The Earth System Modeling Framework provides high-performance software infrastructure and superstructure for the construction and coupling of climate, weather, and data assimilation applications.
SAGA - System for Automated Geoscientific Analyses - is a Geographic Information System (GIS) software with immense capabilities for geodata processing and analysis. SAGA is programmed in the object oriented C++ language and supports the implementation of new functions with a very effective Application Programming Interface (API). Functions are organised as modules in framework independent Module Libraries and can be accessed via SAGA’s Graphical User Interface (GUI) or various scripting environments (shell scripts, Python, R, ...). Please provide the following reference in your work if you are using SAGA: Conrad, O., Bechtel, B., Bock, M., Dietrich, H., Fischer, E., Gerlitz, L., Wehberg, J., Wichmann, V., and Boehner, J. (2015): System for Automated Geoscientific Analyses (SAGA) v. 2.1.4. Geosci. Model Dev., 8, 1991-2007, doi:10.5194/gmd-8-1991-2015. http://www.geosci-model-dev.net/8/1991/2015/gmd-8-1991-2015.html.
Autoplot is an interactive browser for data on the web
Autoplot is an interactive browser for data on the web. Give Autoplot a URL or local file name and it creates a sensible plot of the data. Autoplot allows you to interactively browse data stored in ascii, .cdf, netcdf, and many other formats.
A spatial runoff, soil erosion and flooding model
The opensource runoff, erosion and flood model openLISEM. For information, please contact Prof Dr Victor Jetten (firstname.lastname@example.org) NEWS 17 Feb 2017 NOTE: see README. a new version may have small bugs in spite of extensive testing. Please contact me in case of 'strange or missing' behaviour! - NEW version 3.96 with 1D kinematic wave or 2D diffusive wave for runoff and 2D dynamic wave shallow flood, with fully integrated sediment dynamics. - Dynamic wave flood based on FULLSWOF (https://www.univ-orleans.fr/mapmo/soft/FullSWOF/) - Integrated with GDAL lib so different GIS raster formats are supported.
Kalypso is an open source application for geospatial modelling and simulation. It is primarily developed to be a user friendly tool for GIS-based modelling and simulation of hydrological and hydraulic numerical models.
KalypsoBASE is a Desktop-GIS built on Eclipse. It's focus lies on modelling gis data using GML Application-Schemata. Features contain generic dialogs based on GML, maps based on OGC's SLD, and other tools like a charting framework or API for timeseries
SEQUOIA ocean data assimilation platform (a SIROCCO suite tool)
Within the SIROCCO suite of numerical tools, the purpose of SDAP is to provide a flexible platform to carry out multivariate assimilation of geophysical data in a numerical model. The program is multi-grid (finite differences or finite elements), multi-algebra (plug-in analysis kernels), multi-model (simple standardized interface). The program supports reduced-order data assimilation methods, as well as Ensemble assimilation approaches such as the Ensemble Kalman Filter. Recent additions include extensions towards simultaneous assimilation and downscaling (AMICO project), and a toolbox for ensemble assessment (SCRUM project). *Please note that due to frequent updates the code is only available via the svn repository. Please get in touch with us to obtain access.*
A Python script for estimating the grain size from thin sections
Homepage & documentation: http://marcoalopez.github.io/GrainSizeTools/ GrainSizeTools script is a free open-source cross-platform script written in Python that provides several tools to visualize and characterize the grain size in polycrystalline materials from thin sections. The script is suitable to use for paleopiezometry (paleowattmetry) studies and to derive the actual 3D grain size distribution using the Saltykov and the two-step methods. The script does not require a previous experience with Python programming language. For users with coding skills, the script is organized in a modular way using functions facilitating to modify, reuse or extend the code if needed. Versions 1.4.x include the ability to estimate differential stress via piezometers (with multiple piezometric relations for comparison!)
VAPOR is the Visualization and Analysis Platform for Ocean, atmosphere, and solar Research
Command-line operators for netCDF and HDF files
The netCDF Operators, or NCO, are a suite of file operators which facilitate manipulation and analysis of self-describing data stored in the (freely available) netCDF and HDF formats. Volunteers welcome! See homepage for details and download links.
General Estuarine Transport Model
panFMP is a generic framework suitable for harvested XML metadata that is searchable through Apache Lucene without any additional RDBMS. Fields can be defined by XPath allowing for full text queries on all types of fields including numerical ranges.
Software to processing and analyze of airborne measurements.
