An Internet-based decision support and educational software system, WATERSHEDSS (WATER, Soil, and Hydro-Environmental Decision Support System) was developed to assist managers of predominantly agricultural watersheds in defining water quality problems and selecting appropriate nonpoint source (NPS) pollution control measures.
The Final Project Report, Understanding The Role of Agricultural Landscape Feature Function and Position in Achieving Environmental Endpoints, was submitted in fulfillment of U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Cooperative Agreement # CR822270 by North Carolina State University. The report covers the period from October 1, 1993, through September 30, 1996, and was completed as of December 23, 1996. For a copy of the report, download and execute the file WATERSHED.EXE found in the Download section below.
|Release Date:||December 1996|
|Development Status:||General Release|
|Development Information:||None Available|
|Operating System:||MS-DOS, Win 95/98/NT|
|Development Language:||Not Applicable|
|Intended Audience:||Agricultural Watershed Managers|
|Key Words:||water, soil, hydrology, decision, education, agriculture, watershed, NPS, pollution, Internet|
|Related Web Sites:||WATERSHEDSS Exit Internet Application hosted by North Carolina State University.
Contact Dr. Deanna Osmond regarding the WATERSHEDSS system.
Contact Dr. Patrick Hunt regarding field research to evaluate wetland functions.
|File Name||File Description|
|ABSTRACT.TXT||Summary of functions, theory, and applicability.|
|README.TXT||Important installation and usage information.|
|File Type /
|File Name /
Self-extracting Zip /
|The Final Project Report, Understanding The Role of Agricultural Landscape Feature Function and Position in Achieving Environmental Endpoints in WordPerfect 6 format.|