# Property:Describe output parameters model

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F

Dynamic variables:
# water energy
# depositional (seafloor) slope
Final output:
# carbonate productivity rate
# depositional facies +

B

Elevation and slope arrays as well as optional information about bed cover and shear stress distributions, as well as block size distributions and incision rate records. +

K

Elevation, Biomass, Accretion Rate, Erosion Rate, and other characteristics of every cell in domain. Also outputs spatially averaged statistics. +

G

L

S

Estimated post-storm beach profile, cross-shore profile of: maximum wave height; maximum water elevation plus setup; volume change +

D

Estimates of the erosional history and spatial patterns and model diagnostic plots. +

R

Evolving 3D cellspace and 2D elevation map +

S

Extent and thickness of the ice sheet, Velocity field, Temperature field, Water content field (temperate regions), Age of the ice, Isostatic displacement and temperature of the lithosphere. +

B

Extent, and elevation, and cross-shore boundary locations of barrier, marsh (back-barrier and mainland), bay, and forest ecosystems; organic and mineral deposition; shoreline locations; dune elevations; overwash & shoreface fluxes +

N

Filtered DEM: A new, filtered DEM in *.flt binary format.
Noise: A *.flt binary format grid of the filtered noise. +

G

Flow rates, depths, soil moisture, sediment fluxes, erosion/deposition, contaminant/nutrient fluxes and concentrations, groundwater levels, reservoir storages. +

L

W

Fluid velocity, pressure, temperature, salinity, concentrations, thermal flexes, and matrial fluxes at all nodes at any desired time. volumetric, energy, and mass balance at all types of boundaries and the entire boundary at any specified time. Br>For details refer to Yeh et al., 2005 Technical Report on WASH123D +

R

For a single image: centerlines, widths, channel direction, curvatures
For multiple images: (centerline) migration areas, erosion and accretion areas, cutoffs, cutoff statistics, channel belt boundaries, grid generation to map spatial changes, spacetime maps of changes in planform variables +

G

Free-surface flow and wave action through time.
Erosion and deposition through time.
Optionally, compaction, including porosity reduction. +

W

From wave heights to spectral data, see manual +

T

L

Geometry of river entrenchment thought time +

G

S

W

Gravity flow velocity, Depth-integrated sediment load, down-slope sediment flux, flux convergence or divergence, erosion or deposition rate. +

P

A

Grid of deposition of different grains over time.
The model generates postscript files of stratigraphic sections. +

L

S

Grids of topography +

D

Grids of water surface elevation, discharge, bed elevation, and vegetation density values for each cell. Additionally, sand fraction of each vertical cell within a grid cell. +

C

H, fluxes, discharge, catchment geom, etc, at all time steps, as welle as grid connectivity +

H

HSPF produces a time history of the runoff flow rate, sediment load, and
nutrient and pesticide concentrations, along with a time history of water
quantity and quality at any point in a watershed. Simulation results can be
processed through a frequency and duration analysis routine that produces
output compatible with conventional toxicological measures (e.g., 96-hour
LC50). +

Hexagon DEM, flow direction, flow accumulation, stream grid, stream segment, stream order, stream confluence, subbasin, watershed boundary, etc. +

T

G

Hydrologic model discretization, input files for GSFLOW, output files from GSFLOW (hydrologic model) +

S

In addition to modeling the generation and transport of runoff flows, SWMM can also estimate the production of pollutant loads associated with this runoff. The following processes can be modeled for any number of user-defined water quality constituents:
* dry-weather pollutant buildup over different land uses
* pollutant washoff from specific land uses during storm events
* direct contribution of rainfall deposition
* reduction in dry-weather buildup due to street cleaning
* reduction in washoff load due to BMPs
* entry of dry weather sanitary flows and user-specified external inflows at any point in the drainage system
* routing of water quality constituents through the drainage system
* reduction in constituent concentration through treatment in storage units or by natural processes in pipes and channels +

It can output local velocity, vorticity, concentration, stream-function, and all derivatives of velocity necessary to calculate dissipation, viscous momentum diffusion, kinetic energy flux, work by pressure forces, and change in kinetic energy. These quantities are written out in a binary file.
It also has routines for calculating the local height profile and tip position of gravity currents and internal bores, which are outputted every time step and stored as ASCII txt files. +

C

It outputs all the variables used in the advection-diffusion equation describing bed evolution for both shallow water wave assumptions (all labeled as *_s) and linear theory (labeled as *_lh). +

E

Key indices, Mortalities, Consumption, Respiration, Niche overlap, Electivity, Search rates and Fishery forms. +

S

G

F

Major quantities: mud floc concentration, flow velocity in longshelf and cross-shelf direction. Other quantities: TKE, turbulent dissipation rate, floc size (if floc dynamics turn on), bottom stress. +

D

P

Q

Maps of geomorphology, discharge, deposition, isopachs, stratigraphic thickness, grain size, contour, subsidence, and environment +

