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+ data structure used in gospl input file, + how to generate initial conditions like topography, precipitation and tectonic maps to force a simulation, + how to extract some of the output from the model results to visualise them in Jupyter notebooks, + how to run sequence of backward/forward gospl models using Python functions, + how to set a script for running gospl on HPC. +
A couple high resolution Pb210 curves that span ~100 years are currently being constructed and used to test model. +
A total of 17 flow problems and 15 water quality transport problems are presented in WASH123D. These example problems can serve as templates for users to apply WASH123D to research problems or practical field-scale problems. For the 13 water quality transport problems: six examples for one-dimensional transport, four examples for two-dimensional transport, and three examples for three-dimensional transport. These examples are used to achieve the following objectives: # verify the correctness of computer implementation, # demonstrate the need of various numerical options and coupling strategies between transport and biogeochemical processes for application-depending circumstances, # illustrate how the generality of the water quality modeling paradigm embodies the widely used water quality models as specific examples; and # validate the capability of the models to simulate laboratory experiments, and indicate its potential applications to field problems. +
AquaTellUs was originally developed for simulation of the fluvial-dominated Volga delta. The 2D experiments are still available and can be used as a test data set. +
As an example of running IDA, and a test to ensure that it is running correctly, a small project is provided. Unpack it using tar -xjf example.tar.bz2 Files: dir.bin: flow directions for a 1000 x 1000 cell landscape true.bin: the correct answer, for comparison run.sh: a Bash script to run the example. The script must be modified to specify the path to the IDA executable. Running: Make the Bash script executable with the command chmod +x run.sh Run the Bash script with ./run.sh It will run IDA several times with different options, and may take some time Depending on your configuration of PETSc, some of the runs may fail +
Available test data sets: * Treynor watershed, in the Nishnabotna River basin, Iowa, USA. * (Two large rainfall events.) * Small basin in Kentucky. * Inclined plane for testing. * Arctic watershed data from Larry Hinzman (UAF). * See /data/progs/topoflow/3.0/data on CSDMS cluster. +