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It is well recognized that the climate is warming in response to anthropogenic emission of greenhouse gases. Over the last decade, this has had a warming effect on lakes. Water clarity is also known to effect water temperature in lakes. What is unclear is how a warming climate might interact with changes in water clarity in lakes. As part of a project at the USGS Office of Water Information, several water clarity scenarios were simulated for lakes in Wisconsin to examine how changing water clarity interacts with climate change to affect lake temperatures at a broad scale. This data set contains the following parameters: year, WBIC, durStrat, max_schmidt_stability, mean_schmidt_stability_JAS, mean_schmidt_stability_July,...
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It is well recognized that the climate is warming in response to anthropogenic emission of greenhouse gases. Over the last decade, this has had a warming effect on lakes. Water clarity is also known to effect water temperature in lakes. What is unclear is how a warming climate might interact with changes in water clarity in lakes. As part of a project at the USGS Office of Water Information, several water clarity scenarios were simulated for lakes in Wisconsin to examine how changing water clarity interacts with climate change to affect lake temperatures at a broad scale. This data set contains the following parameters: year, WBIC, durStrat, max_schmidt_stability, mean_schmidt_stability_JAS, mean_schmidt_stability_July,...
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It is well recognized that the climate is warming in response to anthropogenic emission of greenhouse gases. Over the last decade, this has had a warming effect on lakes. Water clarity is also known to effect water temperature in lakes. What is unclear is how a warming climate might interact with changes in water clarity in lakes. As part of a project at the USGS Office of Water Information, several water clarity scenarios were simulated for lakes in Wisconsin to examine how changing water clarity interacts with climate change to affect lake temperatures at a broad scale. This data set contains the following parameters: year, WBIC, durStrat, max_schmidt_stability, mean_schmidt_stability_JAS, mean_schmidt_stability_July,...
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This data release includes the input topographic data sets, model parameters, and validation field measurements of flow velocity used to develop and test multidimensional hydraulic models for a reach of the upper Sacramento River in northern California. Digital elevation models (DEMs) were developed by combining water depth maps of the reach, created using spectrally-based remote sensing methods, with light detection and ranging (lidar) data on water surface and terrestrial elevations. The depth maps were derived from three imagery sources: (1) airborne hyperspectral imagery (CASI); (2) uncrewed aerial survey (UAS)-based hyperspectral imagery (Nano); and (3) multispectral satellite imagery (WV3). The methods used...


    map background search result map search result map Wisconsin Lake Temperature Metrics Decreasing Clarity Wisconsin Lake Temperature Metrics Increasing Clarity Wisconsin Lake Temperature Metrics Stable Clarity Digital elevation models (DEMs) and field measurements of flow velocity used to develop and test multidimensional hydrodynamic models (2D and 3D) for a reach of the upper Sacramento River in northern California Digital elevation models (DEMs) and field measurements of flow velocity used to develop and test multidimensional hydrodynamic models (2D and 3D) for a reach of the upper Sacramento River in northern California Wisconsin Lake Temperature Metrics Decreasing Clarity Wisconsin Lake Temperature Metrics Increasing Clarity Wisconsin Lake Temperature Metrics Stable Clarity