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|Deltas: Dynamics, Morphology and Observing of delta processes and human impacts
Short course on defining the delta environment and its processes, how remote-sensing data is used in deltas, and how humans are impacting deltas
|Source to Sink Systems around the World
Chapman Conference Keynote Lectures
Concepts of sediment dispersal from land origins to marine accumulation: source to sink.
Sediment production in uplands, transfer in rivers and coasts and deposition in the marine domain.
|Plug and Play Component Technology
CSDMS IF staff
An introduction in CSDMS models, components, and plug and play technology as a general concept, and a practical introduction into CMT in this context.
|Surface Dynamics Modeling
These presentations are part of a graduate student short course on "Surface Dynamics Modeling".
|Short Course on Source To Sink Modeling
Irina Overeem and Albert Kettner
These presentations focus on modeling of a drainage basin and its sediment supply to a marine basin over medium to long time-scales, intended for graduate level teaching.
This short course consists of 4 presentations.
These presentations focus on Geological Modeling over medium to long time-scales, intended for graduate level teaching in geology and petroleum engineering. This course consists of 7 presentations.
| 1D Sediment Transport
These modules are developed as an online resource on sediment transport modeling intended for graduate level courses. Excel files serve as illustration and excercises with different topics. Part of the Excel files contain Visual Basic for Applications code.
|Morphodynamics of Rivers
These modules are developed as an online resource on river morphodynamics intended for graduate level courses.
| Quantitative Earth-Surface Dynamics Modeling
James P.M. Syvitski
These presentations form a overview course on Earth-surface Dynamics Modeling & Model Coupling, intended for graduate level.