Weser River Basin: nitrogen sources, simulated discharge and simulated nitrogen fluxes


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Abstract

This resource includes, for eight subcatchments of the Weser River Basin:
- stream discharge simulated by the mesoscale Hydrologic Model (mHM) model, which was used in Sarrazin et al. (submitted)
- input data to force the ELEMeNT model (land use, Nitrogen diffuse and point sources), which were processed and used in Sarrazin et al. (submitted)
- nitrogen fluxes simulated by the Exploration of Long-tErM Nutrient Trajectories (ELEMeNT) model, which were generated in Sarrazin et al. (submitted)

The mHM model was introduced in Kumar et al. (2013) and Samaniego et al. (2010) and the specific setup used here are described in Hanel et al. (2018) and Zink et al. (2017).
The ELEMeNT model was introduced in Van Meter et al. (2017) and the model version and setup used here are described in Sarrazin et al. (submitted).

References:
Hanel, M., Rakovec, O., Markonis, Y., Máca, P., Samaniego, L., Kyselý, J., & Kumar, R. (2018). Revisiting the recent European droughts from a long-term perspective. Scientific Reports, 8, 9499. doi: 10.1038/s41598-018-27464-4
Kumar, R., Samaniego, L., & Attinger, S. (2013). Implications of distributed hydrologic model parameterization on water fluxes at multiple scales and locations. Water Resources Research, 49(1), 360-379. doi: 10.1029/2012WR012195
Samaniego, L., Kumar, R., & Attinger, S. (2010). Multiscale parameter regionalization of a grid-based hydrologic model at the mesoscale. Water Resources Research,46(5), W05523. doi: 10.1029/2008WR007327
Sarrazin, F., Kumar, R., Basu, N., Musolff, A., Weber, M., Van Meter, K., Attinger, S. Characterizing Catchment Scale Nitrogen Legacies and Constraining their Uncertainties. Submitted to: Water Resources Research.
Van Meter, K. J., Basu, N. B., & Van Cappellen, P. (2017). Two centuries of nitrogen dynamics: Legacy sources and sinks in the Mississippi and Susquehanna River Basins. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 31(1), 2-23. doi: 10.1002/2016GB005498
Zink, M., Kumar, R., Cuntz, M., & Samaniego, L. (2017). A high-resolution dataset of water fluxes and states for Germany accounting for parametric uncertainty. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 21(3), 1769–1790. doi: 10.5194/hess-21-1769-2017

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Spatial

Coordinate System/Geographic Projection:
WGS 84 EPSG:4326
Coordinate Units:
Decimal degrees
Place/Area Name:
Weser River Basin
North Latitude
53.1100°
East Longitude
11.2600°
South Latitude
50.3600°
West Longitude
8.0600°

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Derived From: The content of this resource serves as the data for: Sarrazin, F., Kumar, R., Basu, N., Musolff, A., Weber, M., Van Meter, K., Attinger, S. Characterizing Catchment Scale Nitrogen Legacies and Constraining their Uncertainties. Submitted to: Water Resources Research.

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Sarrazin, F., R. Kumar (2021). Weser River Basin: nitrogen sources, simulated discharge and simulated nitrogen fluxes, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/8779a09b9f204172931a641dd27d00c4

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