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SSHCZO -- Streamflow / Discharge -- Discharge Reanalysis -- Shale Hills -- (2008-2015)


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Abstract

Flux-PIHM (Shi and Davis, 2013) was applied in August 2015 to reanalysis discharge in Shale Hills catchment. Flux-PIHM is a fully coupled land surface hydrologic model, which can be used to reproduce discharge, groundwater level, soil water content in different soil layers, snow depth, evapotranspiration, etc. This file present estimation of discharge and related hydrologic processes from Jan 2008 to Aug 2015 based on national databases and local measurement, in order to provide a continuous discharge estimation and to be a supplement of data in the case of data missing from field measurements.

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Spatial

Coordinate System/Geographic Projection:
WGS 84 EPSG:4326
Coordinate Units:
Decimal degrees
Place/Area Name:
Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory, Shale Hills
North Latitude
40.6659°
East Longitude
-77.9010°
South Latitude
40.6637°
West Longitude
-77.9075°

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SSHCZO -- Streamflow / Discharge -- Discharge Reanalysis -- Shale Hills -- (2008-2015)


OVERVIEW

Description/Abstract

Flux-PIHM (Shi and Davis, 2013) was applied in August 2015 to reanalysis discharge in Shale Hills catchment. Flux-PIHM is a fully coupled land surface hydrologic model, which can be used to reproduce discharge, groundwater level, soil water content in different soil layers, snow depth, evapotranspiration, etc. This file present estimation of discharge and related hydrologic processes from Jan 2008 to Aug 2015 based on national databases and local measurement, in order to provide a continuous discharge estimation and to be a supplement of data in the case of data missing from field measurements.

Creator/Author

Shi, Yuning|Xiao, Dacheng

CZOs

Shale Hills

Contact

Dacheng Xiao, PhD Student, 228 Hosler Building, University Park,, 814-777-6006, dzx102@psu.edu Yuning Shi, Research Associate, 206 Forest Resources Building, University Park, yshi@psu.edu

Subtitle

Level 4 - Knowledge Products




SUBJECTS

Disciplines

Hydrology|Modeling / Computational Science

Topics

Streamflow / Discharge

Subtopic

Discharge Reanalysis

Keywords

Discharge|Flux-PIHM|Hydrology reanalysis

Variables

Discharge (m/day)|Precipitation (m/day)|Groundwater Level (spatial average; m)|Evapotranspiration (spatial average; m/day)|Soil Moisture (spatial average in top 10 cm; m^3/m^3)|Snow Depth (spatial average; m)

Variables ODM2

Discharge|Evapotranspiration|Water depth|Precipitation|Snow depth|Volumetric water content




TEMPORAL

Date Start

2008-01-01

Date End

2015-08-01




SPATIAL

Field Areas

Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory

Location

Shale Hills

North latitude

40.6659

South latitude

40.6637

West longitude

-77.9075

East longitude

-77.901




REFERENCE

Citation

The following acknowledgment should accompany any publication or citation of these data: Logistical support and/or data were provided by the NSF-supported Shale Hills Susquehanna Critical Zone Observatory.

CZO ID

4610




COMMENTS

Comments

Model: Flux-PIHM;

Soil, and Bedrock Data: Field campaign in 2003(Lin et al. 2006; Lin 2006); Soil Survey Geographic;

Vegetation type: National Land Cover Database;

Surface Elevation: USGS NED;

Forcing data: NLDAS, SURFRAD, MODIS (Corrected by local flux tower data):

DATA/SOURCE:

Precip/NLDAS

TMP/SURFRAD (Corrected by Local Flux Tower data; For missing Data, use NLDAS)

RH/SURFRAD (Corrected by Local Flux Tower data; For missing Data, use NLDAS)

SOLAR/SURFRAD (For missing Data, use NLDAS)

LONGWV/SURFRAD (For missing Data, use NLDAS)

PRES/SURFRAD (Corrected by Local Flux Tower data; For missing Data, use NLDAS)

LAI/MODIS

Corrected using: V_Corrected=V_SURFRAD*mean2010(V_FluxTower)/mean2010(V_SURFRAD)

Discharge units in reanalysis are often compared with precipitation and evapotranspiration, so it was expressed in m/day. It can be transformed to m^3/s by multiplying total area of sh (84710m^2) and being divided by 86400 (s/day):

Q = q(m/day)84710/86400 (m^3/s) = q(m/day)84710 (m^3/day), where q is the value in reanalysis results.

Additional Metadata

Name Value
czos Shale Hills
czo_id 4610
citation The following acknowledgment should accompany any publication or citation of these data: Logistical support and/or data were provided by the NSF-supported Shale Hills Susquehanna Critical Zone Observatory.
comments Model: Flux-PIHM; Soil, and Bedrock Data: Field campaign in 2003(Lin et al. 2006; Lin 2006); Soil Survey Geographic; Vegetation type: National Land Cover Database; Surface Elevation: USGS NED; Forcing data: NLDAS, SURFRAD, MODIS (Corrected by local flux tower data): DATA/SOURCE: Precip/NLDAS TMP/SURFRAD (Corrected by Local Flux Tower data; For missing Data, use NLDAS) RH/SURFRAD (Corrected by Local Flux Tower data; For missing Data, use NLDAS) SOLAR/SURFRAD (For missing Data, use NLDAS) LONGWV/SURFRAD (For missing Data, use NLDAS) PRES/SURFRAD (Corrected by Local Flux Tower data; For missing Data, use NLDAS) LAI/MODIS Corrected using: V_Corrected=V_SURFRAD*mean2010(V_FluxTower)/mean2010(V_SURFRAD) Discharge units in reanalysis are often compared with precipitation and evapotranspiration, so it was expressed in m/day. It can be transformed to m^3/s by multiplying total area of sh (84710m^2) and being divided by 86400 (s/day): Q = q(m/day)*84710/86400 (m^3/s) = q(m/day)*84710 (m^3/day), where q is the value in reanalysis results.
keywords Discharge, Flux-PIHM, Hydrology reanalysis
subtitle Level 4 - Knowledge Products
variables Discharge (m/day), Precipitation (m/day), Groundwater Level (spatial average; m), Evapotranspiration (spatial average; m/day), Soil Moisture (spatial average in top 10 cm; m^3/m^3), Snow Depth (spatial average; m)
disciplines Hydrology, Modeling / Computational Science

How to Cite

Shi, Y., D. Xiao (2019). SSHCZO -- Streamflow / Discharge -- Discharge Reanalysis -- Shale Hills -- (2008-2015), HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/7f9c036b7d804eb3a50bdd60d01bf92a

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