Hydrology FRG Discussion/Prioritizing a Hydrological model to make coupling-ready (refactoring the code with a Basic Model Interface).
Prioritizing a model to make coupling-ready (refactoring the code with a Basic Model Interface). This task will start with nominations of models that would be advantageous scientifically to couple to other models (of other Earth subsystems, hydrology or otherwise, or of other processes), and which have enough enthusiasm from people close to the code to do the coding work (and/or find funding to support this work; CSDMS Integration Facility personnel will be there to help with the final stages, but limited Integration Facility resources require us to do the bulk of it--or find funding to support Integration Facility personnel). Question: what Hydrological models best fit these criteria?
Current coastal models in repository (107)
|Generates planforms for single-thread channel using a second-order autoregressive model
|ATS (The Advanced Terrestrial Simulator)
|The Advanced Terrestrial Simulator (formerly sometimes known as the Arctic Terrestrial Simulator) is a code for solving ecosystem-based, integrated, distributed hydrology.
|ANUGA is a hydrodynamic modelling tool that allows users to model realistic flow problems in complex 2D geometries.
|Add-on package to ANUGA with modules for sediment transport and vegetation drag
|Stream avulsion model
|Basin and landscape dynamics
|Caesar Lisflood is a morphodynamic / Landscape evolution model that simulates erosion and deposition in river catchments and reaches over time scales from hours to 1000's of years.
|The Coupled Routing and Excess STorage (CREST) model is a distributed hydrologic model developed to simulate the spatial and temporal variation of atmospheric, land surface, and subsurface water fluxes and storages by cell-to-cell simulation.
|multi-physics numerical model that simulates rock deformation, fluid flow, solute transport and heat transfer in response to ice sheet loading of multiple cycles
|DHSVM is a distributed hydrologic model that explicitly represents the effects of topography and vegetation on water fluxes through the landscape.
|Distributed Large Basin Runoff Model
|Distributed Routing Rainfall-Runoff Model--version II
|U.S., Geological Survey
|3D hydrodynamic and sediment transport model
|A Python package for simulating passive particle transport in shallow-water flows
|A simple snow model
|Ensemble Framework For Flash Flood Forecasting
|parallel global-scale landscape evolution model
|Simulates flow characteristics based on gradually varied flow equation
|Distributed hydrological model, water and energy budgets
|GISS GCM ModelE
|GISS GCM ModelE
|Ground-water and Surface-water FLOW model
|Dynamic thermo-mechanical ice sheet model
|The Green-Ampt method of infiltration estimation.
|The GroundwaterDupuitPercolator solves the Boussinesq equation for flow in an unconfined aquifer over an impermeable aquifer base and calculates groundwater return flow to the surface.
|This model is designed to simulate longitudinal profiles with headward advancing headcuts.
|HBV model is a rainfall-runoff model
|Hydrological model for simulation of water and water quality over time
|A mesh independent flow direction model for hydrologic models
|HydroCNHS, a Python Package of Hydrological Model for Coupled Natural–Human Systems
|Linear-reservoir hydrological model with snowpack and evapotranspiration
|Climate driven hydrological transport model
|2D semi-implicit shallow ice approximation glacier model
|A model representing infiltration, interception, and runoff using the kinematic wave approximation
|Permafrost Active Layer Thickness Model based on Kudryavtsev's parametrization
|LISFLOOD - a distributed hydrological rainfall-runoff model
|de Roo, Ad
|Software for estimating constituent loads in streams and rivers
|Python software framework for writing, assembling, and running 2D numerical models
|Landform evolution model
|MARSSIM terrestrial and planetary Landform Evolution Model
|Coupled flow- heterogeneous sediment routing model
|MODFLOW is a three-dimensional finite-difference ground-water model
|MODFLOW 6 is an object-oriented program and framework developed to provide a platform for supporting multiple models and multiple types of models within the same simulation
|Matlab® code for paleo-hydrological flood flow reconstruction in a fluvial channel
|Meander Centerline Migration Model
|Simulation of the long-term migration of meandering rivers flowing above heterogeneous floodplains
|Mixed bedrock-alluvial morphodynamic
|Alluvial morphodynamics of bedrock reaches
|Model for Scale Adaptive River Transport with Water Management in Python
|Mrip is a self-organization type model for the formation and dynamics of megaripples in the nearshore.
|Nitrate Network Model
|Nitrate and organic carbon dynamics on a wetland-river network
|One-Dimensional Transport with Equilibrium Chemistry (OTEQ): A Reactive Transport Model for Streams and Rivers
|One-Dimensional Transport with Inflow and Storage (OTIS): A Solute Transport Model for Streams and Rivers
|Ode To Transient (Ancho de los) Rivers: Transient evolution of river-channel width in response to river discharge and bank and sediment properties.
