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int n,t,t2,idum,duration,nsteps;
float tau,per,drift,eta,*T,*B,Bh,*v,deltaT,timestep;

fp1=fopen("iceagemodel","w");
T=vector(1,maxoutputlength);
B=vector(1,maxoutputlength);
v=vector(1,maxoutputlength);
eta=0.9;
tau=75;
drift=0.2;
T[1]=0;B[1]=0;v[1]=0;
idum=-7834;
timestep=100; /* yr */
duration=3000000; /* yr */
nsteps=(int)(duration/timstep);
for (t=1;t<=nsteps;t++)
{if (T[t]<-1) deltaT=-T[t]-3.2*sqrt(-1-T[t])+eta*gasdev(&idum)+drift;
else deltaT=-T[t]+eta*gasdev(&idum)+drift;
Bh=0;
for (t2=t-2*tau;t2<t;t2++)
if (t2>1) Bh+=-(T[t2]-1)*exp(-fabs(t-t2)/tau)/tau;
B[t+1]=Bh;
if (T[t]<-1) v[t+1]=fabs(B[t+1]-B[t]); else v[t+1]=0;
deltaT+=25*v[t+1];
T[t+1]=T[t]+deltaT;
fprintf(fp1,"%d %f %f %f\n",t*100.0,T[t],v[t+1],Bh);}
fclose(fp1);
}
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