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Dynamic variables: # water energy # depositional (seafloor) slope Final output: # carbonate productivity rate # depositional facies  +
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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.  +
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Elevation, Biomass, Accretion Rate, Erosion Rate, and other characteristics of every cell in domain. Also outputs spatially averaged statistics.  +
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Elevation, drainage area, and related gridded information.  +
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Estimated constituent loads  +
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Estimated post-storm beach profile, cross-shore profile of: maximum wave height; maximum water elevation plus setup; volume change  +
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Estimates of the erosional history and spatial patterns and model diagnostic plots.  +
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Evolving 3D cellspace and 2D elevation map  +
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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.  +
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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  +
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Filtered DEM: A new, filtered DEM in *.flt binary format. Noise: A *.flt binary format grid of the filtered noise.  +
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Flow rates, depths, soil moisture, sediment fluxes, erosion/deposition, contaminant/nutrient fluxes and concentrations, groundwater levels, reservoir storages.  +
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Flow velocities at N levels in the vertical, assuming a logarithmic velocity profile  +
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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  +
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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  +
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Free-surface flow and wave action through time. Erosion and deposition through time. Optionally, compaction, including porosity reduction.  +
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From wave heights to spectral data, see manual  +
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Gaussian distribution of instantaneous turbulent fluid shear stresses at the bed  +
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Geometry of river entrenchment thought time  +
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Glacier thickness and elevation  +
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Graphical Display and surface plot  +
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Gravity flow velocity, Depth-integrated sediment load, down-slope sediment flux, flux convergence or divergence, erosion or deposition rate.  +
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Grid of Sediment rate in m/day for specified grain size classes  +
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Grid of deposition of different grains over time. The model generates postscript files of stratigraphic sections.  +
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Gridding component provides ASCII and/or netCDF output of grid geometry.  +
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Grids of topography  +
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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.  +
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H, fluxes, discharge, catchment geom, etc, at all time steps, as welle as grid connectivity  +
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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.  +
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Hydrologic information derived from DEM  +
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Hydrologic model discretization, input files for GSFLOW, output files from GSFLOW (hydrologic model)  +
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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.  +
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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).  +
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Key indices, Mortalities, Consumption, Respiration, Niche overlap, Electivity, Search rates and Fishery forms.  +
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Land cover and elevation prediction rasters under SLR conditions through 2100.  +
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Long profile (x, z); output sediment discharge  +
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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.  +
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Mangrove properties and Delft3D-FM output  +
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Many: pressure, saturation, temperature, energy fluxes, flow, etc.  +
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Maps of geomorphology, discharge, deposition, isopachs, stratigraphic thickness, grain size, contour, subsidence, and environment  +
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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  +
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Marsh depth, mudflat depth, mudflat width  +
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Marsh elevation Pond area and location  +
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Mass, atoms, landslide size, fluvial residence time, mixed mass and atoms fraction  +
