Ecomsed

ECOMSED is a three-dimensional numerical model that simulates hydrodynamic, wave, and sediment transport. This model can be used to simulate the spatial and temporal distribution of water levels, currents, waves, water temperature, salinity, tracers, and sticky/non-viscous sediments in marine and freshwater systems.

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ECOMSED is a three-dimensional numerical model that simulates hydrodynamic, wave, and sediment transport. This model can be used to simulate the spatial and temporal distribution of water levels, currents, waves, water temperature, salinity, tracers, and sticky/non-viscous sediments in marine and freshwater systems.

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