This interactive interface created with
can be used to explore maps, graphs, and tables of projected climate
change impacts on the hydrology of the Wabash River Basin. The dataset behind these visualizations consists of outputs from the
computer-based watershed model
The climate change projections
used to drive the SWAT model are freely available
The model results presented have been published in an
open-access peer-reviewed journal article.
This dataset can be used to facilitate teaching and scholarly research collaboration. If you use
the dataset, please cite the paper:
Dierauer, J.R. and Zhu, C. (2020). Drought in the twenty-first century in a water-rich region: modeling
study of the Wabash River watershed, USA. Water, 12(1). https://doi.org/10.3390/w12010181
The Wabash River Basin hydrological model is a live model. It will be continually updated
with new and better data and additional model components, such as 3-dimensional groundwater flow.