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Matlab variables, Matlab graphs  +
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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)  +
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Microsoft Excel tables  +
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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.  +
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Model output: * Complex amplitude, * Wave Heights and angles * Radiation stresses and forcing terms * Wave induced mass flux * Velocity moments for bottom stress calculation  +
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Model returns modified 'topographic__elevation', the model grid field holding model node elevations.  +
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Morphodynamic evolution of a quasi-2D single-thread channel  +
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NetCDF file (.sww) of x, y, elevation, flow depth, x and y momentum, and sediment concentration (all optional)  +
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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)  +
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Nodal field data: velocity, temperature Element-centered (discontinuous) field data: strain rate, stress, plastic strain, etc.  +
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Numpy array of channel and overbank deposit  +
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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)  +
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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  +
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Output are grids of 3D surface evolution in HDF5  +
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Output data are written as GeoTIFF files, shapefiles, CSV files.  +
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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).  +
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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.  +
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Output is '.dat' files showing vegetation cover density and DEM of the model domain at specified time intervals  +
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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  +
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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  +
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Outputs complete Matlab workspace at user-defined intervals. Outputs surface plots at user-defined intervals. Some scripts are included for additional visualization of output.  +
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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.  +
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PIHM v2.0 uses Net_CDF for state and flux output. Details are under development (April 2009) and will be complete July 2009  +
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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  +
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Parameters used for simulations by the MCMC algorithm and their likelihood compared to the field data.  +
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Please see: http://geotopmodel.github.io/geotop/  +
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Predict the evolution of glaciers, icefields, or ice sheets  +
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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.  +
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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;  +
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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  +
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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.  +
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Rasters containing the relative area of a specific land use in the future.  +
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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  +
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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.  +
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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  +
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River positions with time  +
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River profiles, sediment transport rates, alluvial cover depths and channel bed elevations.  +
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River width  +
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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.  +
Sediment transport rates, cross section geometry, bed material, flow and sediment output  +
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See documentation.  +
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See documentation: https://bmi-geotiff.readthedocs.io  +
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See documentation: https://bmi-topography.readthedocs.io  +
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See documentation: https://bmi-wavewatch3.readthedocs.io  +
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See documentation: https://pymt-gridmet.readthedocs.io  +
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See manual, that is uploaded.  +
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See paper  +
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See results of related publication by J. A. Czuba.  +
