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=== Terrestrial model descriptions===
 
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Revision as of 17:22, 20 February 2009

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Search & download a specific model from the overall model list, or per category (see below for direct links). The lists will have links to each of the model descriptions, and some models you can directly run from the repository in the CMT.

Terrestrial model descriptions

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Questionnaires still need to be filled out for the next models:

Program Description Developer Source code
DHSVM Model: Distributed Hydrology Soil Vegetation Model DHSVM Administrator Red1.png
DRAINAL Model: Surface process model Beaumont, Chris Red1.png
EPANET model: Models the Hydraulic and Water Quality Behavior of Water Distribution Piping Systems Rossman, Lewis <linkedimage>wikipage=EPANET_Information

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GEOTOP Model: A Distributed Hydrological Model with Coupled Water and Energy Budgets Rigon, Riccardo Red1.png
HSPF Model: Hydrological Simulation Program - FORTRAN is a comprehensive package for simulation of watershed hydrology and water quality for both conventional and toxic organic pollutants Center for Exposure Assessment Modeling (CEAM) Red1.png
HydroCAD Model: Computer Aided Design tool used for modeling stormwater runoff HydroCAD Software Solutions LLC Red1.png
Hydrus 2D/3D Model: Water Flow and Solute Transport model in Two- and Three-Dimensional Variably Saturated Media GroundwaterSoftware Red1.png
MIKE SHE Model: Advanced integrated hydrological modeling system DHI Red1.png
MODFLOW Model: A three-dimensional finite-difference groundwater flow model McDonald, Michael Red1.png
ParFlow Model: a parallel, three-dimensional, variably saturated groundwater flow model Maxwell, Reed Red1.png
PIHM Model: Penn State Integrated Hydrologic Model Duffy, Christopher Red1.png
PIHM GIS Model:Penn State Integrated Hydrologic Model incorporated into a GIS package Duffy, Christopher Red1.png
QUAL2K Model: A Modeling Framework for Simulating River and Stream Water Quality Chapra, Steve Red1.png
RASCAL Model: Ridge and Slough Cellular Automata Landscape Larsen, Laurel Red1.png
RHESSyS Model: Regional Hydro-Ecologic Simulation System Tague, Christina Red1.png
RIVMOD Model: One-dimensional hydrodynamic model Carroll, Rosemary Red1.png
SAC-SMA Model: Sacramento Soil Moisture Accounting (SAC-SMA) model Burnash, R. Red1.png
SetNet Model: Sediment river Network model Wilkinson, Scott Red1.png
SIBERIA Model: Landscape evolution model Willgoose, Garry Red1.png
SPARROW Model: Modeling of Surface-Water Quality Alexander, Richard Red1.png
SWAT Model: SWAT is a river basin scale model developed to quantify the impact of land management practices in large, complex watersheds. SWAT Development Team Red1.png
SWMM Model: Storm Water Management Model Rossman, Lewis Red1.png
tRibs Subroutine: Hydrological model Bras, Rafael Red1.png
TOPMODEL Model: Physically based, distributed watershed model that simulates hydrologic fluxes of water through a watershed Beven, Keith Red1.png
TOPOG Model: Terrain analysis-based hydrologic modelling package Butt, Tony Red1.png
Tremp Model: Eocene Tremp foreland basin model Clevis, Quintijn Red1.png
VIC Model: macroscale hydrologic model that solves full water and energy balances Liang, Xu Red1.png
WEPP Model: The Water Erosion Prediction Project model National Soil Erosion Research Laboratory Red1.png
ZScape Model: Landcape evolution model Densmore, A. & Connor, C. Red1.png