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The INtegrated CAtchment model of phosphorus dynamics (INCA-P): Description and demonstration of new model structure and equations

L.A. Jackson-Blake, A.J. Wade, M.N. Futter, D. Butterfield, R.-M. Couture, B.A. Cox, J. Crossman, P. Ekholm, S.J. Halliday, L. Jin, D.S.L. Lawrence, A. Lepistö (+3 others)
2016 Environmental Modelling & Software  
The INtegrated CAtchment model of phosphorus dynamics (INCA-P): Description and demonstration of new model structure and equations. Environmental Modelling and Software, 83, 356-386.  ...  Abstract INCA-P is a dynamic, catchment-scale phosphorus model which has been widely applied during the last decade.  ...  Acknowledgements Many people have contributed to model development over the years. These include I. Bärlund, P. Durand, K.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.envsoft.2016.05.022 fatcat:r6s6posprzakneiepaoby2xhxm

Are our dynamic water quality models too complex? A comparison of a new parsimonious phosphorus model, SimplyP, and INCA-P

L. A. Jackson-Blake, J. E. Sample, A. J. Wade, R. C. Helliwell, R. A. Skeffington
2017 Water Resources Research  
A comparison of a new parsimonious phosphorus model, SimplyP, and INCA-P, Water Resour.  ...  The model's complexity was compared to one popular nutrient model, INCA-P, and the performance of the two models was compared in a small rural catchment in northeast Scotland.  ...  To do this, a new simple catchment phosphorus model was developed, SimplyP, and model structure and performance were compared to INCA-P.  ... 
doi:10.1002/2016wr020132 fatcat:57ifjkpwgjed3ilovlg5bhkyuq

Eutrophication control in river-systems: an application of INCA-P to the River Lugg

A. J. Wade, D. Butterfield, T. Griffiths, P. G. Whitehead
2007 Hydrology and Earth System Sciences  
The Integrated Catchments model of Phosphorus dynamics (INCA-P) was applied to the River Lugg to determine the key factors controlling delivery of phosphorus to the main channel and to quantify the relative  ...  The model set-up and simulations are used to identify the key source-areas of P in the catchment, the P contribution of the Lugg to the River Wye during years with contrasting precipitation inputs, and  ...  Acknowledgements This research was funded by the Environment Agency Science Project P2-137.  ... 
doi:10.5194/hess-11-584-2007 fatcat:buk52qiwlzgphfozxkq2rosa2q

Distributed and dynamic modelling of hydrology, phosphorus and ecology in the Hampshire Avon and Blashford Lakes: Evaluating alternative strategies to meet WFD standards

P.G. Whitehead, L. Jin, J. Crossman, S. Comber, P.J. Johnes, P. Daldorph, N. Flynn, A.L. Collins, D. Butterfield, R. Mistry, R. Bardon, L. Pope (+1 others)
2014 Science of the Total Environment  
A multibranch, process based, dynamic water quality model (INCA-P) has been applied to the whole river system to simulate water fluxes, total phosphorus (TP) and soluble reactive phosphorus (SRP) concentrations  ...  Blashford Lakes are explored using a catchment model of the river system.  ...  We are also very grateful to the DEFRA, EA and Wessex Water for providing land use, flow and water quality data. Thanks also to Nicola Flynn, for the collection and analysis of the macrophyte samples.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2014.02.007 pmid:24594744 fatcat:5kyidb2kjngojbnvzjd2cwbeam

Modelling phosphorus loading and algal blooms in a Nordic agricultural catchment-lake system under changing land-use and climate

Raoul-Marie Couture, Koji Tominaga, Jostein Starrfelt, S. Jannicke Moe, Øyvind Kaste, Richard F. Wright
2014 Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts  
A network of process-based mass-balance models for phosphorus dynamics in catchments and lakes provides a new approach to simulate the effect of land-use and climate change on water quality.  ...  Solheim (NIVA) for their assistance with GIS, hydrological modelling, retrieval of observation data and for discussions on the scenarios, respectively.  ...  by Eutropia (Research Council of Norway no. 190028/S30) at the University of Oslo.  ... 
doi:10.1039/c3em00630a pmid:24622900 fatcat:rwvap2xd2zhrvgvgg4qi354kt4

