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ProjectTitlePIData ProductData StatusRegion(s)ScalePrimary ContactPublication TimelineData NotesA1-1
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A1-1Water Scarcity, Supply Vulnerability & ResiliencyMazdak ArabiWater supply/demand and vulnerabilityHUC 4Tom BrownPending
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Climate data (PCP, TMP)South Platte River Basin
Daily, for weather stations (point & grid) - Obs: 1980-2015; Sim: 1950-2100
Hadi Heidari
Available upon request
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Land use - land cover data
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US Population Growth (2100)HUC 4AnnualTom BrownPublished
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A1-2Socioeconomics of WaterElizabeth MackCensus tracts for water and wastwater affordability challengesNationalTemporal resolution: 2014Elizabeth MackPublished on Water Connect
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Income data (median income)National2000, 2010 and AES estimatesElizabeth MackPublished on Water Connect
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A2-1Next Generation Urban ModelingElie Bou-ZeidWRF output: Wind, T, RHEvery point in space and time1-hour time steps, modeled years 2002-2003Claire Welty
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ParFlow outputs: Pressure, saturationBaltimore, Denver, Portland100 m pixels, 10 layersClaire Welty(?)
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A2-2Project Future Change in Urban AreasMatei Georgescu
All climate relevant data (urban climate, GHGs, Cool Roofs, Green Roofs)
CONUS - 20km grid spacing (eventually 1km for select cities)
3-hr, daily, seas. Annual frequency for 2000-2009, 2045-2055, 2090-2099
Matei Georgescu & Scott Krayenhoff
Some data available now, all data available by end of calendar year (2017)
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Microclimate observations & simulations
Sun Corridor (in progress); All regions (eventually)
Minutes & metersHondula, Wright, Mideel, VanosSome data available now, most available by 2019xxxxxxxx
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A2-3Thermal Comfort of Water-supported InfrastructureDave HondulaHealth responses functions
Sun Corridor (in progress); All regions (eventually)
Cities & yearsHondula, Wright, Mideel, VanosSome data available now, most available by 2019xxxxxxxx
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MaRTy data Sun Corridor and Philly
Middel, Vanos, Meggers, Krayenhof
ASU collection June 2018, Temple July 2018x
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A2-4Innovative Building Systems & Urban InfrastructureForrest MeggersUrban surface temperatures and geometryPhilly, Trenton, Princeton, New YorkAt the building/neighborhood scale, individual measurementsMeggers and Hongshan GuoIndivudual collections summer 2017 and 2018xx
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Themal ImagesPhilly, Trenton, Princeton, New YorkMeggers and Hongshan Guo
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Distributed temperature and humidity measurementsPrinceton, Trenton, Bostonneighborhood to city scaleMeggers, Justin HInsonSummer 2017/18
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A3-1Urban Vegetation Biodiversity & Ecosystem FunctioningDarrel JeneretteAir TempCity
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Biodiversity in GI
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Roof Runoff: Chemical & microbial quality of roof runoffDenver, Tucscon, BostonHouseholdSybil SharvelleFall 2018
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Water demandSao Paulo BrazilAverage monthly use by districtGiovana Batista
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Projected Impact of land use on stormwater generationUWIN study citiesCensus block to municipal levelSybil Sharvelle & Andre DozierPreliminary estimates currently availablexxx
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Projected impact of land use type on water demandUWIN study citiesCensus block to municipal levelSybil Sharvelle & Andre DozierPreliminary estimates currently availablexxx
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B1-1aAlternative Water Sources & IUWMSybil SharvelleProjected impact of water conservation and reuse on demandUWIN study citiesCensus block to municipal levelSybil Sharvelle & Andre DozierPreliminary estimates currently availablexxx
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B1-1bWater Infrastructure ResilienceAli Mostafavi
Simulated data of water distribution networks (50 years); condition, leakage, energy loss
Miami Beach, Fort Collins (so far)Ali Mostafavi
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B1-2Life-cycle Assessment of Urban Water SystemsArpad Horvathwater supply current & future (possibly)California
