Changes in development
- moved to GitHib for development.
- meshes under version control now (https://gitlab.awi.de/fesom)
- Simple tests (compile, run, compare results) for GitHub repository (on every commit). First implementations is in #4.
- Updated documentation (https://fesom2.readthedocs.io/en/latest/)
- Parallel and asynchronous output writing (#14).
- Added Icepack sea ice thermodynamics (Zampieri et al., 2021) #70
- Added backscatter parameterisation (Juricke et al., 2019) #64
- Initial version of cavities #48, and its improvement #110
- New defaults in the namelists and a system to create setups from yaml files (#55). Most prominent changes are: Partial cells, zstar and unrotated mesh are now default options, JRA55-do is default forcing.
- New license (LGPL), as requested by some partners, so FESOM2 can be used as a library by comertial software #74
- Add an option to smooth tracer (smooth_bh_tra), which is nessesary for very high resolution setups #81
- Fix partial cells to work more stable in high resolution setups #27
- Print compile time git SHA at runtime (#13) to undetify version the model was compiled with.
- More information in netCDF output (#18 #31 #33). Provide some info on model version and setup.
- Fix bug with partitioner, that sometimes lead to wrong size of triangles #20
- Add several extra parameters to the sea ice namelist (#34)
- Introduce MAX_PATH length, to remove limit on the paths #65
- Ice deformation tensor is stored as an array (on elements) and can bу written out (4cfe296)
- Remove old METIS4 (66b0b74)
- Add cray ftn compiler support (#89)
- Fix coupled (to OpenIFS) thermodynamics where water instead of snow density was used for heat capacity (#93)
- Fix PPM bug #117
- Add density / buoyancy flux as output variable #116
Juricke, S., Danilov, S., Kutsenko, A., & Oliver, M. (2019). Ocean kinetic energy backscatter parametrizations on unstructured grids: Impact on mesoscale turbulence in a channel. Ocean Modelling, 138, 51–67. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ocemod.2019.03.009
Zampieri, Lorenzo, Frank Kauker, Jörg Fröhle, Hiroshi Sumata, Elizabeth C. Hunke, and Helge Goessling. Impact of Sea-Ice Model Complexity on the Performance of an Unstructured-Mesh Sea-ice/ocean Model Under Different Atmospheric Forcings. Washington: American Geophysical Union, 2020. https://dx.doi.org/10.1002/essoar.10505308.1.