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Inputs for Random Forest model (pluvial and tidal events)

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The tabular input and output data and script for the Random Forest surrogate model built for real-time street flood prediction in Norfolk, VA, USA. The Random Forest surrogate model approximates water depth on streets during pluvial and tidal flood events generated by a 1-D pipe/2-D overland flow hydrodynamic model TUFLOW. The model inputs are topographic features: topographic wetness index, depth to water and elevation, and environmental features such as hourly rainfall, cumulative rainfall in previous hours, hourly tide level, etc. The model's output is hourly water depth on streets during flood events generated by the TUFLOW model.

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WGS 84 EPSG:4326
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Norfolk, VA
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Zahura, F. (2021). Inputs for Random Forest model (pluvial and tidal events), HydroShare,

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