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SWAT multi-objective calibration output

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Two model calibration strategies using the U-NSGA-III evolutionary multi-objective optimization algorithm and the Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) were implemented to improve the representation of ecologically relevant hydrologic indices in an agriculture-dominated watershed in Michigan, US. Here we provide the U-NSGA-III optimization algorithm outcomes obtained under each strategy. These outcomes include Pareto-optimal solutions and all the evaluated objective functions, model parameters, and simulations for each algorithm generation.

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WGS 84 EPSG:4326
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Honeyoey Creek - Pine Creek Watershed
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USDA Hatch project 1019654

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Hernandez-Suarez, J. S. (2021). SWAT multi-objective calibration output, HydroShare,

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