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SELFE - open-source community-supported modeling system for estuarine and ocean system
- Cross-scale river-to-ocean circulations
- Tsunami hazards
- Storm surge
- Sediment transport
- Ecology & water quality
- Oil spill
- Short wave-current interaction (Wind Wave Model II)
ELCIRC - 3D numerical circulation model for coastal margins
- Shallow water equations
- Eulerian-Lagragian treatment of advection in both momentum and transport equations
- Unstructured grids
- Finite volumes/finite differences
- Core developers: Joseph Zhang, Ed Myers, and Antonio Baptista, OHSU
TsunamiEvac-NW - mobile version of "NANOOS Tsunami Evacuation Zones" for Android
- Oregon and Washington tsunami evacuation zone map
- At -a-glance view of where the tsunami hazard zones are along the Oregon and Washington coast, and allows you to map whether your home, work, school, etc. is located in a tsunami evacuation zone or not.
- enables you to save your current position or points of interest via GPS or address look-up.
VisTrails - open-source scientific workflow and provenance management system that provides support for simulations, data exploration and visualization. developed at the Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute at the University of Utah.
- Full support for the VTK visualization library
- Complete provenance for both the results and the workflow itself.
- Collaborative development workflow tools
- Integration with CMOP simulation datasets
PySOS - serves data in a relational database through the SOS interface, and is written entirely in Python. Configuration involves specifying a few metadata fields and four SQL queries -- no programming required.