4DHydro WP5 exp 1.0 dataset wflow_sbm - Tugela River

doi: 10.4121/7305a608-bb1e-4318-8f86-24a3582361ad.v1
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doi: 10.4121/7305a608-bb1e-4318-8f86-24a3582361ad
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Albrecht Weerts; Ruben Imhoff (2024): 4DHydro WP5 exp 1.0 dataset wflow_sbm - Tugela River. Version 1. 4TU.ResearchData. dataset. https://doi.org/10.4121/7305a608-bb1e-4318-8f86-24a3582361ad.v1
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Tugela river, South Africa
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This datapackage contains the outputs from WP5 experiment 1.0 for the wflow_sbm hydrological model (van Verseveld et al., 2022; https://www.deltares.nl/en/software-and-data/products/wflow), which was developed at Deltares, for the test period 1990 - 2021 for the 4DHydro benchmark regions Rhine and Po. The model is forced with the EMO-1 meteorological forcing (https://data.jrc.ec.europa.eu/dataset/0bd84be4-cec8-4180-97a6-8b3adaac4d26), using the Hargreaves method to determine the potential evaporation (a required variable for wflow_sbm). The output consists of the model variables discharge, soil moisture, evapotranspiration and total water storage for these regions at three different model resolutions: 30 arcsecond (approximately 1 km), 2 arcminutes (approximately 4 km) and 4 arcminutes (approximately 8 km). See https://opensciencedata.4dhydro.eu/ for a STAC catalog with links to outputs from other models. Outputs are formatted according to the 4dHydro working package 2 storage protocol (Droppers & Rakovec et al., 2024).

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  • 2024-06-14 first online, published, posted
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4TU.ResearchData
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Deltares, Inland Water Systems - Operational Water Management
Wageningen University and Research, Department of Environmental Sciences, Hydrology and Environmental Hydraulics

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