A transdisciplinary approach to the economic analysis of the European Water Framework Directive

Julia Martin-Ortega, Angel Perni, Leah Jackson-Blake, Bedru B. Balana, Annie Mckee, Sarah Dunn, Rachel Helliwell, Demetris Psaltopoulos, Dimitris Skuras, Susan Cooksley, Bill Slee
2015 Ecological Economics  
The 11 aims were to: (1) develop a set of steps for implementing this transdisciplinary approach, and 12 (2) critically reflect on the challenges of integrating different strands of knowledge to the 13  ...  Here, natural and socio-economic scientists worked together in an 10 integrated approach 'ground-tested' through local stakeholders' knowledge and views.  ...  The Integrated Catchments model of 16 Phosphorus dynamics (INCA-P): a new approach for multiple source assessment in 17 heterogeneous river systems: model structure and equations.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ecolecon.2015.03.026 fatcat:2xu73qqntnhn3lorwjnf6agw4i

Flow pathways and nutrient transport mechanisms drive hydrochemical sensitivity to climate change across catchments with different geology and topography

J. Crossman, M. N. Futter, P. G. Whitehead, E. Stainsby, H. M. Baulch, L. Jin, S. K. Oni, R. L. Wilby, P. J. Dillon
2014 Hydrology and Earth System Sciences  
Using the INtegrated CAtchment model of Phosphorus dynamics (INCA-P), we quantified potential hydrochemical responses in four neighbouring catchments (with similar land use but varying topographic and  ...  These results suggest that the clay content of soils could be a good indicator of the sensitivity of catchments to climatic input, and reinforces calls for catchment-specific management plans.</p>  ...  Finally, thanks to Dave Woods and Eavan O'Connor, for collection of water quality and flow monitoring data in the Lake Simcoe catchments.  ... 
doi:10.5194/hess-18-5125-2014 fatcat:5knvou44mffrtfivnop2hwg6ce

Flow pathways and nutrient transport mechanisms drive hydrochemical sensitivity to climate change across catchments with different geology and topography

J. Crossman, M. N. Futter, P. G. Whitehead, E. Stainsby, H. M. Baulch, L. Jin, S. K. Oni, R. L. Wilby, P. J. Dillon
2014 Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussions  
Using the Integrated Catchment Model of Phosphorus Dynamics (INCA-P), we quantified potential hydrochemical responses in four neighbouring catchments (with similar land use but varying topographic and  ...  These results suggest that the clay content of soils could be a good indicator of the sensitivity of catchments to climatic input, and reinforces calls for catchment-specific management plans.  ...  Finally, thanks to Dave Woods and Eavan O'Connor, for collection of water quality and flow monitoring data in the Lake Simcoe catchments.  ... 
doi:10.5194/hessd-11-8067-2014 fatcat:ykkcjwbxeveafax7evtnwrwphm

Assessing nitrogen dynamics in European ecosystems, integrating measurement and modelling: conclusions

A. J. Wade, C. Neal, D. Butterfield, M. N. Futter
2004 Hydrology and Earth System Sciences  
This contribution closes this special issue of Hydrology and Earth System Sciences concerning the assessment of nitrogen dynamics in catchments across Europe within a semi-distributed Integrated Nitrogen  ...  The ability of the INCA model to simulate the hydrological and nitrogen dynamics of different European ecosystems is assessed and the results of the first scenario analyses investigating the impacts of  ...  Currently, this suite includes the original nitrogen version (INCA-N), and new models which simulate phosphorus (INCA-P, Wade et al., 2002d) , sediment, tritium and conservative pollutant dynamics in  ... 
doi:10.5194/hess-8-846-2004 fatcat:r3mgg4lowjexlj6ijbrkvmromi

