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A manual is being prepared. Please contact us for some assistance in getting started.  +
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About this component: *The TopoFlow hydrologic model was originally written in IDL and had a complete point-and-click GUI. For more information on TopoFlow, please goto: https://csdms.colorado.edu/wiki/Model:TopoFlow. *When used from within the CSDMS Modeling Tool (CMT), this component has a "config" button which launches a graphical user interface (GUI) for changing input parameters. The GUI is a tabbed dialog with a Help button at the bottom that displays HTML help in a browser window. *Each of the hydrologic process components used by TopoFlow can now be used either as components in a larger model (such as TopoFlow) or as stand-alone "submodels". *TopoFlow has a 90+ page HTML help system and intuitive GUI that is ideal for teaching. *This component also has a configuration (CFG) file, with a name of the form: <case_prefix>_topoflow.cfg. This file can be edited with a text editor. *The Numerical Python module (numpy) is used for fast, array-based processing. *This model has an OpenMI-style interface, similar to OpenMI 2.0. Part of this interface is inherited from "CSDMS_base.py". *This version was converted from IDL to Python with the help of i2py 2.0.  +
About this component: *This component was developed as part of the TopoFlow hydrologic model, which was originally written in IDL and had a point-and-click GUI. For more information on TopoFlow, please goto: https://csdms.colorado.edu/wiki/Model:TopoFlow. *When used from within the CSDMS Modeling Tool (CMT), this component has "config" button which launches a graphical user interface (GUI) for changing input parameters. The GUI is a tabbed dialog with a Help button at the bottom that displays HTML help in a browser window. *This component also has a configuration (CFG) file, with a name of the form: <case_prefix>_channels_diff_wave.cfg. This file can be edited with a text editor. *The Numerical Python module (numpy) is used for fast, array-based processing. *This model has an OpenMI-style interface, similar to OpenMI 2.0. Part of this interface is inherited from "CSDMS_base.py".  +
About this component: *This component was developed as part of the TopoFlow hydrologic model, which was originally written in IDL and had a point-and-click GUI. For more information on TopoFlow, please goto: https://csdms.colorado.edu/wiki/Model:TopoFlow. *When used from within the CSDMS Modeling Tool (CMT), this component has "config" button which launches a graphical user interface (GUI) for changing input parameters. The GUI is a tabbed dialog with a Help button at the bottom that displays HTML help in a browser window. *This component also has a configuration (CFG) file, with a name of the form: <case_prefix>_channels_diff_wave.cfg. This file can be edited with a text editor. *The Numerical Python module (numpy) is used for fast, array-based processing. *This model has an OpenMI-style interface, similar to OpenMI 2.0. Part of this interface is inherited from "CSDMS_base.py".  +
About this component: *This component was developed as part of the TopoFlow hydrologic model, which was originally written in IDL and had a point-and-click GUI. For more information on TopoFlow, please goto: https://csdms.colorado.edu/wiki/Model:TopoFlow. *When used from within the CSDMS Modeling Tool (CMT), this component has "config" button which launches a graphical user interface (GUI) for changing input parameters. The GUI is a tabbed dialog with a Help button at the bottom that displays HTML help in a browser window. *This component also has a configuration (CFG) file, with a name of the form: <case_prefix>_channels_diff_wave.cfg. This file can be edited with a text editor. *The Numerical Python module (numpy) is used for fast, array-based processing. *This model has an OpenMI-style interface, similar to OpenMI 2.0. Part of this interface is inherited from "CSDMS_base.py".  +
About this component: *This component was developed as part of the TopoFlow hydrologic model, which was originally written in IDL and had a point-and-click GUI. For more information on TopoFlow, please goto: https://csdms.colorado.edu/wiki/Model:TopoFlow. *When used from within the CSDMS Modeling Tool (CMT), this component has "config" button which launches a graphical user interface (GUI) for changing input parameters. The GUI is a tabbed dialog with a Help button at the bottom that displays HTML help in a browser window. *This component also has a configuration (CFG) file, with a name of the form: <case_prefix>_channels_diff_wave.cfg. This file can be edited with a text editor. *The Numerical Python module (numpy) is used for fast, array-based processing. *This model has an OpenMI-style interface, similar to OpenMI 2.0. Part of this interface is inherited from "CSDMS_base.py".  +
