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DDS (Dynamically Dimensioned Search)
Fortran and matlab source code and executables for the DDS algorithm, a heuristic optimization method for application to environmental models. (B. Tolson)

MESH
A distributed grid-based hydrological model for use with integrated atmospheric models. Based upon CLASS 3.4 and WATFLOOD (Environment Canada, R.Soulis)

Nighthawk
Nighthawk simulates the fate and transport of biogeochemically reactive contaminants in the saturated subsurface. Nighthawk utilizes a fully-kinetic operator-splitting technique to solve the one-dimensional advective-dispersive-reactive (ADR) equation (LS Matott, former EMA group faculty)

Ostrich
An optimization/parameter estimation toolkit, Ostrich implements numerous model-independent heuristic and gradient-based optimization and calibration (parameter estimation) routines (LS Matott, former EMA group faculty)

Raven
A robust and flexible hydrological modelling framework, designed for application to challenging hydrological problems in academia and practice. This fully object-oriented code provides complete flexibility in spatial discretization, interpolation, process representation, and forcing function generation. (JR Craig)

Visual AEM
A graphical user interface for groundwater flow and contaminant transport modeling using the analytic element method. Includes tools for capture zone delineation, particle tracking, zone budget/transect analysis, GIS import/export, mesh generation, and parameter estimation (JR Craig,LS Matott)

WATFLOOD
An integrated set of computer programs to forecast flood flows for watershed having response times ranging from one hour to several weeks. (N.Kouwen, F.Segleneiks)