Salish Sea MEOPAR Tools Documentation
This is the documentation for the Salish Sea MEOPAR project tools collection. The docs describe a collection of tools for working with the Salish Sea MEOPAR NEMO model, its results, and associated data. There is a companion collection of project documentation.
tools repo contains several Python packages:
SalishSeaToolsPackage- a collection of Python modules that facilitate code reuse across the Salish Sea MEOPAR project
SOGTools- Python functions for working with the output of the SOG 1-D model
Marlin- the Salish Sea NEMO svn-hg Maintenance Tool
Also documented here are:
Notes are how the Python packages in the repo are developed and maintained
How we create netCDF4 files and the metadata conventions that we use in them
How to build and use the REBUILD_NEMO that we use to combine per-processor results files from NEMO-3.4 runs
There is also some Legacy Documentation from our early days of learning to configure and run NEMO.
- SalishSeaTools Package
- Salish Sea NEMO Command Processor
- SalishSeaNowcast Package
- netCDF4 Files Creation and Conventions
- Building ERDDAP Datasets
- Visualisation of NEMO/GEM/Observations using XArray
- Bathymetry Notebooks and Tools
- Initial Conditions and Forcing Notebooks and Tools
- Live Ocean Boundary Conditions Tools
- Marlin – Salish Sea NEMO svn-hg Maintenance Tool
- Python Packages Development and Maintenance
- NEMOGCM Tools
- Legacy Documentation
Unless otherwise specified, the Salish Sea MEOPAR tools and documentation are copyright 2013-2021 by the Salish Sea MEOPAR Project Contributors and The University of British Columbia.
They are licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0. http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0 Please see the LICENSE file for details of the license.
salishsea_tools.tests.test_namelist modules are based on https://gist.github.com/krischer/4943658.
They are copyright 2013 by Lion Krischer <email@example.com> and are licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public License, Version 3 (http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/lesser.html).