Dataset for "Stratification in a Reservoir Mixed by Bubble Plumes under Future Climate Scenarios"

Datasets used for the paper "Stratification in a reservoir mixed by bubble plumes under future climate scenarios". This includes models results from Blagdon Lake with both observed weather data and the downscaled future climate data. These runs cover five year intervals from 2030 to 2080 as well as 2017. These weather datasets are also given along with the scripts required to downscale the future data. Observations from Blagdon Lake from Late May to Early September 2017, including a heatwave from 2017.

Keywords:
Reservoir, Climate Change, 3D Modelling
Subjects:
Civil engineering and built environment
Climate and climate change

Cite this dataset as:
Birt, D., 2021. Dataset for "Stratification in a Reservoir Mixed by Bubble Plumes under Future Climate Scenarios". Bath: University of Bath Research Data Archive. Available from: https://doi.org/10.15125/BATH-01036.

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Data

Blagdon_Weather.mat
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Observed weather variables used for models runs forced with observed data saved as .mat files. This consists wind direction (o), wind speed (ms^-1), air temperature (C), relative humidity (decimal), pressure (Pascals), solar radiation (Wm^-2), precipitation (mday^-1), longwave radiation (Wm^-2) and a shared time array. These are derived from HadISD Global sub-daily, surface meteorological station data and Met Office MIDAS Open UK Land Surface Stations Data.

Blagdon_Observations.mat
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In-situ measurements from Blagdon Lake from two temperature chains, one made of RBR sensors another with HOBO loggers, with give location, time and temperature. These run from late May to early October at 10 minutes intervals. the rbr chain was located at latitude 51.33858 and at longitude -2.70858. The hobo chain is located at latitude 51.33116 and at longitude -2.688.

FutureModelRuns … 4-13_15.zip
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AEM3D model results for Blagdon Lake for future weather scenarios (1,4-13 and 15) for year 2040 covering from the 20th of May to early September of the given year. This files are given in mat files after processing them from NC files produced by AEM3D within MATLAB. Temperature was the main factor modeled.

FutureModelRuns … 4-13_15.zip
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AEM3D model results for Blagdon Lake for future weather scenarios (1,4-13 and 15) for year 2030 covering from the 20th of May to early September of the given year. This files are given in mat files after processing them from NC files produced by AEM3D within MATLAB. Temperature was the main factor modeled.

FutureModelRuns … 4-13_15.zip
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AEM3D model results for Blagdon Lake for future weather scenarios (1,4-13 and 15) for year 2035 covering from the 20th of May to early September of the given year. This files are given in mat files after processing them from NC files produced by AEM3D within MATLAB. Temperature was the main factor modeled.

FutureModelRuns … 4-13_15.zip
application/zip (5GB)
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AEM3D model results for Blagdon Lake for future weather scenarios (1,4-13 and 15) for year 2055 covering from the 20th of May to early September of the given year. This files are given in mat files after processing them from NC files produced by AEM3D within MATLAB. Temperature was the main factor modeled.

FutureModelRuns … 4-13_15.zip
application/zip (5GB)
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AEM3D model results for Blagdon Lake for future weather scenarios (1,4-13 and 15) for year 2065 covering from the 20th of May to early September of the given year. This files are given in mat files after processing them from NC files produced by AEM3D within MATLAB. Temperature was the main factor modeled.

FutureModelRuns … 4-13_15.zip
application/zip (5GB)
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AEM3D model results for Blagdon Lake for future weather scenarios (1,4-13 and 15) for year 2060 covering from the 20th of May to early September of the given year. This files are given in mat files after processing them from NC files produced by AEM3D within MATLAB. Temperature was the main factor modeled.

FutureModelRuns … 4-13_15.zip
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AEM3D model results for Blagdon Lake for future weather scenarios (1,4-13 and 15) for year 2050 covering from the 20th of May to early September of the given year. This files are given in mat files after processing them from NC files produced by AEM3D within MATLAB. Temperature was the main factor modeled.

FutureModelRuns … 4-13_15.zip
application/zip (5GB)
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AEM3D model results for Blagdon Lake for future weather scenarios (1,4-13 and 15) for year 2080 covering from the 20th of May to early September of the given year. This files are given in mat files after processing them from NC files produced by AEM3D within MATLAB. Temperature was the main factor modeled.

