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2017 Esri Water Conference

Feb 7 - 9, 2017
Orlando, FL

Mike Winchell, Environmental Modeling Systems Service Leader, presented at the third annual Esri Water Conference on Stone's high-resolution SWAT model that was developed to help inform watershed management strategies targeted to Critical Source Areas (CSAs). The model was applied to Lake Champlain’s Missisquoi Bay Watershed, which is located along the United States–Canadian border, in order to identify, locate, and rank the most important CSAs of phosphorus loads in the watershed.

Download the presentation here: Targeting and Managing Conservation Practices to Critical Areas 

See Also:

Case Study: Targeting Conservation Practices to Critical Areas

Interactive Map of Missisquoi Phosphorus Critical Source Areas

Technical Report: Identification of Critical Source Areas of Phosphorus Within the Vermont Sector of the Missisquoi Bay Basin

Article Published in Hydrological Sciences Journal: Using SWAT for Sub-Field Identification of Phosphorus Critical Source Areas in a Saturation Excess Runoff Region