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  • Model:Dionisos  + (3D grid of the simulated basin (cartesian grid), + properties (depositional bathymetry, lithology, facies, porosity, ...))
  • Model:SimClast  + (3D stratigraphy (age, provenance, grainsize, peat fraction)<br>Morphodynamic maps of grainsize, discharge, sediment erosion and deposition)
  • Model:Cyclopath  + (A 3D cube of model strata coded by water depth of deposition and thickness transported versus thickness deposited in-situ per time step)
  • Model:NEXRAD-extract  + (A plot, and/or the value of the NetCDF file at the designated cell)
  • Model:Erode  + (A sequence of grids that represent DEMs at different times in the evolution. Saved in RTS (RiverTools Sequence) format with RTI file for georeferencing.)
  • Model:ILAMB  + (A web page displaying skill scores for the models and plots (PNG) of the spatial distribution of model outputs versus benchmark data.)
  • Model:SoilInfiltrationGreenAmpt  + (After infiltration occurs, the component returns an updated 'surface_water__depth' field, as well as an updated 'soil_water_infiltration__depth' field that tracks how much water has been infiltrated into the soil column.)
  • Model:Frost Model  + (Air Frost number)
  • Model:LISFLOOD  + (Although the model’s primary output producAlthough the model’s primary output product is channel discharge, all internal rate and state variables (soil moisture, for example) can also be written as output. In addition, all output can be written as grids, or time series at user-defined points or areas. The user has complete control over how output is written, thus minimising any waste of disk space or CPU time.ising any waste of disk space or CPU time.)
  • Model:LITHFLEX2  + (Amount of deflection of the crust as a function of horizontal position)
  • Model:LITHFLEX1  + (Amount of deflection of the crust as a function of horizontal position.)
  • Model:SVELA  + (Amount of the bed shear stress capable of transporting grains)
  • Model:WDUNE  + (Arc ASCII grids of topography and non-erodible basement.)
  • Model:Barrier3D  + (Barrier elevation grid, cross-shore location of ocean and back-barrier shorelines, dune elevations, overwash flux, shoreface flux, shrub cover)
  • Model:GEOMBEST  + (Barrier island morphology and stratigraphy and migration rate. See User's Guide and Moore et al., 2010 for more details.)
  • Model:GEOMBEST++Seagrass  + (Barrier island, marsh, and bay morphology and stratigraphy over time. See User's Guide and Moore et al., 2010 for more details.)
  • Model:CarboLOT  + (Benthic carbonate accumulation; sediment character and thickness; organism stocks and remains; environmental history; 2D-3D map graphics; graphs of stocks and vacant seafloor through time.)
  • Model:CMFT  + (Bottom configuration at each time step.)
  • Model:OceanWaves  + (Bottom wave orbital velocity. Also surface wave conditions if calculated from wind speed.)
  • Model:CREST  + (CREST outputs consist of several variablesCREST outputs consist of several variables, including:</br>*storage depths of the vegetation canopy,</br>*the three soil layers, and two linear reservoirs,</br>*relative change of the six reservoir levels representing actual evapotranspiration from the canopy and soil layers,</br>*overland and interflow excess rain,</br>* overland and interflow runoff.ess rain, * overland and interflow runoff.)
  • Model:Subside  + (CSV file of crustal deflection)
  • Model:Inflow  + (CSV file of final bathymetry and deposit thickness for each grain size contained in the flow)
  • Model:Sakura  + (CSV file of final bathymetry and deposit thickness for each grain size contained in the flow)
  • Model:Hydromad  + (Calibration algorithms, fit statistics.)