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See results of related publications by J. A. Czuba.  +
See the readme file.  +
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See user manual  +
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See: (http://adcirc.org) *Screen Output (fort.6) * General Diagnostic Output (fort.16) * Iterative Solver ITPACKV 2D Diagnostic Output (fort.33) * 3D Density, Temperature and/or Salinity at Specified Recording Stations (fort.41) * 3D Velocity at Specified Recording Stations (fort.42) * 3D Turbulence at Specified Recording Stations (fort.43) * 3D Density, Temperature and/or Salinity at All Nodes in the Model Grid (fort.44) * 3D Velocity at All Nodes in the Model Grid (fort.45) * 3D Turbulence at All Nodes in the Model Grid (fort.46) * Elevation Harmonic Constituents at Specified Elevation Recording Stations (fort.51) * Depth-averaged Velocity Harmonic Constituents at Specified Velocity Recording Stations (fort.52) * Elevation Harmonic Constituents at All Nodes in the Model Grid (fort.53) * Depth-averaged Velocity Harmonic Constituents at All Nodes in the Model Grid (fort.54) * Harmonic Constituent Diagnostic Output (fort.55) * Elevation Time Series at Specified Elevation Recording Stations (fort.61) * Depth-averaged Velocity Time Series at Specified Velocity Recording Stations (fort.62) * Elevation Time Series at All Nodes in the Model Grid (fort.63) * Depth-averaged Velocity Time Series at All Nodes in the Model Grid (fort.64) * Hot Start Output (fort.67, fort.68) * Atmospheric Pressure Time Series at Specified Meteorological Recording Stations (fort.71) * Wind Velocity Time Series at Specified Meteorological Recording Stations (fort.72) * Atmospheric Pressure Time Series at All Nodes in the Model Grid (fort.73) * Wind Stress or Velocity Time Series at All Nodes in the Model Grid (fort.74) * Depth-averaged Scalar Concentration Time Series at Specified Concentration Recording Stations (fort.81) * Depth-averaged Scalar Concentration Time Series at All Nodes in the Model Grid (fort.83) * Depth-averaged Density Fields at Specified Recording Stations (fort.91) * Depth-averaged Density Fields at All Nodes in the Model Grid (fort.93)  +
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See: https://swat.tamu.edu/  +
Selected Wave Spectra Selected Wave Parameters Wave Parameter Fields Breaker Index Fields Radiation Stress Gradient Fields  +
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Several state variables (soil moisture, groundwater table, stream head, interception, surface state and snow depth) and fluxes (3 components of evapotranspiration) 10 stream component fluxes for each reach, infiltration, recharge, lateral flux)  +
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Shoreline and alluvial-bedrock transition trajectories over time. Future versions of the model will include the profile evolution.  +
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Shoreline position, breaking wave information, estimated longshore sand transport rates.  +
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Simple ascii files containing x and z coordinates of points at end of run. Optional output of figure in .eps format.  +
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Snow melt  +
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Snowpack creates various output files: * the current state of its soil and snow layers in ".sno" files; * the current state of its hazard relevant data in ".haz" files; * a time serie of snow profiles; * a time serie of the meteorological data and fluxes as used in the model.  +
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Solute concentrations as a function of space and time  +
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Storm, monthly, yearly, or average annual runoff, soil loss, and sediment yield from a hillslope profile. Spatial distribution of soil erosion and deposition on slope profiles. Graphical output available of 92 parameters from continuous model simulations (including precip, temperatures, runoff, soil loss, sediment yield, biomass production, residue cover, etc.). Soil output text file, water balance output text file, plant output text file, storm event output file, overland flow element summary line output file.  +
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Temperature distribution with depth Active Layer Depth Freezing/Thawing day  +
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Temporally evolving longitudinal profile and cross-sectional average flows of a 1D river  +
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The Landlab OverlandFlow component outputs data as Landlab fields - numpy arrays containing data with the associated CSDMS standard name, listed below: 'surface_water__depth' : NumPy array of length nnodes. Water depths at a given time step. 'surface_water__discharge' : NumPy array of length nlinks. Water discharge values at a given time step. 'water_surface__gradient' : NumPy array of length nlinks. Water surface gradient at a given time step.  +
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The PBS wraps ILAMB, which produces tabular and graphical statistics from a benchmark analysis. These outputs can be viewed in ILAMB, or downloaded to a user's local machine as a tarball.  +
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The WBMplus model can output any variables used for the water balance and transport calculations. WBMsed unique output are: sediment-flux, over-bank water discharge, and all the BQART parameters.  +
