Building on this success, the IJC is now focusing its effort on the development of a SPARROW model that will cover the Rainy-Lake of the Woods and Great Lakes basins supported by IWI funding. USGS has recently uploaded a mapper for the Great Lakes that focuses on sub-sub-watersheds on the U.S. side.
USGS Page including FAQ: http://wi.water.usgs.gov/nutrients/sparrow
For more info please contact:
Michael Laitta, email@example.com
Lizhu Wang, firstname.lastname@example.org
Wayne Jenkinson, email@example.com
Dale M. Robertson, firstname.lastname@example.org
David Saad, email@example.com
Ivana Vouk, ivana.Vouk@nrc-cnrc.gc.ca
Benoy, G., Jenkinson, R., Robertson, D., & Saad, D. (2016). Nutrient delivery to Lake Winnipeg from the Red—Assiniboine River Basin – A binational application of the SPARROW model. Canadian Water Resources Journal / Revue Canadienne Des Ressources Hydriques, 41(3), 429-447. Retrieved from https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/07011784.2016.1178601
Jenkinson, R.W., and Benoy, G.A. (2015). Red-Assiniboine Basin SPARROW Model; Development Technical Document. National Research Council of Canada. Ottawa, ON. 65pp. Retrieved from https://ijc.org/sites/default/files/IJC%20RA%20Model%20Development%20Report%202015%20FINAL.pdf
“Overview of Watershed Management.” (n.d.) Watershed Academy Web: Distance Learning Modules on Watershed Management. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Retrieved from https://cfpub.epa.gov/watertrain/pdf/modules/monitoring.pdf.