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The noff.100 file records the wet/dry state of elements where 1 indicates an element is categorized as wet on the time step that the dataset was written while a value of 0 indicates that an element is categorized as dry. The name of the elemental wet/dry array in ADCIRC is NOFF.
These data are generally only valuable to ADCIRC developers who are working on experimental wet/dry algorithms.
See noff.100 file format for details.