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  • The data contains numerical model simulations designed to assess the influence of a) a permeable bed on flow structures above and within the pore spaces of a bed and b) a biofilm streamer on the free flow structure. For the former the data relates to a novel Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) model that is able to simulate flow both in the boundary layer flow and Brinkman layer. This allows simultaneous predictions of surface and subsurface flow in one numerical scheme. The analysis is applied to undertake a numerical sensitivity experiment to assess how bed permeability influences flow over bed forms typically found in river channels e.g. dunes. For the latter the data simulates flow around biofilm-streamers in the laminar flow regime. Numerical simulations simulate the flapping motion of a single biofilm streamer. The major thrust of the study is to investigate the impact of changing Reynolds number on hydrodynamic characteristics of the ambient flow and the frequency of biofilm oscillation. Full details about this nonGeographicDataset can be found at

  • These data are input files for CAESAR-Lisflood (CL), a numerical hydrodynamic-landscape evolution model. These files were created to support coupled hydrodynamic-landscape evolution modelling to evaluate the geomorphological response of river channels affected by the 7th February 2021 ice-rock avalanche and debris flow in Chamoli District, Uttarakhand, India. They include 10 m digital elevation models (DEMs) of bed rock and land surface topography in a gridded (raster) format. They also include reanalysis-derived river discharge data generated by the GEOGloWS project at the following locations: Rontigad, Rishiganga, Dhauliganga, and Alaknanda. The configuration settings and parameters for CL modelling are also included. Full details about this dataset can be found at

  • These data are derived from a voyage on Australia’s R/V Investigator, IN2019_v04, ‘Hotspot dynamics in the Coral Sea: connections between the Australian plate and the deep Earth’. The voyage surveyed the Tasmantid and Lord Howe Seamounts in the Tasman and Coral Seas, together with the Louisiade Plateau in the Coral Sea, sailing from Cairns on 7 Aug 2019 and arriving in Brisbane on 3 Sep 2019. The voyage summary is available at This directory includes the ship data, in some cases with initial onshore processing done by CSIRO technical staff (e.g., the underway data). More details are available in the README file.