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The code outputs the following text files: “topoout.txt” – elevation for each grid point at the end of the simulation “depth.txt” – flow depth at each grid point at the end of the simulation “uh.txt” – value of conserved variable UH at each grid point “vh.txt” – value of conserved variable VH at each grid point “ch.txt” – value of conserved variable CH at each grid point “m.txt” – mass of sediment in the deposited layer at each grid point “c.txt” – sediment concentration at each grid point “vel.txt” – flow velocity at each grid point “stage.txt” – time series data (time (s), flow depth, flow velocity, and sediment concentration) at the outlet pixel “maxvel.txt” – maximum flow velocity recorded at each grid point throughout the simulation “maxdepth.txt” -- maximum flow depth recorded at each grid point throughout the simulation “saveflow.txt” – time series data (flow depth, flow velocity, sediment concentration) at user specified grid points “topomovie.txt” – elevation data at different times throughout the simulation (specified in the code by “printinterval”) “depthmovie.txt” – flow depth at different times throughout the simulation “velocitymovie.txt” – flow velocity at different times throughout the simulation “cmovie.txt” – sediment concentration at different times throughout the simulation “Mmovie.txt” – mass of sediment in the deposited layer at different times throughout the simulation  +
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The component provides monthly temperature data in degrees Celcius. Within the CSDMS framework, the component generates an NetCDF file of a stacked grid of monthly temperatures over the specified region.  +
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The computed outflow from any flow plane, pipe, or channel segment for each storm period may be written to the output file or to the WDM file. A summary of the measured and simulated rainfall, runoff, and peak flows is written to the output file. A flat file containing the storm rainfall, measured flow (if available), and simulated flow at user selected sites can be generated. A flat file for each storm containing the total rainfall, the measured peak flow (if available), and the simulated peak flow for user-selected sites can be generated.  +
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The data component provides monthly temperature as a NetCDF file for the region of Alaska  +
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The following output files are available to the user, depending on their run configuration: 1. Land surface model output 2. Land surface diagnostic output 3. Streamflow output at all channel reaches/cells 4. Streamflow output at forecast points or gage reaches/cells 5. Streamflow on the 2D high resolution routing grid (gridded channel routing only) 6. Terrain routing variables on the 2D high resolution routing grid 7. Lake output variables 8. Ground water output variables 9. A text file of streamflow output at either forecast points or gage locations For a detailed table of each variable contained within each output file, see the WRF-Hydro Output Variable Matrix V5 located on our website https://ral.ucar.edu/projects/wrf_hydro/technical-description-user-guide  +
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The model can be customized to produce many different kinds of output but, typically, the output consists of (i) h, a final hillslope profile; (ii) h_diffs, a vector which summarizes how the profile changed over the duration of the simulation; and (iii) a vector expressing the fluxes of particles through a site along the hillslope. However, the same code can be used to produce a video of the hillslope evolution, a vector containing the absolute difference between the hillslope profile and a reference profile, and many other observables of interest.  +
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The model can output any variables used for the water balance and transport calculations. The most frequently requested ones are: potential and actual evapotranspiration, soil moisture, groundwater storage, river discharge, irrigational water uptake.  +
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The model generates several georeferenced tiff files upon completion. These geotiff files can be viewed using any GIS software. Each file is a 2D map of a modeled flow property such as thickness, velocity etc. Additionally, multiband geotiff files containing similar 2D maps at multiple user-defined time intervals during the simulation. Depth – Map of the final 2D flow thickness (in meters). Depthbin – Binary map where cells with thickness > user-defined threshold thickness have a value of 1 and the rest of the cells have a value of 0. MaxDepth – Map of the maximum flow depth obtained at each cell during the entire simulation (in meters). MaxVelocity – Map of the maximum velocity obtained at each cell during the entire simulation (in m/s). MomentumX – Map of final 2D flow momentum along the X direction (in sq. m/s). MomentumY – Map of final 2D flow momentum along the Y direction (in sq. m/s). Velocity – Map of the final 2D flow velocity (in m/s). VelocityX – Map of the final 2D flow velocity along the X direction (in m/s). VelocityY – Map of the final 2D flow velocity along the Y direction (in m/s). The multiband (movie) files output by the model are DepthMovie, MomentumXMovie, MomentumYMovie, VelocityMovie, VelocityXMovie, VelocityYMovie.  +
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The new coastline at the end of the simulation is plotted. Results are not currently saved to files.  +
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The no-fail storage capacity and corresponding storage behaviour time series.  +
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The output are elevation values that represent the gully channel profile.  +
