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Modification of Sediment Trapping Efficiency Equation of VFS in SWAT Considering the Characteristics of the Agricultural Land in Korea
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Modification of Sediment Trapping Efficiency Equation of VFS in SWAT Considering the Characteristics of the Agricultural Land in Korea
Han, Jeong Ho; Park, Younshik; Kum, Donghyuk; Jung, Younghun; Jung, Gyo Cheol; Kim, Ki-Sung; Lim, Kyoung Jae;
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 Abstract
In this study, considering the factors that affects sediment trapping efficiency of Vegetative Filter Strips (VFS), the scenarios were designed to develop a regression equation to estimate sediment trapping efficiency of VFS for agricultural fields in South-Korea. For this, general conditions of agricultural fields in South-Korea were investigated. Then, based on these results, total 53,460 scenarios were set and simulated by Vegetative Filter Strip MODel (VFSMOD-w). Two variables were determined from the results of 53,460 scenarios. These two variables were applied to CurveExpert for development of a equation, which can estimate sediment trapping efficiency of VFS. The equation developed in this study can be used in SWAT model for estimation of sediment reduction efficiency of VFS to upland field in Korea. Moreover, it is expected that VFS will be effectively applied to agricultural fields in South-Korea.
 Keywords
Sediment;Sediment reduction;SWAT;Vegetative filter strips;VFSMOD-w;
 Language
Korean
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