|Nr. of publications:||80|
|Featured publication(s)||Year||Model described||Type of Reference||Citations|
Runkel, R.L. 1998. One-Dimensional Transport With Inflow and Storage (OTIS): A Solute Transport Model For Streams and Rivers. U.S.Geological Survey, Water-Resources Investigation Report 98-4018..|
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OTIS can also be built from source on macOS using
Here are the steps.
Edit the makefiles in the otis, otis-p, share, and starpac directories, replacing these lines:
F77 = f77 $(FFLAGS) FFLAGS = -O -u
FC = gfortran F77 = $(FC) $(FFLAGS) FFLAGS =
In the share directory, make a copy of the generic header file and call it header.f:
$ cp header.generic.f header.f
From the root directory of the source distribution,
you can now call
make to build all the executables:
Note that I had problems building OTIS with the
gfortran I installed from Homebrew.
Instead, I used the
gfortran from my Anaconda Python distribution:
$ which gfortran /Users/mpiper/anaconda/bin/gfortran $ gfortran --version GNU Fortran (GCC) 4.8.5 Copyright (C) 2015 Free Software Foundation, Inc.