Application of `SWAT2000' for Hydrological Modeling of Small Watershed in Eastern India

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by Vinay K. Pandey,
S. N. Panda,
S. Sudhakar,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: World Water & Environmental Resources Congress 2003:

Abstract: The present study deals with an application of a physically based continuous hydrological model (SWAT2000) forhydrological modeling of small agricultural watershed of Gowai river catchment in Eastern India. The watershed was digitally delineated using AVSWAT interface that is a tight coupling between a hydrological model and GIS. Initially the model was calibrated (monsoon season of 1998) and validated (monsoon season of 2000) using landuse/landcover data extracted from Indian Remote Sensing Satellite (IRS-1D LISS-III) pertaining to 29th October 1998 and 23rd October 2000.The time series plots and statistical measures were used to verify the model prediction.

Subject Headings: Hydrologic models | Watersheds | Developing countries | Model analysis | Data processing | Monsoons | Seasonal variations | Irrigation water | Rivers and streams | India | Asia

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