Depending on how you configure your input, output from the program can include the evolution of:
Porosity and permeability of strata across the basin, as calculated from overburden stress, fluid pressure, and stress history.
Fluid pressure in basin strata, accounting for the effects of sediment compaction during burial and rebound during unloading, the development of topographic relief, thermal expansion, and fluid migration.
Flow patterns of groundwaters through the basin in response to sediment compaction and rebound, buoyant forces, and topographic relief.
Temperature throughout the basin as controlled by heat conduction, groundwater advection, and the crustal heat flux
Thermal maturation of organic matter in basin strata, including the timing of oil and gas generation and the distribution of mature petroleum sources through geologic time
Salinity of basin groundwaters, accounting for diffusion, hydrodynamic dispersion, advection, and the presence of evaporites
Cementation of basin strata, including the rates at which cements precipitate and minerals dissolve as a result of the migration of groundwaters over flow paths along which temperature and pressure vary
Radioactive and radiogenic isotopes in basin groundwater, including the distribution of isotopes in the systems 4He/3He, 36Cl/Cl, and 40Ar/36Ar. These isotopes are used in basin hydrology to estimate the residence time (or "age") of groundwater in sedimentary basins.