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WEPPcloud hydrologic and erosion simulation datasets from 28 watersheds in US Pacific Northwest and calibrating model parameters for undisturbed and disturbed forest management conditions

Author(s):

Mariana Dobre
Anurag Srivastava
Roger Lew
Chinmay Deval
Erin S. Brooks

Year:

2022

Publication type:

Scientific Journal (JRNL)

Primary Station(s):

Rocky Mountain Research Station

Source:

Data in Brief. 42: 108251.

Description

The WEPPcloud interface is a new online decision-support tool for the Water Erosion Prediction Project (WEPP) model that facilitates data preparation and model runs, and sum- marizes model outputs into tables and maps that are easily interpretable by users. The interface can be used by land and water managers in United States, Europe, and Australia inter- ested in simulating streamflow, sediment and pollutant loads from both undisturbed and disturbed (e.g. post-wildfire or post-treatment such as thinning or prescribed fires) forested watersheds. This article contains full hydrologic model runs for 28 forested watersheds in the U.S. Pacific Northwest with the WEPPcloud online interface. It also includes links to repositories with the individual model runs, a table contain- ing default model parameters for disturbed conditions, and figures with model outputs as compared to observed data.

Citation

Dobre, Mariana; Srivastava, Anurag; Lew, Roger; Deval, Chinmay; Brooks, Erin S.; Elliot, William J.; Robichaud, Peter R. 2022. WEPPcloud hydrologic and erosion simulation datasets from 28 watersheds in US Pacific Northwest and calibrating model parameters for undisturbed and disturbed forest management conditions. Data in Brief. 42: 108251.

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