Applying Multiple Models to Inform Watershed Management and Land Use Planning in a Coastal Community

Applying Multiple Models to Inform Watershed Management and Land Use Planning in a Coastal Community

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Boomer, K., Li, X., Weller, D., Kalin,L. 2011. Applying Multiple Models to Inform Watershed Management and Land Use Planning in a Coastal Community: A Final Report Submitted to The NOAA/UNH Cooperative Institute for Coastal and Estuarine Environmental Technology (CICEET). Smithsonian Environmental Research Institute, Edgewater, MD.
coastal, development, impacts, nutrients, surface water
A model approach was used in Queenstown, MD to compare impacts from alternative future growth scenarios. The model set included a nutrient assessment spreadsheet developed by Maryland for municipal land planners (MDP) and three watershed simulation models. Changes in predicted flow, total nitrogen, and total phosphorus associated with four land use and land cover configurations and two climate scenarios were compared.

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