Commit 971af5ae authored by Johannes Boog's avatar Johannes Boog
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[doc] update JOSS

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title: 'r2ogs6: An interface to the OpenGeoSys 6 Multiphysics Simulator'
title: 'r2ogs6: An R interface to the OpenGeoSys 6 Multiphysics Simulator'
tags:
- R
- OpenGeoSys
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Understanding the impacts of climate change and hydrologic extreme events on our sub--surface earth system is even in temperate zones of utmost importance.
Key tools to develop such understanding are physics--based simulation models that describe the manifold interactions of involved natural phenomena across time and space.
Our `R` package `r2ogs6` provides a file--based interface to the multi--physics simulation code `OpenGeoSys 6` [@Kolditz2012; @Bilke2019] and, therefore, allows `R` users to perform and analyze simulation models of the sub--surface earth system in `R`.
Our `R` package `r2ogs6` provides a file--based `R` interface to the multi--physics simulation code `OpenGeoSys 6` [@Kolditz2012; @Bilke2019] and, therefore, enables `R` users to perform and analyze simulation models of the sub--surface earth system in `R`.
`r2ogs6` allows to access the capabilities of `OpenGeoSys 6` to simulate thermo-hydro-mechanical-chemical and biological (THMC/B) processes in porous and fractured media within `R`.
In this way, `r2ogs6` enables `R` users to model sub--surface phenomena and technologies such as groundwater flow, reactive transport, geothermal energy usage and/or nuclear waste repositories as well as to analyze and further process simulation output with the power of a high--level data science language.
`r2ogs6` enables users to prepare and manipulate `OpenGeoSys 6` simulation models, run the simulations and retrieve corresponding output, all within an `R` session or simple `R` scripts.
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