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This HydroShare resource provides the Jupyter Notebooks to evaluate data consistency in three different watersheds (different resolutions: 10, 30, and 60 m). In these procedures, we created 9 case studies using three different datasets (Original (HydroShare), GeoServer, and OPeNDAP) and three watersheds (Coweeta subbasin18, Scotts Level Branch, and Spout Run). For the evaluation of the original datasets approach which manually collected spatial datasets to represent the traditional approach, we created three HydroShare resources for each watershed. Then, we present the evaluation results of data consistency in three different watersheds (different resolutions: 10, 30, and 60 m) using Jupyter notebooks (HS-6 resource). For evaluation, we used regression plots for model output (RHESSys streamflow output).
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|(HS 1) Creating and Sharing Interoperable and Reusable Large Spatial Sample Datasets Online for Open and Reproducible Seamless Hydrological Modeling: RHESSys Use Case||Iman Maghami · Linnea Saby · Zhiyu/Drew Li · Young-Don Choi||Public & Shareable||Open Access|
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