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The Importance of Incorporating Diurnally Fluctuating Stream Discharge in Stream Temperature Energy Balance Models


Authors: Emily Baker · Laura Lautz · Christa Kelleher · Jeffrey McKenzie
Owners: Emily Baker
Resource type:Model Instance Resource
Created:Mar 07, 2018 at 5:10 p.m.
Last updated: May 22, 2018 at 10:40 p.m. by Emily Baker

Abstract

HFLUX input data used to run the diurnally fluctuating streamflow base case model discussed in Baker et al. (2018), "The Importance of Incorporating Diurnally Fluctuating Stream Discharge in Energy Balance Models to Determine Groundwater Inflow Rates". The HFLUX model can be downloaded from http://hydrology.syr.edu/hflux/, where additional information on the model structure and inputs is located. The 18 excel sheets include the model settings, time steps, distance steps, temperature boundary conditions in space and time, stream channel geometry, discharge data, groundwater temperatures averaged from 5 wells, weather data, average stream bed temperatures and the depth at which they were measured, sediment time, shade and cloud data, site latitude, longitude, and elevation, and the calibrated stream temperatures through space and time over a ~1.2 km reach over a ~5 day period.

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Subject Keywords

HFLUX,stream temperature,Quilcayhuanca,stream energy balance model,Cordillera Blanca

How to cite

Baker, E., L. Lautz, C. Kelleher, J. McKenzie (2018). The Importance of Incorporating Diurnally Fluctuating Stream Discharge in Stream Temperature Energy Balance Models, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/b96d3056d0ff488c87e6659c871cf05c

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    Coverage

    Spatial:

     Coordinate System/Geographic Projection:  WGS 84 EPSG:4326
     Coordinate Units:  Decimal degrees
    Place/Area Name: Quilcayhuanca Valley, Peru

    Longitude
    -77.3791°
    Latitude
    -9.4656°

    Temporal:

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    Authors

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    Name Organization Address Phone Author Identifiers
    Emily Baker Syracuse University
    Laura Lautz Syracuse University
    Christa Kelleher
    Jeffrey McKenzie McGill University

    Contributors

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    Name Organization Address Phone Author Identifiers
    Bryan Mark The Ohio State University
    Lauren Somers McGill University
    Model Output
    Includes output files? No

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    Credits

    This resource was created using funding from the following sources:
    Agency Name Award Title Award Number
    National Science Foundation EAR- 1316429
    National Science Foundation DGE-1449617

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