QGIS is a free, open source, desktop mapping tool, widely used in New Zealand in government, research, commercial and NGO arenas. It supports open standards and can be used by anyone who is interested.
The latent heat flux and evaporation from lakes are predicted to increase in a warming climate. This model script (written in Matlab) estimates latent and sensible heat fluxes from lake water surfaces.
The Neon Applications software is a suite of software and documentation which allows clients to set up their own Neon system on existing server hardware, or new server hardware located at the client’s premises.
CHES (Cumulative Hydrological Effects Simulator) software tool predicts how water flows in a catchment will change with multiple water uses (e.g. direct abstractions or storage reservoirs) and what the consequences will be to in-stream ecosystems and reliability of water-take.