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Simulation of Organic Chemical Movement in Hawaii Soils with PRZM: 3. Calibration
|Title:||Simulation of Organic Chemical Movement in Hawaii Soils with PRZM: 3. Calibration|
|Issue Date:||Jul 1992|
|Publisher:||University of Hawai'i Press|
|Citation:||Loague K. 1992. Simulation of organic chemical movement in Hawaii soils with PRZM: 3. calibration. Pac Sci 46(3): 353-373.|
|Abstract:||his is the third and final part of a multipart paper reporting
testing of the EPA's Pesticide Root Zone Model (PRZM) using data from
Hawaii. PRZM is a dynamic-conceptual pesticide leaching model. In the first
and second parts of the paper results were reported for predicted pesticide
movement based upon preliminary PRZM simulations. In this part of the paper
a trial-and-error calibration of PRZM is reported for a site in Hawaii.
Performance results from the model calibration exercise are quite poor, illustrating
the need for multicriteria evaluation procedures.
|Appears in Collections:||Pacific Science Volume 46, Number 3, 1992|
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