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Past and future discharge and stream temperature at high spatial resolution in a large European basin (Loire basin, France)

Abstract

This paper presents retrospective simulations and future projections of daily time series of discharge and stream temperature for 52 278 reaches over the Loire River basin (10 5 km 2) in France, using a physical process-based thermal model coupled with a hydrological model. Retrospective simulations over the 1963-2019 are based on the Safran meteorological reanalysis over France. 21st century projections are based on a subset of the DRIAS2020 ensemble projection dataset, derived from the Euro Cordex data set through the ADAMONT statistical bias correction. Such a dataset at this large scale and high spatial resolution stands out from existing datasets, and is the first one in France derived from a physical process-based thermal model. The dataset is freely available for other studies and can be downloaded as NetCDF format from https://doi.org/10.57745/LBPGFS

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hal-03948520 , version 1 (20-01-2023)

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Hanieh Seyedhashemi, Florentina Moatar, Jean-Philippe Vidal, Dominique Thiéry. Past and future discharge and stream temperature at high spatial resolution in a large European basin (Loire basin, France). Earth System Science Data Discussions, 2023, ⟨10.5194/essd-2022-451⟩. ⟨hal-03948520⟩
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