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Drifting seaweeds plays a major role in areas where they are present. We describe a computer model, Jeosim that clarifies the roles of those seaweeds in relation to their transport using particle tracking algorithm. The Euler rule with trapezoidal approximation, used to calculate drifting paths, is implemented in JeoSim in discrete events fashion in order to simulate the path and movement of seaweeds. Pre-processing of the ocean currents is done with the Princeton Ocean circulation Model (POM).doi:10.1016/j.ecoinf.2009.08.011 fatcat:kjce5toacjgflepruxrx7topli