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As the urban landscape and municipal infrastructure in U.S. cities changes in response to socio-economic conditions, so does the manner in which water cycles through these cities. The modulation of hydrologic processes (e.g., runoff, infiltration, evapotranspiration) by land use and land cover has implications for resilience, sustainability, and optimizing municipal service functions. The U.S. Geological Survey and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, collaborated to address the question of how Legacy (standard) and recent (Urban Greening Program or "Green") vacant lots – each the product of a certain approach to the widespread practice of demolition – differ in terms of how...
The text file "Soil_moisture_temperature.txt" contains 5-minute recorded observations of soil moisture volume and soil temperature at discrete soil depths at four Legacy and Green deconstruction lot pairs in St. Louis, Missouri. Data were collected between July 24, 2019 and September 17, 2020. Soil moisture volume is measured in percent and soil temperature is measured in degrees Celsius. Soil moisture is measured at 10-centimeter increments in depth and the total depth varies among sites from 30 to 90 centimeters. Sites are as follows (L indicates a Legacy site and G indicates a Green site): site SML-1 (Latitude 38.67741, Longitude -90.26539) site SMG-1 (Latitude 38.67749, Longitude -90.26537) site SML-2...


    map background search result map search result map Hydrologic and soil data associated with selected vacant deconstruction lots in St. Louis, Missouri, 2018-2020 Soil moisture and soil temperature time-series data collected at four Legacy and four Green deconstruction sites, St. Louis, Missouri, 2019-2020 Soil moisture and soil temperature time-series data collected at four Legacy and four Green deconstruction sites, St. Louis, Missouri, 2019-2020 Hydrologic and soil data associated with selected vacant deconstruction lots in St. Louis, Missouri, 2018-2020