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Pedro Avellaneda

Indiana University at Bloomington | Researcher

Subject Areas: Hydrology

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SWAT model for the Boyne River, located in northern Michigan, USA. The model uses citizen science data from CrowdHydrology <http://www.crowdhydrology.com/>. The model was calibrated using the following stations: MI1023. MI1024, MI1025, MI1026, for streamflow, and MI2023. MI2024, MI2025, MI2026, for stream temperature. The SWAT model was built using ArcSWAT Version 2012.10_4.19. The compressed file <swatboyne.zip> is a collection of text files that represent the SWAT model (swatboyne\Scenarios\Default\TxtInOut).

We acknowledge the Friends of the Boyne River <https://boyneriver.org/> and Michigan Trout Unlimited <http://www.michigantu.org/> for their role in community engagement, support during field visits, and maintenance of the CrowdHydrology network. The authors gratefully acknowledge the active participation of citizens near the Boyne River.

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SWAT model of the West Creek watershed, located in Ohio, USA.

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ABSTRACT:

SWAT model for the Boyne River, located in northern Michigan, USA. The model uses citizen science data from CrowdHydrology <http://www.crowdhydrology.com/>. The model was calibrated using the following stations: MI1023. MI124, MI1025, MI1026. The SWAT model was built using ArcSWAT Version 2012.10_4.19.

We acknowledge the Friends of the Boyne River <https://boyneriver.org/> and Michigan Trout Unlimited <http://www.michigantu.org/> for their role in community engagement, support during field visits, and maintenance of the CrowdHydrology network. The authors gratefully acknowledge the active participation of citizens near the Boyne River.

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SWAT Model Instance Resource SWAT Model Instance Resource
Boyne River computational model
Created: Sept. 4, 2019, 9:01 p.m.
Authors: Avellaneda, Pedro · Darren Ficklin · Christopher Lowry · Jason Knouft · Damon Hall

ABSTRACT:

SWAT model for the Boyne River, located in northern Michigan, USA. The model uses citizen science data from CrowdHydrology <http://www.crowdhydrology.com/>. The model was calibrated using the following stations: MI1023. MI124, MI1025, MI1026. The SWAT model was built using ArcSWAT Version 2012.10_4.19.

We acknowledge the Friends of the Boyne River <https://boyneriver.org/> and Michigan Trout Unlimited <http://www.michigantu.org/> for their role in community engagement, support during field visits, and maintenance of the CrowdHydrology network. The authors gratefully acknowledge the active participation of citizens near the Boyne River.

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West Creek computational model
Created: Sept. 23, 2019, 2:41 a.m.
Authors: Avellaneda, Pedro · Anne Jefferson

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SWAT model of the West Creek watershed, located in Ohio, USA.

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Improving hydrological models with the assimilation of data collected by citizens
Created: Jan. 9, 2020, 7:30 p.m.
Authors: Avellaneda, Pedro · Darren Ficklin · Christopher Lowry · Jason Knouft · Damon Hall

ABSTRACT:

SWAT model for the Boyne River, located in northern Michigan, USA. The model uses citizen science data from CrowdHydrology <http://www.crowdhydrology.com/>. The model was calibrated using the following stations: MI1023. MI1024, MI1025, MI1026, for streamflow, and MI2023. MI2024, MI2025, MI2026, for stream temperature. The SWAT model was built using ArcSWAT Version 2012.10_4.19. The compressed file <swatboyne.zip> is a collection of text files that represent the SWAT model (swatboyne\Scenarios\Default\TxtInOut).

We acknowledge the Friends of the Boyne River <https://boyneriver.org/> and Michigan Trout Unlimited <http://www.michigantu.org/> for their role in community engagement, support during field visits, and maintenance of the CrowdHydrology network. The authors gratefully acknowledge the active participation of citizens near the Boyne River.

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