The PCRaster team is at the European Geosciences Union, 2012, Vienna. We will give a demo at session HS3.3 Wednesday 25 April, 17:30–19:00, Hall A, Poster A 118. Info at http://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2012/poster_programme/10307.
I added a link to the new NutShell project page at Sourceforge to the Downloads | Support software page.
We have a new project on assimilation of remote sensing data into land use change models. The project is done with partners in Belgium. You can find more information at the ASIMUD page.
I have added some information about a new project we are working on, called BlockAnalyst. You can find more information at the BlockAnalyst project page.
We have a new page on probabilistic forecasting of atmospheric dispersal of pollutants in case of a chemical or radiological accident. The application uses our framework for stochastic modelling and data assimilation. Check out the page for more information!
We put the new PCRaster website on-line. Yahoo!
Rens added a description of his application of PCRaster for large-scale hydrological modelling. Check out the PCR-GLOBWB page for more information!
You probably noticed that the current PCRaster website isn’t updated regularly. The reason for that is the relatively complicated tool-chain that is required to build and publish the website. From now on we will publish our website using WordPress, which allows us to update the website from a browser.