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Monarch threats code

Wayne E Thogmartin
Monarch treats code

Near-surface wind fields for San Francisco Bay--historical and 21st-century projected time series

Andrea O'Neill, Li H. Erikson & Patrick Barnard
To support Coastal Storm Modeling System (CoSMoS) in the San Francisco Bay (v2.1), time series of historical and 21st-century near-surface wind fields (eastward and northward wind arrays) were simulated throughout the Bay. While global climate models (GCMs) provide useful projections of near-surface wind vectors into the 21st century, resolution is not sufficient enough for use in regional wave modeling projects, such as CoSMoS. Short-duration high wind speeds, on the order of hours, are of key...

MODFLOW2000 model used to simulate the groundwater flow of the Denver Basin Aquifer System, Colorado

Edward R. Banta, Suzanne S. Paschke & David W. Litke
A three-dimensional groundwater flow model (MODFLOW2000) of the Denver Basin bedrock aquifer system and overlying alluvial aquifer was developed to provide quantitative estimates of groundwater flow conditions and provide a useful tool for managers to analyze temporal changes to the hydrologic system in response to changing climatic conditions and future groundwater development. In 2004, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) initiated large-scale regional studies to provide updated assessments of groundwater availability in important principal aquifers across...

MODFLOW2000_FMP1_1 model used to simulate the groundwater flow of the Central Valley Aquifer, California

Claudia C. Faunt
A three-dimensional groundwater flow model (MODFLOW200-FMP1_1) of the Central Valley in California was developed to aid water managers in understanding how water moves through the aquifer system, to predict water-supply scenarios, and to address issues related to water competition. The USGS Groundwater Resources Program made a detailed assessment of groundwater availability of the Central Valley aquifer system, which includes: (1) the present status of groundwater resources; (2) how these resources have changed over time; and...

GSFLOW model simulations used to evaluate the impact of irrigated agriculture on surface water � groundwater interaction

Hedeff I. Essaid, Rodney Caldwell & Jim Constantz
Watershed-scale coupled surface water (SW) � groundwater (GW) flow modeling was used to examine changes in streamflow and SW � GW interaction resulting from irrigation and associated SW diversions and GW pumping. The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) model GSFLOW, an integration of the USGS Precipitation-Runoff Modeling System (PRMS) and the Modular Ground-Water Flow Model (MODFLOW), was utilized for this effort. Processes represented in the model include daily rain, snowfall, snowmelt, streamflow, surface runoff, interflow, infiltration,...

SUTRA model used to evaluate the role of uplift and erosion in the persistence of saline groundwater in the shallow subsurface

Richard M. Yager, Clifford I Voss & Ward E. Sandford
A modified version of the three-dimensional, variable-density solute-transport model (SUTRA) was developed to simulate the effects of erosion and uplift on the flushing of brine with meteoric water in Permian through Mississippian rocks of the Appalachian Plateaus. The model was run in 10-Ma transient simulations for a range of values of permeability and anisotropy. Model results indicate that the depth of shallow Paleozoic brine in the Appalachian Plateaus is controlled by the flushing rate of...

Simulation of Groundwater Flow and Pumping Scenarios for 1900-2050 near Mount Pleasant, South Carolina

Jason M. Fine, Bruce G. Campbell & Matthew D. Petkewich
Increasing water use from the Upper Cretaceous Middendorf aquifer in South Carolina has created a large, regional cone of depression in the potentiometric surface of the Middendorf aquifer in Charleston and Berkeley Counties, South Carolina. Groundwater-level declines of up to 249 feet (ft) have been observed in wells over the past 125 years and are a result of groundwater use for public-water supply, irrigation, and private industry. To address the concerns of users of the...

Single amino acid substitutions in the selectivity filter render NbXIP1;1α aquaporin water permeable - Mutant 2

Aquaporins (AQPs) are integral membrane proteins that facilitate transport of water and/or other small neutral solutes across membranes in all forms of life. The X Intrinsic Proteins (XIPs) are the most recently recognized and the least characterized aquaporin subfamily in higher plants. XIP1s have been shown to be impermeable to water but permeable to boric acid, glycerol, hydrogen peroxide and urea. However, uncertainty of the determinants for selectivity and lack of an activity that is...

Single amino acid substitutions in the selectivity filter render NbXIP1;1α aquaporin water permeable - Mutant 8

Aquaporins (AQPs) are integral membrane proteins that facilitate transport of water and/or other small neutral solutes across membranes in all forms of life. The X Intrinsic Proteins (XIPs) are the most recently recognized and the least characterized aquaporin subfamily in higher plants. XIP1s have been shown to be impermeable to water but permeable to boric acid, glycerol, hydrogen peroxide and urea. However, uncertainty of the determinants for selectivity and lack of an activity that is...

