Compare two NetCDF files in-place.
We've moved to Github! (github.com/rsmz/nccmp) Compares two NetCDF files in-place to find specific variables, dimensions and/or attributes that differ. Highly recommended for any test-driven environment and regression testing large datasets.
XNavigator is a Virtual Earth browser and viewer for http://osm-3d.org
XNavigator is the online viewer for the OpenStreetMap Globe at http://osm-3d.org and much more. It is an interactive 3D viewer and integrated client for exploring virtual city and landscape models. A wide range of interaction and navigation possibilities makes it easy to visualize and analyze very detailed virtual urban environments. XNavigator is the first application that supports the Web3DService (W3DS) service interface.
QMapControl is a Qt widget which enables your applications to use map data from different sources on desktop or mobiles. Maps can be enriched by custom objects which will be drawn into the map.
CAESAR-Lisflood landscape evolution model
Caesar Lisflood is a geomorphological / Landscape evolution model that combines the Lisflood-FP 2d hydrodynamic flow model (Bates et al, 2010) with the CAESAR geomorphic model to simulate erosion and deposition in river catchments and reaches over time scales from hours to 1000's of years. These sourceforge pages provide downloads of the .exe and the source code for CAESAR-lisflood and instructions and additional documentation can be found in the Wiki tab. These include a full description of all the parameters used in CAESAR, instruction videos and other information. Discussion and support can be found here: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/caesar-lisflood
jdwglib is a Java library for accesing DWG files. It is essentially a port from the Pythoncad DWG reading classes by Art Haas. jdwglib manages complex DWG objects allowing users to employ these objects directly in their applications.
CloudSat and CALIPSO plotting tool
ccplot is an open source command-line program for plotting profile, layer and earth view data sets from CloudSat, CALIPSO and Aqua MODIS products.
EXTREMA is an interactive program with publication quality graphics and mathematical analysis capabilities. EXTREMA can be GUI and/or command driven. The command language includes conditional branching, looping and subroutine calling constructs.
Sentinels Application Platform (SNAP)
ESA Sentinel Toolbox for Earth Observation
openGPR is a framework for the management, processing and 2D/3D-visualization of ground penetrating radar (GPR, georadar) data. It interoperates with existing tools like Seismic Unix, with a special focus on georadar applications.
The Open Modeling Interface and Environment (OpenMI) defines a standardized way to exchange data between computational models that run simultaneously. OpenMI aims to enhance process interaction representation in integrated environmental modelling.
Multiscale Curvature Classification for LIDAR Data
MCC-LIDAR is a C++ application for processing LiDAR data in forested environments. It classifies data points as ground or non-ground using the Multiscale Curvature Classification algorithm.
Geostatistics and geosciences modeling software
GEOMS2 is a geostatistics and geosciences modeling software. Provides interface for grid (mesh), point, surface and data (non-spatial) objects. It has a 3D viewer and 2D plots using the well known Python engines Mayavi and Matplotlib. It has several functions to manipulate your data as well as provide univariate and multivariate analysis. NOTE: The software is still an early beta. Please tell us if you found a bug. Download datasets for students of Geostatistics 2017 (Petroleum Engineering): https://sourceforge.net/projects/geoms2/files/Geostatistics_Petroleum.zip/download Download datasets for students of Geostatistics 2017 (Geology and Mining Engineering): https://sourceforge.net/projects/geoms2/files/Geostatistics_Mining.zip/download Old: http://sourceforge.net/projects/geoms2/files/SETS_geoestatistica2_2015.7z/download https://sites.google.com/site/cmrpsoftware/downloads/Quarry_sets.7z?attredirects=0&d=1 http://sourceforge.net/projects/geoms2/files/Mining.7z/download
The Earth System Modeling Framework provides high-performance software infrastructure and superstructure for the construction and coupling of climate, weather, and data assimilation applications.
LaTeX package for geophysical publications
Model of the Solar System
The Solar Model is real time modeling of solar system. It allows user to navigate in space, to control time counting (speed-up time flow) and estimate movement of space bodies, bind camera to space objects (for example, from Moon on Earth in real time).
Interactive landscape rendering based on a virtual globe.
Biosphere3D targets interactive landscape rendering based on a virtual globe. It supports DEM, satellite and aerial images, 3D models (Collada), 3D plant models, and Shapefiles. Biosphere3D was initially developed by the landscape visualization group of the Zuse Institute Berlin by Malte Clasen and is now developed further by Lenné3D GmbH. For more information about the used concepts have a look at the thesis of Malte Clasen: Towards Interactive Landscape Visualization Doctoral Thesis published 2011 via Technische Universität Berlin https://doi.org/10.14279/depositonce-3005
A virtual petrographic microscope for geologists
A free virtual petrographic microscope application which allows users to examine and explore minerals and rocks features. jVPM makes mineralogy to be easier to examine a thin section and to understand the characteristic properties for each mineral without a petrographic microscope, which is known to be very expensive. It is mainly addressed to students as a guide in individual or supervised laboratory work.