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The output can ultimately be used to plot and view the particles and compare the outcomes of different model runs. There are two types of comma-delimited output files: para and endfile. The para files are created periodically at set intervals throughout the running of the program and contain the particle locations at the current time. The endfile file is created only at the end of the program and contains information regarding each particles’ start location, end location, and ending status.  +
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The output data is both plain text data files and .flt raster files containing the spatial location of the computed results.  +
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The output of the model consists of snapshots of the coastline during its evolution. The model can be configured to write the resulting coastline at any point during the simulation. The output format of the coastline file is a custom binary formatted-file (the same format as the initial model input). Also, for convenience using with other software tools such as MATLAB, an ASCII-based file of the coastline shape can be written too. The model can also directly generate JPEG-formatted pictures of the coastline shape at any time during the simulation.  +
The outputs are i) For chi_m_over_n_analysis.exe, a *.movern file that contains information about the goodness of fit of channel profiles to a series of linear segments as a function of the m/n ratio: this file is used to determine the best fit m/n ratio of a channel network. ii) For chi_get_profiles.exe, a series of *.tree files which contain information about the best fit channel segments in chi-elevation space. This data can be used to infer erosion rates, tectonics, or variations in erodibility.  +
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The outputs of HydroCNHS are stored in a data collector object, an attribute of HydroCNHS (e.g., model.dc). The main output is the daily streamflow at routing outlets. However, this data collector object will also contain other user-specified agent outputs as long as users use this data collector object in their ABM modules.  +
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The state of the system is periodically output to a binary file that can be read by the post-processing and visualization routines (see the CVPM modeling system user's guide).  +
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The windfield for a cyclone based on pressure distribution and radius to maximum winds (SI units).  +
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There are a number of different types of output that the model can produce. In short, the following possibilities are available: DHSVM hydrologic output * Default output (these files are always produced) * Model state files * Network flow files * Travel time based hydrograph file * Optional output files Sediment Module output * Default output (these files are always produced) * Network flow files * Optional output files  +
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There are hundreds of output parameters and fields that are written to several NetCDF files.  +
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There are hundreds of output parameters and fields that are written to several NetCDF files.  +
There are hundreds of output parameters and fields that are written to several NetCDF files.  +
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There are hundreds of output parameters and fields that are written to several NetCDF files.  +
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This component computes the following variables, as grids: Q = discharge (m^3/s) u = flow velocity (m/s) d = flow depth (m) f = friction factor (none) Rh = hydraulic radius (m) S_free = free-surface slope (m/m) The user can choose which, if any, of these to save. Each may be saved as a grid sequence, indexed by time, in a netCDF file, at a specified sampling rate. Each may also be saved for a set of "monitored" grid cells, each specified as a (row,column) pair in a file with the name: <case_prefix>_outlets.txt. With this option, computed values are saved in a multi-column text file at a specified sampling rate. Each column in this file corresponds to a time series of values for a particular grid cell. For both options the sampling rate must no smaller than the process timestep.  +
This component computes the following variables, as grids: Q = discharge (m^3/s) u = flow velocity (m/s) d = flow depth (m) f = friction factor (none) Rh = hydraulic radius (m) S_free = free-surface slope (m/m) The user can choose which, if any, of these to save. Each may be saved as a grid sequence, indexed by time, in a netCDF file, at a specified sampling rate. Each may also be saved for a set of "monitored" grid cells, each specified as a (row,column) pair in a file with the name: <case_prefix>_outlets.txt. With this option, computed values are saved in a multi-column text file at a specified sampling rate. Each column in this file corresponds to a time series of values for a particular grid cell. For both options the sampling rate must no smaller than the process timestep.  +
This component computes the following variables, as grids: Q = discharge (m^3/s) u = flow velocity (m/s) d = flow depth (m) f = friction factor (none) Rh = hydraulic radius (m) S_free = free-surface slope (m/m) The user can choose which, if any, of these to save. Each may be saved as a grid sequence, indexed by time, in a netCDF file, at a specified sampling rate. Each may also be saved for a set of "monitored" grid cells, each specified as a (row,column) pair in a file with the name: <case_prefix>_outlets.txt. With this option, computed values are saved in a multi-column text file at a specified sampling rate. Each column in this file corresponds to a time series of values for a particular grid cell. For both options the sampling rate must no smaller than the process timestep.  +
