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Soil-water-balance model archive for Long Island, NY, 1900-2019

Dates

Start Date
1900-01-01
End Date
2019-12-31
Publication Date

Citation

Finkelstein, J.S., 2022, Soil-water-balance model archive for Long Island, NY, 1900-2019: U.S. Geological Survey data release, https://doi.org/10.5066/P94OLK6Z.

Summary

This model archive makes available the Soil-Water-Balance (SWB) model (Westenbroek and others, 2010) and input data used to estimate the potential amount of annual groundwater recharge to the Long Island aquifer system from 1900 to 2019 as described in U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2021-5143. Input data for two SWB simulations are included in the archive. The first simulation uses existing land-use/land-cover datasets to estimate changes in recharge with changing land use from 1900-2019 (referred to as the post-development simulation). The second simulation assumed a forested, undeveloped (pre-development simulation) condition across Long Island for the same period. The same soil coverages and time-series [...]

Contacts

Point of Contact :
Jason Finkelstein
Originator :
Jason Finkelstein
Metadata Contact :
Jason Finkelstein
Publisher :
U.S. Geological Survey
Data Owner :
New York Water Science Center
Distributor :
U.S. Geological Survey - ScienceBase
SDC Data Owner :
New York Water Science Center
USGS Mission Area :
Water Resources

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bins.zip 2.47 MB application/zip
georef.txt 834 Bytes text/plain
Long_Island_SWB_model_archive_metadata.xml
Original FGDC Metadata

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27.11 KB application/fgdc+xml
Model_Archive_ReadMe.txt 17.77 KB text/plain
286.97 MB application/zip
254.57 MB application/zip
source.zip 660.71 KB application/zip
4.87 GB application/zip
t1980_t2011.zip 596.77 MB application/zip
t2011_t2016.zip 121.45 MB application/zip
t2016_t2019.zip 372.4 MB application/zip

Purpose

This Soil-Water-Balance (SWB) model was used to estimate potential recharge to the Long Island aquifer system on an annual basis from 1900 to 2019.

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