A spatial runoff, soil erosion and flooding model
The opensource runoff, erosion and flood model openLISEM. For information, please contact Prof Dr Victor Jetten (email@example.com) NEWS 19 Feb 2017 version 4.9 contained a bug, please use 4.91. See README. The new version may contain small bugs in spite of extensive testing. Please contact me in case of 'strange' behaviour! However, in many cases behaviour is a result of bad databases, in particular channel related maps. Look in the draft manual for help. Within Lisem you can now choose to do the overland flow with 1D kinematic wave, 2D diffusive wave or 2D full dynamic wave, with fully integrated sediment dynamics. - Dynamic wave code based on FULLSWOF (https://www.univ-orleans.fr/mapmo/soft/FullSWOF/) - Integrated with GDAL lib so different GIS raster formats are supported.
STK (Seismic Tool Kit) is a tool for seismic signal processing in graphical interface: various filters, spectral analysis, polarization, time-frequency, Hilbert transform, instrumental response...etc. Signals processed in STK must be in SAC format.
SWRC Fit is a scientific tool for hydrologist. It fits several soil hydraulic models to measured soil water retention data by nonlinear fitting. It is written in numerical calculation language GNU Octave. Web interface is also available.
A GUI for the freeware Geographical Information System PCRaster
A GUI for the freeware Geographical Information System PCRaster. This is an independent development. Comes with a map editor "mapedit" Can make a link with GDAL for conversions. The GIT repository is available linked to PCRaster and available here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/pcraster/ The code is currently compiled for windows systems but is tested under ubuntu.
ISOPLOT is a flexible software tool for the analysis and interpretation of radiogenic-isotope data. It is developed by Dr Ken Ludwig of the Berkeley Geochronology Center. DISCLAIMER: Isoplot is BGC’s Visual Basic Add-in for Microsoft’s Excel(R) for data analysis and graphical presentation of geochronology, earth science and other radiogenic isotope data only. BGC’s Isoplot is not the Isoplot(R) for analysis of any measuring system as described at http://www.shainin.com/. BGC is not affiliated with Red X(R) Holdings, LLC. Isoplot(R) is a registered trademark of Red X(R) Holdings, and is licensed to Shainin(R) LLC.
Plate Tectonics simulator
PlaTec is a 2D terrain generator that uses a simplified model of plate tectonics to produce realistic heightmaps in real time. The simulator starts with a flat fractal map and splits it randomly into plates. Plates are moved around the map. If continents of two plates collide, they fold creating mountain belts. If oceanic crust of one plate collides with another plate, subduction occurs resulting in coastal mountain ranges or island chains. This project is part of my Bachelor of Engineering thesis in Metropolia University of Applied Sciences, Helsinki, Finland. The thesis is freely downloadable from http://urn.fi/URN:NBN:fi:amk-201204023993 . A Youtube video showing the simulator in action is available at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bi4b45tMEPE .
A wildfire decision support system and visualization tool from Emxsys.
The Wildfire Management Tool (WMT) predicts the potential fire behavior of a wildland fire. WMT incorporates a 3D terrain viewer, the tenets of the Campbell Prediction System (CPS) and the Rothermel fire spread equations to depict fire behavior. WMT is used to adjust tactics & strategies to ensure the safety of firefighters and the effective use of firefighting resources. Requires Java 8 (included) - http://www.java.com/download
Simulation, analysis, and management of the movement of water
Please see the “Files” link above to download different versions. The One-Water Hydrologic Flow Model (MODFLOW-OWHM, MODFLOW-ONE) is an integrated hydrologic flow (IHM) model that is an enhanced fusion of multiple MODFLOW (MF) versions. While maintaining compatibility with existing MF versions, MF-OWHM includes: linkages for coupled heads, flows, and deformation; facilitation of self-updating models, additional observation and parameter options for higher-order calibrations; and redesigned code for faster simulations. MF-OWHM represents a complete IHM that fully links the movement and use of groundwater, surface water, and imported water for consumption by agriculture and natural vegetation on the landscape, and for potable and other uses. This provides the foundation needed to address integrated hydrologic problems such as evaluation of conjunctive-use alternatives, sustainability analysis, including potential adaptation and mitigation strategies, and best management practices.