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Turbidity currents occur widely in submarine environments, but field-scale numerical simulations of the flow features have not been applied extensively. Here, we present a two-dimensional layer-averaged numerical model to simulate turbidity currents over an erodible sediment bed, and taking into consideration deposition, entrainment and friction. The numerical model was developed based on the open-source code, Basilisk, ensuring well-balanced and positivity-preserving properties. An adaptive spatial discretization was used, which allows multi-level refinement. The adaptive criterion is based on the dynamic features of the flow and sediment concentrations. The numerical scheme has a relatively high computational efficiency compared with models based...

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