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    Lexington, Ky: Eclipse Press
    Language: English
    Description: by Ruth Sabine Schaefer ; foreword by Conrad Schumacher. ; 202 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
    Keywords: Dressage
    ISBN: 1581500939
    Source: AGRIS (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations)
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    Description: mHM v5.9 (July 2018) New Features: Major restructuralization of the mHM code. MPR is now executed before mHM is run. MPR can be compiled as a standalone tool. mHM without mRM can be compiled. The code in general is strictly reorganized into modules that belong to their respective processes (MPR, mHM, mRM). This is not only done for constants, global variables and so on, but also for every module and the reading of input as well as the namelists. This leads to the creation of those folders: `./common` (code shared by MPR, mHM and mRM) included for every compilation option `./lib` (code shared by MPR, mHM and mRM) included for every compilation option `./MPR` (code for MPR), not included for mRM standalone `./common_mHM_mRM` (code shared by mHM and mRM), not included for MPR standalone `./mHM` (code for mHM), not included for MPR and mRM standalone `./mRM` (code for mRM), not included for MPR standalone and mHM without routing Code is reformatted (indentation=2, spacing unified) Removed many duplicate code parts (e.g. shared between mHM and mRM) Check cases are minimized (reduced output, shorter time periods (〈=2 years), less basins) Check cases can now be set up more easily (by use of model_wrapper for automatic creation of new nml files) Check cases now run a python script for output comparison, advantage: tolerance now...
    Keywords: Mesoscale Hydrological Model ; Multiscale Parameter Regionalization ; Seamless Predictions
    Source: DataCite
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    Description: mHM v5.9 (July 2018) New Features: Major restructuralization of the mHM code. MPR is now executed before mHM is run. MPR can be compiled as a standalone tool. mHM without mRM can be compiled. The code in general is strictly reorganized into modules that belong to their respective processes (MPR, mHM, mRM). This is not only done for constants, global variables and so on, but also for every module and the reading of input as well as the namelists. This leads to the creation of those folders: `./common` (code shared by MPR, mHM and mRM) included for every compilation option `./lib` (code shared by MPR, mHM and mRM) included for every compilation option `./MPR` (code for MPR), not included for mRM standalone `./common_mHM_mRM` (code shared by mHM and mRM), not included for MPR standalone `./mHM` (code for mHM), not included for MPR and mRM standalone `./mRM` (code for mRM), not included for MPR standalone and mHM without routing Code is reformatted (indentation=2, spacing unified) Removed many duplicate code parts (e.g. shared between mHM and mRM) Check cases are minimized (reduced output, shorter time periods (〈=2 years), less basins) Check cases can now be set up more easily (by use of model_wrapper for automatic creation of new nml files) Check cases now run a python script for output comparison, advantage: tolerance now...
    Keywords: Mesoscale Hydrological Model ; Multiscale Parameter Regionalization ; Seamless Predictions
    Source: DataCite
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    Description: mHM v5.8 (Dec 2017) New Features: Implementation of a new process for PET correction based on LAI at PET process(5)=-1 (Cuneyd Demirel + GEUS colleagues); Pre-processor code for SOILGRIDS data as used for the EDgE project (Rohini Kumar); Reduced computational time of the neutron forward model COSMIC by factors of 30--100 (Maren Kaluza); Compression of the netCDF output files (David Schaefer); Optional project description added into the mhm.nml Bugs resolved from release 5.7: processCase(3)=3 did not work when compiled with openMP. openMP declarations missing in mo_mpr_smhorizons.f90 for the case of iFlag_soil=1 Known bugs: None. Restrictions: For gfortran compilers mHM supports only v4.8 and higher. If you wish to use a special process description of evapotranspiration (processCase(4)) please contact Matthias Zink. If you wish to use features connected to ground albedo neutrons (processCase(9)), please contact Martin Schrön. If you wish to use the multi-scale Routing Model as stand-alone version, please contact Stephan Thober. ...
    Keywords: Mesoscale Hydrological Model ; Multiscale Parameter Regionalization ; Seamless Predictions
    Source: DataCite
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