# Search by property

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This page provides a simple browsing interface for finding entities described by a property and a named value. Other available search interfaces include the page property search, and the ask query builder.

## List of results

- 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. so … rasters 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, ma … receivers : 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, ma … receivers : 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 fl … sediment 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.))* - Model:Marsh column model +
*(sediment, root, and carbon fractions as a function of depth porosity as a function of depth)* - Model:MODFLOW 6 +
*(see MODFLOW 6 Description of Input/Output at https://water.usgs.gov/water-resources/software/MODFLOW-6)* - Model:OTIS +
*(solute concentrations as a function of time and space at user-defined locations within the modeled stream system)* - Model:ThawLake1D +
*(temperature time series at variable depths into the subsurface in deg C lake depth in m ice thickness in m)*

**Model:Symphonie +***(temperature, salinity, current 3D fields. Air/sea fluxes)*

- Model:SIMSAFADIM +
*(temporal/spatial distribution of sediment types and fluid flow conditions, stratigraphic architecture of deposit)* - Model:PISM +
*(the evolution of ice extent and thickness over time, the thermal and dynamic states of the ice sheet, and the associated lithospheric response)* - Model:PySBeLT +
*(the vertical and horizontal positions of e … the vertical and</br>horizontal positions of every particle center, the randomly sampled number of entrainment</br>events, the number of particles actually entrained, the actual particle travel distance, the</br>particle ‘age’, or the number of numerical steps since last entrainment for every particle, and</br>the number of particles which cross all boundaries, i.e. sub-region and downstream at x_maxs, i.e. sub-region and downstream at x_max)* - Model:Point-Tidal-flat +
*(tidal flat elevation in time)* - Model:Bifurcation +
*(time series - such as water and sediment partitioning spatial - such as bed elevation profiles, saved at lower time resolution (chosen by user))* - Model:CSt ASMITA +
*(time-histories of shoreline positions on a sub-grid scale and the water depths over the gridded portion of the model. Time histories of the inlet cross-section and the areas of bar, channels and tidal flats in the estuary)* - Model:FireGenerator +
*(time_to_next_fire : float<br> Updated value for the time to next fire.)* - Model:TopoToolbox +
*(topographic derivatives (slope, curvature, flow accumulation, drainage basins), flow paths, chiplots, swath profiles, among others.)* - Model:MARSSIM V4 +
*(ultiple state variables and summary data)* - Model:FineSed3D +
*(vel.*: fluid velocity, binary format, the … vel.*: fluid velocity, binary format, the I/O format can be found in io.F in the folder \Src.</br>conc.*: sediment concentration, binary format, see io.F in the folder \Src for detailed I/O information.</br>press.*: fluid dynamic pressure, binary format, see io.F in the folder \Src for detailed I/O information.</br>vel\_p.*: difference of sediment velocity from fluid velocity, output if inertia effect or hindered settling effect is considered, binary format, see io.F in the folder \Src for detailed I/O information.</br>DDt.*: material derivative of fluid velocity, output if inertia effect is included, binary format, see io.F in the folder \Src for detailed I/O information.</br>ushear.dat: time series of plane averaged bottom shear velocity, it is output every time step, ASCII format.</br>logfile: log of screen output to monitor the quantities such as CFL number, domain averaged concentration, bottom concentration, etc., ASCII format. bottom concentration, etc., ASCII format.)* - Model:Tracer dispersion calculator +
*(volume fraction content of tracers in the deposit)* - Model:STVENANT +
*(water depths (m), water discharges (m3/s), free surface elevation with respect to the SWL (m))* - Model:HYPE +
*(water discharge, nutrients)* - Model:Mosartwmpy +
*(water volume, water flux, reservoir storage, unmet water demand)* - Model:Rabpro +
*(watershed boundaries, river elevation profiles, and catchment statistics)* - Model:RCPWAVE +
*(wave height, period, and direction throughout the specified computational domain)* - Model:XBeach +
*(wave heights, velocities, water levels, sediment concentrations, sediment transport rates, bottom changes, bathymetry, additional model variables)* - Model:BEDLOAD +
*(weight bedload transport rates of each size-density fraction)* - Model:Badlands +
*(xdmf time series calling hdf5 files.)*