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GroMoPo Metadata for Canadian Continental Basin Model


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Abstract

The development of new, large-scale tools to evaluate water resources is critical to understanding the long-term sustainability of this resource under future land use, climate change, and population growth. In cold and humid regions it is imperative that such tools consider the hydrologic complexities associated with permafrost and groundwater-surface water (GW-SW) interactions, as these factors are recognized to have significant influence on the global water cycle. In this work we present a physics-based, three-dimensional, fully-integrated GW-SW model for Continental Canada constructed with the HydroGeoSphere simulation platform. The Canadian Continental Basin Model (CCBM) domain, which covers approximately 10.5 million km(2), is discretized using an unstructured control-volume finite element mesh that conforms to key river basin boundaries, lakes, and river networks. In order to construct the model, surficial geology maps were assembled, which were combined with near-surface information and bedrock geology into a seven-layer subsurface domain. For the large-scale demonstration, the model was used to simulate historic groundwater levels, surface water flow rates (R-2=0.85), and lake levels (R-2=0.99) across the domain, with results showing that these targets are well reproduced. To demonstrate the regional-scale utility, simulation results were used to perform a regional groundwater flow analysis for western Canada and a water balance analysis for the Laurentian Great Lakes (Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie and Ontario). The outcome of this work demonstrates that large-scale fully-integrated hydrologic modeling is possible and can be employed to quantify components of a large-scale water balance that are otherwise difficult or impossible to obtain.

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Coverage

Spatial

Coordinate System/Geographic Projection:
WGS 84 EPSG:4326
Coordinate Units:
Decimal degrees
Place/Area Name:
Canada
North Latitude
71.1511°
East Longitude
-58.5583°
South Latitude
44.0692°
West Longitude
-166.6637°

Content

Additional Metadata

Name Value
DOI 10.1080/07011784.2019.1671235
Depth 500
Scale National
Layers 6-10 layers
Purpose scientific investigation
GroMoPo_ID 43
IsVerified True
Model Code Hydrogeosphere
Model Link https://doi.org/10.1080/07011784.2019.1671235
Model Time SS
Model Year 2019
Model Authors J. Chen, E.A. Sudicky, J. H. Davison, S.K. Frey, Y.-J. Park, H.-T. Hwang, A.R. Erler, S. J. Berg, M. V. Callaghan, K. Miller, M. Ross, W.R. Peltier
Model Country Canada, United States
Data Available report/paper only;not specified
Developer Email esudicky@aquanty.com
Dominant Geology Model focuses on multiple geologic materials
Developer Country Canada
Publication Title Towards a climate-driven simulation of coupled surface-subsurface hydrology at the continental scale: a Canadian example
Original Developer No
Additional Information Model covers most of Canada (the Canadian Continental Basin Model domain), though I could not easily find a shapefile for the domain.
Integration or Coupling None of the above
Evaluation or Calibration "Hydraulic conductivity values were then manually calibrated to fit field measured lake elevation and river flow data"
Geologic Data Availability

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GroMoPo, X. Huggins (2023). GroMoPo Metadata for Canadian Continental Basin Model, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/344ac21f5afa43029f20b5deee614505

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