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Estimated provisional streamflow values (Messinger and Burgholzer, 2017) for streamgages in Ohio River Basin and the shifted, expanded ratings that were used to develop them are included in this dataset. This file contains source data, daily streamflow records and selected ratings that had been saved in the National Water Information Service database for water years 1991-2013. Microsoft Excel formulas that were used to compute the estimated provisional streamflow (AltFlow) tables are included, and may be used to extend the AltFlow record following the procedure described by Messinger and Burgholzer (2017), in Appendix 2. This release also contains the existing AltFlow record for the same streamgages in comma-separated...
Official Recognized Boundaries of Fish Habitat Partnerships of the National Fish Habitat Partnership, 2013
This geodatabase contains the official partnership boundaries of the National Fish Habitat Partnership (NFHP). Several boundaries were originally developed by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service and were updated in 2013 to reflect revisions from the recognized Fish Habitat Partnerships (FHPs) of the National Fish Habitat Partnership. For the remaining FHPs, the boundaries were developed in 2013 to reflect the boundary as defined by the respective partnerships. The geodatabase contains two feature datasets. The 'Boundaries' feature dataset includes official partnership boundaries. The 'Subregions_States' feature dataset includes partnership boundaries along with state and/or subregion boundaries.
This dataset is part of a multi-scale assessment and classification for segments of 15 rivers of the Upper Midwest United States that meet various criteria for largeness. All rivers are tributary to the Mississippi River system. The 11,600 kilometers (km) that qualified as large were parsed into 10-kilometer-long segments and classified by major alterations (free-flowing, navigation pools, storage reservoir). The dataset also includes a statistically based, component classification based on the 10-km segments. Cluster analysis of hydrologic variables from 66 streamflow gaging stations yielded 5 clusters calculated from 5 ecohydrological metrics related to lateral connectivity with the floodplain. A separate cluster...