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SELEN: a program for solving the "Sea Level Equation."
The open source program SELEN solves numerically the so-called "Sea Level Equation" (SLE) for a spherical, layered, non-rotating Earth with Maxwell viscoelastic rheology. The SLE is an integral equation that was introduced in the 70s to model the sea level variations in response to the melting of late Pleistocene ice sheets, but it can also be employed to present-day melting of continental ice-sheets. SELEN can compute vertical and horizontal surface displacements, gravity variations and sea level changes on a global and regional scale. SELEN (acronym of SEa Level EquatioN solver) is particularly oriented to scientists at their first approach to the glacial isostatic adjustment (GIA) problem and, according to our experience, it can be successfully used in teaching. The current release (2.9) considerably improves the previous version of the code in terms of computational efficiency, portability and versatility.
Fixed an issue that caused a compilation error with gfortran 6.3
Fixed issues with GMT5
This release of SELEN considerably improves the previous version of the code in terms of computational efficiency, portability and versatility.
The SELEN user manual is available online.
Visit the SELEN Wiki page for additional support with building, using, or modifying SELEN.
SELEN Publications List
Browse the CIG Short-Term Crustal Dynamics Mailing List Archive to find past discussions and previous troubleshooting help, or post to the CIG Short-Term Crustal Dynamics forum with questions or comments.
If you are interested in getting the development version of this code from the CIG repository, use the following git command:
git clone --recursive https://github.com/geodynamics/selen.git
You can also browse the history of modifications in the Git repository.
Issue/Bug Tracker on Github
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