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MODFLOW 6: USGS Modular Hydrologic Model

MODFLOW is a popular open-source groundwater flow model distributed by the U.S. Geological Survey. 

ListingAnalyst

ListingAnalyst is a program for viewing the main output file from MODFLOW-2005, MODFLOW-NWT, MODFLOW-LGR, MODFLOW-CFP, MODFLOW-OWHM, and MODFLOW 6.

Eelgrass Biomass Model

This code release contains R and JAGS code for estimating average eelgrass biomass at two lagoons (Izembek and Kinzarof) within the Izembek National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska, using data from point count surveys conducted by National Wildlife Refuge and U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) personnel. Biomass is estimated using a gamma hurdle model which models the probability of occurrence and eelgrass abu

Scripts to Analyze Altitude Selection in Migrating Pacific Flyway Geese

This code repo contains three scripts used in the associated manuscript to run the analyses (01_model_prob_flight.r; 02_model_altitude_selection.r) and the simulation used to make predictions (03_simulate_prob_fly_per_altitude.r). The analysis serves to evaluate conditions that affect 1) whether geese are in flight vs. resting on the water, 2) what altitude is selected by flying geese, and 3) what

Software for Bayesian Mapping of Regionally Grouped, Sparse, Univariate Earth Science Data (Program BMRGSU)

BMRGSU is software developed by the U.S. Geological Survey for Bayesian mapping of regionally-grouped, sparse, univariate, Earth-science data. This software implements an algorithm that smooths the estimated property across regions so that the deleterious effects of sparse data are mitigated. The algorithm can account for measurements that are censored, it can process multiple datasets with differ

Low Flow Period Seasonality Trend and Climate Linkages Across the United States Software Release version 1.0.0

This is scientific code released to support the paper Low Flow Period Seasonality Trend And Climate Linkages Across The United States.

RESTORE/TCEQswqmisESTUSAL, Source code for manipulation of data stemming from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Surface Water Quality Monitoring Program with emphasis on salinity change statistics for Texas coastal segments

The RESTORE/TCEQswqmisESTUSAL repository contains R language source code that can be used for digesting data retrieved from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Surface Water Quality Monitoring Program through their Surface Water Quality Data Viewer. The workflow described concerns data manipulations, base data filtering, and computations towards documenting long-term salinity change (par

pfdf 1.0.0

pfdf: A Python library to facilitate post-wildfire debris-flow hazard assessments and research. This release provides the core functionality needed to implement operational hazard assessments. This includes tools to: * Analyze watersheds * Delineate and filter stream segment networks * Compute earth-system variables for stream segments in a network * Assess debris-flow probabilities using the mo

Rayleigh Step-Selection Functions

This project aimed to find connections between step-selection functions (SSFs) and partial differential equation models of animal movement and, in doing so, improve the flexibility of SSFs. Please see the associated manuscript cited above for further details.

WiggleMatch: a spreadsheet for radiocarbon wiggle-matching

This spreadsheet enables statistical and visual wiggle-matching of sequential radiocarbon ages from a tree-ring chronology to the IntCal20 calibration curve. It will calculate and plot an optimal fit of the samples to the calibration curve and the user can then incrementally move the wiggle-match in time to see the effect in both goodness-of-fit statistics and visually on a graph. This is useful w

Feeding Habits and Ecological Implications of the Invasive Flathead Catfish, Pylodictis olivaris, in the Susquehanna River Basin, Pennsylvania

Flathead Catfish _Pylodictis olivaris_ are a prominent aquatic invasive species within the United States and a recent invader in the Susquehanna River Basin, Pennsylvania. Flathead Catfish are piscivores known to consume native and recreationally important fish species. In the northeastern United States, it is unknown how this invader is impacting food webs and which species may be at greatest pre

RESTORE/makESTUSAL, Source code for construction of various statistical models and prediction of daily salinity in coastal regions of the Gulf of Mexico, United States

The RESTORE/makESTUSAL software repository contains R language source code that can be used for the construction of various statistical models and output time series of predicted daily salinity coastal regions of the Gulf of Mexico, United States. The source code is expansive, and the repository is organizationally deep following logical organization units. One major subsystem of the repository is