Jennifer Stokes-Draut & Arpad Horvath
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Energy provider descriptionUWIN study cities
Jennifer Stokes-Draut & Arpad Horvath
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Waste water descriptionUWIN study cities
Jennifer Stokes-Draut & Arpad Horvath
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Water supply descriptionUWIN study cities
Jennifer Stokes-Draut & Arpad Horvath
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San Francisco building elevation and ground surface elevationSan Francisco
Jennifer Stokes-Draut & Arpad Horvath
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B2-1
Impact of Green Infrastructure in Urban Systems
Tom MeixnerGI location (bio-geo, hydro)Sun Corridor1-100 m2Tom MeixnerAvailable nowxx
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B2-2aFlood Hydrology and Rainfall FrequencyJames A. SmithUrban rain gagesUWIN study cities2000-2016, 1km, 15 minJim Smithxxxx
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B2-2bHydrology and Hydraulics of Urban FloodplainsBrian BledsoeFlood inundation mapsRiver reach to watershedBrian Bledsoe
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I-D HEC-RAS Geomety FilesRiver reach to watershedBrian Bledsoe
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Probabilistic Flood Inundation IndiciesRiver reach to watershedBrian Bledsoe
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Flood Risk to Assets and Socioeconomic Sectors
Mazdak ArabiAverage annual loss data (AAL) from costal floodingMiami-Dade, Browcurd, Palm BeachCensus block levelMahshid Ghanbari
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C1-1Adoption of Sustainable Water SolutionsGary PivoSocial NetworkUWIN study citiesorganizationalGary Pivo & Adam Henry2018 or later
Design and informational gaps, anyone wanting implementation
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Orgainzation's beliefes and paradigmsUWIN study citiesorganizationalGary Pivo & Adam Henry2018 or later
Design and informational gaps, anyone wanting implementation
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Water goveneanceUWIN study citieslocal governmentGary Pivo & Adam HenryComplete, except for Coloradoanyone wanting implementation
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Water innovationsUWIN study citiesorganizationalGary Pivo & Adam Henry2018 or lateranyone wanting implementation
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C2-1Homeowner adoption of new technologiesJessica BolsonAdoption of graywater systemsDenver, LA, Phoenix, TucsonHouseholdJessica BolsonMost available by Oct 2017x
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WTP for graywater systems/enviro attititudeDenver, LA, Phoenix, TucsonHouseholdJessica BolsonMost available by Oct 2017x
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Demographic data of respondantsDenver, LA, Phoenix, TucsonHouseholdJessica BolsonMost available by Oct 2017x
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C3-1Social Equity & Environmental Justice (SEEJ)Sharon HarlanSWISSH SEEJ Household SurveyUWIN study cities (plus others)Household: Zipcode area, 2017Sharon Harlan & Liz Mack2018 May
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Financial Challenge to the One Water Transition
Neil GriggSurveys of CFOs on funding outlets and challengesUWIN study citiesCity scaleAlex Maas2018x
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D1-1UWIN Envision ModelingRoy HaggertyFuture climate scenarios using MACA (RCP 4.5 & RCP 8.5)Portland
Hourly time step, decadal shapefiles at level of individual decision groups for land cover
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D2-1Cross-site Comparisons and ContrastsMazdak ArabiWater Use DataCONUSCounty level
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Land use - land cover dataCONUS30x30m
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Climate dataCONUS (1950-2016)stations
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Census block group populationCONUS (1980, 1990, 2000, 2010)
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DemographicsCONUS (1980, 1990, 2000, 2010)
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D3-1Decision Innovation SystemsMazdak ArabiUWIN City IndicatorsUWIN study citiesMazdak Arabi
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URPUWIN Undergraduate Research Program Alan BerkowitzStudent and mentor outcomesallindividual students, mentors
Alan Berkowitz, Shirley Vincent, Aude Lochet
available October after each summer
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Land use projections for S FL (Mike Flazman)? <- don't know where this post it belongs
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Link to DB Hydro, South FL Water Management District?<- don't know where this post it belongs
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