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United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) 2006

COMMON MODULAR WIND AND WATER EROSION MODELING FOR CONSERVATION PLANNING

Wind Water Erosion

United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Research, Education & Economics Information System (REEIS)

Titre : COMMON MODULAR WIND AND WATER EROSION MODELING FOR CONSERVATION PLANNING

Identification : 3602-12000-012-00D

Pays : Etats Unis

Durée : Dec 22, 2006 à Dec 21, 2011

Domaine : Protect Soil from Harmful Effects of Natural Elements ; Watershed Protection and Management ; Water resources ; Soil and land, general

Partenaire : AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE WEST LAFAYETTE

Objectif
1) Integrate the WEPP and WEPS model erosion technologies through the use of the Object Modeling System (OMS) into a single wind/water erosion prediction system using common databases and interfaces at the plot and field scale. 2) Incorporate, test and verify new erosion science or related components, such as winter processes, tillage erosion, ephemeral gully erosion, irrigation erosion and rangeland erosion, into the integrated erosion prediction system. 3) Cooperate with all ARS scientists and NRCS staff involved with the CEAP effort to extract relevant modules from existing models such as SWAT (Soil and Water Assessment Tool), RUSLE2 (Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation ¿ version 2), AnnAGNPS (Annualized AGricultural Non-Point Source pollution), CONCEPTS (CONservational Channel Evolution and Pollutant Transport System), WEPP (Water Erosion Prediction Project), WEPS (Wind Erosion Prediction System), and REMM (Riparian Ecosystem Management Model) and integrate them into the OMS for development of regional water and air quality models at the plot, field, and watershed scales.

Présentation : USDA

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