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 applications are presented. One could find the latest developments of the permaFoam solver on the community repository.

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A New Land Cover Map of Two Watersheds under Long-Term Environmental Monitoring in the Swedish Arctic Using Sentinel-2 Data

In September 2023 a paper presenting a new satelite-based land cover map for the watersheds of Miellajokka and Stordalen near Abisko Scientific Research Station has been published by Yves Auda, Erik J. Lundi, Jonas Gustafsson, Oleg S. Pokrovsky, Simon Cazaurang and Laurent Orgogozo in Water. In this work, a sentinel-2 image of July 2022 has […]

HiPerBorea at the European Conference On Permafrost 2023 in Puigcerda

The 6th European Conference On Permafrost was a great success, full of inspiring communications and fruitfull discussions, in the beautiful and pleasant pyrenean town of Puigcerda. Warm thanks to the organizers! At this conference HiPerBorea gave four communications in four different sessions: Great memories for the HiPerBorea team present at this conference!

Numerical assessment of morphological and hydraulic properties of moss, lichen and peat from a permafrost peatland

In January 2023 a paper related to digital retrieval of hydraulic properties of boreal mosses and lichens has been published by Simon Cazaurang, Manuel Marcoux, Oleg S. Pokrovsky, Sergey V. Loiko, Artem G. Lim, Stéphane Audry, Liudmila S. Shirokova, and Laurent Orgogozo in Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. In this work, computer assisted tomography, computational […]