This publication comes with computer software and presents a comprehensive simulation model designed to predict the hydrologic response, including potential for surface and groundwater contamination, of alternative crop-management systems. It simulates crop development and the movement of water, nutrients and pesticides over and through the root zone for a representative unit area of an agricultural field over multiple years. The model allows simulation of a wide spectrum of management practices and scenarios with special features such as the rapid transport of surface-applied chemicals through macropores to deeper depths and the preferential transport of chemicals within the soil matrix via mobile-immobile zones. The transfer of surface-applied chemicals (pesticides in particular) to runoff water is also an important component.KINEROS, A kinematic runoff and erosion model: Documentation and User Manual, U.S. Department of Agriculture Research Service, ARS-77, 130 pp. APPENDIX: RZWQM98 USER GUIDE K. W. Rojas, L. Ma, J. 326 Root Zone Water Qualityanbsp;...
|Title||:||Root Zone Water Quality Model|
|Author||:||Lajpat Ahuja, K. W. Rojas, J. D. Hanson|
|Publisher||:||Water Resources Publication - 2000|