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Lisbon-Jameson Reach of Lower Missouri River hydrodynamic model outputs


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Erwin, S.O., 2017, Lisbon-Jameson Reach of Lower Missouri River hydrodynamic model outputs: U.S. Geological Survey data release,


Data set contains depth and velocity grids centerpoints generated from hydrodynamic model (SRH-2D) simulations run for a range of discharges. Date range corresponds to month(s) that bathymetric survey was performed. Three study reaches were considered in this analysis: the Fairview reach of the Yellowstone River, MT, the Miami and Lisbon-Jameson reaches of the Lower Missouir River. Data and application are described in detail in accompanying journal article (Erwin et al., 2017).


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Susannah O Erwin
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Susannah O Erwin
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U.S. Geological Survey
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LJ_800cms_48hrs_1s_SRHC1.csv 49.6 MB text/csv
LJ_1000cms_24hrs_1s_RST1_SRHC1.csv 50.51 MB text/csv
LJ_1200cms_24hrs_1s_RST1_SRHC1.csv 51.11 MB text/csv
LJ_1400cms_24hrs_1s_RST1_SRHC1.csv 51.47 MB text/csv
LJ_1600cms_24hrs_1s_RST1_SRHC1.csv 51.72 MB text/csv
LJ_1800cms_24hrs_1s_RST1_SRHC1.csv 51.9 MB text/csv
LJ_2000cms_48hrs_1s_SRHC1.csv 52.07 MB text/csv
LJ_2200cms_48hrs_1s_SRHC1.csv 52.21 MB text/csv
LJ_2400cms_48hrs_1s_SRHC1.csv 52.33 MB text/csv
LJ_2600cms_48hrs_1s_SRHC1.csv 52.43 MB text/csv
LJ_2800cms_48hrs_1s_SRHC1.csv 66.61 MB text/csv
LJ_3000cms_48hrs_1s_SRHC1.csv 66.71 MB text/csv
LJ_3200cms_48hrs_1s_SRHC1.csv 66.78 MB text/csv
LJ_3400cms_48hrs_1s_SRHC1.csv 66.85 MB text/csv
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LJ_3800cms_48hrs_1s_SRHC1.csv 66.96 MB text/csv
LJ_4000cms_48hrs_1s_SRHC1.csv 67.01 MB text/csv
LJ_4200cms_48hrs_1s_SRHC1.csv 67.04 MB text/csv
LJ_4400cms_48hrs_1s_SRHC1.csv 67.1 MB text/csv
LJ_4600cms_48hrs_1s_SRHC1.csv 67.15 MB text/csv
LJ_4800cms_48hrs_1s_SRHC1.csv 67.22 MB text/csv
LJ_5000cms_48hrs_05s_SRHC1.csv 67.34 MB text/csv
LJ_5200cms_48hrs_05s_SRHC1.csv 67.5 MB text/csv
LJ_5400cms_48hrs_05s_SRHC1.csv 67.64 MB text/csv
LJ_5600cms_48hrs_05s_SRHC1.csv 67.8 MB text/csv
LJ_5800cms_48hrs_05s_SRHC1.csv 67.97 MB text/csv
LJ_6000cms_48hrs_05s_SRHC1.csv 68.31 MB text/csv
LJ_6200cms_48hrs_05s_SRHC1.csv 68.64 MB text/csv
LJ_6400cms_48hrs_05s_SRHC1.csv 69.01 MB text/csv
LJ_6600cms_48hrs_05s_SRHC1.csv 69.39 MB text/csv
LJ_7000cms_RST1_24hrs_05s_SRHC1.csv 55.88 MB text/csv


Hydrodynamic models were run to evaluate physical habitat dynamics in Lower Missouri River. The models simulate hydraulics only; i.e. the simulations assume a static bed and there were no morphodynamic computations. Modeled conditions reflect the channel geometry at the time survey data were acquired; substantial changes in channel form may have occured since the time surveys were conducted, thus modeled conditions may not reflect present channel form or alignment. Modeled flow depths and velocities should not be couple with biotic data collected at a time other than the time of the bathymetric surveys.



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DOI DOI:10.5066/F7TB154R

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