ProfileLogger is a program to help geologists to log and automatically draw the content of sedimentologic/stratigraphic column. Data can be imported from CSV files and exported to PDF and SVG files.
PyWofost is a python implementation of the WOFOST crop growth model. It is designed for scientific and semi-operational purposes which greatly benefit from the flexibility of the python language. This SF site is not yet in use, see www.wofost.wur.nl
Pysolar is a Python library for calculating the position of the sun relative to the earth as a function of latitude, longitude, and time. There is also code included for other problems related to the development of photovoltaic systems. Still in alpha.
QNetMap is the library for displaying the map and the objects on it
The project has moved to GitHub (see https://github.com/vasyutin/qnetmap). The project is based on the QMapControl library (http://qmapcontrol.sourceforge.net/) by Kai Winter. To show the map QNetMap can use different providers like OpenStreetMap or other WMS servers. The map data can be downloaded from the Internet or from the disk cache. User's own raster maps can also be used. QNetMap supports layers so you can mix maps from different servers. To enrich the map presentation you can draw your own objects in the given coordinates. The development of the library was supported by "Sintels" LLC (ЗАО "Синтелс" - http://sintels.ru) and OJSC "T8" (ОАО "Т8" - https://t8.ru). Written by Sergey Shumeyko and Sergey Vasyutin.
QuakeMap GPS mapping program - see quakemap.com and download free trial there. This is a complete Open Source version (no different in features than the commercial version). You can compile it in Visual Studio 2008, enhance it to fit your needs.
Delphi objects to help sharing historical oceanographic (CTD) data in a relational database. Derived seawater properties generated on the fly during data retrieval.
A set of R functions (www.r-project.org) for simple hydrological models, based on linear and non-linear storages, MC simulation and multi-objective evaluation. The code provided here is aimed to be transformed into a proper R package at some point.
Rootfly enables researchers to annotate minirhizotron images for the purpose of extracting statistical information about plant roots.
This program is using the Streckeisen and other schemes to determine the name of a rock.
3D visualization software that allows the user to display earthquakes, faults and other related features under the surface of the earth. SCEC VDO is also capable of exporting quality movies for educational and media purposes.
Spherical Coordinate Remapping and Interpolation Package (SCRIP) is a package for computing interpolation and regridding weights for fields on the surface of a sphere. It supports conservative and other interpolation algorithms.
The SMOKE model is an emissions processing system which creates gridded, speciated, hourly emissions for input into a variety of air quality models.
Sandia National Laboratories’ (SNL) environmental assessment modeling tool helps optimize the design of MHK-turbine array layouts within ocean, tidal, and river systems to balance energy generation efficiency with environmental considerations. The new tool, SNL-EFDC, is an augmented version of US EPA’s Environmental Fluid Dynamics Code (EFDC) and includes; (1) a new module that simulates energy conversion (momentum withdrawal) by MHK turbine-like devices including commensurate changes in the turbulent kinetic energy and turbulent kinetic energy dissipation rate, (2) new, advanced sediment dynamics routines, and (3) augmented water quality modules. SNL-EFDC has been verified and validated against flume measurements of flow around sub-scale turbines and actuator disks.
An SQL handler to interface multiple databases data to the OpeNDAP Hyrax (BES) server. Written in C++, it uses unixODBC to query DB and can be dynamically extended to use proprietary ODBC API driver in many easy ways. It is bundled with scripts to ge
A 3d Virtual Cities Projects about Santorini Island, Greece. The aim is to create a city simulator where users can virtually navigate with the mouse, find information about Santorini, shop on line and more. Project will be finished into February 2010.
**Decrepit notice** This project is now being replaced by a much snazzier platform that integrates QGIS and GMSH. See https://launchpad.net/meshing for further details. Project goal is to generate a toolkit for 2D and 3D bathymetric mesh generation via an anisotropic adaptive mesh method. Emphasis is on approximation with clearly defined error goals so that the final model is quantitatively useful.
Bird list manager for bird watchers with a minimalist UI. Lists are stored in an sqlite db, with the ability to export various reports to XML, HTML, or plain text.
Mobile implementation of HMA standardised EO data sources
The main objective of the SmartHMA project is to develop and validate an open source operational platform architecture which implements a set of HMA standards in native Android client for access to EO Ground Segment data and services. The aim of the project is the development of a mobile application for discovery and distribution of EO data in the acceptable by tablet devices form and entirely based on OGC and HMA specifications. Implementation focuses on accessing the ESA Fedeo environment SmartHMA in form of open source software allows complementing the ESA RSS system environment and ESA Fedeo platform (http://wiki.services.eoportal.org/tiki-index.php?page=FEDEO). Please visit wiki pages for more information: http://wiki.services.eoportal.org/tiki-index.php?page=SmartHMA or http://wasat.github.io/smarthma SmartHMA User Manual https://sourceforge.net/projects/smarthma/files/SmartHMA_user_manual.pdf Youtube Manual https://goo.gl/bvP5yz
Python based reader for SnowMicroPen® .pnt measurements
SnowMicroPyn is an opensource reader for SnowMicroPen® files in binary .pnt format. The reader is Python based and published as source code as well as compiled executable for Windows, Linux and Mac. The software is preliminary, thus please report bugs. For further information, please read the Readme.txt in the download section. The SnowMicroPen® (SMP) is developed by the WSL Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research, Davos. The SMP is the first high-resolution snow penetrometer. It is capable of measuring the bonding force between snow grains, with both high spatial resolution and high speed. The SMP can be used in different application areas as snow profiling (avalanche forecasting, snow stratigraphy, remote sensing ground truth), ski track characterization (ski racing) or snow runway characterization (stability testing).
Solar Energy Surveying Device (SEPS)
SunnyX is a complete solution to communicate, view and store datas from a Davis Vantage Pro weather station through serial port.
TLSpy is a set of multiplatform Python tools for working with Terrestrial Lidar Scanner (TLS) data.
Trajectory Tracking Scheme (TTS) is a scheme for solving linear advection problem in atmospheric sciences. It is constructed in fully Lagrangian framework. The main focus of TTS is to preserve the discontinuity well.
Dendrochronological sample measurement, curation and analysis program
Tellervo enables users to measure, curate and analyse dendrochronological samples. It has a server/client architecture enabling users to collaborate within and between laboratories.
A tool for visualizing changes in temperature over time.