Lake inflows calculation

By: Carter, G. S.
Contributor(s): NIWA Christchurch (N.Z.).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: NIWA Christchurch miscellaneous report ; 194.Publisher: Christchurch, NZ : NIWA Christchurch, 1994Description: 11 p.Subject(s): LAKES | INFLOW | MODELS | SOFTWARE | TIDEDA
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S.M. Thompson in reports WS1450 "Calculation of lake inflow records" and WS1453 "Lake inflows in TIDEDA" explains the problems and procedures involved in calculating the inflows into a lake. This work refines the calculation algorithm used and also rewrites the program in Fortran. The reasons for moving to Fortran are 1) the psim version was reaching the maximum number of variable names allowed by the psim language, and 2) using Fortran still allows the use of TIDEDA as the means of storing the records. (auth.)
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S.M. Thompson in reports WS1450 "Calculation of lake inflow records" and WS1453 "Lake inflows in TIDEDA" explains the problems and procedures involved in calculating the inflows into a lake. This work refines the calculation algorithm used and also rewrites the program in Fortran. The reasons for moving to Fortran are 1) the psim version was reaching the maximum number of variable names allowed by the psim language, and 2) using Fortran still allows the use of TIDEDA as the means of storing the records. (auth.)

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