Software

Water

Explore software used for all water resources applications, including general use, water quality and chemistry, groundwater, statistics and graphics, and surface water.

Filter Total Items: 109
Date published: October 11, 2019

ModelMuse: A Graphical User Interface for Groundwater Models

ModelMuse is a Graphical User Interface for MODFLOW 6, MODFLOW-2005, MODFLOW-LGR, MODFLOW-LGR2, MODFLOW-NWT, MODFLOW-CFP, MODFLOW-OWHM, MT3DMS, SUTRA, PHAST, MODPATH, ZONEBUDGET and WellFootprint.

Attribution: Water Resources
Date published: October 3, 2019

RSPARROW

RSPARROW, now available on the USGS GitLab repository, provides the first open-source version of the USGS SPARROW water-quality model

Date published: August 21, 2019

GCLAS (Graphical Constituent Loading Analysis System): A tool for computing loads of constituents transported in rivers

GCLAS is a program designed to compute daily and annual loadings of constituents transported in rivers. 

Date published: July 10, 2019

Stream Channel and Floodplain Metric Toolbox

The Stream Channel and Floodplain Metric Toolbox was developed to demonstrate the feasibility of mapping fluvial geomorphic features from high-resolution bare-earth elevation data.

Date published: June 28, 2019

MT3D-USGS: Groundwater Solute Transport Simulator for MODFLOW

MT3D-USGS is a USGS updated release of the groundwater solute transport code MT3DMS. MT3D-USGS includes new transport modeling capabilities to accommodate flow terms calculated by MODFLOW packages that were previously unsupported by MT3DMS and to provide greater flexibility in the simulation of solute transport and reactive solute transport.

Date published: June 25, 2019

GSFLOW: Coupled Groundwater and Surface-Water Flow Model

Groundwater and Surface-water FLOW (GSFLOW) was developed to simulate coupled groundwater and surface-water resources. The model is based on the integration of the U.S. Geological Survey Precipitation-Runoff Modeling System (PRMS) and the U.S. Geological Survey Modular Groundwater Flow Model (MODFLOW).

Attribution: Water Resources
Date published: June 14, 2019

Precipitation Runoff Modeling System (PRMS)

The Precipitation-Runoff Modeling System is a deterministic, distributed-parameter, physical process based modeling system developed to evaluate the response of various combinations of climate and land use on streamflow and general watershed hydrology.

Attribution: Water Resources
Date published: April 26, 2019

Basin Characterization Model (BCM)

The Basin Characterization Model (BCM) models the interactions of climate with empirically measured landscape attributes including topography, soils, and underlying geology. It is a grid-based model that calculates the water balance for each 18-acre cell (270m resolution) in a given watershed in set time steps for the entire area. 

Date published: March 11, 2019

MODFLOW 6: USGS Modular Hydrologic Model

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

Attribution: Water Resources
Date published: March 4, 2019

MODFLOW-2005: USGS Three-Dimensional Finite-Difference Ground-Water Model

MODFLOW 6 is presently the core MODFLOW version distributed by the USGS, but MODFLOW-2005 (the previous core version) is still actively maintained and supported. MODFLOW-2005 simulates steady and nonsteady flow in an irregularly shaped flow system in which aquifer layers can be confined,...

Attribution: Water Resources
Date published: March 4, 2019

SPARROW Modeling Program

SPARROW is a popular watershed modeling technique, distributed by the USGS, that estimates the amount of a contaminant transported from inland watersheds to larger water bodies by linking monitoring data with information on watershed characteristics and contaminant sources.

Attribution: Water Resources
Date published: March 4, 2019

iRIC river flow and riverbed variation analysis

iRIC (International River Interface Cooperative) is a river flow and riverbed variation analysis software package which combines the functionality of MD_SWMS (Multi-Dimensional Surface-Water Modeling System), developed by the USGS, and RIC-Nays, developed by the Foundation of Hokkaido River Disaster Prevention Research Center.

Attribution: Water Resources