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Aronnax: an idealised isopycnal ocean model

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posted on 2023-05-21, 07:49 authored by Edward DoddridgeEdward Doddridge, Radul, A
Aronnax is a highly idealised model for simulating large-scale (100-1000km) flows in the ocean. Aronnax is intended for theoretical and empirical oceanographers, as a (relatively) fast and easy-to-use simulation model, bridging the gap between pencil-and-paper on one hand, and more faithful (and complex) computational models on the other. The numerical core is written in Fortran to improve performance, and wrapped in Python to improve usability.

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Publication title

Journal of Open Source Software

Issue

26

Article number

592

Number

592

Pagination

1-2

ISSN

2475-9066

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Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies

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Open Source Initiative

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2018 Doddridge et al., Authors of papers retain copyright and release the work under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) License, (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)

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Applied computing

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