About this component: *This component was developed as part of the TopoFlow hydrologic model, which was originally written in IDL and had a point-and-click GUI. For more information on TopoFlow, please goto: https://csdms.colorado.edu/wiki/Model:TopoFlow. *When used from within the CSDMS Modeling Tool (CMT), this component has "config" button which launches a graphical user interface (GUI) for changing input parameters. The GUI is a tabbed dialog with a Help button at the bottom that displays HTML help in a browser window. *This component also has a configuration (CFG) file, with a name of the form: <case_prefix>_channels_diff_wave.cfg. This file can be edited with a text editor. *The Numerical Python module (numpy) is used for fast, array-based processing. *This model has an OpenMI-style interface, similar to OpenMI 2.0. Part of this interface is inherited from "CSDMS_base.py".  +
About this component: *This component was developed as part of the TopoFlow hydrologic model, which was originally written in IDL and had a point-and-click GUI. For more information on TopoFlow, please goto: https://csdms.colorado.edu/wiki/Model:TopoFlow. *When used from within the CSDMS Modeling Tool (CMT), this component has "config" button which launches a graphical user interface (GUI) for changing input parameters. The GUI is a tabbed dialog with a Help button at the bottom that displays HTML help in a browser window. *This component also has a configuration (CFG) file, with a name of the form: <case_prefix>_channels_diff_wave.cfg. This file can be edited with a text editor. *The Numerical Python module (numpy) is used for fast, array-based processing. *This model has an OpenMI-style interface, similar to OpenMI 2.0. Part of this interface is inherited from "CSDMS_base.py".  +
About this component: *This component was developed as part of the TopoFlow hydrologic model, which was originally written in IDL and had a point-and-click GUI. For more information on TopoFlow, please goto: https://csdms.colorado.edu/wiki/Model:TopoFlow. *When used from within the CSDMS Modeling Tool (CMT), this component has "config" button which launches a graphical user interface (GUI) for changing input parameters. The GUI is a tabbed dialog with a Help button at the bottom that displays HTML help in a browser window. *This component also has a configuration (CFG) file, with a name of the form: <case_prefix>_channels_diff_wave.cfg. This file can be edited with a text editor. *The Numerical Python module (numpy) is used for fast, array-based processing. *This model has an OpenMI-style interface, similar to OpenMI 2.0. Part of this interface is inherited from "CSDMS_base.py".  +
About this component: *This component was developed as part of the TopoFlow hydrologic model, which was originally written in IDL and had a point-and-click GUI. For more information on TopoFlow, please goto: https://csdms.colorado.edu/wiki/Model:TopoFlow. *When used from within the CSDMS Modeling Tool (CMT), this component has "config" button which launches a graphical user interface (GUI) for changing input parameters. The GUI is a tabbed dialog with a Help button at the bottom that displays HTML help in a browser window. *This component also has a configuration (CFG) file, with a name of the form: <case_prefix>_channels_diff_wave.cfg. This file can be edited with a text editor. *The Numerical Python module (numpy) is used for fast, array-based processing. *This model has an OpenMI-style interface, similar to OpenMI 2.0. Part of this interface is inherited from "CSDMS_base.py".  +
About this component: *This component was developed as part of the TopoFlow hydrologic model, which was originally written in IDL and had a point-and-click GUI. For more information on TopoFlow, please goto: https://csdms.colorado.edu/wiki/Model:TopoFlow. *When used from within the CSDMS Modeling Tool (CMT), this component has "config" button which launches a graphical user interface (GUI) for changing input parameters. The GUI is a tabbed dialog with a Help button at the bottom that displays HTML help in a browser window. *This component also has a configuration (CFG) file, with a name of the form: <case_prefix>_channels_diff_wave.cfg. This file can be edited with a text editor. *The Numerical Python module (numpy) is used for fast, array-based processing. *This model has an OpenMI-style interface, similar to OpenMI 2.0. Part of this interface is inherited from "CSDMS_base.py".  +
About this component: *This component was developed as part of the TopoFlow hydrologic model, which was originally written in IDL and had a point-and-click GUI. For more information on TopoFlow, please goto: https://csdms.colorado.edu/wiki/Model:TopoFlow. *When used from within the CSDMS Modeling Tool (CMT), this component has "config" button which launches a graphical user interface (GUI) for changing input parameters. The GUI is a tabbed dialog with a Help button at the bottom that displays HTML help in a browser window. *This component also has a configuration (CFG) file, with a name of the form: <case_prefix>_channels_diff_wave.cfg. This file can be edited with a text editor. *The Numerical Python module (numpy) is used for fast, array-based processing. *This model has an OpenMI-style interface, similar to OpenMI 2.0. Part of this interface is inherited from "CSDMS_base.py".  +
