HydroATLAS represents a global compendium of hydro-environmental sub-basin and river reach characteristics at 15 arc-second resolution.
HydroATLAS is a comprehensive database gathering and presenting a wide range of hydro-environmental attributes from existing global datasets in a consistent and organized manner. HydroATLAS is divided in two datasets, BasinATLAS and RiverATLAS, which represent sub-basin delineations (polygons) and the river network (lines), respectively. HydroATLAS offers attributes organized in seven categories: hydrology; physiography; climate; land cover & use; soils & geology; and anthropogenic influences. In its first version, HydroATLAS will offer over 50 hydro-environmental variables, partitioned into more than 250 individual attributes.
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For more information, please refer to our current draft versions of the Technical Documentation and the associated BasinATLAS Catalog and RiverATLAS Catalog, respectively.
The data will be made available in ESRI Geodatabase format (coming soon...).
For more information on this project please contact Dr. Bernhard Lehner