Data for “U.S. hydrologic design standards insufficient due to large increases in frequency of rainfall extremes” by Daniel B. Wright, Christopher D. Bosma, Tania Lopez-Cantu in Geophysical Research Letters, 2019.


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Abstract

This resource provides the derived data for the paper “U.S. hydrologic design standards insufficient due to large increases in frequency of rainfall extremes” by Daniel B. Wright, Christopher D. Bosma, Tania Lopez-Cantu, Geophysical Research Letters, 2019. The resource is provided as a .zip file, which contains a README.txt file and directories with the associated data. Please see the README.txt file within the data record, as well as the research paper for additional information. If clarification is needed on the data structure and organization, users may contact the corresponding author of the paper, i.e Dr. Daniel B. Wright (danielb.wright@wisc.edu).

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WGS 84 EPSG:4326
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Decimal degrees
Place/Area Name:
Conterminous United States
North Latitude
50.0000°
East Longitude
-50.0000°
South Latitude
20.0000°
West Longitude
-130.0000°

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Wright, D. B. (2019). Data for “U.S. hydrologic design standards insufficient due to large increases in frequency of rainfall extremes” by Daniel B. Wright, Christopher D. Bosma, Tania Lopez-Cantu in Geophysical Research Letters, 2019., HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/e993565761db45bc86a0b180f219f22a

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