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Data from simulations of ecological and hydrologic response to climate change scenarios at Wind Cave National Park, South Dakota, 1901-2050

Dates

Publication Date
Start Date
1901
End Date
2050

Citation

Symstad, A.J., King, D.A., Bachelet, D.M., and Long, A.J., 2017, Data from simulations of ecological and hydrologic response to climate change scenarios at Wind Cave National Park, South Dakota, 1901-2050: U.S. Geological Survey data release, https://doi.org/10.5066/F79K48RZ.

Summary

This data release contains data discussed in its larger work citation (Symstad et al., 2017, Climate Risk Management 17:78-91, Associated Item at right). "ClimateComparisonData.csv" contains summary metrics of six climate projections used as climate input for quantitative simulations of hydrologic and ecological responses to climate change at Wind Cave National Park (WCNP) and the same summary metrics for 38 other climate projections available at the time that these simulations were done. "HydroData.csv" contains mean annual streamflow of a stream in WCNP and mean annual hydraulic head of a subterranean lake in Wind Cave as simulated by the rainfall-response aquifer and watershed flow (RRAWFLOW) model for two climate projections in [...]

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2050_aflivcx1.zip
“GeoTIFF files of aboveground live forest carbon”
40.09 KB
BuildUpIndex.csv
“Build Up Index Data”
2.07 KB
ClimateComparisonData.csv
“Climate Comparison Data”
4.2 KB
GrassANPP.csv
“Grass Aboveground Net Primary Production Data”
1,016 Bytes
HydroData.CSV
“Beaver Creek Streamflow and Calcite Lake Head Data”
2.24 KB
Data_from_simulations_of_ecological_and_hydrologic_response.xml
“Original FGDC Metadata”
Original FGDC Metadata

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Purpose

Data were simulated in order to understand the nature and magnitude of ecological (vegetation and fire) and hydrologic (streamflow and aquifer level) response to plausible future climate scenarios to inform Wind Cave National Park management planning in the context of a changing climate.

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DOI https://www.sciencebase.gov/vocab/category/item/identifier doi:10.5066/F79K48RZ

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