RESEARCH

August 12, 2017

The objective of this study was to evaluate effects of conservation practices actually implemented in reducing sediment and nutrient loads at field and watershed scales. We obtained locational information of 10,028 conservation practices implemented in the St. Joseph River watershed from USDA - Natu...

August 11, 2017

Conservation practices are designed and implemented to reduce soil erosion and protect water quality, but their effectiveness has been found to vary widely. This study investigated spatial and temporal variability in sediment and nutrient loads and load reductions achieved by implementing conservati...

August 10, 2017

Hydrologic modeling outputs are influenced by how a watershed system is represented. Channel routing is a typical example of the mathematical conceptualization of watershed landscape and processes in hydrologic modeling. We investigated the sensitivity of accuracy, equifinality, and uncertainty of S...

August 10, 2017

Parameter uncertainty in hydrologic modeling is commonly evaluated, but assessing the impact of spatial input data uncertainty in spatially descriptive “distributed” models is not common. This study compares the significance of uncertainty in spatial input data and model parameters on the output unc...

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Young Gu Her, yher@ufl.edu / sizorbist@gmail.com, https://www.yher.xyz, Homestead, FL 33031