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MESH 1.4 is the current MESH series.

MESH 1.4.1398

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MESH 1.4.1398 includes many bug-fixes and code optimizations, improved message and error handling, a significant update to OUTFIELDSFLAG and enhancements to many output files. It also continues to add more functionality to the new inline routing (RTE) and adds resume functionality to both RTE and SVS.
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SIMSTATS (AUTOCALIBRATIONFLAG) and OUTFIELDSFLAG outputs are now created in the general output folder specified in MESH_input_run_options.ini.
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MESH 1.4.1398 cannot be used to run in "point mode".
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This version of MESH has new instructions for compilation.
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In the migration of CLASS to version 3.6 in MESH 1.3.009, the THFC formulation based on Soulis (2009) was incorrectly assigned to the bottom-most layer in mineral soils, instead of to the deepest permeable layer in the soil column. This change was corrected in revision 1336 and impacts all releases of MESH 1.3 from version 1.3.009 and later, and all releases of MESH 1.4 until this version. MESH 1.4.1398 fixes this issue.

There is no impact to previous versions that ran using setups where SDEP occurs inside or below the total depth of the column (ZBOT(NSL)), in which case the deepest permeable layer and the bottom-most layer are the same layer inside the soil column.

An update page for this release is here.

May 11, 2018 (also labelled "r1398")

  • Known issues are here
  • General updates are here
  • Migration notes are here (from MESH 1.3 and earlier versions of MESH 1.4)
  • The full revision history is here

MESH 1.4.1149

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MESH 1.4.1149 adds more functionality to the new inline routing option (RTE), adds a new baseflow option (WF_LZS), adds new optional parameter file formats (including support for fully-distributed gridded inputs), new option flags in MESH_parameters_hydrology.ini, and a "point mode" to run a land surface scheme in a single column to diagnose processes at the observatory scale, which is compatible with existing RUNCLASS benchmark files. The release also adds support for the "tb0" format for the streamflow and reservoir inputs files, and with the addition of MESH_input_reservoir.tb0, supports skipping records for controlled reservoirs (i.e., for streamflow insertion).
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MESH 1.4.1149 re-enables the Prairie Blowing Snow Model (PBSM)

An update page for this release is here.

September 22, 2017 (also labelled "r1149")

  • General updates are described here
  • Migration notes (from MESH 1.3) are here
  • The full revision history is here

MESH 1.4.1064

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MESH 1.4.1064 introduces a new experimental option for inline routing (RTE). The scheme uses the same physics as in standalone WATROUTE (RPN_watroute), but is not completely implemented and does not include reservoir routing, streamflow insertion, resume functionality, temporally-driven parameterization, or diversions, and is disabled by default.

An update page for this release is here.

May 1, 2017 (also labelled "r1064")

  • Known issues are here
  • Migration notes (from MESH 1.3) are here
  • The full revision history is here

MESH 1.4.1037

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The spacing and formatting requirements for many of the input and output files are the same as required for MESH 1.4.1022. If migrating from MESH 1.4.1022, no changes are required. If migrating from earlier versions, like a version of MESH 1.3, review the migration notes and the critical bug fixes that were included with MESH 1.4.1022.

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MESH 1.3.009 is the last release to use incremental release numbering.
Warning

An oversight in In the migration of CLASS to version 3.6 in MESH 1.3.009 incorrectly assigned , the THFC formulation based on Soulis (2009) was incorrectly assigned to the bottom-most layer in mineral soils, instead of to the deepest permeable layer in the soil column. This change was corrected in revision 1336 and impacts all releases of MESH 1.3 from version 1.3.009 and later, and all releases of MESH 1.4 until version MESH 1.4.1593. In the impacted versions, there 1398.

There is no impact if SDEP of the mineral soil falls to previous versions that ran using setups where SDEP occurs inside or below the total depth of the column (ZBOT(NSL)), in which case the deepest permeable layer and the bottom-most layer in are the same layer inside the soil column are the same.

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Both text and r2c format resume files from previous versions are not compatible with MESH 1.3.009.

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  • Fixed bugs and improved representation for leap years for EnSim Hydrologic file formats in standalone WATROUTE
  • Fixed incorrect types sets of variables between calls and subroutines
  • Separated code for reading inputs from the driver into separate modules and subroutines
  • Removed support for the WATFLOOD event input file (the r2c text format drainage database is required to be named "new_shd.r2c")
  • Adopted standard commenting syntax throughout the driver and accessory codes
  • Restored the inline WF_ROUTE routing option, related variables and hydrology, and support for the streamflow and reservoir input files
  • Updated CLASS to version 3.4
  • Added SAVERESUMEFLAG and RESUMEFLAG to save and resume model states from file (text format)
  • Added the IWF control flag to control which layers contribute to interflow
  • Added the SHDFILEFLAG control flag to specify the drainage database format to use
  • Added the BASIN*FLAG control flags to specify the format of the forcing files
  • Added the SOILINIFLAG control flag to control the use of the soil.ini input file for CLASSBHYD
  • Updated the release to "2.0.000"

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