1. Kore: the numerical explorer of rapidly rotating planets with liquid cores

Kore is a numerical code for the exploration of motions in the liquid cores of rapidly rotating planets. Kore, from the Greek Κόρη, the queen of the underworld, daughter of Zeus and Demeter, solves the linear Navier-Stokes and magnetic induction equations for a viscous, incompressible and conductive fluid (the planet's liquid core) enclosed within a solid inner core and a rigid mantle.


The updated DOI is https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6783310

2. Mire

Solver for inviscid (magneto)hydrodynamic modes in rapidly rotating spheres and ellipsoids using a Galerkin method with basis vectors constructed from Cartesian monomials.


3. Pygeodyn (Python geomagnetic data assimilation package) and webgeodyn (visualisation tool)

Scientists from GRACEFUL - University of Grenoble have developed a Python geomagnetic data assimilation code and associated visualization tools. They are now available for download here:


4. Gravity data processing codes

Python tools for obtaining and working with Level-2 spherical harmonic coefficients from the NASA/DLR Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) and the NASA/GFZ Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment Follow-On (GRACE-FO) missions (using Tyler Sutterly)