The GEOframe Summer School, actually held in Autumn this year, is intended to cover the the (distributed)-process-based hydrological modelling possible in the GEOframe system. This year the distributed part was not so developed because the focus was on the 1D tools. The School is intended to be held every year around mid-June. The image (please let me know the source, which I know is an old book of which I have a copy but I cannot find) represents very well the hydrologic simulation that our tools can model. The material (slides, videos, codes, data) are now available to the public and you can find it addressed below. All the material is distributed as open source (the Java codes under GPL v3 license, the Python Codes and all the rest under a Creative Commons license).
INDEX OF THE LECTURES with links to videos and material
- WHETGEO 1D – Introduction and material.
- Exercises with WHETGEO 1D
- WHETGEO 2D and a little about radiation estimation
- Evaporation, Transpiration and their interactions with the soil, LysGEO
- The specific documentation regards papers and thesis written on the GEOframe components used in this School. Other literature, of general interest, is provided within the presentations given during the course. Practical documentation for any of the tasks is provided by means of Jupyter Notebooks.
- Some essential about the Object Modelling System
- Bottazzi, Transpiration Theory and the Prospero component of GEOframe, M, Ph.D. Thesis
- Casulli, Vincenzo, and Zanolli, P. 2010. “A Nested Newton-Type Algorithm for Finite Colume Methods Solving Richards’ Equation in Mixed Form.” SIAM Journal of Scientific Computing 32 (4): 2225–73.
- David, O., Ascough II, J. C., Lloyd, W., Green, T. R., Rojas, K. W., Leavesley, G. H., & Ahuja, L. R. (2013). A software engineering perspective on environmental modeling framework design: The Object Modeling System. Environmental Modelling & Software, 39, 201-213.
- Tubini, N., Theoretical and Numerical Tools for Studying the Critical Zone from Plots to Catchments, Ph.D. Thesis
- Fatichi, Simone, Enrique R. Vivoni, Fred L. Ogden, Valeriy Y. Ivanov, Benjamin Mirus, David Gochis, Charles W. Downer, et al. 2016. “An Overview of Current Applications, Challenges, and Future Trends in Distributed Process-Based Models in Hydrology.” Journal of Hydrology 537 (C): 45–60.
- Bottazzi, M., Bancheri, M., Mobilia, M., Bertoldi, G., Longobardi, A., & Rigon, R. (2021). Comparing Evapotranspiration Estimates from the GEOframe-Prospero Model with Penman–Monteith and Priestley-Taylor Approaches under Different Climate Conditions. Water, 13(9), 1221.
- Tubini, Niccolò, and Riccardo Rigon. 2021. “Implementing the Water, HEat and Transport Model in GEOframe WHETGEO-1D v.1.0: Algorithms, Informatics, Design Patterns, Open Science Features, and 1D Deployment.” https://doi.org/10.5194/gmd-2021-163.