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This resource contains "RouteLink" files for version 2.1.6 of the National Water Model which are used to associate feature identifiers for computational reaches to relevant metadata. These data are important for comparing NWM feature data to USGS streamflow and lake observations. The original RouteLink files are in NetCDF format and available here: https://www.nco.ncep.noaa.gov/pmb/codes/nwprod
This resource includes the files in a human-friendlier CSV format for easier use, and a machine-friendlier file in HDF5 format which contains a single pandas.DataFrame. The scripts and supporting utilities are also included for users that wish to rebuild these files. Source code is hosted here: https://github.com/jarq6c/NWM_RouteLinks
Utilities used to extract metadata that links National Water Model (NWM) feature identifiers to United States Geological Survey (USGS) site codes.
make in this directory will build the required Python environment, retrieve raw NetCDF Routelink files from NCEP and convert them to CSV. This creates two new directories:
netcdf which will contain the raw NetCDF files and
csv which will contain a CSV equivalent to each file in
netcdf. You can view a list of the file URLs retrieved in
files.txt. Actual Python code is in
scripts. The default
make target will generate a
RouteLinks.tar.gz which contains all the csv files and a
RouteLink.h5 that contains all the data in a
make clean will remove the intermediate files. Running
make all-clean will remove the final files and the intermediate files.
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|Regina, J. A., A. Raney (2021). National Water Model RouteLinks CSV, HydroShare, https://doi.org/10.4211/hs.7ce5f87bc1904d0c8f297389be5fa169
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|Regina, J. A., A. Raney (2023). National Water Model RouteLinks CSV, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/b5f58460941c49578e311adb9823657a
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