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Supporting Data for Balson et al., A machine learning approach to water quality forecasts and sensor network expansion: Case study in the Wabash River Basin, USA
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Balson & Ward
A machine learning approach to water quality forecasts and sensor network expansion: Case study in the Wabash River Basin, USA
In review at Hydrological Processes
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The data presented are tabular outputs of discharge and stream nitrogen concentrations (nitrate-as-N) for all USGS sites within the Wabash River Basin, spanning the period of simulation 1948-2007. Data were generated using Agro-IBIS and THMB, matching exactly previously published modeling results.
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