INCA : summary and conclusions

C. Neal, P. G. Whitehead, N. Flynn
2002 Hydrology and Earth System Sciences  
This contribution brings to a close a special issue of Hydrology and Earth System Sciences concerning the assessment of nitrogen dynamics in catchments across Europe within a semi-distributed Integrated  ...  The wide range of issues involved in relation to hydrology and within-catchment processes, scale (from small catchments to major river basins), climate (from sub-arctic to Mediterranean regimes) and pollution  ...  Acknowledgements The authors and the participants of the INCA project are very grateful to Drs Hartmut Barth and Andrea Tilche for providing support under the EU research programme "Integrated Nitrogen  ... 
doi:10.5194/hess-6-607-2002 fatcat:lkmlmevrnjfejnd64uevv2ybzu

Modelling of Nutrient Pollution Dynamics in River Basins: A Review with a Perspective of a Distributed Modelling Approach

Md Jahangir Alam, Dushmanta Dutta
2021 Geosciences  
The potential benefits of distributed modelling approach have been elaborated with highlights of a newly developed distributed model and its application in catchments in Japan and Australia.  ...  The article has categorically divided models into plot scale to basin-wide applications for evaluation and discussed the pros and cons of conceptual and process-based modelling.  ...  The Integrated Catchment Model of Phosphorus Dynamics (INCA-P) is a similar type of model for P simulation and has a very complex and detailed description of P processes [84, 85] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/geosciences11090369 fatcat:z4mdbt4ozvharm5wt557j2swri

At Home with Sustainability: From Green Default Rules to Sustainable Consumption

Lara Anne Hale
2018 Sustainability  
Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ...  However, the views expressed, and information contained in it are not necessarily those of or endorsed by FCDO, which can accept no responsibility for such views or information or for any reliance placed  ...  In this study, the INCA-N 1.0.15 (INCA nitrogen) and INCA-P 1.4.11 (INCA phosphorus) versions were used. The model structure is described in detail in [24, 25] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/su10010249 fatcat:xh5m3gdkfrezzfqw3o4lt4rqka

Towards a hydroinformatics framework to aid decision-making for catchment management

C. J. M. Hewett, A. Doyle, P. F. Quinn
2010 Journal of Hydroinformatics  
The use of conceptual models to aid communication is discussed and two attempts to apply the framework from projects in the UK and the Western Balkans are presented.  ...  The place of hydroinformatics tools such as models, GIS and flow visualization software is discussed and a number of specific tools are presented including a novel decision support tool: the Decision Support  ...  The phosphorus version of INCA (INCA-P) was extensively modified in the course of SEAL with the incorporation of key processes in the catchment including adsorption and desorption onto sediments, immobilisation  ... 
doi:10.2166/hydro.2009.022 fatcat:dx4umyfzyjczph2ms6qsscqf7m

Modelling and monitoring nutrient pollution at the large catchment scale: the implications of sampling regimes on model performance

R. Adams, P. F. Quinn, M. J. Bowes
2013 Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussions  
Thus the implications of new sampling frequency and model structure can be addressed and the implication to catchment management is discussed.  ...  Cumulative distributions of observed and simulated fluxes – as an effective means of communicating the catchment dynamics in larger catchments.</p>  ...  The collection of both the long term and high resolution nutrient datasets was funded by the Natural Environment Research Council.  ... 
doi:10.5194/hessd-10-10161-2013 fatcat:lxsgjf7j6nbodbn4ay6mdx4lda

State of the art in modelling of phosphorus in aquatic systems: Review, criticisms and commentary

Barbara J. Robson
2014 Environmental Modelling & Software  
Although the focus is on phosphorus, many of the observations and discussion points here relate to aquatic ecosystem models in general.  ...  This systematic review considers how water quality and aquatic ecology models represent the phosphorus cycle.  ...  Phillip Ford for assistance in development of Fig. 5 and to Dr Mark Baird for comments on a draft. The comments and suggestions of the three anonymous reviewers was also particularly helpful.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.envsoft.2014.01.012 fatcat:fdiptw55k5gwvnnbonhljzxo4y
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