Season-wise irrigated and rainfed crop areas for India around year 2005
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2015-01-15 19:02:45 | Contributor(s): Gang Zhao, Stefan Siebert | doi:10.13019/M2CC71
Crop growing area and irrigated fraction for 21 crops in Kharif, Rabi and Zaid seasons for India around year 2005 in 500 m spatial resolution.
2015-02-14 02:24:48 | Contributor(s): Lan Zhao | doi:10.13019/M27P4R
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Historical Irrigation Dataset (HID)
2015-03-27 14:05:10 | Contributor(s): Stefan Siebert, Matti Kummu, Miina Porkka, Petra Döll, Navin Ramankutty, Bridget R. Scanlon | doi:10.13019/M20599
Supplementary materials for the publication entitled “A global dataset of the extent of irrigated land from 1900 to 2005” by Siebert et al. (2015) in Hydrology and Earth System Sciences.
2019-10-25 15:05:14 | Contributor(s): Jibin Joseph | doi:10.13019/5WZV-0804
Statistical Analysis Code for HydroModule 03 as part of EAPS 591 Course
SWAT Hydrological Model for Cedar Creek
2019-10-12 18:03:57 | Contributor(s): Jibin Joseph, Venkatesh Merwade | doi:10.13019/75QJ-GR66
This project is pursued as part of EAPS 591 Fair Data Science course offered at Purdue University in Fall 2019.
GAEZ+_2015 Monthly Cropland Data: Global gridded monthly crop physical area for 26 irrigated and rainfed crops
2021-02-03 18:07:23 | Contributor(s): Danielle Grogan, Alexander Prusevich, Steve Frolking, Dominik Wisser, Stanley Glidden | doi:10.13019/J2BH-VB41
GAEZ+_2015 Monthly Cropland Data provides crop physical area by month on a global 5-minute grid for 26 crop categories by production system (irrigated and rainfed). Each crop can have up to 5 subcrops to represent crop rotation systems.
Data: US Climate Policy can Contribute to Improved Water Quality and Reduce Hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico
2022-10-24 22:16:41 | Contributor(s): David Johnson, Jing Liu, Maksym G Chepeliev, Shan Zuidema | doi:10.13019/C5YN-EG10
Crop distribution, fertilizer application, and environmental fluxes of nitrate following a suite of scenarios that use multiple models to analyze the effects of climate mitigation policies and wetland restoration on US agriculture.
Data: Existing wetland conservation programs miss nutrient reduction targets
2022-12-14 21:24:37 | Contributor(s): Shan Zuidema, Chris Kucharik, Richard Lammers, Wilfred Wollheim | doi:10.13019/1N4Q-0X09
Estimated fluxes of nitrate (as nitrogen) across the Mississippi River Basin under scenarios of wetland restoration following two existing conservation programs. At full adoption, neither program achieves needed nitrate reduction to the Gulf of Mexico.
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