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A tool for developing synthetic SWOT discharges based on spatial-temporal sampling and estimated discharge uncertainty
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Interactive map to view SWOT river reaches, USGS gauges, SWOT orbit, and generate, analyze synthetic SWOT data using the jupyter notebooks and data (compressed folder) in this resource.
The compressed file has following data 1. SWOT orbit folder - shapefile. The shapefile has orbit/ path of the SWOT satellite over earth. 2. SWOT_RR_USA folder - shapefile. The shapefile has only river streams that the SWOT satellite could observe. SWOT can take measuremnets only on rivers wider than 50–100 m and lakes/reservoirs with surface area exceeding 0.01–0.06 km2. 3. USGS_Guages Folder - shapefile. The shapefile has data viz. location, address, ID for gauges operated by USGS. 4. dsft3s_data1.csv - The csv file with streamflow data in units of m3/s downloaded from USGS website. This file has data starting from Jan 1 2000 and some data cleaning was performed on the raw downloaded data. The data from the shapefile could be accessed using geopandas or similar packages in python.
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