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Time series of 2D topography/bathymetry and water discharge. 3D stratigraphy grid (currently model is single grain-size, so stratigraphy only stores deposit age)  +
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Time series of 2D/3D map data and selected point data, particle tracks  +
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Time variation of longitudinal profile, sediment flux and grain size distributions of bedload, surface and subsurface sediment.  +
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Timeseries of: Overwash fluxes (m3/m/s) Inlet fluxes (m3/m/s) Shoreface toe location (m) Shoreline location (m) Back-barrier location (m) Barrier Height (m) Inlet locations alongshore (m)  +
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To many to list here, see ''Description of Input and Examples for PHREEQC Version 3 - A computer program for speciation, batch-reaction, one-dimensional transport, and inverse geochemical calculations'.  +
Toggle on/off in input file: - PNG files of eta, stage, depth - grids of eta, stage, depth (as netCDF4) - grids of sand fraction in stratigraphy (as netCDF4)  +
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Too many to list here. Please see the HTML help system and the wiki pages for all of the process components.  +
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Too many to mention here, see: http://water.usgs.gov/nrp/gwsoftware/modflow2000/modflow2000.html  +
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Total load mass flux  +
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Two output maps ESRI ASCII format: # Alpha (coefficient); # Constant.  +
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Typical flow quantities: Velocities, Concentrations, Vorticity, Passive marker location  +
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VOF, U, turbulence variables...  +
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Velocities and concentration fields of the particles are stored to binary files at given time steps.  +
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Vertically-integrated flow velocities and bed elevations as functions of time and two horizontal dimensions  +
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Vertically-integrated flow velocities and water surface elevations as functions of time and two horizontal dimensions  +
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WOFOST simulates the growth of a specific crop and its interaction with the soil. Its main output variables consist of crop variables (like total biomass, yield, phenological development and leaf area index) and soil variables like soil water content. More recent versions of WOFOST also include the N/P/K amounts in the crop organs and soil.  +
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Water level Water velocity Bed shear stress Suspended sediment concentration Bed elevation  +
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_info = { "bedrock__elevation": { "dtype": float, "intent": "out", "optional": False, "units": "m", "mapping": "node", "doc": "elevation of the bedrock surface", }, "soil__depth": { "dtype": float, "intent": "inout", "optional": False, "units": "m", "mapping": "node", "doc": "Depth of soil or weathered bedrock", }, "soil__flux": { "dtype": float, "intent": "out", "optional": False, "units": "m^2/yr", "mapping": "link", "doc": "flux of soil in direction of link", }, "soil_production__rate": { "dtype": float, "intent": "in", "optional": False, "units": "m/yr", "mapping": "node", "doc": "rate of soil production at nodes", }, "topographic__elevation": { "dtype": float, "intent": "inout", "optional": False, "units": "m", "mapping": "node", "doc": "Land surface topographic elevation", }, "topographic__slope": { "dtype": float, "intent": "out", "optional": False, "units": "m/m", "mapping": "link", "doc": "gradient of the ground surface", }, }  +
_info = { "surface_water__discharge": { "dtype": float, "intent": "in", "optional": False, "units": "m**3/s", "mapping": "node", "doc": "Volumetric discharge of surface water", }, "topographic__elevation": { "dtype": float, "intent": "inout", "optional": False, "units": "m", "mapping": "node", "doc": "Land surface topographic elevation", }, "topographic__slope": { "dtype": float, "intent": "in", "optional": True, "units": "-", "mapping": "node", "doc": "gradient of the ground surface", }, }  +
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alpha: sediment concentration Ua: sediment velocity Ub: fluid velocity p: fluid pressure Theta: granular temperature k: fluid kinetic energy epsilon/omega: fluid turbulent dissipation  +
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ascii grids (readable into arcGIS) and google earth images of: DEM, flow depth, surface grainsize, shear stress, vegetation cover, velocity. Also time series of water discharge and sediment discharge (across 9 grainsizes) at user chosen interval. Also visual output to AVI file.  +
averaged daily water discharge to lower reach of crevasse splay; averaged daily crevasse splay depth; averaged daily crevasse splay width  +
