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A graphic showing the temporal pattern<br>of how a stratigraphic column is generated in<br>a coupled human-earth system model.  +
Comparison of barrier morphology 5000 years<br>after the sea level deceleration, approximately representing<br>present day conditions. Different combinations of<br>swell waves, tidal range, and shelf slope are considered.  +
Concept diagram for the numerical model used<br>to simulate hillslope evolution. Forest<br>dynamics and soil production are simulated<br>using a NetLogo ABM and coupled<br>to Landlab via the pyNetLogo library.  +
Discharge (m3/s) at USGS gauge 07360200 (top), Flooded map (m) (left) and Flow velocity (m/s) in 3-Dimensional view (right)  +
Each bar is stacked to indicate the contribution of five types of observations. CSS required 17 parallelizable model runs.  +
Example output of stochastic model  +
Fig. 1 ERT measurements conducted in 31/07/2015 with<br>an electrode probe interval of 5 m. Permafrost<br>island are roughly determined by the<br>resistivity contour of 1010 Ω, which<br>is the resistivity value at the interface<br>of frozen/unfrozen. Borehole locations are<br>marked by black square.  +, Fig. 2 Photograph of land cover taken in 31/07/2015.  +
Figure 1. Aerial imagery of a) Rangiroa<br>Atoll and b) Hikueru Atoll in French Polynesia<br>with varying reef islands (motu) morphology<br>on the c) NW coast and the d) south coast.<br>  +
Figure 1. Landsat image of the GBMD with physiographic regions active, inactive, and tidal based on geological map of Bangladesh by the Geological Survey of Bangladesh and the USGS (Passalacqua et al., 2013).  +
In this project we analyzed coral atolls<br>by measuring effective reef width,<br>reef width, motu width, motu length,<br>and reef-motu width. These measurements were<br>binned based on cardinal<br>direction from the atoll centroid. We analyzed<br>these metrics in comparison to<br>directionally-binned wave climate data<br>gathered and analyzed from<br>Wave Watch III virtual buoys.  +
Model results for the Cedar (left column: a,d,g,j),<br>Skagit (middle column: b,e,h,k), and North Fork Stillaguamish<br>(right column: c,f,i,l) stratigraphic configurations.<br>A-C show the relative subsurface factor of safety for<br>dry model runs. D-F show groundwater flow fields from VS2Dt<br>simulations. G-I show relative subsurface<br>factor of safety for VS2Dt model runs. J-L show<br>the calculated volume and factor of safety for each potential failure<br>plane modeled in Scoops3D.  +
Modeled characteristic timescale of diffusivity using linear theory over depth with varying (a) deep-water wave height with T =8 s and (b) varying wave period with H0 = 1 m.  +
Output of a RASCAL model of the Everglades ridge and slough landscape. Elevated ridges, colonized by sawgrass, are depicted in red. Flow, which is channeled preferentially through the blue sloughs, runs from top to bottom. Recent catastrophic loss of parallel-drainage sloughs in the Everglades has been attributed to reductions in flow velocities and mean water levels.  +
Poster image for Real Time ADCIRC Model Guidance For Decision Support.  +
Simulated landslide geometries and model plastic strain (colors): (a) L = 50 m, (b) L = 100 m, (c) L = 200 m, (d) L = 400 m.  +
This flood simulation is a 2-D LISFLOOD-FP<br>simulation including river flows<br>as well as direct rain on floodplain<br>and a tidal-surge boundary.<br>Whiter tones denote deeper flood waters.  +
Time evolution of the c = 0.1 concentration isosurface for a lock-exchange turbidity current interacting with a Gaussian bump for Re = 2,000. The suspension contains a mixture of two particle sizes, with nondimensional settling velocities equal to u_c = 0.035 and u_f = 0.0035$, and initial mass fractions of 90% and 10%, respectively.  +
Timeslices of HYLANDS model run<br>for the Namche Barwa region after<br>5, 500, 1500 and 2000 model years.  +
Upper left: time series of bed elevation changes, dζ/dt, derived from ADCP measurements of suspended particles concentrations; upper right: power spectrum of dζ/dt with 12 dofs at 95% of statistical confidence (interval given by the vertical line); bottom: continuous wavelet transform of dζ/dt using a Morlet wavelet (Gaussian-modulated wave with a normalized frequency of 6) with black lines surrounding confidence levels (95%). See text for details.  +, Upper panel: contours of time series of profiles of the east-west velocity component; middle panel: contours of the north-south velocity component; bottom panel: time series of vertically-averaged values for each velocity component.  +
A model results for landscape in Mediterranean Spain  +