ARCGIS-SWAT: A GEODATA MODEL AND GIS INTERFACE FOR SWAT
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This paper presents ArcGIS-SWAT, a geodata model and geographic information system (GIS) interface for the Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT). The ArcGIS-SWAT data model is a system of geodatabases that store SWAT geographic, numeric, and text input data and results in an organized fashion. Thus, it is proposed that a single and comprehensive geodatabase be used as the repository of a SWAT simulation. The ArcGIS-SWAT interface uses programming objects that conform to the Component Object Model (COM) design standard, which facilitate the use of functionality of other Windows-based applications within ArcGIS-SWAT. In particular, the use of MS Excel and MATLAB functionality for data analysis and visualization of results is demonstrated. Likewise, it is proposed to conduct hydrologic model integration through the sharing of information with a not-model-specific hub data model where information common to different models can be stored and from which it can be retrieved. As an example, it is demonstrated how the Hydrologic Modeling System (HMS) - a computer application for flood analysis - can use information originally developed by ArcGIS-SWAT for SWAT. The application of ArcGIS-SWAT to the Seco Creek watershed in Texas is presented.
Journal of the American Water Resources Association
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Olivera, F., Valenzuela, M., Srinivasan, R., Choi, J., Cho, H., Koka, S., & Agrawal, A.
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Olivera, Francisco||Valenzuela, Milver||Srinivasan, R||Choi, Janghwoan||Cho, Hiudae||Koka, Srikanth||Agrawal, Ashish