KarstMod

KarstMod is a collaborative project developed by the French SNO Karst.

It provides a platform for global modeling of the rain-level-flow relationship in karstic basins. The platform provides a set of tools to assess the dynamics of the compartments considered in the model, and detect possible flaws in structure and parameterization. This platform is developed as part of the KARST observatory network initiated by INSU / CNRS, which aims to strengthen the sharing of knowledge and promote interdisciplinary research on karst systems at national level.

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KarstMod is free software and without any warranty. You are invited to redistribute it. Please see the license menu for more distribution details.

References

  • Mazzilli N., Guinot V., Jourde H., et al. (2019) KarstMod: A modelling platform for rainfall – discharge analysis and modelling dedicated to karst systems. Environmental Modelling and Software 122, 103927 doi:10.1016/j.envsoft.2017.03.015hal:hal-01685224
  • Mazzilli N., Labat D., Massei N. et al. (2018) KarstMod, une plateforme dédiée à la modélisation pluie-niveau-débit des aquifères karstiques. Géologues : revue de l’Union française des géologues, Société Géologique de France, 195, pp. 43-45. hal:hal-01846311

Examples of KarstMod applications

  • Baudement C, Arfib B, Mazzilli N, Jouves J, Lamarque T, Guglielmi Y. 2017. Groundwater management of a highly dynamic karst by assessing baseflow and quickflow with a rainfall-discharge model (Dardennes springs, SE France), Bull. Soc. géol. Fr. 188: 40 doi:10.1051/bsgf/2017203
  • Kazakis N, Chalikakis K, Mazzilli N, Ollivier C, Manakos A, Voudouris K. 2018. Management and research strategies of karst aquifers in Greece: Literature overview and exemplification based on hydrodynamic modelling and vulnerability assessment of a strategic karst aquifer, Science of The Total Environment, 643: 592-609, doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.06.184.
  • Poulain A, Watlet A, Kaufmann O, et al. 2018. Assessment of groundwater recharge processes through karst vadose zone by cave percolation monitoring. Hydrological Processes. 32: 2069– 2083. doi:10.1002/hyp.13138
  • Sivelle V, Labat D, Mazzilli N, Massei N, Jourde H. Dynamics of the Flow Exchanges between Matrix and Conduits in Karstified Watersheds at Multiple Temporal Scales. Water. 2019; 11(3):569 doi:10.3390/w11030569
  • Duran L, Massei N, Lecoq N, Fournier M, Labat D. 2020. Analyzing multi-scale hydrodynamic processes in karst with a coupled conceptual modeling and signal decomposition approach, Journal of Hydrology, 583:124625, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2020.124625
  • Jeannin P-Y, Artigue G, Butscher C, Chang Y, Charlier J-B, et al.. 2021. Karst modelling challenge 1: Results of hydrological modelling. Journal of Hydrology, 126508. doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2021.126508. hal-03265800
  • Sivelle V, Jourde H. 2021. A methodology for the assessment of groundwater resource variability in karst catchments with sparse temporal measurements. Hydrogeol J 29, 137–157 doi:10.1007/s10040-020-02239-2
  • Sivelle V, Jourde H, Bittner D, Mazzilli N, Tramblay Y, 2021. Assessment of the relative impacts of climate changes and anthropogenic forcing on spring discharge of a Mediterranean karst system, Journal of Hydrology,
    598, 126396, doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2021.126396
  • Frank S, Goeppert N, Goldscheider N. 2021. Improved understanding of dynamic water and mass budgets of high-alpine karst systems obtained from studying a well-defined catchment area. Hydrological Processes. 35:e14033. doi:10.1002/hyp.14033