G

Marsh boundary - gives the position of the backbarrier marsh edge through time
Shorelines - gives the position of the barrier shoreline through time
step number - saves the surface morphology and stratigraphy for the model at each time step +

W

M

Marsh elevation
Pond area and location +

C

L

Matlab variables, Matlab graphs +

D

Matrices of:
Water surface elevation;
Water unit discharge and velocity field;
Delta surface elevation and bathymetry;
Stratigraphy
(User can choose which time step to output) +

M

Microsoft Excel tables +

T

Model Interface Capabilities:
There are three options available in the program interface:
* The Hydrograph Prediction Option: This option allows the model to be run and hydrographs displayed. If a Topographic Index Map File is available, then a map button is displayed that allows the display of predicted simulation, either as a summary over all timesteps or animated.
* The Sensitivity Analysis Option: This screen allows the sensitivity of the objective functions to changes of one or more of the parameters to be explored.
* The Monte Carlo Analysis Option: In this option a large number of runs of the model can be made using uniform random samples of the parameters chosen for inclusion in the analysis. Check boxes can be used to choose the variables and objective functions to be saved for each run. The results file produced will be compatible with the GLUE analysis software package. +

R

Model output:
* Complex amplitude,
* Wave Heights and angles
* Radiation stresses and forcing terms
* Wave induced mass flux
* Velocity moments for bottom stress calculation +

E

Model returns modified 'topographic__elevation', the model grid field holding model node elevations. +

M

A

NetCDF file (.sww) of x, y, elevation, flow depth, x and y momentum, and sediment concentration (all optional) +

C

Netcdf binaries of velocities and elevation screenshots in Master grid
�Netcdf binary of maximum water surface elevation in Master grid
�Netcdf Time histories of the water surface elevation at virtual gages;
Netcdf binaries of boundary input time-series for the enclosed grids, one �file for each boundary (east, west, north, south) +

S

Nodal field data: velocity, temperature
Element-centered (discontinuous) field data: strain rate, stress, plastic strain, etc. +

A

Numpy array of channel and overbank deposit +

M

Options (can be turned on or off):
Print evolving bed to screen.
A file with the bed with each time step, or at intermediate steps.
A file with the spectra of bed at each time step, or at intermediate steps.
A file with statistics (eg, rms roughness of bed) +

K

Output Files:
1. stage -- array containing information on flow at the edges of the model domain
2. depth -- flow depth at each grid cell at the end of the simulation
3. vel -- flow velocity at each grid cell at the end of the simulation
4. maxdepth -- maximum flow depth at each grid cell
4. maxvel -- maximum flow velocity at each grid cell +

E

K

Output data are written as GeoTIFF files, shapefiles, CSV files. +

I

Output drainage area, true drainage area, and initial guess:
64 bit float ('double')
Row major order is used.
The drainage area of cells with no drainage to or from them, such as ocean
cells, will be the area of the cell itself (1.0, if all cells are given
unit area). +

S

Output files provide snapshots of the bedform domain during its evolution. They containing elevation of bedform domain, the percentage full of sediment for all cells in the top layer, and the percent of coarse material in those top cells. Furthermore, there is output for the percent coarse of every cell in the domain (not just the top layer) for analyzing stratigraphic profiles. +

C

Output is '.dat' files showing vegetation cover density and DEM of the model domain at specified time intervals +

G

Output parameters:
* Marsh boundary - gives the position of the backbarrier marsh edge through time
* Shorelines - gives the position of the barrier shoreline through time
* step number - saves the surface morphology and stratigraphy for the model at each time step +

O

Outputs are m and r values, plus p values indicating the probability that the calculated m and r values could occur by chance. Graphical output is produced showing the vertical section of strata, a transition probability matrix for the facies, a histogram of facies frequency, a plot of the m value calculated from observed strata versus the m values calculated from Monte Carlo modelling of shuffled equivalent strata, and a plot of the r value calculated from observed strata versus the r values calculated from Monte Carlo modelling of shuffled equivalent strata. +

Outputs are plots of the vertical succession input along with a series of transition probability matrices and facies orders indicating the more and less ordered arrangements of facies +

L

Outputs complete Matlab workspace at user-defined intervals. Outputs surface plots at user-defined intervals.
Some scripts are included for additional visualization of output. +

C

Outputs include grids of surface elevation, drainage area, gradient, stratigraphy, drainage direction, Voronoi cell areas, sediment texture; data on mesh configuration; total landscape volume and change in volume at each storm (time step); list of storm durations, timing, and intensities. +

P

PIHM v2.0 uses Net_CDF for state and flux output. Details are under development (April 2009) and will be complete July 2009 +

G

PRMS:
http://wwwbrr.cr.usgs.gov/projects/SW_MoWS/software/oui_and_mms_s/prms.shtml
MODFLOW
http://water.usgs.gov/nrp/gwsoftware/modflow2005/modflow2005.html +

1

Parameters used for simulations by the MCMC algorithm and their likelihood compared to the field data. +

G

I

Predict the evolution of glaciers, icefields, or ice sheets +

G

Primary outputs: N, P, Si, and C yields and loads by river basin and nutrient form. Secondary outputs: Source attribution by nutrient form and main natural and anthropogenic inputs to watersheds. Total Suspended Solids are also predicted. +

P

Produce 5 output files (ESRI ASCII format):
# HI.txt - pixel scale hypsometric integral;
# max_elev.txt - the maximum elevation of the catchment flowing thorough each pixel;
# Elev_Acc.txt - the sum of the elevation (m) of all the pixels flowing thorough each pixel;
# flowacc.txt - Contributing area in pixels;
To change the names of the output files, edit the last section of the source code.
# junctions.txt - how many of a pixel's 8 neighbors flow into it; +

M

RAW image files of elevation and shaded relief.
ASCII file of elevations at specified times.
ASCII files of other state variables as desired at specified times.
Iteration-by-iteration summary file +

R

ROMSBuilder creates the new component in home directory under "~/.cmt/components". It is safer not to edit the directory. Once a component is successfully created the next one goes relatively faster. To open the project user should go to "My Project > ROMSBuilder". The new project can only be seen by the owner. To share the project with the rest of the community please contact CSDMS.
Notes:
Please wait for ROMSBuilder to finish before creating the next component. Overall run time is almost an hour for the first component.
"Performance efficient mode" is not meant for ROMSBuilder, hence please avoid setting it on the tab dialogs.
Default configuration settings is always that of UPWELLING. Please edit the config values to run your new roms component. +

G

A

Real-world grid cell surface area
Wind velocity
Wind shear velocity
Wind direction
Bed level above reference
Water level above reference
Wave height
Equilibrium sediment concentration integrated over saltation height
Instantaneous sediment concentration integrated over saltation height
Instantaneous sediment flux
Sediment entrainment
Weights of sediment fractions
Weights of sediment fractions based on grain size distribution in the air
Weights of sediment fractions based on grain size distribution in the bed
Shear velocity threshold
Bed composition layer thickness
Moisure content
Salt content
Sediment mass in bed +

B

Resultant barrier island configuration and sediment distribution along the continental shelf as results of the effects of five different processes: reworking of the beach profile, inner-shelf sediment redistribution, overwash, laggonal deposition and aeolian sediment reworking. +

S

Returns/updates Landlab grid fields:
'topographic__elevation' : Topographic surface elevation
'bedrock__elevation' : Bedrock surface elevation
'soil__depth' : Depth of alluvial layer on river bed
'sediment__flux' : Sediment flux out of each grid node +

A

M

River profiles, sediment transport rates, alluvial cover depths and channel bed elevations. +

O

S

SPARROW is designed to describe the spatial patterns in water quality and the factors that affect it. SPARROW models are developed using mass balance constraints to quantify the relation between stream constituent load (the mass of the constituent being transported by the stream) and the sources and losses of mass in watersheds. Thus the models are inherently designed to predict load (mass per time) for all stream reaches in the modeling region. However, the predictions of stream load can be modified to provide a variety of water-quality metrics that can support various types of assessments.
The SPARROW prediction metrics include constituent yields, concentrations, and source contributions to stream loads:
*Constituent yields
*Constituent concentrations
*Source contributions to stream loads +

SWAN can provide output on uniform, recti-linear spatial grids that are independent from the input grids and from the computational grid. In the computation with a curvi-linear computational grid, curvi-linear output grids are available in SWAN. This also holds for triangular meshes. An output grid has to be specified by the user with an arbitrary resolution, but it is of course wise to choose a resolution that is fine enough to show relevant spatial details. It must be pointed out that the information on an output grid is obtained from the computational grid by bi-linear interpolation (output always at computational time level). This implies that some inaccuracies are introduced by this interpolation. It also implies that bottom or current information on an output plot has been obtained by interpolating twice: once from the input grid to the computational grid and once from the computational grid to the output grid. If the input-, computational- and output grids are identical, then no interpolation errors occur.
In the regions where the output grid does not cover the computational grid, SWAN assumes output values equal to the corresponding exception value. For example, the default exception value for the significant wave height is -9. The exception values of output quantities can be changed by means of the QUANTITY command.
In nonstationary computations, output can be requested at regular intervals starting at a given time always at computational times. +

Sediment properties that include (but are not limited to) bulk density, grain size, porosity, and permeability. These are averaged over are user-specified vertical resolution (typically mm to cm).
Sea-floor properties that include slope, water depth, and sand fraction. +

N

G

See documentation: https://bmi-geotiff.readthedocs.io +

T

See documentation: https://bmi-topography.readthedocs.io +

W

See documentation: https://bmi-wavewatch3.readthedocs.io +

G

See documentation: https://pymt-gridmet.readthedocs.io +

H

See included readme +

F

G

See paper +

N

See results of related publication by J. A. Czuba. +

R

See results of related publications by J. A. Czuba. +