban Processes and Management

Roger Glick Comparing the Changes in Hydrology due to Different Development Regulations using Sub-Daily SWAT
Hyung Kyung Joh Application of the SWAT model for extreme urban flash floods of Seoul
Stefan Strohmeier Using SWAT model to evaluate the impact of community-based soil and water conservation interventions for an Ethiopian watershed
Roger Glick Simulating the Impacts of Retention Basins on Erosion Potential in Urban Streams using SWAT

Session E4: Hydrology

Michel Wortmann The influence of glacial lake outburst floods on water discharge in the headwater of the Aksu catchment: an assessment using the hydrological model SWIM
Jong-Yoon Park Improvement and Application of SWAT Model for Irrigation Water Supply in Agricultural Reservoir of South Korea
David Bosch SWAT Application in Low-Gradient Coastal Plain Landscapes
Ann van Griensven Evaluating the simulation of groundwater-surface water interactions in SWAT: comparison with other simulation tools and field observations

Session F1: Sensitivity Calibration and Uncertainty

Natalia Uribe Estimated calibration parameters in SWAT model for Andean watersheds
Sri Malahayati Yusuf Uncertainty Issues in SWAT Model Calibration at Cirasea Watershed, Indonesia
Boini Narsimlu Model calibration and uncertainty analysis for discharge in the Kunwari River Basin, India using sequential uncertainty fitting
Felix Witing Which parameter complexity is required for a sound simulation of agricultural river basins? Investigating SWAT model sensitivity to agricultural land cover and crop rotation parameterizations

Session F2: Large Scale Applications

Nguyen Duy Binh Towards Evaluation And Prediction Of Soil Erosion For Entire Region Of North Vietnam Using SWAT Model
Hua Xie Developing drought assessment tool for India under intensive groundwater irrigation: a SWAT-based approach
Karim Abbaspour Building a high-resolution hydrological model of Europe
Mike White Nutrient Delivery from the Mississippi River to the Gulf of Mexico and Effects of Cropland Conservation

Session F3: Model Development

Louis Joseph Thibodeaux Emerging Contaminant Soil Fate Model Subroutine Development for SWAT
Robin Taylor The future evolution of SWAT and APEX
Michael Strauch SWAT plant growth modification for improved modeling of vegetation dynamics (perennials) in the tropics
Tyler Wible Spatial Integration of SWAT, MODFLOW, and RT3D for Simulation of Hydrologic and Water Quality Processes in Irrigated Agricultural Watershed

Session F4: Hydrology

Xiaohua Dong Moulding SWAT model for Chinese Qingjiang river for rainfall-runoff simulations
Youness Kharchaf The Contribution of the geospatial information to the hydrological modelling of a Watershed with reservoirs: case of Low Oum Er Rbiaa Basin (Morocco)
Tadesse Alemayehu Abitew Spatial representation of evapotranspiration in the Mara basin: results derived from the SWAT model and remote sensing products
Nguyen Kim Loi Online Supporting System Flood Warning for Vu Gia Watershed, Quang Nam Province, Vietnam

Session G1: Large Scale Applications

Florian Schierhorn Modeling wheat yield gaps in Russia using the SWAT model
Friedrich Koch A large-scale SWAT application for investigating crop production potentials in Russia, Kazakhstan and the Ukraine
José Miguel Sánchez-Pérez Modelling water fluxes and suspended sediments in the Garonne catchment (France)
Judith Stagl Modelling of climate change impacts on river flow regime and discharge of Danube River considering water management effects

Session G2: Environmental Applications

Martin Volk Using SWAT and an optimization algorithm for quantifying ecosystem services and trade-offs in large river basins – Challenges and potential solutions
Rim Ha Assessment of Climate Change Impact on Future Turbidity Current Regimes in Soyang Lake with CE-QUAL-W2 Considering SWAT Inflows
Mazdak Arabi On targeted implementation of nonpoint source pollution control plans: enhancing the optimal design using a mixed discrete-continuous multiobjective genetic algorithm
Mikolaj Piniewski Climate change and agricultural development: Adapting Polish agriculture to reduce future nutrient loads in a coastal watershed

