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Colorado Front Range flow presence maps


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Abstract

This dataset includes geospatial data for three Colorado Front Range catchments: Mill Creek, Skin Gulch, and Gordon Gulch. In each catchment the extent of surface flow in the channel network was mapped twice in the field during summer 2016. These field maps of flow presence are included as polyline shapefiles in the dataset. Additional supporting data for each catchment are included for further analysis. These supporting data are watershed boundaries, flowlines from the National Hydrography Dataset High Resolution, digitized geologic maps, and 1 m resolution digital elevation models.

Flow presence maps: Polyline shapefiles named as Catchment_flow_mmddyy. Original source: Martin (2018)

Watershed boundaries: Polygon shapefiles named as Catchment_boundary. Original source: Martin (2018)

National Hydrography Dataset High Resolution: Polyline shapefiles named as Catchment_NHD. Original source USGS (2018)

Digitzed geologic maps: Polygon shapefiles of lithology named as Catchment_geology and polyline shapefiles of faults named as Catchment_structures. Original source: Abbott (1976) and Braddock et al. (1988) for Skin Gulch; Braddock et al. (1989) for Mill Creek; Gable (1980) for Gordon Gulch

Digital elevation models: .tif files named as Catchment_dem with units in meters. Original source: National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) 2013 1 m LiDAR

Subject Keywords

Coverage

Spatial

Coordinate System/Geographic Projection:
WGS 84 EPSG:4326
Coordinate Units:
Decimal degrees
Place/Area Name:
Colorado Front Range
North Latitude
40.7245°
East Longitude
-105.1566°
South Latitude
39.9878°
West Longitude
-105.5082°

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Related Resources

The content of this resource is derived from USGS NHDPlusHR (2018). USGS National Hydrography Dataset Plus High Resolution (NHDPlus HR) for 4-digit Hydrologic Unit - 1019 (published 20180501), https://www.sciencebase.gov/catalog/item/5d30c27fe4b01d82ce84a9bd
The content of this resource is derived from Braddock, W.A., Abbott, J.T., Connor, J.J., and Swann, G.A., 1988, Geologic map of the Poudre Park quadrangle, Larimer County, Colorado: U.S. Geological Survey, Geologic Quadrangle Map GQ-1620, scale 1:24,000
The content of this resource is derived from Braddock, W.A., Calvert, R.H., O'Connor, J.T., and Swann, G.A., 1989, Geologic map of the Horsetooth Reservoir quadrangle, Larimer County, Colorado: U.S. Geological Survey, Geologic Quadrangle Map GQ-1625, scale 1:24,000
The content of this resource is derived from Martin, C. (2018). Spatial and Temporal Variability in Channel Surface Flow across an Elevation Gradient on the Colorado Front Range. M.S. Thesis, Colorado State University. https://search.proquest.com/docview/2056487987?pq-origsite=primo
The content of this resource is derived from Abbott, J.T., 1976, Geologic map of the Big Narrows quadrangle, Larimer County, Colorado: U.S. Geological Survey, Geologic Quadrangle Map GQ-1323, scale 1:24,000
The content of this resource is derived from Gable, D.J., 1980, Geologic map of the Gold Hill quadrangle, Boulder County, Colorado: U.S. Geological Survey, Geologic Quadrangle Map GQ-1525, scale 1:24,000

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Martin, C., S. Kampf, J. Hammond (2020). Colorado Front Range flow presence maps, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/4f813a9eeedb494ba8e37a1b8ff58d32

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