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Denitrification Modeling Across Terrestrial, Freshwater and Marine Systems

November 28-30, 2006
At The Institute of Ecosystem Studies, Millbrook, New York, USA

Denitrification Models

A primary goal of this workshop is to familiarize all participants with current models being used to estimate denitrification. To aid in that goal, we requested those who have worked with these models (e.g., those who responded to the case study model email) to prepare a brief summary of these models for everyone's reference. Models that will be represented by participants at the workshop include DNDC, ADAPT/SWAT, DAYCENT/CENTURY, RHESSys, DRAINMOD-NII, REMM, RivStrahler, SPARROW, SFM, and LINX.

ADAPT - Agricultural Drainage and Pesticide Transport
Gregory McIsaac [PDF]

DAYCENT
Steve Del Grosso, Bill Parton [PDF]

DNDC - DeNitrification-DeComposition [website]
Christina Tonitto, Changsheng Li [PDF]
Klaus Butterbach-Bahl [PDF]

DRAINMOD-N II - Drainage Model-N II [website]
Mohammed Youssef [PDF]

FrAMES - Framework for Aquatic Modeling of the Earth System
Wil Wollheim [PDF]

RHESSys - Regional Hydro-Ecosystem Simulation System [website]
Christina Tague [PDF]

Denitrification in the Riverstrahler Model
Marie Thouvenot, Gilles Billen, Josette Garnier [PDF]

SFM - Sediment Flux Model
Damian Brady, Dominic DiToro [PDF]

SPARROW - SPAtially Referenced Regressions On Watershed Attributes [website]
Richard Alexander [PDF]

SWAT - Soil Water Assessment Tool [website]
Gregory McIsaac [PDF]