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Jun 9, 2020 - Roughness Scenarios
FLUD Research Group, 2020, "Water Surface Elevations: Landcover +25% Roughness Scenario", https://doi.org/10.18738/T8/EHFCMN, Texas Data Repository Dataverse, V1
Raster maps of water surface elevations (WSEs) that are output from the HEC-RAS 5.0.7 2D hydrodynamic model (Brunner, 2016), and associated with flow stages (1.0m – 11.63m) at 0.25m interval (N=44). These flow stages were output from simulations coincident with the scenario that...
Jun 9, 2020 - Roughness Scenarios
FLUD Research Group, 2020, "Water Surface Elevations: Landcover +50% Roughness Scenario", https://doi.org/10.18738/T8/PYIEPU, Texas Data Repository Dataverse, V1
Raster maps of water surface elevations (WSEs) that are output from the HEC-RAS 5.0.7 2D hydrodynamic model (Brunner, 2016), and associated with flow stages (1.0m – 11.63m) at 0.25m interval (N=44). These flow stages were output from simulations coincident with the scenario that...
Jun 9, 2020 - Roughness Scenarios
FLUD Research Group, 2020, "Differences in Water Surface Elevation Between Roughness Scenarios: Landcover+10% - Landcover+5%", https://doi.org/10.18738/T8/QVSE8E, Texas Data Repository Dataverse, V1
Raster maps of differences in water surface elevation (WSE) that are based on output from the HEC-RAS 5.0.7 2D hydrodynamic model (Brunner, 2016). The differences are between common flow stages at different roughness scenarios where patches associated with downed trees are 10% gr...
Jun 9, 2020 - Roughness Scenarios
FLUD Research Group, 2020, "Differences in Water Surface Elevation Between Roughness Scenarios: Landcover+25% - Landcover+10%", https://doi.org/10.18738/T8/XCBXG3, Texas Data Repository Dataverse, V1
Raster maps of differences in water surface elevation (WSE) that are based on output from the HEC-RAS 5.0.7 2D hydrodynamic model (Brunner, 2016). The differences are between common flow stages at different roughness scenarios where patches associated with downed trees are 25% gr...
Jun 9, 2020 - Roughness Scenarios
FLUD Research Group, 2020, "Differences in Water Surface Elevation Between Roughness Scenarios: Landcover+50% - Landcover+25%", https://doi.org/10.18738/T8/3CPOPO, Texas Data Repository Dataverse, V1
Raster maps of differences in water surface elevation (WSE) that are based on output from the HEC-RAS 5.0.7 2D hydrodynamic model (Brunner, 2016). The differences are between common flow stages at different roughness scenarios where patches associated with downed trees are 50% gr...
Jun 9, 2020 - Roughness Scenarios
FLUD Research Group, 2020, "Mesh Resolution of HEC-RAS Models: Average Point Spacing of 7.5m-15.0m", https://doi.org/10.18738/T8/CES19C, Texas Data Repository Dataverse, V1
Shapefiles of Computational Meshes for HEC-RAS Models for that have an average point spacing of 7.5m, 10.0m, 12.5m, and 15.0m (original). Created with the export feature of RAS-Mapper for HEC-RAS v 5.0.7 (Brunner, 2016) Brunner, G.W. (2016). HEC-RAS: River Analysis System, 2D Mod...
Jun 9, 2020 - Roughness Scenarios
FLUD Research Group, 2020, "Hydrodynamic Model Input Data", https://doi.org/10.18738/T8/CNCXAN, Texas Data Repository Dataverse, V1
Shapefiles and tables of values that are important for setting up a HEC-RAS model simulation for the Mission River Floodplain. Included in this dataset are the roughness patches that have Manning’s N values assigned to each patch for each of the five roughness scenarios (baseline...
Jun 9, 2020 - Roughness Scenarios
FLUD Research Group, 2020, "Flow Inundation Extents: Baseline Roughness Scenario", https://doi.org/10.18738/T8/KBN60V, Texas Data Repository Dataverse, V1
Polygon shapefiles that represent flow inundation extents. These extents are derived from water surface elevations from the HEC-RAS 5.0.7 2D hydrodynamic model (Brunner, 2016), and associated with flow stages (1.0 – 11.63m) at 0.25m interval (N=44). These flow stages were output...
Jun 9, 2020 - Roughness Scenarios
FLUD Research Group, 2020, "Flow Inundation Extents: Landcover +5% Roughness Scenario", https://doi.org/10.18738/T8/Z2CPJ1, Texas Data Repository Dataverse, V1
Polygon shapefiles that represent flow inundation extents. These extents are derived from water surface elevations from the HEC-RAS 5.0.7 2D hydrodynamic model (Brunner, 2016), and associated with flow stages (1.0 – 11.63m) at 0.25m interval (N=44). These flow stages were output...
Jun 9, 2020 - Roughness Scenarios
FLUD Research Group, 2020, "Flow Inundation Extents: Landcover +10% Roughness Scenario", https://doi.org/10.18738/T8/YCKBGY, Texas Data Repository Dataverse, V1
Polygon shapefiles that represent flow inundation extents. These extents are derived from water surface elevations from the HEC-RAS 5.0.7 2D hydrodynamic model (Brunner, 2016), and associated with flow stages (1.0 – 11.63m) at 0.25m interval (N=44). These flow stages were output...
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