Colorado River Temperature Model - Lee Ferry to Diamond Creek


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Abstract

This resource provides a dynamic river temperature model for the Colorado River in Grand Canyon. This model is described in the Water Resources Research article "Water temperature controls for regulated canyon-bound rivers" (doi: 10.1029/2020WR027566).

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Resource Level Coverage

Spatial

Coordinate System/Geographic Projection:
WGS 84 EPSG:4326
Coordinate Units:
Decimal degrees
North Latitude
37.0584°
East Longitude
-111.2706°
South Latitude
35.5533°
West Longitude
-114.4787°

Content

readme.txt

This folder contains the baseline river temperature model for Grand Canyon from Lees Ferry to Diamond Creek. The model is run using HydroCouple. See https://github.com/HydroCouple/HydroCoupleComposer/releases to obtain the latest software version. 

Note that .hcp and .hcc files contain paths to the HydroCouple software and must be changed in order to run model on a different computer

Folder: Compositions
-- HydroCouple Composition file

Folder: csh 
-- Folder containing model and input/output data for the channel solute and heat transport component
    -- model configuration file has the file type .inp
    -- model output file is netCDF (.nc)
    -- model input files are .csv

Folder: hts 
-- Folder containing model and output data for the hyporheic transient storage component
    -- model configuration file has the file type .inp
    -- model output file is netCDF (.nc)

Folder: results
-- Contains Matlab script (results.m) and functions used to evaluate the model. 
-- Function figures are written into the word doc contained within the folder
-- Function figures are also saved as .fig Matlab figure files (in the Figures folder)

Folder: rhe 
-- Folder containing model and input/output data for the radiative heat exchange component
    -- model configuration file has the file type .inp
    -- model output file is netCDF (.nc)
    -- model input files are .csv

Folder: swmm
-- Folder containing model and input/output data for the Stormwater Management Model component
    -- model configuration file has the file type .inp
    -- model input files are .dat
    -- model output files are .out and .rpt. SWMM output (flow, depth, velocity, width, etc.) 
        is also included in the csh .nc file 

Folder: TS
-- Folder containing model and input data (radiation scaling factors) for the time series provider component
    -- model configuration file has the file type .inp
    -- model input files are .csv

References

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Dynamic River Temperature Modeling in the Colorado River Basin: Data Collection and Supporting Models Bryce Mihalevich  Public &  Shareable Open Access

How to Cite

Mihalevich, B. A. (2020). Colorado River Temperature Model - Lee Ferry to Diamond Creek, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/5af02630e6d947b08177ce22f80d83fc

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