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    • Advances in Watershed Management: Modeling, Monitoring, and Assessment 

      Benham, B. L.; Yagow, G.; Chaubey, I.; Douglas-Mankin, K. R. (American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, 2011)
      This article introduces a special collection of nine articles that address a wide range of topics all related to improving the application of watershed management planning. The articles are grouped into two broadly defined ...
    • Modeling bacteria fate and transport in watersheds to support TMDLs 

      Benham, B. L.; Baffaut, C.; Zeckoski, R. W.; Mankin, K. R.; Pachepsky, Y. A.; Sadeghi, A. A.; Brannan, Kevin M.; Soupir, M. L.; Habersack, M. J. (American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, 2006)
      Fecal contamination of surface waters is a critical water-quality issue, leading to human illnesses and deaths. Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs), which set pollutant limits, are being developed to address fecal bacteria ...
    • Sediment and nutrient modeling for TMDL development and implementation 

      Borah, D. K.; Yagow, G.; Saleh, A.; Barnes, P. L.; Rosenthal, W.; Krug, E. C.; Hauck, L. M. (American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, 2006)
      At present, there are over 34,000 impaired waters and over 58,000 associated impairments officially listed in the U.S. Nutrients and sediment are two of the most common pollutants included in the list. States are required ...
    • Use of biological indicators in TMDL assessment and implementation 

      Yagow, G.; Wilson, B.; Srivastava, P.; Obropta, C. C. (American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, 2006)
      Most states in the U.S. have a general water quality standard intended to protect water from all potential pollutants not specifically named or identified in other standards. Biological indicators are used, in part, to ...