About this component: *This component was developed as part of the TopoFlow hydrologic model, which was originally written in IDL and had a point-and-click GUI. For more information on TopoFlow, please goto: https://csdms.colorado.edu/wiki/Model:TopoFlow. *When used from within the CSDMS Modeling Tool (CMT), this component has "config" button which launches a graphical user interface (GUI) for changing input parameters. The GUI is a tabbed dialog with a Help button at the bottom that displays HTML help in a browser window. *This component also has a configuration (CFG) file, with a name of the form: <case_prefix>_channels_diff_wave.cfg. This file can be edited with a text editor. *The Numerical Python module (numpy) is used for fast, array-based processing. *This model has an OpenMI-style interface, similar to OpenMI 2.0. Part of this interface is inherited from "CSDMS_base.py".  +
About this component: *This component was developed as part of the TopoFlow hydrologic model, which was originally written in IDL and had a point-and-click GUI. For more information on TopoFlow, please goto: https://csdms.colorado.edu/wiki/Model:TopoFlow. *When used from within the CSDMS Modeling Tool (CMT), this component has "config" button which launches a graphical user interface (GUI) for changing input parameters. The GUI is a tabbed dialog with a Help button at the bottom that displays HTML help in a browser window. *This component also has a configuration (CFG) file, with a name of the form: <case_prefix>_channels_diff_wave.cfg. This file can be edited with a text editor. *The Numerical Python module (numpy) is used for fast, array-based processing. *This model has an OpenMI-style interface, similar to OpenMI 2.0. Part of this interface is inherited from "CSDMS_base.py".  +
About this component: *This component was developed as part of the TopoFlow hydrologic model, which was originally written in IDL and had a point-and-click GUI. For more information on TopoFlow, please goto: https://csdms.colorado.edu/wiki/Model:TopoFlow. *When used from within the CSDMS Modeling Tool (CMT), this component has "config" button which launches a graphical user interface (GUI) for changing input parameters. The GUI is a tabbed dialog with a Help button at the bottom that displays HTML help in a browser window. *This component also has a configuration (CFG) file, with a name of the form: <case_prefix>_channels_diff_wave.cfg. This file can be edited with a text editor. *The Numerical Python module (numpy) is used for fast, array-based processing. *This model has an OpenMI-style interface, similar to OpenMI 2.0. Part of this interface is inherited from "CSDMS_base.py".  +
About this component: *This component was developed as part of the TopoFlow hydrologic model, which was originally written in IDL and had a point-and-click GUI. For more information on TopoFlow, please goto: https://csdms.colorado.edu/wiki/Model:TopoFlow. *When used from within the CSDMS Modeling Tool (CMT), this component has "config" button which launches a graphical user interface (GUI) for changing input parameters. The GUI is a tabbed dialog with a Help button at the bottom that displays HTML help in a browser window. *This component also has a configuration (CFG) file, with a name of the form: <case_prefix>_channels_diff_wave.cfg. This file can be edited with a text editor. *The Numerical Python module (numpy) is used for fast, array-based processing. *This model has an OpenMI-style interface, similar to OpenMI 2.0. Part of this interface is inherited from "CSDMS_base.py".  +
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Active development and maintenance of the code has moved to GitHub and been incorporated within broader LSDTopoTools software package: https://github.com/LSDtopotools/LSDTopoTools2  +
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All links to documentation of WOFOST are available on the WOFOST page on the WageningenUR web site given above.  +
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All the model information can be found in: https://sites.google.com/view/olaflowcfd/home  +
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Associated paper: Salles et al., (2020). gospl: Global Scalable Paleo Landscape Evolution. Journal of Open Source Software, 5(56), 2804, https://doi.org/10.21105/joss.02804  +
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Barely started; using this as a testbed for the new CSDMS BMI interface.  +
