Sensitivity and precision of stream permanence estimates (1977-2019) from the USGS Thornthwaite Monthly Water Balance Model in the Pacific Northwest, USA
This dataset includes inputs and results for parameterizing the USGS Thornthwaite Monthly Water Balance Model (MWBM) to simulate annual stream permanence on National Hydrography Dataset (NHD) stream reaches. Also included are results from sensitivity analysis of MWBM parameters to final stream permanence classification (permanent or nonpermanent). The dataset includes files that link PRISM climate grids to NHD catchments and flowlines. Data tables describe the sensitivity of MWBM stream permanence classifications to each of the altered MWBM parameters. Suitable MWBM parameter sets, which resulted in accuracy of at least 65% when compared to observed surface water conditions, for modeling stream permanence are presented with precision estimates for MWBM stream permanence classifications for NHD flowlines.
|Sensitivity and precision of stream permanence estimates (1977-2019) from the USGS Thornthwaite Monthly Water Balance Model in the Pacific Northwest, USA
|Konrad C Hafen
|USGS Digital Object Identifier Catalog
|Idaho Water Science Center