This paper describes the calibration and validation of the groundwater loading effects of agricultural management systems model (GLEAMS) (Knisel 1993) for cropping in Canterbury.
What does GLEAMS stand for?
GLEAMS stands for Groundwater Loading Effects of Agricultural Management Systems
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Groundwater Loading Effects of Agricultural Management Systems (GLEAMS) was developed in 1984 to simulate edge-of-field and bottom-of-root-zone 1oadings of water, sediment, pesticides and plant nutrients from complex climate soil management interactions.