Articles | Volume 48
04 Apr 2019
 | 04 Apr 2019

Evaluating the SWAT model to predict streamflow, nitrate loadings and crop yields in a small agricultural catchment

Andreas Bauwe, Petra Kahle, and Bernd Lennartz

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