Christina River Basin CZO is working on a variety of numerical models, with collaboration from scientists at Stroud Water Research Center, University of Delaware, Vanderbilt University, and Penn State.
Two-dimensional finite element model for hillslope DOC
Physically based model of water, heat, refractory DOC and biodegradable DOC transport on a 2D (vertical cross section) hillslope
Dynamic response of surface water-groundwater exchange to currents, tides, and waves in an estuary
Changes in fluid flux across the sediment-water interface in a shallow estuary due to changes in currents, waves, and tides
Integrated one dimensional physically-based dissolved organic carbon model
A one-dimensional transport model for heat, and biodegradeable and refractory dissolved organic carbon in soils
Penn State Integrated Hydrologic Model
Multiprocess, multi-scale hydrologic model.
Penn State Integrated Hydrological Model for Dissolved Organic Carbon
PIHM is a physically based, fully distributed hydrological model