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High Park Fire hillslope erosion data and watershed simulations


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Created: Nov 02, 2019 at 7:38 p.m.
Last updated: Mar 24, 2020 at 4:38 p.m.
DOI: 10.4211/hs.b3ca27267d0c4a23b7f459917e3067ec
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Abstract

This resource includes two datasets for High Park Fire sediment yield and sediment load from June-October 2013.

The first file, HPF_hillslope_observed.csv contains hillslope sediment yield data that were originally reported in Schmeer et al. (2018).

The column values are:
"Site" = site ID
Area_ha = field-delineated hillslope area
SY_Mg_ha = measured hillslope sediment yield in Mg per ha
P_mm = total precipitation depth measured at the nearest rain gauge

The second file, HPF_watershed_simulated, contains simulated total watershed sediment loads for multiple models discretized at varying target hillslope resolutions.

The column values are:
"area_ha" = target area for the hillslopes
"watershed" = name of the watershed simulated, either Hill Gulch or Skin Gulch
"model" = name of the model used,
"Mg" = watershed total sediment load in Mg
"fraction" = fraction increase in watershed total sediment load relative to the sediment load simulated for 0.5 ha hillslope resolution

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Resource Level Coverage

Spatial

Coordinate System/Geographic Projection:
WGS 84 EPSG:4326
Coordinate Units:
Decimal degrees
Place/Area Name:
Skin Gulch and Hill Gulch, High Park Fire
North Latitude
40.6989°
East Longitude
-105.2704°
South Latitude
40.6421°
West Longitude
-105.4256°

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Sources

Derived From: Schmeer, S.R., 2014. Post-fire Erosion Response and Recovery, High Park Fire, Colorado (M.S. Thesis). Colorado State University.
Derived From: Schmeer, S. R., Kampf, S. K., MacDonald, L. H., Hewitt, J., Wilson, C., 2018. Empirical models of annual post-fire erosion on mulched and unmulched hillslopes. Catena. 163, 276-287.

Credits

Funding Agencies

This resource was created using funding from the following sources:
Agency Name Award Title Award Number
National Science Foundation DIB-1230205 and DIB-1339928

How to Cite

Kampf, S., S. Schmeer, L. MacDonald, B. Gannon, F. Saavedra, M. E. Miller, A. Heldmeyer, B. Livneh (2020). High Park Fire hillslope erosion data and watershed simulations, HydroShare, https://doi.org/10.4211/hs.b3ca27267d0c4a23b7f459917e3067ec

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