FutureModelRuns … 4-13_15.zip
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AEM3D model results for Blagdon Lake for future weather scenarios (1,4-13 and 15) for year 2075 covering from 20th of May to early September of the given year. This files are given in mat files after processing them from NC files produced by AEM3D within MATLAB. Temperature was the main factor modeled.

FutureModelRuns … 4-13_15.zip
application/zip (5GB)
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AEM3D model results for Blagdon Lake for future weather scenarios (1,4-13 and 15) for year 2070 covering from the 20th of May to early September of the given year. This files are given in mat files after processing them from NC files produced by AEM3D within MATLAB. Temperature was the main factor modeled.

FutureModelRuns … 4-13_15.zip
application/zip (5GB)
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AEM3D model results for Blagdon Lake for future weather scenarios (1,4-13 and 15) for year 2045 covering from the 20th of May to early September of the given year. This files are given in mat files after processing them from NC files produced by AEM3D within MATLAB. Temperature was the main factor modeled.

Downscaled_Future_Weather.mat
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Downscaled weather yearly from 2030 to 2080 with all future weather scenarios used (1,4-13 and 15). These were used to force future models. These files consists wind direction (o), wind speed (ms^-1), air temperature (C), relative humidity (decimal), pressure (Pascals), solar radiation (Wm^-2), precipitation (mday^-1), longwave radiation (Wm^-2) and a shared time array for each of the year covering from early January to late December of the year in question.

Blagdon2017Model_Cal.mat
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Results from the calibration run of Blagdon Lake in AEM3D using observed weather. This was run from late May to the end of June and has saved data from the location of the two observational temperature chains.

Blagdon2017Model_Val.mat
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Results from the validation run of Blagdon Lake in AEM3D using observed weather. These ran from July to early October and has saved data from the location of the two observational temperature chains.

BlagdonBath.mat
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Latitude, longitude and depths of Blagden Lake. In a .mat file on a grid of 25 meter side cells

Code

Downscaling_Functions.zip
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Functions used to downscale daily weather, including the tuning function to be used with observed weather (DSS_Cal) and down-scaling future weather (DDS_Fut). Within the function the studies where the methodology was derived from is discussed.

Creators

David Birt
University of Bath

Contributors

Jun Zang
Supervisor
University of Bath

Lee Bryant
Supervisor
University of Bath

Emily Slavin
Data Collector
Drinking Water Inspectorate,

University of Bath
Rights Holder

Coverage

Collection date(s):

From 20 May 2017 to 6 October 2017

Documentation

Data collection method:

Two temperature chains were deployed within Blagdon Lake from May to September in 2017. These recorded every 10 munities at a meter resolution. These were anchored with weights to prevent drifting and with a floatation device at the surface to keep the rope taught. These were deployed and recovered via boats.

Data processing and preparation activities:

Data files produced form AEM3D were processed in MATLAB

Technical details and requirements:

MATLAB or other software that can read .mat files is required to read the results. The 2018 version of AEM3D was used to run the models.

Additional information:

The Model results are saved inside of MATLAB structure called "Data" within each of the saved model run mat files. This includes all the model outputs saved from the model.

Funders

Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC)
https://doi.org/10.13039/501100000266

Centre for Doctoral Training
EP/L016214/1

Natural Environment Research Council (NERC)
https://doi.org/10.13039/501100000270

Centre for Doctoral Training
NE/L002434/1

Publication details

Publication date: 8 September 2021
by: University of Bath

Version: 1

DOI: https://doi.org/10.15125/BATH-01036

URL for this record: https://researchdata.bath.ac.uk/id/eprint/1036

Related papers and books

Birt, D., Wain, D., Slavin, E., Zang, J., Luckwell, R. and Bryant, L. D., 2021. Stratification in a Reservoir Mixed by Bubble Plumes under Future Climate Scenarios. Water, 13(18), p.2467. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3390/w13182467.

Contact information

Please contact the Research Data Service in the first instance for all matters concerning this item.

Contact person: David Birt

Departments:

Faculty of Engineering & Design
Architecture & Civil Engineering

Research Centres & Institutes
Water Innovation and Research Centre (WIRC)