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Title
Network of Water Bodies Catchments
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Abstract

A tab-delimited file with a directed acyclic graph (network) of the extended water-body catchments in Germany. It was derived from a validated network of the underlying drainage basins.

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Keywords
Gewässerkörper , routing , Water bodies
Category
Inland Waters
inland water features, drainage systems and their characteristics. Examples: rivers and glaciers, salt lakes, water utilization plans, dams, currents, floods, water quality, hydrographic charts
Regions
Germany
Responsible
Attribution
Andreas Gericke, Judith Mahnkopf, Markus Venohr. Catchments of German Surface Water Bodies, Hydrological Processes, doi:10.1002/hyp.14272
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Maintenance Frequency
Data Is Updated As Deemed Necessary
Edition
1.0
Purpose

<p>Routing of the Catchments of German Surface Water Bodies, refer to their WB attribute</p>

Language
English
Data Quality
<p>Misses 3 extended water-body codes of the Dortmund-Ems-Kanal due to three unresolved cycles in the network of the drainage basins:</p> <p>- DE_RW_DENW70501_14_50!!B+G<br />- DE_RW_DENW70501_14_50!!E+I<br />- DE_RW_DENW70501_50_120!!A</p> <p>Other segments of the original water-body codes (i.e. DE_RW_DENW70501_14_50 and DE_RW_DENW70501_50_120) are in the network.</p> <p>In some cases the network deviates from the water-body geometry. The network is not reliable along canals and does not contain splittings.&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>
Supplemental Information

<p>Outlets, i.e. coastal areas or foreign water bodies, marked as to="--".</p>

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