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Barnhart, K. R., Glade, R. C., Shobe, C. M., and Tucker, G. E.: Terrainbento 1.0: a Python package for multi-model analysis in long-term drainage basin evolution, Geosci. Model Dev., 12, 1267-1297, https://doi.org/10.5194/gmd-12-1267-2019, 2019.  +
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Both codes are undergoing extensive revisions needed to incorporate them into the framework of the NearCoM Nearshore Community Model.  +
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Code is research grade.  +
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Current version is 5.0  +
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Disclaimer Although every effort is made to provide timely and accurate information, the authors, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), and the U.S. Government make no warranty, expressed or implied, as to the timeliness or accuracy of the contents of this web site, which may be updated and revised at any time. Any use of trade, product, or firm names in this publication is for descriptive purposes only and does not imply endorsement by the U.S. Government. Any links to non-Government web sites are provided for convenience only and do not imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.  +
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Email to Chris.jenkins@colorado.edu for further details, manual, code, collaboration  +
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FVCOM is an open source code ocean community model that always welcomes new users. This program is only permitted for use in non-commercial academic research and education. Users are required to register in orde to receive the source codes, demo examples, and user manuals as well as some recommended postprocessing tools.  +
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For details on the methodology and underlying benchmarking philosophy, see the following paper: Nathan Collier, Forrest M. Hoffman, David M. Lawrence, Gretchen Keppel‐Aleks, Charles D. Koven, William J. Riley, Mingquan Mu, and James T. Randerson, "The International Land Model Benchmarking (ILAMB) System: Design, Theory, and Implementation", JAMES, 10 (11), 2018, https://doi.org/10.1029/2018MS001354  +
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Form filled out by Albert Kettner from information available on the web.  +
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GOLEM was written in the 1990s by one of the creators of CHILD. Although it lacks many of the special capabilities of CHILD, it has a simpler, more compact code base (just a single C source file) and uses a raster grid data structure.  +
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I currently have an NSF-CMG grant to work with Greg Tucker, Tom Manteuffel and Steve McCormick to find faster algorithms for this type of model.  +
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Information provided by Bert Jagers  +
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Laura Moore updated this questionaire and uploaded sample simulations and a user's guide on 10/29/2012.  +
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Limitations of FACET. The accuracy of FACET output depends on the quality and resolution of the DEM used. The user should not interpret FACET stream and floodplain geomorphic measurements as a replacement for on-the-ground measurements of geomorphic characteristic. Rather, FACET provides a tool to rapidly assess patterns in geomorphic characteristics at a regional scale. Any FACET output should be screened for outliers and abnormalities.  +
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Linkages Supported: Links to GLUE (Generalized Likelihood Uncertainty Estimation) program for sensitivity/uncertainty/calibration analyses.  +
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Manual/videos/walkthroughs available through the wiki on the sourceforge site above.  +
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Mariotti, G., AC Spivak, SY Luk, G Ceccherini, M Tyrrell, ME Gonneea, (2020), Modeling the spatial dynamics of marsh ponds in New England salt marshes, Geomorphology, 107262 https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0169555X20302348  +
Mariotti, G., W.S. Kearney, S. Fagherazzi, (2016), Soil creep in salt marshes, Geology, 44 (6), 459-462.  +
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Method is also available as part of the Freeware SedLog package - see http://www.sedlog.com/  +
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Model described in: G. Mariotti, and J. Carr, (2014), Dual role of salt marsh retreat: Long-term loss and short-term resilience, WRR, DOI: 10.1002/2013WR014676. The source code reproduce figure 2 of this paper.  +
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Model description and calibration can be found in: Leonardi, N., and S. Fagherazzi (2014), How waves shape salt marshes, Geology , doi:10.1130/G35751.1. Leonardi, N., and S. Fagherazzi (2015), Local variability in erosional resistance affects large scale morphodynamic response of salt marshes to wind waves, Geophysical Research Letters, 2015GL064730, doi:10.1002/2015GL064730.  +
