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May 13, 2014
5 years 10 months A big change to the phase change routines to improve energy balance in SNOWPACK: 1) The flags for melting and freezing are removed, they were not really used anyway. 2) Per layer, phase changes are executed one after another (melt and freeze). So not
Commit 571, by Nander Wever
5 years 10 months An early return from the solver in case no layers are present.
Commit 570, by Nander Wever
5 years 10 months Add comments about open issues for future development.
Commit 569, by Nander Wever
May 9, 2014
5 years 10 months Just renaming a variable in the header file to stay consistent.
Commit 568, by Nander Wever
5 years 10 months Introducing another switch in the Richards solver for limiting the infiltration flux from snow into soil, in case the snowpack is solved with the Bucket or NIED scheme.
Commit 567, by Nander Wever
May 8, 2014
5 years 10 months 1) Bringing soil type names up to date with common terminology 2) Making sure that the ALPINE3D soil type can initialise with all specified soil types based on grain size in the *.sno file 3) A technical change to the function call to SetSoil to make
Commit 566, by Nander Wever
May 7, 2014
5 years 10 months Removing a strange if-condition to determine failure of convergence. Not sure how this appeared in the code and what its functionality is, but it is has been causing some problems. Therefore, I remove it.
Commit 565, by Nander Wever
May 5, 2014
5 years 10 months Apparently, a previous attempt (see Rev. 552) to fix the energy balance in cases where a dry surface layer gets merged with a wet layer below, by postponing the merging, was not working. Hopefully this one does (new lower limit on element length).
Commit 564, by Nander Wever
May 1, 2014
5 years 11 months Smaller Edits
Commit 563, by Michael Lehning
Apr 30, 2014
5 years 11 months merging stable commit 561 (fixing warnings linked to types conversions)
Commit 562, by Mathias Bavay
5 years 11 months fixing some warnings linked to types conversions (size_t, double, int)
Commit 561, by Mathias Bavay
Apr 25, 2014
5 years 11 months One of the backported commit was making trouble: "WaterTransport.cc:419: void WaterTransport::compSurfaceSublimation(const CurrentMeteo&, double, SnowStation&, SurfaceFluxes&): Assertion `EMS[e].Rho>=0. || EMS[e].Rho==IOUtils::nodata' failed." It has
Commit 560, by Mathias Bavay
Apr 24, 2014
5 years 11 months backport bug fix from stable, commits 557 and 558
Commit 559, by Mathias Bavay
5 years 11 months fix a typo
Commit 558, by Mathias Bavay
5 years 11 months The air emissivity is now computed the same way regardless of where it happens (since it was computed at two different locations in Main.cc). A new function has been created for readability in Main.cc
Commit 557, by Mathias Bavay
5 years 11 months taking dev commit 548, 550, 551, 552, 553 and 554
Commit 556, by Mathias Bavay
5 years 11 months Fixed a warning for undefined variable that was leading to random memory access. This whole piece of code will be rewritten anyway...
Commit 555, by Mathias Bavay
Apr 23, 2014
5 years 11 months Introducing the water retention curve based on the Yamaguchi (2012) results. Recommended is to use the old one from 2010, as that one is verified in the publication in the cryosphere-paper. The new one should be tested in a next paper, together with
Commit 554, by Nander Wever
5 years 11 months BUGFIX! If the key WATERTRANSPORTMODEL_SOIL = RICHARDSEQUATION was specified, the RE-solver was called for the soil part even in simulations without soil. This crashes the simulation (of course). Adjusted the if-statement.
Commit 553, by Nander Wever
Apr 22, 2014
5 years 11 months To improve energy balance, it's recommended to suppress merging of two elements at the surface when the surface layer is dry and the layer below is wet (due to penetrating shortwave radiation). After removal of the top layer, the node below suddenly
Commit 552, by Nander Wever

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