Welcome to the software project management service of the Center for Marine and Atmospheric Sciences (ZMAW). On this site you will find projects related to atmosphere and ocean modeling, coupling models and data processing.
Please feel free to join our service for downloading code and reporting bugs or placing feature requests.
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- self - Fortran STL (2016-01-25 11:34)
Blue-Action (2015-12-09 10:38)
"Blue-Action: Arctic Impact on Weather and Climate" contributes to the implementation of the Opens external link in new windowTrans-Atlantic Ocean Research Alliance and to the Opens external link in new windowEU's Blue Growth Agenda and its long term strategy to support sustainable growth in the marine and maritime sectors as a whole. Our project is funded by the EU Horizon 2020 Programme and specifically by the Opens external link in new windowBlue-Growth BG-10-2016 call "Impact of Arctic changes on the weather and climate of the Northern Hemispher". Read more about the Opens internal link in current windowspecificities of the project....
amatos (2015-03-20 11:09)
amatos - Adaptive Mesh generator for Atmospheric and Oceanic Simulation¶
amatos is a mesh generator for adaptive algorithms. It is capable of handling complex geometries as well as highly non-uniform refinement regions. It has a relatively simple programming interface and incorporates some optimization. There is even a 3D version of amatos....
- Make Experiments! (2013-05-17 00:03)
- NCL Shell (2013-02-13 18:40)