HiPerBorea presentations at the 6th International Field Symposium: West Siberian Peatlands and Carbon Cycle: Past and Present – WSPCC 2021

The WSPCC 2021 held in Khanty-Mansiysk in early July as been the occasion to put forward the actions of HiPerBorea for permafrost modeling in the northern peatlands, and especially in the Western Siberian Lowlands. Since the Khanymey INTERACT scientific station is one of the four key sites considered in the project, it is indeed an important part of it. Two presentations were given: one by Simon Cazaurang and colleagues about a tomographical study of bryophytic layers, and one by Laurent Orgogozo and colleagues about high performance computing applied to the modelling of the permafrost of West Siberian Peatlands.

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Presentation of HiPerBorea at the 13th Asian Computational Fluid Dynamics conference

HiPerBorea participated to the 13th Asian Computational Fluid Dynamics conference, held in Jeju on the 17th, 18th and 19th of October 2022. Presenting the project to the asian CFD community was the occasion of many interesting and fruitful discussions. The presentation given at this conference may be found here.


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Permafrost modelling with OpenFOAM ® : New advancements of the
permaFoam solver

In September 2022 a new version of permaFoam, the OpenFOAM solver for permafrost modelling, has been published in Computer Physics Communications as a Computer Programs in Physics contribution by Orgogozo, Xavier, Oulbani and Grenier. In this work, the massivelly parallel computing capabilities are studied on supercomputers of CALMIP and of the TGCC, and example of […]


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Field mission in Abisko – July 2022

On July 2022 a field mission to Abisko Research Station in Northern Sweden has been done. The goals were to produce a new vegetation map for Stordalen and Mielajokka catchments (see the previous HiPerBorea field mission in Abisko) based on satelite data (Auda et al., in prep) and to sample sphagnum mosses from the peatlands […]