Coastal Sciences, Gulf Coast Research Laboratory
The Fortran code is a mechanistic model used to predict wetland change by 2100 under a variety of sea-level rise (SLR) scenarios (4 mm/yr to 20 mm/yr with an increment of 5 mm/yr) at the Grand Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve (NERR). It accounts for accretion and erosion processes important to drive wetland elevation change.
Wu, Wei, "Wetland change on sea level rise for Grand Bay" (2017). Understanding the Trajectory of Mississippi Coastal Salt Marsh Structure Function, and Processes in the face of Sea Level Rise: Data and Information Repository. 11.