Section 7 Download

7.1 Stream Temperature Model Predictions Dataset

The stream temperature model predictions can be downloaded as a static CSV file from the following link.

Stream Temperature Predictions v1.0 (csv)

This file contains the following headers:

CSV Column Description
featureid Catchment ID
mean_max_temp Mean Annual Max Temp (degC)
max_max_temp Maximum Temp (degC)
mean_jun_temp Mean June Temp (degC)
mean_jul_temp Mean July Temp (degC)
mean_aug_temp Mean August Temp (degC)
mean_summer_temp Mean Summer Temp (degC)
max_temp_30d Max 30-day Mean Temp (degC)
n_day_temp_gt_18 Mean # Days per Year Temp > 18 C
n_day_temp_gt_20 Mean # Days per Year Temp > 20 C
n_day_temp_gt_22 Mean # Days per Year Temp > 22 C
resist Resistivity

7.2 Catchment Delineation Shapefiles

The SHEDS catchment delineation (NHDHRDV2) are available as a series of shapefiles, pre-staged by 2-digit hydrologic unit codes (HUCs). The model predictions and covariates CSV files can be joined to these shapefiles using the mutual featureid column.

The documentation for the catchment delineation is also available:

Catchment Delineation (NHDHRDV2) Documentation (docx)

7.3 Catchment Covariates Dataset

The SHEDS catchment covariates are available as a series of CSV files, pre-staged by 2-digit hydrologic unit codes (HUCs). The covariates contain the catchment characteristics that are used as input variables to the stream temperature model.

The documentation for catchment covariates is also available:

Catchment Covariates Documentation (docx)