|Wave generation and active absorption interaction with porous structures framework
|Component simulating overland flow using a 2-D numerical approximation of the shallow-water equations following the de Almeida et al., 2012 algorithm for storage-cell inundation modeling.
|This component simulates overland flow using the 2-D numerical model of shallow-water flow over topography using the Bates et al. (2010) algorithm for storage-cell inundation modeling.
|PHREEQC version 3 is a computer program written in the C and C++ programming languages that is designed to perform a wide variety of aqueous geochemical calculations
|PIHM is a multiprocess, multi-scale hydrologic model.
|Precipitation-Runoff Modeling System
|Parallel, high-performance, integrated watershed model
|3D numerical simulation of confined miscible flows
|Calculates potential evapotranspiration
|Reduced complexity river delta formation and evolution model with channel dynamics
|Regional Hydro-Ecologic Simulation System
|A model of dunes and snow-waves
|Reservoir: Tools for Analysis, Design, and Operation of Water Supply Storages
|River Erosion Model
|An intermediate complexity model for simulating stream channel evolution (years to decades) at the watershed scale.
|River Network Bed-Material Sediment
|Bed-material sediment transport and storage dynamics on river networks.
|River Temperature Model
|River Temperature Model based on heat balance approach
|Simulates freshwater mussel populations' response to changes in suspended sediment
|SINUOUS - Meander Evolution Model
|The Sea Level Affecting Marshes Model (SLAMM)
|The SPARROW Surface Water-Quality Model
|1D gradually varied flow routine
|SWAT is a river basin scale model developed to quantify the impact of land management practices in large, complex watersheds.
|A coupled model for infiltration, fluid flow, and sediment transport.
|Storm Water Management Model
|A probabilistic sediment cascade model for sediment production, storage and transfer
|A multi-dimensional Eulerian two-phase model for sediment transport (version 2.0)
|Landlab component that calculates soil infiltration based on the Green-Ampt solution.
|Compute the decay of soil moisture saturation at storm-interstorm time period
|TISC integrates quantitative models of lithospheric flexure, fault deformation, and surface mass transport (erosion/transport/sedimentation) along drainage networks.
|Garcia Castellanos, Daniel
|Physically based, distributed watershed model that simulates hydrologic fluxes of water through a watershed
|Model non-linear soil creep after Ganti et al. (2012)
|1-D numerical model of permafrost and subsidence processes.
|The TELEMAC system
|a powerful integrated modeling tool for use in the field of free-surface flows.
|TELEMAC support team, -
|Spatially-distributed, D8-based hydrologic model
|Diffusive Wave process component for flow routing in a D8-based, spatial hydrologic model
|Dynamic Wave process component for flow routing in a D8-based, spatial hydrologic model
|Kinematic Wave process component for flow routing in a D8-based, spatial hydrologic model.
|Diversions component for a D8-based, spatial hydrologic model.
|Evaporation process component (Energy Balance method) for a D8-based, spatial hydrologic model
|Evaporation process component (Priestley-Taylor method) for a D8-based, spatial hydrologic model
|Evaporation process component (read from file method) for a spatially-distributed hydrologic model.
|Infiltration process component (Green-Ampt method) for a D8-based, spatial hydrologic model
|Infiltration process component (Richards 1D method) for a D8-based, spatial hydrologic model
|Infiltration process component (Smith-Parlange method) for a D8-based, spatial hydrologic model
|Meteorology process component for a D8-based, spatial hydrologic model
|TopoFlow-Saturated Zone-Darcy Layers
|Saturated Zone process component (Darcy's law, multiple soil layers) for a D8-based, spatial hydrologic model
|Snowmelt process component (Degree-Day method) for a D8-based, spatial hydrologic model
|Snowmelt process component (Energy Balance method) for a D8-based, spatial hydrologic model
|Transport length hillslope diffusion.
|A four-way coupled two-phase Eulerian model for sediment transport
|The Utah Energy Balance (UEB) Grid snowmelt model
|VIC (Variable Infiltration Capacity) is a macroscale hydrologic model that solves full water and energy balances, originally developed by Xu Liang at the University of Washington.
|Model plant dynamics using multiple representative plant species
|Water Balance/Transport Model
|Global sediment flux and water discharge model.
|The WRF-Hydro® Modeling System, an open-source community model, is used for a range of projects, including flash flood prediction, regional hydroclimate impacts assessment, seasonal forecasting of water resources, and land-atmosphere coupling studies. It produces forecasts and analyses for all major terrestrial water-cycle components: Precipitation, Streamflow, Soil moisture, Snowpack, Flooding, Groundwater.