# Section 7 Download

## 7.1 Brook Trout Occupancy Model Predictions

The brook trout occupancy model predictions can be downloaded as a static CSV file from the following link.

This file contains the following headers:

CSV Column | Description |
---|---|

featureid | Catchment ID |

occ_current | Occupancy Probability (Current Conditions) |

occ_air_2 | Occupancy Probability (Air Temp +2.0 degC) |

occ_air_4 | Occupancy Probability (Air Temp +4.0 degC) |

occ_air_6 | Occupancy Probability (Air Temp +6.0 degC) |

max_air_occ30 | Max Air Temp Increase (degC) for 30% Occupancy Probability |

max_air_occ50 | Max Air Temp Increase (degC) for 50% Occupancy Probability |

max_air_occ70 | Max Air Temp Increase (degC) for 70% Occupancy Probability |

## 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.

- Region 01 Catchments (zipped shp)
- Region 02 Catchments (zipped shp)
- Region 03 Catchments (zipped shp)
- Region 04 Catchments (zipped shp)
- Region 05 Catchments (zipped shp)
- Region 06 Catchments (zipped shp)

The documentation for the catchment delineation is also available:

## 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.

- Region 01 Covariates (zipped csv)
- Region 02 Covariates (zipped csv)
- Region 03 Covariates (zipped csv)
- Region 04 Covariates (zipped csv)
- Region 05 Covariates (zipped csv)
- Region 06 Covariates (zipped csv)

The documentation for catchment covariates is also available:

## 7.4 Stream Temperature Predictions

The SHEDS stream temperature model predictions used as inputs to the brook trout occupancy model can be downloaded from:

Documentation for the stream temperature model is available at: