This command line utility reads Campbell Scientific binary data files as created by these data loggers and outputs them in ascii format to the standard output. Several output profiles are available: csv, xmgrace, sql, tob32 traditional output. Tob1,
StreamFlow is an extension to the spatially-distributed snow model Alpine3D which allows the user to perform hydrological simulations. On top of discharge and water height, StreamFlow can also compute stream temperature at any point along the stream.
SNOWPACK is a multi-purpose snow and land-surface model, which focuses on a detailed description of the mass and energy exchange between the snow, the atmosphere and optionally with the vegetation cover and the soil.
INIshell is a graphical user interface for numerical simulation software.
It dynamically builds GUIs from XML files containing semantic descriptions of the models' parameters and allows for easy rapid deployment of new software features in the GUI.
The goal of niViz is to interactively generate a variety of plots from either measured or simulated snow profiles including auxiliary data (such as meteorological time series). This works in a web browser (for example, go to https://run.niviz.org).
Codes related to CHELSA EarthEnv project. Karger, D.N., Wilson, A.M., Mahony, C., Zimmermann, N.E., Jetz, W. (in review) 'Global daily 1km land surface precipitation based on cloud cover-informed downscaling', Scientific Data