SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL: "Empirical water resilience analysis using eco-hydrological features: a case study in a Brazilian Central-West watershed"

Published: 26-01-2021| Version 3 | DOI: 10.17632/wptp9jdz64.3
Contributors:

Description

This document provides the supplementary material (data and information) that supported the paper entitled "Empirical water resilience analysis using eco-hydrological features: a case study in a Brazilian Central-West watershed", submitted to the Journal of Environmental Management.

Files

Steps to reproduce

- NDVI and NBR data-series were obtained using the Google Earth Engine. - Streamflow indexes (Q7.10, Q95, Q90, Q50, Qmean) were calculated through the SisCAH 1.0 software, developed by the Water Resources Research Group of the Federal University of Viçosa (UFV). - Small Flood, Large Flood, Baseflow, and High Flow Threshold (75th percentile) data-series were estimated using the Indicators of Hydrologic Alteration (IHA software), developed by the researchers at the Nature Conservancy. - BW-Provision data-series were calculated based on the equation proposed by Rodrigues et al. (2014), which can be accessed via this link: https://doi.org/10.1002/2013WR014274. - All the streamflow and water level data were obtained from the Hidroweb portal (http://www.snirh.gov.br/hidroweb/).