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  • Model:TUGS  + (Time variation of longitudinal profile, sediment flux and grain size distributions of bedload, surface and subsurface sediment.)
  • Model:Barrier Inlet Environment (BRIE) Model  + (Timeseries of: Overwash fluxes (m3/m/s) Inlet fluxes (m3/m/s) Shoreface toe location (m) Shoreline location (m) Back-barrier location (m) Barrier Height (m) Inlet locations alongshore (m))
  • Model:PHREEQC  + (To many to list here, see ''Description of Input and Examples for PHREEQC Version 3 - A computer program for speciation, batch-reaction, one-dimensional transport, and inverse geochemical calculations'.)
  • Model:PyDeltaRCM  + (Toggle on/off in input file: - PNG files of eta, stage, depth - grids of eta, stage, depth (as netCDF4) - grids of sand fraction in stratigraphy (as netCDF4))
  • Model:TopoFlow  + (Too many to list here. Please see the HTML help system and the wiki pages for all of the process components.)
  • Model:MODFLOW  + (Too many to mention here, see: http://water.usgs.gov/nrp/gwsoftware/modflow2000/modflow2000.html)
  • Model:YANGs  + (Total load mass flux)
  • Model:Area-Slope Equation Calculator  + (Two output maps ESRI ASCII format: # Alpha (coefficient); # Constant.)
  • Model:SISV  + (Typical flow quantities: Velocities, Concentrations, Vorticity, Passive marker location)
  • Model:OlaFlow  + (VOF, U, turbulence variables...)
  • Model:Pllcart3d  + (Velocities and concentration fields of the particles are stored to binary files at given time steps.)
  • Model:DELTA  + (Vertically-integrated flow velocities and bed elevations as functions of time and two horizontal dimensions)
  • Model:2DFLOWVEL  + (Vertically-integrated flow velocities and water surface elevations as functions of time and two horizontal dimensions)
  • Model:WOFOST  + (WOFOST simulates the growth of a specific WOFOST simulates the growth of a specific crop and its interaction with the soil. Its main output variables consist of crop variables (like total biomass, yield, phenological development and leaf area index) and soil variables like soil water content. More recent versions of WOFOST also include the N/P/K amounts in the crop organs and soil.N/P/K amounts in the crop organs and soil.)
  • Model:MCPM  + (Water level Water velocity Bed shear stress Suspended sediment concentration Bed elevation)
  • Model:DepthDependentTaylorDiffuser  + (_info = { "bedrock__elevation": { _info = {</br> "bedrock__elevation": {</br> "dtype": float,</br> "intent": "out",</br> "optional": False,</br> "units": "m",</br> "mapping": "node",</br> "doc": "elevation of the bedrock surface",</br> },</br> "soil__depth": {</br> "dtype": float,</br> "intent": "inout",</br> "optional": False,</br> "units": "m",</br> "mapping": "node",</br> "doc": "Depth of soil or weathered bedrock",</br> },</br> "soil__flux": {</br> "dtype": float,</br> "intent": "out",</br> "optional": False,</br> "units": "m^2/yr",</br> "mapping": "link",</br> "doc": "flux of soil in direction of link",</br> },</br> "soil_production__rate": {</br> "dtype": float,</br> "intent": "in",</br> "optional": False,</br> "units": "m/yr",</br> "mapping": "node",</br> "doc": "rate of soil production at nodes",</br> },</br> "topographic__elevation": {</br> "dtype": float,</br> "intent": "inout",</br> "optional": False,</br> "units": "m",</br> "mapping": "node",</br> "doc": "Land surface topographic elevation",</br> },</br> "topographic__slope": {</br> "dtype": float,</br> "intent": "out",</br> "optional": False,</br> "units": "m/m",</br> "mapping": "link",</br> "doc": "gradient of the ground surface",</br> },</br> }t of the ground surface", }, })
  • Model:DetachmentLtdErosion  + (_info = { "surface_water__discharg_info = {</br> "surface_water__discharge": {</br> "dtype": float,</br> "intent": "in",</br> "optional": False,</br> "units": "m**3/s",</br> "mapping": "node",</br> "doc": "Volumetric discharge of surface water",</br> },</br> "topographic__elevation": {</br> "dtype": float,</br> "intent": "inout",</br> "optional": False,</br> "units": "m",</br> "mapping": "node",</br> "doc": "Land surface topographic elevation",</br> },</br> "topographic__slope": {</br> "dtype": float,</br> "intent": "in",</br> "optional": True,</br> "units": "-",</br> "mapping": "node",</br> "doc": "gradient of the ground surface",</br> },</br> }t of the ground surface", }, })
  • Model:SedFoam-2.0  + (alpha: sediment concentration Ua: sediment velocity Ub: fluid velocity p: fluid pressure Theta: granular temperature k: fluid kinetic energy epsilon/omega: fluid turbulent dissipation)
  • Model:Caesar  + (ascii grids (readable into arcGIS) and gooascii grids (readable into arcGIS) and google earth images of: DEM, flow depth, surface grainsize, shear stress, vegetation cover, velocity.</br>Also time series of water discharge and sediment discharge (across 9 grainsizes) at user chosen interval.</br>Also visual output to AVI file. interval. Also visual output to AVI file.)
