Working version of wavelet analysis-based unstructured mesh generation. I carry out a wavelet analysis of flow metrics to get the mesh below. Regions with smooth flow are kept coarse, regions with rapid changes are refined.
Just watched Miracle Mile. It's a weird little 80s film that starts as a romantic comedy and ends with nuclear war.
Almost finished with the particle tracker. I can now track across surface and subsurface domains (left) and get the residence time along the paths (right).
We observe that in this case, once a particle exfiltrates, it's quickly advected to the stream and does not re-enter the subsurface.
171 day rainfall-runoff simulation in a catchment of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado, using Amanzi/ATS. Precipitation is based on Daymet data. First part of a 2-year integrated hydrology simulation. Run on 128 cores of the NERSC cluster. #hpcHydrology
fluid mechanician at the geochemistry department of berkeley lab (he/him)
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