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The Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Water Science Center looks forward to helping you achieve your goals by providing water quantity and quality information, as well as scientific tools and understanding, when and where they are needed by citizens, businesses, and public officials.
A major component of the Water Census is the National Water Census Data Platform, which enables integration and delivery of water budget information alongside other data of interest to managers, such as water use data or ecological assessment criteria. Eventually, end users of water budget data (i.e. management agencies and decision-makers) will be able to access an integrated system of online databases in a form that will enable them to construct local and regional water budgets.
Evapotranspiration at the Clewiston Marsh Platform, Lake Okeechobee, Florida, June 15, 2017 - January 21, 2020
The dataset includes a table in comma delimited format of daily evapotranspiration (ET) from 6/15/2017 to 1/21/2020 from an ET station in wetlands along the western perimeter of Lake Okeechobee, near Clewiston, Florida. The dominant plant cover at the study site is sawgrass (Cladium jamaicense) with secondary amounts of cattails and open water surfaces such as canals for boat navigation. Sawgrass and cattail height generally varies from less than 1 to 2.4 meters. The depth of water in the wetland averages less than 1 meter above land surface but exceeds 1.5 meters when water levels are high in Lake Okeechobee. In contrast, water levels were less than 1 meter below land surface in the wetland from May to June of...
Our mission is to provide , timely, reliable, impartial scientific information to our local, state, tribal, and federal partners so they can efficiently manage the water resources within their jurisdictions. Our data and research also help to protect the citizens of Idaho against floods, droughts, and other natural hydrologic hazards. Our science focuses on four basic areas of data collection and research: Surface water resources including rivers, lakes, and reservoirs Groundwater resources, both cold water and geothermal Water quality Water use and availability
The mission of the U.S. Geological Survey Colorado Water Science Center is to be the principal source of timely, high-quality science information on Colorado’s water resources, and to be a leader in providing an understanding of how those resources relate to the people and environment of the state. This will help planners, managers, and others to make the decisions necessary for the wise use of these limited and shared resources.
This USGS Data Release represents the synthetic and real data from hydrologically diverse streams used to test the performance and limitations of the Two-tracer Ratio-based Mixing Model (TRaMM) which uses high-frequency measures of two tracers (A and B) and streamflow to separate total streamflow into water from slowflow and fastflow sources. The ratio between the concentrations of the two tracers is used to create a time-variable estimate of the concentration of each tracer in the fastflow end-member. Synthetic data from a groundwater dominated stream and an overland flow dominated stream were used to test the sensitivity of the model to various conditions and tracer concentrations. The sensitivity analysis provides...