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boolean: Indicates if the taxon is still evolving. When `False` is returned, this method will not be called for the taxon in subsequent stages in the current model time step.<br> list of Taxon: The children produced by the taxon at a given stage. The ``evolve`` method of child taxon will be called in stages following the stage the child taxon was produced. An empty list indicates no child taxon.  +
change in topographic profile with time  +
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channel centerlines; 3d model  +
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classification of groups of similar zones within a deltasystem 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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cumulative infiltration, infiltration rate  +
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daily river temperature  +
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depth, liquid and solid discharges along x and y. In the multi-layer version(under development), these are provided for each layer.  +
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elevation through time many other parameters can be saved during the simulations (e.g., velocity, suspended sediment concentration)  +
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elevation; slope gradient; soil unit discharge  +
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elevations of all nodes elevation changes of all nodes  +
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equilibrium channel slope, width and depth, bankfull discharge, point bar height, difference in elevation between eroding and depositing banks, channel migration rate, overbank deposition rates of sand and mud, volume fraction content of sand and mud in the floodplain.  +
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evolving landscape, stratigraphy  +
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for every grid cell: air and surface temperature, relative humidity, short and long wave radiation, snow height, snow water content, albedo Global outputs: catchment discharge, surface and subsurface flow At user defined locations: full snow profiles (temperature profile, grain types, grain sizes, density, water content, liquid water content)  +
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http://www.hydro.washington.edu/Lettenmaier/Models/VIC/Documentation/Inputs.shtml  +
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http://wwwbrr.cr.usgs.gov/projects/SW_MoWS/software/oui_and_mms_s/prms.shtml  +
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hundreds of physical parameters  +
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ice flow of an ice sheet, sea-level rise, visco-elastic uplift  +
ice thickness, ice velocity  +
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list of Zones: The discrete zones identified in the mask.  +
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locus of points defining a wave ray  +
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netcdf output files describing atmospheric state, chemistry, etc  +
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node state grid written to netCDF file (each node gets a code from 0 to 8; see papers)  +
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organic (allochthonous and autochthonous) and mineral deposition, bay extent, forest extent, marsh extent are the primary outputs  +
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rasters of (at ArcGIS ASCII format): 1. soil PSD (d50) for each soil-profile layer at the end of the simulation (e.g. D50aL13.txt) 2. surface soil PSD (d50) at defined temporal increments (e.g. d50aL038.00pc.txt) 3. soil depth (cm) at defined temporal increments (e.g. DepthL038.00pc.txt) 4. total soil erosion (TotalErosion.txt) 5. soil PSD at the end of the simulation - a layer describing the % of each PSD grading class  +
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receivers : ndarray of size (num nodes, max neighbors at node)<br> For each node, the IDs of the nodes that receive its flow. For nodes that do not direct flow to all neighbors, grid.BAD_INDEX is given as a placeholder. The ID of the node itself is given if no other receiver is assigned. proportions : ndarray of size (num nodes, max neighbors at node)<br> For each receiver, the proportion of flow (between 0 and 1) is given. A proportion of zero indicates that the link does not have flow along it. slopes: ndarray of size (num nodes, max neighbors at node)<br> For each node in the array ``recievers``, the slope value (positive downhill) in the direction of flow. If no flow occurs (value of ``recievers`` is -1), then this array is set to 0. steepest_slope : ndarray<br> The slope value (positive downhill) in the direction of flow. steepest_receiver : ndarray<br> For each node, the node ID of the node connected by the steepest link. grid.BAD_INDEX is given if no flow emmanates from the node. sink : ndarray<br> IDs of nodes that are flow sinks (they are their own receivers) receiver_links : ndarray of size (num nodes, max neighbors at node)<br> ID of links that leads from each node to its receiver, or grid.BAD_INDEX if no flow occurs on this link. steepest_link : ndarray<br> For each node, the link ID of the steepest link. grid.BAD_INDEX is given if no flow emanates from the node.  +