  • Model:CrevasseFlow  + (averaged daily water discharge to lower reach of crevasse splay; averaged daily crevasse splay depth; averaged daily crevasse splay width)
  • Model:ZoneTaxon  + (boolean: Indicates if the taxon is still boolean: </br>Indicates if the taxon is still evolving. When `False` is returned,</br>this method will not be called for the taxon in subsequent stages in</br>the current model time step.<br></br>list of Taxon: </br>The children produced by the taxon at a given stage. The ``evolve``</br>method of child taxon will be called in stages following the stage</br>the child taxon was produced. An empty list indicates no child</br>taxon.roduced. An empty list indicates no child taxon.)
  • Model:Zscape  + (change in topographic profile with time)
  • Model:Meanderpy  + (channel centerlines; 3d model)
  • Model:DeltaClassification  + (classification of groups of similar zones classification of groups of similar zones within a deltasystem</br>code blocks that:</br></br>• loads in the shapefiles</br>• calculate the parameters for the network that both surround and drain the islands</br>• calculate the base metrics (e.g. perimeter, area, solidity, aspect ratio...)</br>• calculates maximum distance from the island center to the nearest water body</br>• estimates minimum, average and maximum widths of all network channels</br>• evaluates the fractal dimension of each delta island</br>• creates shapefiles based on the metrics calculated earlier in the code</br>• saves all metrics to an output file</br>• generates PCA and GeoSOM results from the island and channel metrics</br>• plots the U-matrix and dendrogram based on the GeoSOM resultsand dendrogram based on the GeoSOM results)
  • Model:GreenAmptInfiltrationModel  + (cumulative infiltration, infiltration rate)
  • Model:FVshock  + (depth, liquid and solid discharges along x and y. In the multi-layer version(under development), these are provided for each layer.)
  • Model:MarshMorpho2D  + (elevation through time many other parameters can be saved during the simulations (e.g., velocity, suspended sediment concentration))
  • Model:LinearDiffuser  + (elevation; slope gradient; soil unit discharge)
  • Model:HEBEM  + (elevations of all nodes elevation changes of all nodes)
  • Model:Equilibrium Calculator  + (equilibrium channel slope, width and depthequilibrium channel slope, width and depth, bankfull discharge, point bar height, difference in elevation between eroding and depositing banks, channel migration rate, overbank deposition rates of sand and mud, volume fraction content of sand and mud in the floodplain.content of sand and mud in the floodplain.)
  • Model:Gospl  + (evolving landscape, stratigraphy)
  • Model:Alpine3D  + (for every grid cell: air and surface tempefor every grid cell: air and surface temperature, relative humidity, short and long wave radiation, snow height, snow water content, albedo</br></br>Global outputs: catchment discharge, surface and subsurface flow</br></br>At user defined locations: full snow profiles (temperature profile, grain types, grain sizes, density, water content, liquid water content)sity, water content, liquid water content))
  • Model:VIC  + (http://www.hydro.washington.edu/Lettenmaier/Models/VIC/Documentation/Inputs.shtml)
  • Model:PRMS  + (http://wwwbrr.cr.usgs.gov/projects/SW_MoWS/software/oui_and_mms_s/prms.shtml)
  • Model:WACCM-CARMA  + (hundreds of physical parameters)
  • Model:ISSM  + (ice flow of an ice sheet, sea-level rise, visco-elastic uplift)
  • Model:IceFlow  + (ice thickness, ice velocity)
  • Model:ZoneController  + (list of Zones: The discrete zones identified in the mask.)
