alexa Assessing the Hydrologic Performance of the Nonpoint Source Water Quality Assessment Decision Support Tool Using HSPF in Feitsui Reservoir Watershed

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Assessing the Hydrologic Performance of the Nonpoint Source Water Quality Assessment Decision Support Tool Using HSPF in Feitsui Reservoir Watershed

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) developed the BASINS (Better Assessment Science Integrating Point and Nonpoint Sources) decision support tool to assess water quality over large rangesized watersheds. The BASINS includes Hydrologic and water quality modeling with the Hydrological Simulation Program-Fortran (HSPF) models. HSPF involves managing large volumes of data [1]. So the accuracy of rainfall data in the BASINS decision support tool is affected by the sparse meteorological data contained in HSPF [2]. The erosional capacity of rainfall is an important natural factor because it represents a natural environmental constraint on land use and management [3]

 
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