2022-07-28 The first study using results from HexWatershed to investigate the river-ocean interactions was submitted to HESS: Unstructured mesh-based MOSART.
2022-07-01 Our paper using a surrogate-assisted Bayesian framework for ELM model calibration was published: UQTK ELM.
2022-03-04 A core component of HexWatershed 3.0, was released as a standalone Python package: PyFlowline.
2022-03-02 “Topological relationships-based flow direction modeling part 1: mesh-independent river networks representation” was submitted to Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems (JAMES).
2022-02-20 PyEarth is released: pyearth 0.1.20
2022-01-04 HexWatershed 2.0 “Advances in hexagon mesh based flow direction modeling” was published HexWatershed 2.0.
2021-12-09 HexWatershed workshop “Variable-resolution flow routing in Earth System Models: An introduction to HexWatershed” was accepted by AGU Frontiers in Hydrology Meeting 2022. AGU FIHM.
2021-12-09 HexWatershed 2.0 “Advances in hexagon mesh based flow direction modeling” was accepted by Advances in Water Resources (AWR).
2021-12-04 HexWatershed 3.0 will be presented in AGU Fall meeting 2021: Mesh independent flow direction modeling.
2021-12-04 Hillslope-based lateral flow model with calibration will be presented in AGU Fall meeting 2021.
2021-10-12 HexWatershed workshop proposal submitted to the AGU Frontier in Hydrology meeting.
2021-03-14 HexWatershed 2.0 with stream burning was submitted to Advances in Water Resources (AWR).
2020-12-14 The first hydrologic model that uses HexWatershed as flow direction: AGU poster.
2020-12-10 AGU hydrology highlight: AGU Hydrology Highlight.
2020-11-11 HexWatershed readthedocs online: HexWatershed readthedocs.
2020-10-17 HexWatershed model was submitted to the Journal of Open Source Software JOSS.
2020-10-16: HexWatershed becomes a member of the CSDMS.