Quasi-Geostrophic Spectral model (qgs)

qgs is quasi-geostrophic atmospheric model which is integrally written in Python. The lower boundary condition can be either a surface with orography or a dynamical ocean.

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Part of the code comes from the Python MAOOAM implementation by Maxime Tondeur and Jonathan Demaeyer.

Please cite the code description article if you use (a part of) this software for a publication:

  • Demaeyer J., De Cruz, L. and Vannitsem, S. , (2020). qgs: A flexible Python framework of reduced-order multiscale climate models. Journal of Open Source Software, 5(56), 2597, https://doi.org/10.21105/joss.02597.

Please consult the qgs code repository for updates.

qgs is licensed under the MIT license:

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