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Here we present a geospatial dataset representing local- and regional-scale aquifer system boundaries, defined on the basis of an extensive literature review and published in GebreEgziabher et al. (2022). Nature Communications, 13, 2129, https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-022-29678-7
The database contains 440 polygons, each representing one study area analyzed in GebreEgziabher et al. (2022). The attribute table associated with the shapefile has two fields (column headings): (1) aquifer system title (Ocala Uplift sub-area of the broader Floridan Aquifer System), and (2) broader aquifer system title (e.g., the Floridan Aquifer System).
- to explore the available data via an interactive app please visit the following URL: https://ucsb.maps.arcgis.com/apps/instant/nearby/index.html?appid=2a238e4ed2434d21b3b53c861a064d8f
- to explore the 3D nature of a dozen aquifer systems please see the following storymap: https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/a91f061759e64e44af38daf6cefa4259
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Please cite these geospatial data as follows: GebreEgziabher, M., Jasechko, S., Perrone, D. (2022). Widespread and increased drilling of wells into fossil aquifers in the USA. Nature Communications. Dataset: US Aquifer Database Version 202202 "GebreEgziabher_et_al_2022_Nature_Communications_Version202202" (version code is 'yyyymm', where 'yyyy' represents the calendar year of the version (e.g., 2022) and 'mm' represents the month that the version was posted online) Authors: Merhawi GebreEgziabher (firstname.lastname@example.org), Scott Jasechko (email@example.com), Debra Perrone (firstname.lastname@example.org) Contents: - 440 features (polygons) stored as a shapefile - each feature represents one study area defined by GebreEgziabher et al. (2022) - each feature has a unique aquifer name identified in the field entitled 'Aquifer' (see attribute table) - some features are sub-areas within a broader, regional-scale aquifer system that is identified in the field entitled: 'BroaderSys' (see attribute table) This work was supported by National Science Foundation grant No. EAR-2048227 entitled "CAREER: How streamflow ages vary downstream along river courses"
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|National Science Foundation||CAREER: How streamflow ages vary downstream along river courses||EAR-2048227|
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