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Model questionnaire filled out based on website, by Albert Kettner  +
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Model requires the use of the FFTW discrete Fourier transform subroutine library. Users should independently download this library, which is available at: http://www.fftw.org  +
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Model was initially developed to interpolate between analogue experiments and landscape evolution done at the Utrecht University by George Postma and coworkers.  +
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Most recent model available from ah6p@virginia.edu.  +
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NOTICE: REGISTRATION IS NEEDED TO RECEIVE THE SOURCE CODE: http://adcirc.org/  +
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NOTICE: REGISTRATION IS NEEDED TO RECEIVE THE SOURCE CODE: http://chinacat.coastal.udel.edu/programs/funwave/funwave.html  +
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NOTICE: REGISTRATION IS NEEDED TO RECEIVE THE SOURCE CODE: http://www.hydro.washington.edu/Lettenmaier/Models/DHSVM/index.shtml  +
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NOTICE: REGISTRATION IS NEEDED TO RECEIVE THE SOURCE CODE, SEND THE OWNER A LETTER THAT YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THE SOURCE CODE: http://www.cesm.ucar.edu/models/ccsm4.0/  +
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NOTICE: code is free available through CCSM UCAR website: http://www.ccsm.ucar.edu/models/atm-cam/ No need to register  +
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Notice: Code is freely available through the following site: http://mitgcm.org/ No need to register  +
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Notice: SWAN can be freely downloaded from the next site: https://sourceforge.net/projects/swanmodel/files/swan/ No registration is needed.  +
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Particulates model is regression-based, while dissolved model is more conceptual-mechanistic. Conceptual framework and data sets in development since 2002. Integrated modeling code framework (GNE) developed in 2007; currently tested on Windows only, but can be easily adapted to other platforms.  +
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Please send any questions or comments to mark.piper@colorado.edu or csdmssupport@colorado.edu.  +
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Questionnaire is filled out by Albert Kettner  +
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Questions which arise about the module, the model it implements, and the associated theory, may be addressed by the preprint available at https://arxiv.org/abs/1801.02810.  +
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RCPWAVE is distributed as a component of the Coastal Engineering Design and Analysis System (CEDAS). http://chl.erdc.usace.army.mil/cedas  +
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Requirements To run these codes, you will need the following software: • Python 2.7 or earlier (not compatible with Python 3) The following Python packages are also required: • matplotlib • scipy • numpy • cPickle • osgeo • fiona • shapely • utilities • sklearn • seaborn • clusterpy • itertools • pandas • pysal • collections What input is required? To run this code, the following shape files are required: • network shapefile, containing the river network extracted from satellite imagery • island shapefile, containing the land masses or islands of the delta • patch shapefile, containing the outline of channels What does the code do? The file all.ipynb contains codes run the analysis. From start to finish, the Jupyter Notebook contains code blocks that: • loads in the shapefiles • calculate the parameters for the network that both surround and drain the islands • calculate the base metrics (e.g. perimeter, area, solidity, aspect ratio...) • calculates maximum distance from the island center to the nearest water body • estimates minimum, average and maximum widths of all network channels • evaluates the fractal dimension of each delta island • creates shapefiles based on the metrics calculated earlier in the code • saves all metrics to an output file • generates PCA and GeoSOM results from the island and channel metrics • plots the U-matrix and dendrogram based on the GeoSOM results  +
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Run this model via MATLAB  +
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SBEACH is distributed as a component of the Coastal Engineering Design and Analysis System (CEDAS).  +
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See ReadMe.md at https://github.com/nathandbrown/LuSS for more details.  +
