For more details, including where to get the code, see the JULES 4.7 release notes.
This year's JULES annual science meeting was held at Lancaster University on 28th/29th June 2016
See the Meetings pages for the list of talks.
For more details, including where to get the code, see the JULES 4.6 release notes.
For more details, including where to get the code, see the JULES 4.5 release notes.
For more details, including where to get the code, see the JULES 4.4 release notes.
For more details, including where to get the code, see the JULES 4.3 release notes.
The next JULES meeting will be held on the 30th June and 1st July at the University of Reading.
To submit an abstract, please complete this template and email it to Emily Black (email@example.com).
As usual, there will be a registration fee to cover the cost of lunches, tea/coffee, etc. The exact cost is not yet know, but will be in the region of £35 - £40. The deadline for abstracts and for registration is 8th May. We will then let people know the cost of the registration as soon as we can after that date.
Registration and abstract deadline: 8th May
Extended registration and abstract deadline: 20th May
Science changes include:
- TRIP and RFM river routing
- Incorporation of widely used fire risk indices
- New soil thermal conductivity model that is more appropriate for organic soils
- Addition of “bedrock” column beneath the soil column, in which only thermal diffusion occurs
- New canopy radiation scheme in which the nitrogen follows an exponential decay
For more details, including where to get the code, see the JULES 4.2 release notes.
The latest version of JULES, JULES v4.1, has been released. For more details on what is included, see the release notes.
The next JULES meeting will be held on the 1st and 2nd July at Leicester University. We are aiming to have a slightly longer meeting this year, so we will be starting at 10:30 on the 1st and finishing at 16:00 on the 2nd.
We would also like this JULES meeting to be more like a conference, so this is a call for abstracts. Depending upon the number of abstracts submitted, we will sort out oral and poster sessions, but it would be useful if you can indicate your preference when you submit an abstract.
We will have sessions on each of the modules of JULES, so please let us know the session in which your abstract should be considered. These sessions will be:
- Surface Exchange
- Plant physiology
- Vegetation dynamics (and fire)
- Crop modelling
- Soil carbon and nitrogen
- Biogenic fluxes
- Validation and calibration
- Data assimilation
- Technical developments
- Climate impacts
There are a lot of sessions here, so we may not have oral presentations for all of them. It will depend upon the abstracts that are submitted.
To submit an abstract, please email it to Eddy Robertson (firstname.lastname@example.org) who has kindly volunteered to collate them (thank you Eddy!). As well as the abstract text, please include the session to which you submitting.
Finally, as usual there will be a registration fee to cover the cost of lunches, tea/coffee, etc. To help organise this and determine what the cost will be, we need to know numbers for people attending. So we are now asking people to register for the meeting. You can do this simply by sending me an email (email@example.com) to let me know that you are coming. The deadline for registration is the end of May (30th). We will then let people know the cost of the registration as soon as we can after that date.
Extended abstract deadline: 16th May
Registration deadline: 30th May
Registration is open for the JULES Meeting on Forest Processes in JULES, to be held at the University of Edinburgh from 19th - 20th June 2013. There is also a call for presentations and posters, with a deadline of 3rd June.
For more details, visit the Community > Meetings section of the website.
The next JULES science meeting will be held at the University of Edinburgh on the 19th - 20th June on the theme of "Forest Processes". There will also be a session in which module leaders will give an overview of work with JULES. Details and a call for presentations will follow soon.