  • Model:SINUOUS  + (Centerline and floodplain evolution through time, as well as hydraulic parameters as detailed in the model documentation)
  • Model:River Erosion Model  + (Channel geometry; sediment export)
  • Model:D'Alpaos model  + (Channel network configuration and morphology, marsh platform elevations, erosion and accretion rates, relevant geomorphological features)
  • Model:TreeThrow  + (Characteristics of tree growth (stand biomass, stem count, leaf area, diamter) and characteristics of sediment transport (sediment flux in m4/m/yr, # of tree falls))
  • Model:CarboCAT  + (Chronostrat plots, maps, cross-sections, lithofacies thickness distributions)
  • Model:GFlex  + (Cofactor matrix (*.mtx sparse matrix file; ASCII) Flexural response map (ASCII))
  • Model:Compact  + (Compacted sediment porosity)
  • Model:Mocsy  + (Compute all carbonate system variables)
  • Model:SETTLE  + (Constant terminal settling velocity at STP)
  • Model:ENTRAINH  + (Critical shear stress for entrainment of a noncohesive grain from a mixed size-density bed)
  • Model:ENTRAIN  + (Critical shear stress for entrainment of a noncohesive grain from a homogenous bed)
  • Model:SUSP  + (Cross-sectional average suspended load transport rates)
  • Model:FLDTA  + (Cross-sectional mean flow velocities, flow depths, bed shear stresses as a function of along-channel distance.)
  • Model:1DBreachingTurbidityCurrent  + (Current thickness, velocity, and D50 for active layer and in suspension.)
  • Model:BOM  + (Currents, salinity, temperature, ... all model variables.)
  • Model:CAESAR Lisflood  + (DEM, Flow patterns, Inundation, Grainsize and others)
  • Model:DLBRM  + (DLBRM output includes, for every cell in tDLBRM output includes, for every cell in the watershed grid, surface runoff to surface storage, infiltration to USZ, ET, ETP, percolation from USZ to LSZ, interflow from LSZ to surface storage, deep percolation from LSZ to groundwater storage, groundwater flow from groundwater storage to surface storage, surface moisture storage, USZ, and LSZ moisture storages, groundwater storage, and lateral flows from storages to adjacent cells for the surface (channel outflow), USZ, LSZ, and groundwater (Changsheng He and Thomas E. Croley II, 2007).ngsheng He and Thomas E. Croley II, 2007).)
  • Model:Dakotathon  + (Dakotathon produces no output parameters; instead, it creates the standard Dakota output files '''dakota.out''' and '''dakota.dat'''.)
  • Model:Kudryavtsev Model  + (Dampening effects of vegetation and snow on temperature Mean annual active layer thickness Mean annual temperature at the permafrost ground surface)
  • Model:Bing  + (Debris flow deposit thickness)
  • Model:WINDSEA  + (Deep water significant wave height and period at each point under a hurricane.)
  • Model:HAMSOM  + (Default: 3D Temperature and salinity field 3D Velocities 2D Sea Surface Height)
  • Model:The TELEMAC system  + (Depend on different modules that are usingDepend on different modules that are using, it can produce hydrodynamics, such as water velocity and depth; vertical density (3D); temperature plumes and salt wedge; water quality; sediment concentration and transport; underground water velocity field; wave parameters;und water velocity field; wave parameters;)
  • Model:Gvg3Dp  + (Depending on the flags indicated in the inDepending on the flags indicated in the input file, typical flow quantities are stored to the file at the given time steps.<br></br>Velocities, Pressure, Concentration (of the particles).<br></br>Depending on the problems, some other quantities could be stored too.e problems, some other quantities could be stored too.)
  • Model:TURBINS  + (Depending on the flags set in the "input.iDepending on the flags set in the "input.inp" file, flow properties such as velocity, pressure, particle concentration(s), particle deposit mass, bottom shear stress, kinetic and potential energy, dissipation rate, suspended particle mass, current front location, and etc are recorded at the given timesteps.d etc are recorded at the given timesteps.)
  • Model:GeoClaw  + (Depth, momentum on adaptive grid at specified output times. Time series at specified gauge locations. Maxima observed over full simulation on specified grid.)