research data . Dataset . 2021

SMAP-HydroBlocks: Hyper-resolution satellite-based soil moisture over the continental United States

Vergopolan, Noemi; Chaney, Nathaniel W.; Pan, Ming; Sheffield, Justin; Beck, Hylke E.; Ferguson, Craig R.; Torres-Rojas, Laura; Wood, Eric F.;
Open Access
  • Published: 18 Aug 2021
  • Publisher: Zenodo
SMAP-HydroBlocks (SMAP-HB) is a hyper-resolution satellite-based surface soil moisture product that combines NASA's Soil Moisture Active-Passive (SMAP) L3 Enhance product, hyper-resolution land surface modeling, radiative transfer modeling, machine learning, and in-situ observations. The dataset was developed over the continental United States at 30-m 6-hourly resolution (2015–2019), and it reports the top 5-cm surface soil moisture in volumetric units (m3/m3). This repository contains the following two versions of the SMAP-HydroBlocks dataset: SMAP-HydroBlocks data in the Hydrological Response Unit (HRU) space. Storing the data in...
free text keywords: SMAP, HydroBlocks, hyper-resolution, soil moisture, hydrology, remote sensing, satellite, machine learning
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