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Evapotranspiration (ET), normal (mean) of monthly means across all years, 2000-2015, Region 17, Continuous Parameter Grid (CPG)

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Sando, R., Olsen, T.D., Kaiser, K.E., Haluska, T.L., and Hockman-Wert, D.P., 2018, Climatic CPGs -- Probability of Streamflow Permanence (PROSPER) Continuous Parameter Grids (CPGs): U.S. Geological Survey data release, https://doi.org/10.5066/F73T9GG9.

Summary

These datasets are continuous parameter grids (CPG) of normal monthly mean evapotranspiration data for March through September, averaged across all years, 2000 through 2015, in the Pacific Northwest. Source evapotranspiration data was produced using the operational Simplified Surface Energy Balance (SSEBop) model.

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MAR_ET_2000-2015_CPG_all.tif 232.59 MB
APR_ET_2000-2015_CPG_all.tif 305.82 MB
MAY_ET_2000-2015_CPG_all.tif 373.69 MB
JUN_ET_2000-2015_CPG_all.tif 393.63 MB
JUL_ET_2000-2015_CPG_all.tif 448.86 MB
AUG_ET_2000-2015_CPG_all.tif 414.63 MB
SEP_ET_2000-2015_CPG_all.tif 315.5 MB

Purpose

These Continuous Parameter Grid (CPG) rasters were generated as inputs to the PROSPER model, predicting the probability of streamflow permanence throughout the Pacific Northwest. Each model predictor variable (parameter grid) was converted from its original spatial form into a CPG, which combines the discrete values with a flow accumulation raster, thereby converting the predictor values into a spatially moving average format.

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  • National and Regional Climate Adaptation Science Centers
  • Northwest CASC

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Drought, Fire and Extreme Weather
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Science Themes
Water, Coasts and Ice
Science Tools For Managers
NCCWSC Science Themes
Science Tools for Managers

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Input directly

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