Data

2017: The Coastal Streamflow Flux in the Regional Arctic System Model

Distributed daily coastal streamflows between 1979 and 2014 for the 50-km Regional Arctic System Model domain. Details are described in Hamman et al., 2017.

2013: Gridded Meteorological Forcing Data Set and Derived Hydrological Fluxes and States: 1915-2011 @ 1/16º resolution

The Variable Infiltration Capacity (VIC) model was used to simulate the CONUS land surface hydrological cycle from 1915-2011 at a spatial resolution of 1/16º. Details are described in Livneh et al., 2013.

2006: Arctic Meteorological VIC Forcing Data Set @ 50km EASE-Grid

Daily precipitation, wind speed, minimum and maximum daily temperature for the Arctic for the period 1948-2007 on a 50km EASE-GRID. Details are described in Adam and Lettenmaier, 2003, and Adam et al., 2006.

2002: VIC Retrospective Land Surface Data Set: 1950-2000 @ 0.125º resolution

The Variable Infiltration Capacity (VIC) model was used to simulate the CONUS land surface hydrological cycle from 1950-2000. The modeling study was done at a 3-hourly time step and at a spatial resolution of 1/8 degree. Details are described in Maurer et al., 2002.

2001: VIC Global Hydrologic Simulations @ 2º resolution

The Variable Infiltration Capacity (VIC) model was used to simulate the global land surface hydrological cycle from 1980-1993. The modeling study was done at a daily time step and at a spatial resolution of 2º. Details are described in Nijssen et al., 2001a, Nijssen et al., 2001b, and Nijssen et al., 2001c

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