The Airborne Data Processing and Analysis (ADPAA) package is an open-source software package containing a collection of programs and scripts to process and analyze data from in-situ instruments deployed on airborne platforms. The ADPAA package was started to process data on the North Dakota Citation Research Aircraft but has been used to process data on many airborne platforms. The software methodology used in ADPAA is provided in the peer-review publication: Delene, D. J., Airborne Data Processing and Analysis Software Package, Earth Science Informatics, 4(1), 29-44, 2011, URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12145-010-0061-4, DOI: 10.1007/s12145-010-0061-4.
hydrological model for simulation of water and water quality over time
Please go to project home (http://hypecode.smhi.se) for more information. The hydrological model HYPE is developed at the Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute (SMHI). The model simulates water, nutrients and other substances in small and large river catchments. Included in the project is HYSS, which is needed to run the model. It handles input and output and the simuation over time.
GoogleEarth Organiser, Editor & Toolkit
GEOrgET provides several tools for organising and editing GoogleEarth KML files productively: *Convert NMEA to KML, import and export GPX *Converts DT2 elevation data to HGT, fills voids *Produce congruent Points from an edited Path *Add a timezone; change the starting time of a Path *Reverse a Path and its Points *Join Paths *Add photo locations to KML files *Make images (e.g. colour-coded, contoured and shaded maps, and profile, slope, speed plots) *Maps contain special features (e.g. waypoints, rivers, lakes, shorelines cities/towns) *Make custom GoogleEarth tours (customisable speed, height, angle, direction, bearings, bearing tactics) *Customise settings (primary and favourite timezones, photo directory, database) Packaged with a complete database of timezones and cities. Requires PHP and MySQL to run; images will only be produced if ImageMagick for PHP is also installed. SRTM files are necessary for colouring maps, profile and slope plots.
Ab initio simulator for thermal transport and lattice anharmonicity
ALAMODE is designed for analyzing lattice anharmonicity and lattice thermal conductivity of solids. By using an external DFT package such as VASP and Quantum ESPRESSO, you can extract harmonic and anharmonic force constants straightforwardly with ALAMODE. Using the anharmonic force constants, you can also calculate lattice thermal conductivity from first principles. For more information about ALAMODE, please visit the following webpages: Documentation : http://alamode.readthedocs.io/en/latest/ git repository : https://github.com/ttadano/alamode
Display, log and upload data to the internet from your Oregon Scientific or AcuRite 02032C weather station. The Arduino WxShield also supported. See project web site for FAQs. Use Open Discussion for support requests.
gputils is a collection of tools for Microchip PIC microcontrollers. Its goal is to be fully compatible with Microchip's tools, MPASM, MPLINK, and MPLIB.
your weatherman without the man
A lightweight, customizable OS X menubar app to display weather and forecast conditions for virtually unlimited locations. This easy-to-use weather client interfaces with five weather sources to bring you weather at your fingertips. The Classic version is like a classic car - restored to its former glory, polished, and enhanced. Runs on all Mac computers with Intel processors! Visit the original project for some legacy background as well as Ed's rewrite in the Swift language. <https://sourceforge.net/projects/heat-meteo/>
Depth Conversion uncertainty analysis for the oil and gas industry. Incorporates cross-validation and multiple iterations.
Open-source cross-platform spectrometer device driver
SeaBreeze is a device driver library that provides an interface to select Ocean Optics spectrometers. It is written in C/C++ and builds and runs on Windows (XP/7/8), MacOSX, and Linux (x86/x64/ARM).
parse and decode METAR, TAF, SYNOP, BUOY, AMDAR and write data as XML
metaf2xml can download, parse and decode aviation routine weather reports (METAR, SPECI, SAO), aerodrome forecasts (TAF), synoptic observations (SYNOP), observations from buoys (BUOY) and meteorological reports from aircrafts (AMDAR). Data can also be taken from decoded BUFR messages. The extracted data can be written as XML or passed to a user-defined function (all done in Perl). It also provides XSLT style sheets to convert the XML to plain language (text, HTML), or XML with different schemas. A web-based (CGI) user interface can be used to download and display up-to-date weather data from NOAA, Ogimet, and other sources.
Generic data-assimilation toolbox written in java, with native (c and fortran) libraries for high performance computing. Provides tools to couple to your own model and a wide range of algorithms, ranging from parameter calibration to Kalman filters.
Madagascar is a software package for geophysical data processing and reproducible numerical experiments. The package mission is to provide a convenient environment for researchers working with digital image and data processing in geophysics and related fields.
Hytool is a matlab toolbox for the interpretation of hydraulic tests in wells. The version on SourceForge is not maintained anymore. Please go to https://github.com/UniNE-CHYN/hytool to get the latest version.