Session G3: Sediments, Nutrients, and Carbon

Shenglan Lu Modelling bank erosion and sediment transport and validating with field measurements
Gilles Billen A generic algorithm for modelling benthic nutrient fluxes
Michael Winchell An Approach for Sub-Field Level Identification of Phosphorus Critical Source Areas in a Region Dominated by Saturation Excess Runoff
Ricardo Sorando Izquierdo Modeling diffuse nitrate pollution transfer during flood events in an intensive agricultural catchment: the case of the Flumen River (NE Spain)

Session G4: Climate Change Applications

Budi Supatmanto Study of Hydrology based on Climate Changes Simulation Using SWAT Model at Jatiluhur Reservoir Catchment Area
Maria Concepción Ramos Using SWAT to predict the Climate change effects on soil runoff and loss in a rainfed small catchment with Mediterranean climate of the NE Spain
So-Ra Ahn Evaluation of Turbidity Water and Eutrophication in Chungju Lake by Future Climate Change Using CE-QUAL-W2 and SWAT

July 19

Session H1: Environmental Applications

Julio Issao Kuwajima Application of SWAT in a Brazilian watershed with inconsistent hydrological data
Maria Concepción Ramos Soil loss prediction using SWAT in a small ungaged catchment with Mediterranean climate and vines as the main land use / SWAT application to simulate the impact of soil conservation measurements on soil and nutrient losses in a small basin with mechanised vineyards
Nadia Bonuma Predicting the impacts of agricultural management practices on water, sediments and phosphorus loads

Session H2: Climate Change Applications

Slim Kouki Testing SWAT under contrasted climate conditions (Province of Québec, Canada)
Björn Guse Evaluation of SWAT in the context of climate change in a German lowland catchment
Joao Pedro Nunes Assessing the impacts of climate change on drought in a transitional wet-to-dry Mediterranean region using SWAT: the lower Tagus river basin, Portugal
Anastassi Stefanova Climate change impact assessment considering water discharge and nutrients in a mesoscale coastal watershed

Session H3: Model Development

Jeffrey Ditty Deployment of SWAT-DEG as a Web Infrastructure Utilizing Cloud Computing for Stream Restoration
Friedrich Koch Integration of dynamic land use change into SWAT using the LUP.dat file and an advanced setup tool
N.P. Nikolaidis Development of the SWAT-Integrated Critical Zone Model
Darshana Rawal Application of Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) and Visual Modflow to delineate the water logging areas– A case study in Parts of Rupen Basin of Mehsana District, Gujarat, India

Session H4: Hydrology

Balaji Narasimhan Some modifications to the simulation of irrigation practices in Paddy using SWAT
Yihun Dile Evaluation of SWAT’s surface runoff estimation using field observed data in the Upper Blue Nile Basin – Ethiopia
José Maria Bodoque Agricultural drought analysis in the Arrecifes basin (Pampas region, Argentina) using the SWAT model
José Maria Bodoque Assessment of the water availability and water footprint in Argentina for agricultural uses. The AWAA Project.

Session I1: Sediments, Nutrients, and Carbon

Jayshri Patel Assessment of point and non-point source pollution in Hindon River Basin using SWAT
Jeongkon Kim Modeling of Suspended Sediment Production Characteristics in Soyang River Basin, a Transboundary Basin located in the Upper North Han River in Korea
Ann van Griensven Modelling the efficiency of nitrate removal by denitrification in the SWAT model

