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# Data Supplement: U.S. state-level projections of the spatial distribution of population consistent with Shared Socioeconomic Pathways.

Zoraghein, H.; O'Neill, B.

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<dc:creator>Zoraghein, H.</dc:creator>
<dc:creator>O'Neill, B.</dc:creator>
<dc:date>2020-04-17</dc:date>
<dc:description>These data are to supplement the following in-press publication:

Zoraghein, H., and O'Neill B. (2020). U.S. state-level projections of the spatial distribution of population consistent with Shared Socioeconomic Pathways. Sustainability.

The data herein were generated using the population_gravity model which can be found here:  https://github.com/IMMM-SFA/population_gravity

CONTENTS:

zoraghein-oneill_population_gravity_inputs_outputs.zip

contains a directory for each U.S. state for inputs and outputs
inputs contain the following:

&lt;state-name&gt;_&lt;urban or rural&gt;_&lt;yr&gt;_1km.tif:  Urban and Rural population GeoTIF rasters at a 1km resolution

value per grid cell: number of humans (float)
crs: EPSG:102003 - USA_Contiguous_Albers_Equal_Area_Conic - Projected
nodata value:  -3.40282e+38

&lt;state-name&gt;_mask_short_term.tif:  Mask GeoTIF rasters at a 1km resolution that contain values from 0.0 to 1.0 for each 1 km grid cell to help calculate suitability depending on topographic and land use and land cover characteristics

value per grid cell: values from 0.0 to 1.0 (float) that are generated from topographic and land use and land cover characteristics to inform suitability as outlined in the companion publication
crs: EPSG:102003 - USA_Contiguous_Albers_Equal_Area_Conic - Projected
nodata value:  -3.40282e+38

&lt;state-name&gt;_&lt;ssp&gt;_popproj.csv:  Population projection CSV files for urban, rural, and total population (number of humans; float) for SSPs 2, 3, and 5 for years 2010-2100
&lt;state-name&gt;_coordinates.csv:  CSV file containing the coordinates for each 1 km grid cell within the target state. File includes a header with the fields XCoord, YCoord, FID.,Where data types and field descriptions are as follows: (XCoord, float, X coordinate in meters),(YCoord, float, Y coordinate in meters),(FID, int, Unique feature id)
&lt;state-name&gt;_within_indices.txt:  text file containing a file structured as a Python list (e.g. [0, 1]) that contains the index of each grid cell when flattened from a 2D array to a 1D array for the target state.
&lt;state-name&gt;_&lt;ssp&gt;_params.csv:  CSV file containing the calibration parameters (alpha_rural, beta_rural, alpha_urban, beta_urban; float) for the population_gravity model for each year from 2010-2100 in 10-year time-steps as described in the companion publication

outputs contain the following:

jones_oneill directory; these are the comparison datasets used to build Figures 7 and 8 in the companion publication

contains three directories:  SSP2, SSP3, and SSP5 that each contain a GeoTIF representing total population (number of humans; float) at 1km resolution for years 2050 and 2100.

&lt;state-name&gt;_1km_&lt;ssp&gt;_total_&lt;year&gt;_jones_oneill.tif:

value per grid cell: number of humans (float)
crs: EPSG:102003 - USA_Contiguous_Albers_Equal_Area_Conic - Projected
nodata value:  -3.40282e+38

model directory; these are the model outputs from population_gravity for SSP2, SSP3, and SSP5 that each contain a GeoTIF representing urban, rural, and total population (number of humans; float) at 1km resolution for years 2020-2100 in 10-year time-steps.

&lt;state-name&gt;_1km_&lt;ssp&gt;_&lt;urban, rural, or total&gt;_&lt;year&gt;_jones_oneill.tif:

value per grid cell: number of humans (float)
crs: EPSG:102003 - USA_Contiguous_Albers_Equal_Area_Conic - Projected
nodata value:  -3.40282e+38

zoraghein-oneill_population_gravity_national-ssp-maps.zip

Results of the population_gravity model mosaicked to the National scale at a 1km resolution and the comparison Jones and O'Neill research.  These are used to generate Figure 6 of the companion paper

National_1km_&lt;ssp&gt;_&lt;urban, rural, or total&gt;_&lt;year&gt;_jones_oneill.tif:

value per grid cell: number of humans (float)
crs: EPSG:102003 - USA_Contiguous_Albers_Equal_Area_Conic - Projected
nodata value:  -3.40282e+38

National_1km_&lt;ssp&gt;_&lt;urban, rural, or total&gt;_&lt;year&gt;.tif:

value per grid cell: number of humans (float)
crs: EPSG:102003 - USA_Contiguous_Albers_Equal_Area_Conic - Projected
nodata value:  -3.40282e+38

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<dc:subject>SSP</dc:subject>
<dc:subject>population</dc:subject>
<dc:subject>gravity model</dc:subject>
<dc:subject>IM3</dc:subject>
<dc:title>Data Supplement: U.S. state-level projections of the spatial distribution of population consistent with Shared Socioeconomic Pathways.</dc:title>
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