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See also: https://models.slf.ch/docserver/snowpack/html/  +
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See model description, validation and analysis in: Haney, N., Cohen, S. (2015), Predicting 21st century global agricultural land use with a spatially and temporally explicit regression-based model. Applied Geography, 62: 366-376. http://sdml.ua.edu/publications/  +
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See users manual and publication: Brown, RA, Pasternack, GB, Wallender, WW. 2013. Synthetic River Valleys: Creating Prescribed Topography for Form-Process Inquiry and River Rehabilitation Design. Geomorphology 214: 40–55. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.geomorph.2014.02.025  +
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See: Version 2.0: Cohen et al. (2019), The Floodwater Depth Estimation Tool (FwDET v2.0) for Improved Remote Sensing Analysis of Coastal Flooding. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences (NHESS) Version 1.0: Cohen, S., G. R. Brakenridge, A. Kettner, B. Bates, J. Nelson, R. McDonald, Y. Huang, D. Munasinghe, and J. Zhang (2017), Estimating Floodwater Depths from Flood Inundation Maps and Topography. Journal of the American Water Resources Association (JAWRA):1–12.  +
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TRAINING Watershed Systems Modeling I (SW2008TC), offered annually at the USGS National Training Center. Watershed Systems Modeling II (SW3018TC), offered upon request at the USGS National Training Center.  +
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The CoastMorpho2D model encompasses the MarshMorpho2D v2.0 (https://csdms.colorado.edu/wiki/Model:MarshMorpho2D) but includes many other coastal processes  +
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The Early earth haze microphysical code is working, incorporating fractal particle structures. Development is needed on linking microphysics to RT. NOTICE: REGISTRATION IS NEEDED TO RECEIVE THE SOURCE CODE. SEND THE OWNER A LETTER THAT YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THE SOURCE CODE. http://www.cesm.ucar.edu/working_groups/WACCM/  +
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The code is freely available and can be applied or modified as preferred. People are asked to cite the following paper: Bogoni et al., WRR 2017. DOI: 10.1002/2017WR020726. or, alternatively, the model DOI  +
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The computation routines can be accessed from different interfaces: a console program for batch-processing data from The computation routines can be accessed from different interfaces: a console program for batch-processing data from file or for interactively entering data, a graphic user interface for Microsoft Windows (especially useful for teaching or exploring the model), a Matlab MEX function to call Sedtrans05 directly from Matlab. The FORTRAN77 routines can also easily called from other programs.  +
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The documentation about ROMS can be found in WikiROMS: https://www.myroms.org/wiki There is a very active ROMS user's forum: https://www.myroms.org/forum NOTICE: REGISTRATION IS NEEDED TO RECEIVE THE SOURCE CODE: https://www.myroms.org/index.php?page=login  +
The documentation about ROMS can be found in WikiROMS: https://www.myroms.org/wiki There is a very active ROMS user's forum: https://www.myroms.org/forum NOTICE: REGISTRATION IS NEEDED TO RECEIVE THE SOURCE CODE: https://www.myroms.org/index.php?page=login  +
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The documentation about ROMS can be found in WikiROMS: https://www.myroms.org/wiki There is a very active ROMS user's forum: https://www.myroms.org/forum NOTICE: REGISTRATION IS NEEDED TO RECEIVE THE SOURCE CODE: https://www.myroms.org/index.php?page=login  +
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The documentation about ROMS can be found in WikiROMS: https://www.myroms.org/wiki There is a very active ROMS user's forum: https://www.myroms.org/forum NOTICE: REGISTRATION IS NEEDED TO RECEIVE THE SOURCE CODE: https://www.myroms.org/index.php?page=login  +
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The model description paper is submitted to Geoscientific Model Development, which can be downloaded from the link: https://doi.org/10.5194/gmd-2017-101  +
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This entry, with the name 'Coastline Evolution Model' should replace the 'Murray model' currently listed. Thanks Albert!  +
This form is fill out by Albert Kettner  +
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This form is filled out by Albert Kettner, based on the SPARROW website  +
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This information is captured from the web and incorporated here by Albert Kettner  +
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This model is actively under development as of the spring of 2009.  +
