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The term "AGNPS" now refers to the system of modeling components instead of the single event AGNPS, which was discontinued in the mid's. AGricultural Non-Point Source Pollution Model (AGNPS) is a joint USDA - Agricultural Research Service (ARS) and - Natural Resources Conservation Service. ABSTRACT: A computer model to analyze nonprofit-source pollution and to prioritize potential water quality problems in rural areas is described.
Several files are needed to implement an AGNPS simulation. The main source files are shape. (soil and land maps) and ascii (Digital Elevation Model - DEM). A computer model to analyze nonpoint-source pollution and to prioritize potential water quality problems in rural areas is described. The event-based model. Non-Point Source (AGNPS) Pollution. Model Data Generator. By Michael P. Finn, Douglas J. Scheidt1, and. Gregory M. Jaromack. Open-File Report
J Environ Sci (China). ;20(5) Validation of an agricultural non-point source (AGNPS) pollution model for a catchment in the Jiulong River. What Is AGNPS. Name: Agricultural Non-Point Source Pollution Model. Developed by: USDA-ARS: North Central Soil Conservation Research Laboratory. water quality model (AGNPS) developed by the US Department of Agriculture. AGNPS model is a robust model that has been successfully applied in several. The event-based Agricultural Non-Point Source (AGNPS) pollution model is used extensively to simulate sud~ice runoff, sediment yield and nutrient transport in. 21 Aug Name: Agricultural Non-Point Source pollution model AGNPS is a single event model for a watershed no larger than several thousand.