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Project Summary

The Parallel Ice Sheet Model pism0.7 is open source and capable of high resolution. It is widely adopted as a tool for doing science. Features include:
* extensible atmospheric/ocean coupling
* hybrid shallow stress balance
* marine ice sheet physics
* polythermal energy conservation
* subglacial hydrology and till model
* complete documentation
* parallel simulations using MPI & PETSc
* reads and writes CF-compliant NetCDF
* inversion toolbox in Python
* verification and validation tools

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antarctica c++ climatechange glacier glaciology greenland icesheetmodel latex mpi netcdf petsc python viscousfluid

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Python
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30 Day Summary

Jul 8 2020 — Aug 7 2020

12 Month Summary

Aug 7 2019 — Aug 7 2020
  • 422 Commits
    Down -168 (28%) from previous 12 months
  • 7 Contributors
    Down 0 (0%) from previous 12 months