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Groundwater recharge is an important part of water budget estimation and is a critical data component used in creating and calibrating groundwater flow models such as MODFLOW. Soil Water Balance Models (SWB) can be used to estimate potential groundwater recharge across spatial domains and through time. This metadata record describes an SWB archive for parts of the Coastal Plain of North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia, eastern United States. The model was run for various land cover build out scenarios and several downscaled climate models (SWB) The model’s pixel resolution is 609.9-meters (m) and it was run for the for the period 1979 - 2060. The SWB model executable code is detailed in the report SWB—A Modified...
These data represent time-series of water table depth from nine monitoring wells, soil moisture from three depths at a single monitoring location, and meteorological data from a weather station at the Panola Mountain Research Watershed (PMRW) in Rockdale County Georgia. Water-level data were logged at a 5 minute interval. In total, the data span from April 2017 to April 2020 but some wells did not get instrumented with pressure transducers until May 2018 so there are some minor differences in record length. Soil moisture spans from April 2017 to October 2019 and data is presented as hourly average volumetric water content at each depth. Meteorological data spans from April 2017 to October 2019 and is presented as...


    map background search result map search result map Soil-Water Balance model datasets used to estimate groundwater recharge in parts of North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia under 2015 conditions and future conditions using three downscaled climate models paired with two land cover scenarios Water table depth, soil moisture, and meteorological data from Panola Mountain Research Watershed, 2017 - 2020 Water table depth, soil moisture, and meteorological data from Panola Mountain Research Watershed, 2017 - 2020 Soil-Water Balance model datasets used to estimate groundwater recharge in parts of North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia under 2015 conditions and future conditions using three downscaled climate models paired with two land cover scenarios