CIGR and AGM Québec City (2010)

ASABE's 9th International Drainage Symposium

Papers in this category are available in ASABE Technical Library (ASABE's member access only).

A comparison of drainmod and swat for surface runoff and subsurface drainage flow prediction at the field scale for a cold climate
Authors: M. Chikhaoui, C. Madramootoo, A. Gollamudi
Keywords: drainmod, swat, field-scale hydrology, subsurface drainage flow, modelling, cold climate
Identifier: CSBE100071
A comparison of mike she and drainmod for modeling forested wetland hydrology in coastal South Carolina, USA
Authors: Z. Dai, D.M. Amatya, G. Sun, C.C. Trettin, C. Li, H. Li
Keywords: wetlands, land use change, mike she, drainmod, discharge, water table
Identifier: CSBE100261
A decade later: the establishment, channel evolution, and stability of innovative two-stage agricultural ditches in the midwest region of the united states
Authors: R. Kallio, A. Ward, J.L. D'Ambrosio, J.D. Witter
Keywords: floodplains, channel evolution, stability
Identifier: CSBE100209
Advances in sportsturf drainage
Authors: David B. Shelton
Identifier: CSBE100162
An initial assessment of a wetland-reservoir wastewater treatment and reuse system receiving agricultural drainage water in Nova Scotia
Authors: Michael Haverstock, Ali Madani, Rob Gordon, Peter Havard
Keywords: cold climate, drainage reuse, e. coli reduction, nutrient reduction, subsurface drainage, constructed treatment wetland
Identifier: CSBE100192
Application of drainmod-n model for predicting nitrate-n in paddy rice fields under controlled drainage in a costal region of Iran
Authors: H. Noory, H.Z. Abyaneh, H. Noory, A.-M. Liaghat
Keywords: controlled drainage, drainmod-n, nitrate, paddy rice
Identifier: CSBE100106
Application of swap to assess performance of subsurface drainage system under semi-arid monsoon climate
Authors: Ajit Kumar Verma, Suresh Kumar Gupta, Rajendra Kumar Isaac
Keywords: subsurface drainage, simulation, modeling, swap, waterlogging, sew30
Identifier: CSBE100218
Assessing the feasibility of drainmod application using soil hydraulic properties estimated by pedotransfer functions
Authors: Ahmed M. Abdelbaki, Mohamed A. Youssef
Keywords: drainmod, pedotransfer functions, hydraulic conductivity, soil water release data
Identifier: CSBE100170
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