|Jul 14, 2015|
|4 years 3 months ||HowToRelease, A few more comments for Windows packaging|
|4 years 3 months ||HowToRelease, Removed a confusing section (dead link only)|
|Jul 13, 2015|
|4 years 3 months ||Merging trunk commit 747 (more precision for lat/lon outputs)
|4 years 3 months ||More precision for the lat/lon fields in the .pro and .met files
|Jul 6, 2015|
|4 years 4 months ||Getting-started, More details about the install directory|
|Jun 22, 2015|
|4 years 4 months ||Getting-started, More details about the PATH|
|Jun 16, 2015|
|4 years 4 months ||Solving a long outstanding issue where several people encountered
crashing snowpack simulations, due to a buggy commit 689!!!
Actually, it's just a quick-fix, more code rewrite seems necessary
|Jun 15, 2015|
|4 years 4 months ||NewEmail-newUser, New version of the email sent to new SNowpack users
|4 years 4 months ||Improving stability of Richards equation solver with ice layers. We
need to limit maximum settling, so we don't get saturated layers.
|4 years 4 months ||Improved treatment of ice layers in Richards equation solver.
|Jun 11, 2015|
|4 years 5 months ||Of course, commits are always wrong the first time...
|4 years 5 months ||After running into some snow albedo issues, I saw that the lower
limit of snow albedo was provided by the albedo of soil, which is
not desirable for a detailed snow model. They are not related. Now
snow albedo has its own limits that are enforced.
|Jun 8, 2015|
|4 years 5 months ||merging dev commits 735, 736, 737 and 738
|Jun 5, 2015|
|4 years 5 months ||Follow up on commit 739: it turns out that adaptive time stepping is
more common terminology, so changing the key's name to:
|4 years 5 months ||A big improvement (hopefully) for SNOWPACK. In order to reduce
strong oscillations of TSS (see issue 382), a flexible time stepping
is introduced for solving the temperature equation when unstable
stratification is encountered. See for details the de
|4 years 5 months ||Solving a bug in soil freezing in richards equation.
|Jun 3, 2015|
|4 years 5 months ||Small documentation improvement
|4 years 5 months ||When pure ice layers are present, richards equation will crash (of
course, how to permeate 100% ice with water?). Therefore, we place a
hard limit of a maximum volumetric ice content of 99%, ice above
this threshold will be melted. This is actually n
|Jun 1, 2015|
|4 years 5 months ||Fixing a bug that is likely of no interest to anyone. But because we
can have multiple phase changes in a time step, we should add the
change in liquid water content instead of assigning it.
|May 28, 2015|
|4 years 5 months ||This brings snowpack-trunk to be an exact copy of snowpack-dev as of
revision 733. This therefore includes the new canopy model, the
mixed precipitation, the latest water transport and snow
temperatures fixes and the latest packaging improvements. Pl