Key References


Renschler, C.S. (2003) Designing geo-spatial interfaces to scale process models: The GeoWEPP approach. Hydrological Processes 17, p.1005-1017.

Renschler, C.S., & Zhang, H. (2020). Long-term, process-based, continuous simulations for a cluster of six smaller, nested rangeland watersheds near Tombstone, AZ (USA): Establishing a baseline for event-based runoff and sediment yields. Science of the Total Environment Vol. 717, 137089. 

Zhang, H., Renschler, C.S., Nichols, M.H. & Nearing, M.A. (2021). Long-term, process-based, continuous simulations for a small, nested rangeland watershed near Tombstone, AZ (USA): Extending model validity to include soil redistribution. Science of the Total Environment. 148403.

GeoWEPP Applications:

Luetzenburg, G., Bittner, M.J., Calsamiglia, A., Renschler, C.S., Estrany, J., & Poeppl, R. (2020). Climate and land use change effects on soil erosion in two small agricultural catchment systems; Fugnitz-Austria, Can Revull-Spain. Science of the Total Environment, Vol. 704, 135389, 15.

Poeppl, R., Dilly, L., Haselberger, S., Renschler, C.S., & Baartman, J. (2019). Combining soil erosion modelling with connectivity analyses to assess lateral fine sediment input into agricultural streams. Water 11(9), 1793, 20 p.

Nigus, D.M., Renschler, C.S., Flagler, J., Bayu, W., and Klik, A. (2018). Assessing the impact of soil and water conservation structures on runoff and erosion processes through measurements and modeling in the Northern Ethiopian Highlands. Catena 169: 140-150.

Fulajtar, E., Mabit, L., Renschler, C. S., and Lee Zhi Yi, A. (2017). Use of 137Cs for soil erosion assessment. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) & International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) of the United Nations, Vienna. 76 p. ISBN 978-92-5-130050-3

Flanagan, D.C., J.R. Frankenberger, T.A. Cochrane, C.S., Renschler, and W.J. Elliot (2013) Geospatial Application of the Water Erosion Prediction Project (WEPP) Model. Transactions of the ASABE 56(2), 591-601

Renschler, C.S., and D.C. Flanagan (2008) Site-Specific Decision-Making Based on GPS RTK Survey and Six Alternative Elevation Data Sources: Soil Erosion Prediction. Transactions of the ASABE 51(2):413-424. [2009 ASABE Superior Paper Award]

Renschler, C.S., and Lee, T. (2005) Spatially distributed Assessment of Short- and Long-term Impacts of Multiple Best Management Practices in Agricultural Watersheds. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 60(6):446-456.

Renschler, C.S., Flanagan, D.C., Engel, B.A., Kramer, L.A., and Sudduth, K.A. (2002) Site-Specific Decision-Making Based on GPS RTK Survey and Six Alternative Elevation Data Sources: Watershed Topography and Delineation. Transactions of the ASAE 45(6):1883-1895.

Renschler, C.S., and J. Harbor (2002) Soil erosion assessment tools from point to regional scales – The role of geomorphologists in land management research and implementation. Geomorphology 47, p.189-209.


Laflen, J.M., L.J. Lane, and G.R. Foster. 1991. WEPP—a next generation of erosion prediction technology. Journal of Soil Water Conservation 46(1): 34–38.

Flanagan, D.C., and M.A. Nearing (eds.). 1995. USDA-Water Erosion Prediction Project (WEPP) Hillslope Profile and Watershed Model Documentation. NSERL Report No. 10, National Soil Erosion Research Laboratory, USDA-Agricultural Research Service, West Lafayette, Indiana.