  • Model:WAVEREF  + (locus of points defining a wave ray)
  • Model:ModelParameterDictionary  + (n/a)
  • Model:WACCM-EE  + (netcdf output files describing atmospheric state, chemistry, etc)
  • Model:GrainHill  + (node state grid written to netCDF file (each node gets a code from 0 to 8; see papers))
  • Model:Coastal Landscape Transect Model (CoLT)  + (organic (allochthonous and autochthonous) and mineral deposition, bay extent, forest extent, marsh extent are the primary outputs)
  • Model:MARM5D  + (rasters of (at ArcGIS ASCII format): 1. sorasters of (at ArcGIS ASCII format):</br>1. soil PSD (d50) for each soil-profile layer at the end of the simulation (e.g. D50aL13.txt)</br>2. surface soil PSD (d50) at defined temporal increments (e.g. d50aL038.00pc.txt)</br>3. soil depth (cm) at defined temporal increments (e.g. DepthL038.00pc.txt)</br>4. total soil erosion (TotalErosion.txt)</br>5. soil PSD at the end of the simulation - a layer describing the % of each PSD grading classdescribing the % of each PSD grading class)
  • Model:FlowDirectorDinf  + (receivers : ndarray of size (num nodes, mareceivers : ndarray of size (num nodes, max neighbors at node)<br></br>For each node, the IDs of the nodes that receive its flow. </br>For nodes that do not direct flow to all neighbors, grid.BAD_INDEX is given as a placeholder. </br>The ID of the node itself is given if no other receiver is assigned.</br> </br>proportions : ndarray of size (num nodes, max neighbors at node)<br></br>For each receiver, the proportion of flow (between 0 and 1) is given. </br>A proportion of zero indicates that the link does not have flow along it.</br> </br>slopes: ndarray of size (num nodes, max neighbors at node)<br></br>For each node in the array ``recievers``, the slope value (positive downhill) in the direction of flow. </br>If no flow occurs (value of ``recievers`` is -1), then this array is set to 0.</br> </br>steepest_slope : ndarray<br></br>The slope value (positive downhill) in the direction of flow.</br> </br>steepest_receiver : ndarray<br></br>For each node, the node ID of the node connected by the steepest link. </br>grid.BAD_INDEX is given if no flow emmanates from the node.</br> </br>sink : ndarray<br></br>IDs of nodes that are flow sinks (they are their own receivers)</br> </br>receiver_links : ndarray of size (num nodes, max neighbors at node)<br></br>ID of links that leads from each node to its receiver, or grid.BAD_INDEX if no flow occurs on this link.</br> </br>steepest_link : ndarray<br></br>For each node, the link ID of the steepest link. </br>grid.BAD_INDEX is given if no flow emanates from the node. link ID of the steepest link. grid.BAD_INDEX is given if no flow emanates from the node.)
  • Model:FlowDirectorMFD  + (receivers : ndarray of size (num nodes, mareceivers : ndarray of size (num nodes, max neighbors at node)<br></br>For each node, the IDs of the nodes that receive its flow. For nodes that do not direct flow to all neighbors, BAD_INDEX_VALUE is given as a placeholder. The ID of the node itself is given if no other receiver is assigned.</br> </br>proportions : ndarray of size (num nodes, max neighbors at node)<br></br>For each receiver, the proportion of flow (between 0 and 1) is given. A proportion of zero indicates that the link does not have flow along it.</br> </br>slopes: ndarray of size (num nodes, max neighbors at node)<br></br>For each node in the array ``recievers``, the slope value (positive downhill) in the direction of flow. If no flow occurs (value of ``recievers`` is -1), then this array is set to 0.</br> </br>steepest_slope : ndarray<br></br>The slope value (positive downhill) in the direction of flow.</br> </br>steepest_receiver : ndarray<br></br>For each node, the node ID of the node connected by the steepest link. BAD_INDEX_VALUE is given if no flow emmanates from the node.</br> </br>sink : ndarray<br></br>IDs of nodes that are flow sinks (they are their own receivers)</br> </br>receiver_links : ndarray of size (num nodes, max neighbors at node)<br></br>ID of links that leads from each node to its receiver, or BAD_INDEX_VALUE if no flow occurs on this link.</br> </br>steepest_link : ndarray<br></br>For each node, the link ID of the steepest link. BAD_INDEX_VALUE is given if no flow emanates from the node. link ID of the steepest link. BAD_INDEX_VALUE is given if no flow emanates from the node.)
  • Model:DECAL  + (resultant landscape topography and vegetation distributions; annual avalanching statistics)
  • Model:Auto marsh  + (salt marsh erosion rate, shape of marsh boundary, erosion time, magnitude of erosion events frequency occurrence erosion events of a given magnitude)
  • Model:TwoPhaseEulerSedFoam  + (sediment concentration (alpha); carrier flsediment concentration (alpha); carrier fluid turbulence (k, epsilon); granular temperature (Theta); fluid pressure (p); sediment and fluid velocities (Ua, Ub); turbulence modulation factor (tmf); particle pressure ( kinetic part, pa), more details are described in the user maunal. details are described in the user maunal.)
  • Model:Sedtrans05  + (sediment transport rate, direction of sediment transport, bedforms, and several intermediate results (settling velocity, threshold of movements , bed shear stress, etc.))