Difference between revisions of "Glimmer, the community ice sheet model"
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|Date and Time||Subject Matter||Instructors||Description
|12 August 8:00-10:00||Introduction to Glimmer I||Magnus Hagdorn and Ian Rutt|
|12 August 10:00-12:00||Introduction to Glimmer II||Ian Rutt and Magnus Hagdorn||Running Glimmer|
|12 August 13:00-14:00||representing and manipulating data||Gethin Williams, Ian Rutt and Magnus Hagdorn||svn, automake, editors, tags, Python|
|12 August 14:00-17:00||Downloading, building, and running Glimmer||Magnus Hagdorn and Ian Rutt||Get Glimmer running to the point of EISMINT II. (Do it yourself from the begging, netcdf, environment vars, etc.)|
|13 August 8:00-10:00||Glimmer-CISM||Bill Lipscomb, Stephen Price, and Jesse Johnson||Overview of the extensions to Glimmer that form the community ice sheet model (CISM).|
|13 August 10:00-12:00||Higher order velocity schemes||Stephen Price and Jesse Johnson||Improvements to the shallow ice approximation|
|13 August 13:00-14:00||Adding a module to Glimmer I||Gethin Williams, Ian Rutt and Magnus Hagdorn, Stephen Price, Jesse Johnson||Add a 1st-order advection scheme for solving dH/dt using HO model|
|13 August ??:00-??:00||Adding a module to Glimmer II||Gethin Williams, Ian Rutt and Magnus Hagdorn, Stephen Price, Jesse Johnson||Possible focus on the SSA?|
To get the configuration files and the steps needed to run them, Configuration Files.