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Guide to Python code for SOTE model

The code contained in this repository corresponds to the SOTE model, as described in Kramer & Mau (2020). Click here for the corresponding article in Water Resources Research.

  1. In order to run the code, execute SOTE_script.py

  2. Input parameters are as follows:

  • Irrigation water salinity (Cirr, mmol_c/L)
  • Irrigation water sodicity fraction (Eirr, nondimensional)
  • Initial soil solution salinity (C_init, mmol_c/L)
  • Initial soil sodicity fraction (E_init, nondimensional)
  • Initial relative soil water content (s_init, nondimensional)
  • Soil depth (depth, mm)
  • Rain water salinity (Crain, mmol_c/L)
  • Rain water sodicity fraction (Erain, nondimensional)
  • Probably of rain (rain_prob, 1/day)
  • Mean rainfall depth (mean_height, mm)
  • Rainy season length (days)
  • Minimum evapotranspiration rate (ET_w, mm)
  • Time step (dt, day)
  • Simulation length (years, integer)
  • Rainfall season length (days, days)
  • Ratio of Irrigation to ET: (ET_ratio, integer)
  • Number of simulations (runs, integer)

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The code contained in this repository corresponds to the SOTE model, as described in Kramer & Mau (2020). Click below for the corresponding article in Water Resources Research.

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