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Hydrological, biological, geomorphological, and geospatial datasets collected from the Great Plains (GP) used to develop the Beta Streamflow Duration Assessment Method (SDAM) for the GP. SDAMs are rapid, reach-scale indices or models that use physical and/or biological indicators to predict flow duration class. Three flow duration classes are used in the GP Beta SDAM: perennial, intermittent, and ephemeral. Perennial reaches have continuous surface flow and do not experience drying outside of extreme drought. Intermittent reaches have continuous surface flow for part of the year that is sustained by snowmelt and/or groundwater. Ephemeral reaches have surface flow only during and immediately following precipitation or snowmelt. These datasets are also located at the United States Environmental Protection Agency data repository at: https://doi.org/10.23719/1527943
|The content of this resource is derived from||Hammond, J. C., F. A. Saavedra, and S. K. Kampf. 2017. MODIS MOD10A2 derived snow persistence and no data index for the western U.S. Available online: https://www.hydroshare.org/resource/1c62269aa802467688d25540caf2467e/|
|The content of this resource was created by a related App or software program||https://www.epa.gov/streamflow-duration-assessment/beta-streamflow-duration-assessment-method-great-plains|
|The content of this resource is derived from||Hart, E., and K. Bell. 2015. Prism: Access Data from The Oregon State Prism Climate Project. 10.5281/zenodo.33663|
|This resource is referenced by||Eddy M., Gross, S., Fritz, K.M., Nadeau, T.-L., Topping, B., Fertik Edgerton, R., and Kelso, J. 2022. Development and Evaluation of the Beta Streamflow Duration Assessment Method for the Great Plains. Document No. EPA-840-R-22003. https://www.epa.gov/system/files/documents/2022-09/devel-eval-of-the-beta-sdam-for-the-gp.pdf|
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|Tracie-Lynn Nadeau||U.S. Environmental Protection Agency||Oregon, US|
|Ken Fritz||U.S. Environmental Protection Agency;Office of Research and Development;Center for Environmental Measurement and Modeling||Ohio, US||5135697092|
|Julie Kelso||United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Wetlands, Oceans, and Watersheds||Washington, DC 20004|
|Michelle Eddy||RTI International||Research Triangle Park, NC 27709|
|Brian J. Topping||United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Wetlands, Oceans, and Watersheds||Washington, DC 20004|
|Shannon Gross||RTI International||Fort Collins, CO 80528|
|Rachel Fertik Edgerton||United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Wetlands, Oceans, and Watersheds||Washington, DC 20004|