The SWAT model was used to simulate the water cycle in the ungauged basin of Aluoi, Vietnam. The model was calibrated based on daily river discharge (predicted by regionalization), monthly actual evapotranspiration and yearly crop yield.The results showed that the surface runoff is highest between September and November which resulted in extreme soil erosion and sedimentation. Best Management Practice (BMPs) reduced surface runoff and soil erosion in agricultural lands.
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