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Oct 7, 2014
4 years 11 months porting stable commit 686 (svn version on Windows)
Commit 687, by Mathias Bavay
4 years 11 months Allowing the svn version to be used also on Windows
Commit 686, by Mathias Bavay
4 years 11 months The problem of snow surface temperatures above 0 degC is very present and visible, but the opposite may very, very rarely also occur: cooling wet snow elements may get a surface temperature below 0 degC, altough the element itself doesn't undergo pha
Commit 685, by Nander Wever
4 years 11 months Hopefully finally solving the issue of surface temperatures above 0 degC, in case the surface element itself remains below 0 degC, and consequently, no phase changes occur.
Commit 684, by Nander Wever
4 years 11 months When merging elements, it turned out to be a more consistent approach to keep the density of the lower element constant. Often elements that are "removed" (in fact: merged), have low density, as they are melting. This artificially seemed to produce l
Commit 683, by Nander Wever
4 years 11 months Forgot once more to consider the case of simulations without soil layers....
Commit 682, by Nander Wever
Oct 1, 2014
4 years 11 months Repairing typo in previous commit.
Commit 681, by Nander Wever
4 years 11 months Solving a bug where SNOW surface temperature could become above 0 degC. This particularly happened when the element itself remained below 0 degC and only the surface node exceeded 0 degC. Then no phase change occured, so the top node remains above 0
Commit 680, by Nander Wever
4 years 11 months Solving a bug where SNOW surface temperature could become above 0 degC. This particularly happened when the element itself remained below 0 degC and only the surface node exceeded 0 degC. Then no phase change occured, so the top node remains above 0
Commit 679, by Nander Wever
Sep 29, 2014
4 years 11 months Proper commit 675: Introduce a very simple constant degree day melt model, which only is active as long as the surface layer is melting and replaces the other energy fluxes; more complex version may be implemented later
Commit 678, by Mathias Bavay
4 years 11 months Reverting last wrong commit (a modified Snowpack.cc from stable was committed in dev)
Commit 677, by Mathias Bavay
4 years 11 months An old Snowpack.cc had been left behind...
Commit 676, by Mathias Bavay
4 years 11 months Introduce a very simple constant degree day melt model, which only is active as long as the surface layer is melting and replaces the other energy fluxes; more complex version may be implemented later
Commit 675, by Michael Lehning
4 years 11 months Reverting last wrong commit
Commit 674, by Mathias Bavay
4 years 11 months Introduce a very simple constant degree day melt model, which only is active as long as the surface layer is melting and replaces the other energy fluxes; more complex version may be implemented later
Commit 673, by Michael Lehning
Sep 26, 2014
4 years 11 months Download 230, OsX Installer
Addition of download 230, by Mathias Bavay
Sep 25, 2014
4 years 11 months backporting stable commit 671 (error message in AsciiIO)
Commit 672, by Mathias Bavay
4 years 11 months Adding an error messages when the user configured snow temperatures but did not provide them
Commit 671, by Mathias Bavay
4 years 11 months CaaMLIO: first version for reading and writing caaml files Utils: function to perform unit conversion
Commit 670, by Adrien Gaudard
Sep 24, 2014
4 years 11 months This is a backport of stable commit 668. Since some core files have been moved, they created conflicts. These conflicts have been resolved by copying the original files and fixing the include paths. All these files have been re-checked manually with
Commit 669, by Mathias Bavay

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