1 edition of erosion-productivity index simulator model found in the catalog.
erosion-productivity index simulator model
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Natural Resource Economics Division in [Washington, DC]
Written in English
|Other titles||Erosion productivity index simulator model|
|Statement||John W. Putman ... [et al.].|
|Series||Staff report -- no. AGES870602, ERS staff report -- no. AGES 870602.|
|Contributions||Putman, John W., United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Natural Resource Economics Division.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 16 p. :|
|Number of Pages||16|
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Get this from a library. The Erosion-productivity index simulator model. [John W Putman; United States. Department of Agriculture. Natural Resource Economics Division.;]. The erosion-productivity index simulator model.
[Washington, DC]: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Natural Resource Economics Division. MLA Citation. Putman, John W. and United States. Department of Agriculture. Natural Resource Economics Division.
The erosion-productivity index simulator model [microform] / John W. Putman. Beginning ina mathematical model called the erosion-productivity impact calculator model (EPIC) was developed to determine the relation between soil erosion and soil productivity throughout the U.S.A.
By the model was ready for use in the RCA ( Soil and Water Resources Conservation Act) analysis. The erosion-productivity index simulator model / ([Washington, DC]: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Natural Resource Economics Division, ), by John W.
Putman and United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Natural Resource Economics Division. Erosion Productivity Impact Calculator: 1. Model Documentation (EPIC) [J. Williams] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Erosion Productivity Impact Calculator: 1. Model Documentation (EPIC)Manufacturer: Agricultural Research Service.
However, their hillslope erosion component usually considers only soil erosion by water. Here is a selection. CAESAR (Cellular Automaton Evolutionary Slope and River model) WILSIM (Web-based Interactive Landform Simulation Model) Wind erosion.
WERU wind erosion simulation models; Tillage erosion. WATEM (Water and Tillage Erosion Model) General. Written by the foremost authorities in the field, this volume brings together the technical papers from which Volume 1 is drawn.
The 10 papers and discussion from a National Research Council symposium cover such topics as soil erosion classification, evaluating how soil erosion damages productivity, calculating soil erosion, understanding ephemeral gully erosion, wind erosion, and.
It is Erosion Productivity Impact Calculator. Erosion Productivity Impact Calculator listed as EPIC. Erosion Productivity Impact Calculator - How is Erosion Productivity Impact Calculator abbreviated. (widely used computerized mechanistic crop model) EPIC: Eastern Pacific Investigation of Climate Runoff index values for frozen soil.
The Erosion-productivity economics model: a user's guide / Michael R. Dicks [et al.]. Published Author Dicks, Michael R. United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Economic Research Service. Resources and Technology Division. The erosion-productivity index simulator model / John W.
Putman [et al.]. Published Author Putman, John W. The EPIC model is a sophisticated descendent of the Yield Soil Loss Simulator, the model used to evaluate erosion-produc- tivity effects in the RCA appraisal. The model draws upon NRI erosion estimates to develop baseline conditions and can simulate ero- sion rates and long-term productivity effects that would be expected from alternative.
Beginning ina mathematical model called the erosion-productivity impact calculator model (EPIC) was developed to determine the relation between soil erosion and soil productivity throughout the U.S.A. By the model was ready for use in the RCA ( Soil and Water Resources Conservation Act) analysis.
Between 15 and 20 EPIC simulations of Cited by: A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the : Hans Hurni.
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acronym for erosion productivity impact calculator, the USDA soil loss-soil productivity simulator erosive wind energy for the i-th period, M L2T~2 the normal component of the net soil flux vector along the ground surface, M L~2T_1 a function; i is an integer subscript used to differentiate between functions.
Most f j are defined in Fig. The model was applied to the km2 watershed of wadi Kou-tine in southeast Tunisia, which receives about mm an-nual rain. The main adjustment for adapting the model to this dry Mediterranean environment was the inclusion of water-harvesting systems, which capture and use surface runoff for crop production in upstream subbasins, and a.
Environmental Policy Integrated Climate (EPIC) model is a cropping systems model that was developed to estimate soil productivity as affected by erosion as part of the Soil and Water Resources Conservation Act analysis for EPIC simulates approximately eighty crops with one crop growth model using unique parameter values for each crop.
In this research, the crop model EPIC (Erosion Productivity Impact Calculator) was adapted for simulations at regional scales. Satellite remotely sensed data provide a real-time assessment of the magnitude and variation of crop condition parameters, and this study in-vestigates the use of these parameters as an input to a crop growth model.
T1 - Soil loss predictions with three erosion simulation models. AU - Bhuyan, Samar J. AU - Kalita, Prasanta K.
AU - Janssen, Keith A. AU - Barnes, Philip L. PY - /1/1. Y1 - /1/1. N2 - Quantification of soil loss is one of the greatest challenges in natural resources and environmental by: The most common are Water Erosion Prediction Project (WEPP), USLE, RUSLE, Modified Universal Loss Equation (MUSLE), Soil Loss Estimation Model for South Africa (SLEMSA), Erosion Productivity Impact Calculator (EPIC), Pelletier’s model, Pacific Southwest Inter-Agency Committee (PSIAC), Regional Modelling of Soil Erosion (MESALES), Risk.
Erosion and Productivity fertilizer was applied at twice the rate in the desurfaced areas, reduction in grain production was attributed to decreased soil organic carbon, crack formation, drought stress, and corn disease.
Crop yield is generally related to the amount of water that is available to a crop from the soil. Greater capacity to. Abstract. Several field scale hydrologic/water quality models have been developed to study the impacts of agricultural management practices.
The EPIC (Environment Policy Integrated Climate — previously the Erosion Productivity Impact Calculator) model is one of the more popular models, which has been widely applied in the United States and around the by: UNESCO – EOLSS SAMPLE CHAPTERS MATHEMATICAL MODELS OF LIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMS – Vol.
II - Food Production and Agricultural Models: Basic Principles of Development - O.D. Sirotenko ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) In dynamic models the conventional form of representation is a differential equationFile Size: KB.The model needs several data inputs to represent watershed conditions which include: digital elevation model (DEM), land use land cover, soils, climate data.
The SWAT model is an advancement of the Simulator for Water Resources in Rural Basins (SWRRB) and Routing Outputs to Outlet (ROTO) by: 3.