Aronnax – An idealised isopycnal model

An idealised isopycnal model that can either be run as a reduced gravity model with n + 1/2 layers, or with n layers and variable bathymetry.

The model core is written in Fortran 90 and comes wrapped in Python. All parameters are specified at runtime. The source code can be found here and the documentation is here.

MIT general circulation model

I’m one of five administrators of the MITgcm repository on GitHub and assisted in the recent transition from CVS to git.

Python package for MITgcm

This package reads NetCDF output from MITgcm simulations and provides a simple interface to the data. The package includes a number of functions, including ones for evaluating derivatives, extracting subsets of data and tracking particles. The source code and documentation can be found here.

Note: I’m no longer actively developing or maintaining this package