Current version: v.2.9
What is COHERENS?
COHERENS is a modelling system designed for a wide range of applications in coastal and shelf seas, estuaries, lakes and reservoirs. COHERENS follows a modular structure based on a numerical hydrodynamical model. It includes side-modules among which generic biological and sediment transport modules.
The development of COHERENS is led by researchers at RBINS in collaboration with worldwide scientists. COHERENS is available to the scientific community as a free and well-documented open source code.
Information on the semi-implicit multi-grid scheme by steph
Mon Feb 15, 2016 2:00 pm
COHERENS workshop and training session in November! by valerie
Tue Oct 13, 2015 8:31 am
Version 2.8 of Coherens is now available on the web site. by Katrijn
Tue Jun 02, 2015 1:20 pm
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Many different test cases have been implemented. They are described in detail in the COHERENS manual.
The COHERENS forum
You will find answers to all your questions in the COHERENS users forum. The forum is moderated by seasoned COHERENS users.
Last forum posts
how to produce ascii and netcdf results simultaneously? by Sou
Tue Nov 01, 2016 3:46 pm
Bendtsen, J., Mortensen, J., and Rysgaard, S. (2014). Seasonal surface layer dynamics and sensitivity to runoff in a high Arctic fjord (Young Sound/Tyrolerfjord, 74°N). Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 119, 6461–6478.
Kämpf, J., and Ellis, H. (2014). Hydrodynamics and Flushing of Coffin Bay, South Australia: A Small Tidal Inverse Estuary of Interconnected Bays. Journal of Coastal Research.
Vinh, V.D., Baetens, K., Luyten, P., Tu, T.A., and Anh, N.T.K. (2014). The influence of surface wind on the salinity distribution and circulation in the coastal waters of the Res river Delta, Vietnam. Journal of Marine Science and Technology 13, 12–20.
Wang, Q., Zhu, L., and Wang, D. (2014). A numerical model study on multi-species harmful algal blooms coupled with background ecological fields. Acta Oceanologica Sinica 33, 95–105.