Session I2: Database and GIS Application and Development

Venkatesh Merwade SWATShare – A portal for sharing, publishing and running SWAT model using XSEDE resources
Hongguang Cheng Combing improved hydrological models with SWAT to predict non-point source pollution in an un-gauged basin
Fernanda Viana Paiva Arguello Building a meteorological data set as input for the SWAT model in order to simulate the extreme flood event which occured in the municipality of São Luiz do Paraitinga, São Paulo, Brasil, between 31/12/2009-01/01/2010
Jorge Enoch Furquim Werneck Lima Development of a soil database for applying SWAT model in a catchment of the Brazilian Savanna

Session I3: Hydrology

Julio Issao Kuwajima Comparison of Green-Ampt and Curve Number Infiltration Methods in a single-gauged Brazilian watershed
Rafee Majid From rubber to oil palm: simulating the consequence of large-scale agricultural conversion on leaf area index and eventual river flows
Ambika Khadka Assessing the Effects of Forest Cover Changes on hydrology of Xinjiang River Sub-Watershed Using Remote Sensing and Hydrologic Modeling
Lauren Padilla Modeling flow and pesticide transport through surface water diversions in the California Central Valley
Bahareh Kamali The Impact of Climate Data Uncertainty on Calibration of the SWAT Model

Session J1: Sensitivity Calibration and Uncertainty

Katrin Bieger Detailed spatial analysis of the plausibility of surface runoff and sediment yields at HRU level in a mountainous watershed in China
Mazdak Arabi On the auto-calibration of watershed models: multisite many-objective measures of information
Dan Yu A comparison study of multi-gage and single-gage calibration of the SWAT model for runoff simulation in Qingjiang river basin
Karim Abbaspour Coupling SWAT and MODSIM for Basin-Scale Water Resources Management: Example Karkheh River Basin in Iran

Session J2: Model Development

Björn Guse Temporal analysis of parameter sensitivity and model performance to improve the representation of hydrological processes in SWAT for a German lowland catchment
Matthias Pfannerstill Groundwater as the dominant control process to model recession and baseflow phases in lowland catchments
Ting Tang Adapting SWAT for the Modeling of Pesticide Transport for a Tile-drained River Basin
Oliver Therond An integrated modelling of interactions between human decision-making and hydrological processes: The MAELIA multi-agent platform

Session J3: Pesticides, Bacteria, Metals, and Pharmaceuticals

Julien Boulange Application of the PCPF-1@SWAT model in the Sakura River basin in Japan and Colusa Drain basin in California, USA
Dalila Serpa Application of a SWAT model to assess the impacts of diffuse pollution from vineyards in north-central Portugal
Stefan Julich Modeling of pesticide fate in a Luxembourgish catchment with the Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) - combining modeling and monitoring
Kyung Hwa Cho Developing new bacteria subroutines in the SWAT model

Session K1: Climate Change Applications

Mazdak Arabi Assessment of climate change impacts on diffuse nutrient and pesticide fluxes at the watershed scale
Dong Jin Jeon Best Management Practices in Agricultural area using a Multi-objective Decision Support System to Reduce Total Phosphorus Loading
Pedro Chambel Leitão Coupling SWAT and MOHID WATER coastal numerical model
Gehendra Kharel Modeling the Impacts of Climate Change on the hydrology of the Devils Lake Basin of North Dakota

Session K2: Hydrology

Danielle de Almeida Bressiani Effects of different spatial and temporal weather data resolutions on streamflow modeling of a semi-arid basin, Northeast Brazil
Juliana Marisa Ferreira Santos Using SWAT to understand the eco-hydrological response to droughts of a dry Mediterranean agro-forested catchment, southern Portugal
Maite Meaurio Assessing hydrological processes performance of SWAT on a small forested watershed

Session K3: Large Scale Applications

Stefan Liersch Obstacles and Pitfalls in Simulating the Water Balance of Lake Victoria Catchment
Valentina Krysanova Modeling river discharges of the heavily managed Limpopo river using SWIM and the open-source datasets
Narendra Tiwary Hydrological Modelling of Bagmati River Basin using SWAT model
Elham Rouholahnejad Water resources quantity and quality in Black Sea Basin

Closing Discussions

Closing Discussions