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10. River climate (Water temperature and flow)

10. River climate (Water temperature and flow)

11. Ocean climate

11. Ocean climate

For the sake of conciseness, all submodels are not extensively justified here. Please see [Wiki](https://github.com/Ibasam/IBASAM/wiki) and Piou et al. (2012) for further explanations and graphics of some of the mathematical functions used.

For the sake of conciseness, all submodels are not extensively justified here. Please see [model description](ibasam) and Piou et al. (2012) for further explanations and graphics of some of the mathematical functions used.

-**How to use IBASAM?**

-**How to use IBASAM?**

The IBASAM model was developed in C++ and interfaced as a shared library for R (R Development Core, 2010) to make easy the statistical analyses of model outputs. The C++ source codes and R scripts to create and use the model as R package are available online on Github. More detailed explanations are provided here:

The IBASAM model was developed in C++ and interfaced as a shared library for R (R Development Core, 2010) to make easy the statistical analyses of model outputs. The C++ source codes and R scripts to create and use the model as R package are available online on Github. More detailed explanations are provided here: