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* Interception * Evaporation of interceted water * Snow melt * Frost index * Water available for infiltration and direct runoff * Water uptake by roots & transpiration * Evaporation from the soil surface * Preferential bypass flow * Infiltration capacity * Actual infiltration and surface runoff * Soil moisture redistribution * Groundwater * Surface runoff routing * Sub-surface runoff routing * Channel routing * Irrigation * Water use +
*Fluvial/alluvial processes; **Aggrading fluvial channels in one gridcell with crevasse. Subgrid sedimentation mimics alluvial ridge aggradation and overbank deposition. Avulsions are modelled one dimensionally by calculating the flow and sediment transport at prospective avulsion nodes. See also Dalman & Weltje (2008). *Floodplain processes; **Differential compaction, groundwater table, peat growth and overbank deposition *Hypopycnal plume and marine currents: **Rivers deliver sediment and water to the sea, where the river momentum spreads the suspended sediment in a plume. Multiple plumes and longshore current hydrodynamics are calculated using a potential flow routine. Subsequent sedimentation due to fallout uses the removal rate principle after Syvitski et al (1988). *Wave resuspension and crosshore transport; **Waves are modelled using linear Airy and Stokes wave theory. Deepwater wave height is derived from a Gaussian distribution to represent natural storm variability The asymmetric waves preferentially transport the sands (bedload fraction) shorewards and the fines (suspended load fraction) offshore. In combination with a littoral drift routine this allows waves to rework and transport sediments. +
- Stochastically generated storm environment - Dune growth and storm erosion - Storm overwash - Sea-level rise - Shoreline change (ocean and back-barrier) - Dynamic shoreface response to sea-level rise, overwash, and dune growth - Interior shrub expansion and mortality +