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Dec 4, 2013
5 years 11 months A follow up on my commit in rev 479: a better approach turned out to be to only limit settling in case we use richards equation for snow in an alpine3d simulation. All other cases seem to work fine with normal settling treatment.
Commit 485, by Nander Wever
Nov 27, 2013
5 years 11 months Introducing a finer control of boundary conditions for solving Richards equation, depending on whether snow is present or not.
Commit 484, by Nander Wever
5 years 11 months Setting the predefined soil properties to more realistic values and update the CDP-soil.
Commit 483, by Nander Wever
Nov 25, 2013
5 years 11 months Make the SOIL_FLUX configuration key optional (set to FALSE by default) in order to be consistent with inishell
Commit 482, by Mathias Bavay
Nov 20, 2013
5 years 11 months Forgot a ";"...
Commit 481, by Nander Wever
5 years 11 months Adding a soil definition for Col de Porte (CDP) in Richards equation solver.
Commit 480, by Nander Wever
Nov 17, 2013
6 years 16 hours Closing issue 304. Amount of settling is now limited to theta[AIR], while leaving also some space in case all liquid water would refreeze. This makes the loop (hopefully) obsolete. An additional tuning factor was added to ensure stability in the Rich
Commit 479, by Nander Wever
6 years 17 hours A small correction on Rev 469: when there is no snow, but we have soil layers, AsciiIO should write out the soil layers, and not close the file directly.
Commit 478, by Nander Wever
Nov 12, 2013
6 years 6 days Added the ability to use net short wave radiation provided as iswr. A new key "ISWR_IS_NET" has been added so Snowpack correctly interprets it as net short wave.
Commit 477, by Mathias Bavay
Nov 10, 2013
6 years 7 days Renamed INCOMING_LONGWAVE to MEAS_INCOMING_LONGWAVE and moved it to section [SnowpackedAdvanced] of SnowpackConfig
Commit 476, by Charles Fierz
Nov 9, 2013
6 years 8 days The key PROF_FMT allows to dump profiles in different formats (FULL_PRF, AGGR_PRF, VISU, IMIS) as required by PROF_DAYS_BETWEEN. It basically works but we need to cross-check with the users (ASARC, CAC) whether the format fits their needs. Furthermor
Commit 475, by Charles Fierz
6 years 8 days Edgar Schmucki's albedo parameterization "SCHMUCKI_ALLX30" is implemented. The ALBEDO_MODEL key allows to choose a albedo parameterization from the 5 available. Default is LEHNING_2 as it is not obvious to me that Edgar's simpler parameterization wor
Commit 474, by Charles Fierz
Nov 8, 2013
6 years 9 days Updates of the Canopy module, bis
Nov 7, 2013
6 years 10 days Fixing unused variables warnings. But a static member is undefined, therefore the code does NOT compile...
Commit 472, by Mathias Bavay
6 years 10 days
Nov 4, 2013
6 years 13 days cos_sl is now a member of the SnowStation class, claculated once during initialization. the SnowLayer member strain_rate was renamed v_strain_rate to show its viscous origin and a few reordering occured in two classes of DataClasses.cc
Commit 470, by Charles Fierz
Nov 2, 2013
6 years 15 days Fixing Issue 332 of snowpack: With no snow on the ground the .pro entries written as 0xxx,0 caused an error when read in by SN_GUI. Now the entries read 0xxx,1,0 and SN_GUI is silently happy :-)
Commit 469, by Charles Fierz
Nov 1, 2013
6 years 16 days Some macros have been moved as functions. A check on minimum_l_element has been added to help the users detect invalid ini files. The CMakeLists have been simplified and now require cmake2.8.0.
Commit 468, by Mathias Bavay
Oct 29, 2013
6 years 20 days STpar.psi_ref was nort defined! Updated and corrected references and notes.
Commit 467, by Charles Fierz
6 years 20 days Allow for using 2 virtual slopes only
Commit 466, by Charles Fierz

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