receivers : ndarray of size (num nodes, max neighbors at node)<br> For each node, the IDs of the nodes that receive its flow. For nodes that do not direct flow to all neighbors, BAD_INDEX_VALUE is given as a placeholder. The ID of the node itself is given if no other receiver is assigned. proportions : ndarray of size (num nodes, max neighbors at node)<br> For each receiver, the proportion of flow (between 0 and 1) is given. A proportion of zero indicates that the link does not have flow along it. slopes: ndarray of size (num nodes, max neighbors at node)<br> For each node in the array ``recievers``, the slope value (positive downhill) in the direction of flow. If no flow occurs (value of ``recievers`` is -1), then this array is set to 0. steepest_slope : ndarray<br> The slope value (positive downhill) in the direction of flow. steepest_receiver : ndarray<br> For each node, the node ID of the node connected by the steepest link. BAD_INDEX_VALUE is given if no flow emmanates from the node. sink : ndarray<br> IDs of nodes that are flow sinks (they are their own receivers) receiver_links : ndarray of size (num nodes, max neighbors at node)<br> ID of links that leads from each node to its receiver, or BAD_INDEX_VALUE if no flow occurs on this link. steepest_link : ndarray<br> For each node, the link ID of the steepest link. BAD_INDEX_VALUE is given if no flow emanates from the node.  +
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resultant landscape topography and vegetation distributions; annual avalanching statistics  +
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salt marsh erosion rate, shape of marsh boundary, erosion time, magnitude of erosion events frequency occurrence erosion events of a given magnitude  +
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sediment concentration (alpha); carrier fluid turbulence (k, epsilon); granular temperature (Theta); fluid pressure (p); sediment and fluid velocities (Ua, Ub); turbulence modulation factor (tmf); particle pressure ( kinetic part, pa), more details are described in the user maunal.  +
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sediment transport rate, direction of sediment transport, bedforms, and several intermediate results (settling velocity, threshold of movements , bed shear stress, etc.)  +
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sediment, root, and carbon fractions as a function of depth porosity as a function of depth  +
see MODFLOW 6 Description of Input/Output at https://water.usgs.gov/water-resources/software/MODFLOW-6  +
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solute concentrations as a function of time and space at user-defined locations within the modeled stream system  +
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temperature time series at variable depths into the subsurface in deg C lake depth in m ice thickness in m  +
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temperature, salinity, current 3D fields. Air/sea fluxes  +
temporal/spatial distribution of sediment types and fluid flow conditions, stratigraphic architecture of deposit  +
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the evolution of ice extent and thickness over time, the thermal and dynamic states of the ice sheet, and the associated lithospheric response  +
tidal flat elevation in time  +
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time series - such as water and sediment partitioning spatial - such as bed elevation profiles, saved at lower time resolution (chosen by user)  +
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time-histories of shoreline positions on a sub-grid scale and the water depths over the gridded portion of the model. Time histories of the inlet cross-section and the areas of bar, channels and tidal flats in the estuary  +
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time_to_next_fire : float<br> Updated value for the time to next fire.  +
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topographic derivatives (slope, curvature, flow accumulation, drainage basins), flow paths, chiplots, swath profiles, among others.  +
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ultiple state variables and summary data  +
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vel.*: fluid velocity, binary format, the I/O format can be found in io.F in the folder \Src. conc.*: sediment concentration, binary format, see io.F in the folder \Src for detailed I/O information. press.*: fluid dynamic pressure, binary format, see io.F in the folder \Src for detailed I/O information. vel\_p.*: difference of sediment velocity from fluid velocity, output if inertia effect or hindered settling effect is considered, binary format, see io.F in the folder \Src for detailed I/O information. DDt.*: material derivative of fluid velocity, output if inertia effect is included, binary format, see io.F in the folder \Src for detailed I/O information. ushear.dat: time series of plane averaged bottom shear velocity, it is output every time step, ASCII format. logfile: log of screen output to monitor the quantities such as CFL number, domain averaged concentration, bottom concentration, etc., ASCII format.  +
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volume fraction content of tracers in the deposit  +
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water depths (m), water discharges (m3/s), free surface elevation with respect to the SWL (m)  +
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water discharge, nutrients  +
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water volume, water flux, reservoir storage, unmet water demand  +
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wave height, period, and direction throughout the specified computational domain  +
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wave heights, velocities, water levels, sediment concentrations, sediment transport rates, bottom changes, bathymetry, additional model variables  +
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weight bedload transport rates of each size-density fraction  +
xdmf time series calling hdf5 files.  +