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This model is not users' friendly. I would welcome anyone to collaborate with me to develop interface to make this model users's friendly. The unique of this model is # every module was developed based physics-based conservation principles of fluid, momentum, enery, and mass; # rigious coupling processes between media to internalize fluxes across media boundaries, # general paradigm to model water quality based on reactive biogeochemistry, # many numerical options were implemented. I have already posted the technical report. For those who are interested in "true" physics-based watershed models, please read the report and I hope you like it.  +
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This model is unlikely to become available in any form other than snapshots of output. It is provided for reference.  +
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This model supports the article Malatesta, L. C., J. P. Prancevic, and J.-P. Avouac (2017), Autogenic entrenchment patterns and terraces due to coupling with lateral erosion in incising alluvial channels, J. Geophys. Res. Earth Surf., 122, 335–355, doi:10.1002/2015JF003797.  +
B
This model was initially published as Shobe et al in Geophysical Research Letters, May 2016: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/2016GL069262/abstract Other publications are in preparation.  +
S
This module is interfaced via the Coastal Engineering Design and Analysis System (CEDAS) interface.  +
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This project was funded by NSF-CCLI program. The purpose was primarily for education.  +
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This questionnaire is filled out by Albert Kettner, based on the TOPOG website  +
N
To learn how to use the NWM data component, please try with the Jupyter Notebook tutorial at https://csdms.colorado.edu/wiki/Lab-0018  +
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To learn how to use the SoilGrids data component, please try with the CSDMS EKT Lab (including the Jupyter Notebook tutorial) at https://csdms.colorado.edu/wiki/Lab-0019  +
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To run RHESSys successfully, the user will need to invest quite a bit of time gathering both spatial and observed data, which may require additional work to format the data correctly. A sample dataset can be downloaded with tutorials to familiarize users with the data and formats required in order to run RHESSys.  +
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View the included README file for additional notes on compiling and running  +
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WRF has a rapidly growing community of users, and workshops and tutorials are held each year at NCAR. WRF is currently in operational use at NCEP, AFWA and other centers. Notice: WRF source code is freely available on the following site: http://www.mmm.ucar.edu/wrf/users/download/get_source.html So no registration is needed.  +
We have moved to an open development paradigm using GitHub, which means users and developers are no longer required to submit requests for usernames and passwords to access our software package. https://github.com/NOAA-EMC/WW3  +
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Web page includes additional information on code development, annual meetings, applications and searchable data base of over 1000 POM related journal publications. http://www.ccpo.odu.edu/POMWEB/  +
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Well documented Matlab Parameter file, HOWTO file for example catchment and detailed algorithm description with application in: Neely, A., Bookhagen, B., Burbank, D.W. (in review): Connecting Stream Transience and Hillslope Evolution: Insights from a Knickpoints Selection Algorithm applied to Santa Cruz Island, California, JGR-Earth Surface  +
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Zheng, L., Overeem, I., Wang, K., Clow, G., (2019). Changing Arctic River Dynamics Cause Localized Permafrost Thaw, Journal of Geophysical Research – Earth Surface. https://doi.org/10.1029/2019JF005060.  +
C
a routine is needed to solve a sparse linear system of equations. I have used nspcg  +
S
code not yet finished, further processes need to be incorporated (erosion, terrestrial conditions), manual needs still to be written  +
Z
code should be used for class exercises, demonstration and the like  +
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http://poc.obs-mip.fr/pages/research_topics/modelling/symphonie/symphonie.htm NOTICE: REGISTRATION IS NEEDED TO RECEIVE THE SOURCE CODE: http://sirocco.omp.obs-mip.fr/outils/Symphonie/Sources/SymphonieSource.htm  +
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http://water.usgs.gov/software/loadest/  +
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unsure what type of license  +