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Research Article

Improving the Performance of Temperature Index Snowmelt Model of SWAT by Using MODIS Land Surface Temperature Data

Table 2

Basic information of linear regression stations.

IDStation*LatitudeLongitudeElevation (m)LULC*NIDN_Station*LatitudeLongitudeElevation (m)LULCP_Code*Dis* (km)

131300053.700127.300229Shrub1N31295053.467125.817370Shrub1-1N101.39
231348053.050136.033153Forest2N31416052.417136.50073Wetland2-2N77.24
331388052.350129.917208Wetland3N31459051.350130.433261Shrub3-3N116.79
431418052.283135.800201Shrub4N31416052.417136.50073Wetland4-4N49.95
531442051.983127.650281Forest5N31445051.450128.116197Agriculture5-5N67.47
631478052.267133.983902Wetland6N31474051.633133.267384Forest6-6N86.02
731873045.867133.733101Wetland7N50983045.767132.967103Agriculture 7-7N61.30
831878045.083133.53398Wetland8N31873045.867133.733101Wetland8-8N87.38

Station is the WMO code of stations used for validation of new created data and SWAT model; N_Station shows the WMO code of the nearest station for each station in the “Station” column; P_code is the station pair name, LULC is the land cover type, and Dis is distance between the two stations.

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