This is a Noah LSM 3.4.1 version for Windows, compiled with the latest MinGW version (GNU Fortran 6.3.0). I have tested on my Win10 laptop.
NetCDF support has been removed in this binary version due to its huge time costs in compiling with MinGW. You can use ASCII formart to prepare the model drives as demonstrated in the official example data files (bondville.dat). If you prefer to use NetCDF, you have to compile the sources obtained from the offical web site (Goolging Noah LSM).
Credits please go to the group who developed Noh LSM.
GetMODIS An effective tool to download MODIS data in a batched manner 批量多线程快速下载MODIS数据的工具 Author: Zhuotong Nan @njnu ([email protected]) Date: 1/18/2016
1. Specifiy parameters in the config.ini file upon your needs the para names are well self-explanatory. 2. Run GetModis.exe
* Param “tiles” should be set for those datasets tiled such as MOD09GA; and leave it blank or comment it out for datasets with no tiles such as MOD09CMG * the format for multiple tiles: “hTile,vTile”,”hTile,vTile”,”hTile,vTile”… where hTile represent the horizontal tile no, and vTile the vertical tile no. * set quietmodel to true if you dont like to see the download progress * larger number of threads will generally increase the download speed. However too many threads may cause your ip blocked. a value of no more than 10 is advised.