CSDMS 2023: Patterns and Processes Across Scales
How to Route Flow in a Landscape with Landlab?
In this clinic, we will use flow routing in models to determine various earth surface processes such as river incision and others. Landlab has several flow routing components that address multiflow-routing, depression-filling and the diversity of grid types. We'll see how to design a landscape evolution model with relatively rapid flow routing execution time on large grids.
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Of interest for: Marine Working GroupTerrestrial Working GroupCoastal Working GroupEducation and Knowledge Transfer (EKT) Working GroupCyberinformatics and Numerics Working GroupHydrology Focus Research GroupChesapeake Focus Research GroupCritical Zone Focus Research GroupHuman Dimensions Focus Research GroupGeodynamics Focus Research GroupEcosystem Dynamics Focus Research GroupCoastal Vulnerability InitiativeContinental Margin InitiativeArtificial Intelligence & Machine Learning InitiativeModeling Platform Interoperability InitiativeRiver Network Modeling Initiative