Model Archive Summary for Suspended-Sediment Concentration at Station 05321195; Blue Earth River at Highway 169 at Mankato, Minnesota

Joel T Groten
This model archive summary (MAS) documents the suspended-sediment concentration (SSC) model developed to compute 15-minute SSC from turbidity readings. This is the first model developed for the Blue Earth River at Highway 169 at Mankato, Minnesota (Station ID 05321195).

Model Archive Summary for Suspended-Sediment Concentration at Station 05374900; Zumbro River at Kellogg, Minnesota

Joel T Groten
This model archive summary (MAS) documents the suspended-sediment concentration (SSC) model developed to compute 15-minute SSC from turbidity readings. This is the first model developed for the Zumbro River at Kellogg, Minnesota (Station ID 05374900)

Ella V3.1 Morphed to BMI of 26 kg/m^2

Fats 3.0 Morphed 96kg 1.82m

3D human model

The gravity field model based on the second invariant of the GOCE gravitational gradient tensor: IGGT_R1

Biao Lu, Zhicai Luo, Bo Zhong, Hao Zhou, Christoph Förste, Franz Barthelmes, Frank Flechtner & Rui Zhou
IGGT_R1 is a static gravity field model based on the second invariant of the GOCE gravitational gradient tensor, up to degree and order 240. Based on tensor theory, three invariants of the gravitational gradient tensor (IGGT) are independent of the gradiometer reference frame (GRF). Compared to traditional methods for calculation of gravity field models based on GOCE data, which are affected by errors in the attitude indicator, using IGGT and least squares method avoids the...

Model of the Preterm Eye

Nigel M Bolster
Model of the preterm eye between 28 and 52 weeks post-menstrual age. To generate models for ages within the aforementioned range execute the script contained in 'Preterm_eye.zpl' from 'Neonatal_Eye_Retinal Image_all_ages_GRIN_1.2_start__pos.zmx' in Zemax OpticStudio. To re-run the simulation that arrived at this model execute the script contained in 'Preterm_eye_lens_dims_sim.zpl' from 'Neonatal_Eye_Retinal Image_all_ages_GRIN_1.2_start__pos.zmx' using the merit function contained in 'Preterm_RE_Final.MF'. The model makes use of the code for the age-dependent model of the crystalline lens contained in...

The Extension for Geosciences (EFG) of the Access to Biological Collection Data (ABCD) schema

W. Kiessling, C. Copp, A. Rissoné, M. Döring & H. Mewis
ABCDEFG (Access to Biological Collection Databases Extended for Geosciences) is an XML-Schema (Extensible Markup Language) developed for the usage with paleontological, mineralogical and geological digitalized collection data. It extends the ABCD-XML-Schema (Access to Biological Collection Databases) used by GBIF (Global Biodiversity Iformation Facility; https://www.gbif.org). The ABCDEFG-XML-Schema is used to map data sources with individual data models to a standardized data schema with well documented terms and descriptions.

LevelDynamics_Matlab/Simulink_R2016b_sources

Models used in 'Free Surface Water Flows - Modeling, Simulation and Control' developed in Matlab/Simulink R2016b.

GSFLOW model for simulating groundwater and surface water in the upper Deschutes Basin, Oregon

Marshall W. Gannett, Kenneth E. Lite, John C. Risley, Esther M. Pischel & Johathan L. La Marche
A three-dimensional integrated groundwater/surface-water model was developed for the upper Deschutes Basin in central Oregon to better understand groundwater and surface-water flow and interconnections, and to provide the capability for simulating the hydrologic response to external stresses including climate change. The model was calibrated using groundwater and streamflow observation data collected from 1980 through 2013. This data release contains all of the input and output files for simulation of historic conditions (the base run) plus...

MODFLOW-2005 and MT3DMS models used to design and evaluate a bioremediation experiment at the former Naval Air Warfare Center, West Trenton, NJ

Claire R Tiedeman, Paul A. Hsieh & Allen M. Shapiro
MODFLOW-2005 groundwater flow models and MT3DMS solute transport models were developed to represent conditions in the vicinity of a bioremediation experiment conducted in fractured rocks underlying the former Naval Air Warfare Center, West Trenton, New Jersey. The groundwater flow models include transient simulations of water-level changes during six field aquifer tests and steady-state simulations of hydraulic head at the site. The solute transport models include simulations of bromide tracer transport and of injection conditions during...

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