Note

Please report issues with the manual on the GitHub page.

14. Acknowledgements

14.1. Contributors

Name

Affiliation

Contributions

Versions

Remarks

Prof Sue Grimmond

University of Reading, UK; prior: Indiana University, USA, King’s College London, UK, University of British Columbia, Canada

OHM, Evaporation-Interception, Resistances, NARP, irrigation, anthropogenic heat, etc

v2011b – onwards

Team Leader

Dr Ting Sun

University of Reading, UK

AnOHM; Documentation system; WRF-SUEWS coupling; SuPy (python wrapper of SUEWS)

v2017b – onwards

Current Lead Developer

Dr Leena Järvi

University of Helsinki, Finland

Snow-related physics; Anthropogenic emission calculation, CO2

v2011b – v2019a

Lead Developer of v2011b – v2014b

Dr Helen Ward

University of Reading, UK

OHM improvement; Resistance calculation; Anthropogenic heat calculation

v2016a - v2017b

Lead Developer of v2016a - v2017

Dr Fredrik Lindberg

Göteborg University, Sweden

UMEP-related work, NARP, ESTM

v2011b – owards

Lead Developer of UMEP

Dr Hamidreza Omidvar

University of Reading, UK

WRF-SUEWS coupling; Documentation system

v2018c – v2019a

Major contributor to WRF(v4.0)-SUEWS(v2018c) coupling

Minttu P. Havu

University of Helsinki, Finland

CO2

v2018c – v2019a

Dr Zhenkun Li

Shanghai Climate Centre, China

WRF-SUEWS coupling

v2018b – v2018c

Major contributor to WRF(v3.9)-SUEWS(v2018b) coupling

Yihao Tang

University of Reading, UK

Stability, air temperature

v2018b - v2018c

Dr Shiho Onomura

Göteborg University, Sweden

BLUEWS, ESTM

v2016a

Dr Thomas Loridan

King’s College London, UK

NARP

v2011a

Dr Brian Offerle

Indiana University, USA

ESTM, NARP

v2011a

14.2. Dependency Libraries

Note

We gratefully acknowledge the libraries/code that SUEWS uses as dependency and greatly appreciate their developers for the excellent work. Please let us know if any inapproriate use of these code and we will remove/modify the related parts accordingly.

Library

Remarks

datetime-fortran

date and time related processsing

minpack

AnOHM-related sinusoidal curve fitting

Recursive Fortran 95 quicksort routine

netCDF output for QGIS-compliant grid layout

Fortran Strings Module by Dr George Benthien

string processing

14.3. Funding

Note

The following grants are acknowledged for their contribution to model development (D) and/or supportive observations (O).

Funder

Project

D , O

ERC Synergy

urbisphere 855005

D,O

NERC

APEx

D

NERC

COSMA NE/S005889/

D

UKRI

GCRF Urban Disaster Risk Hub

D

Newton/Met Office

CSSP-China (AJYG-DX4P1V HRC,AJYF-2GLAMK EUN, others)

D, O

NERC

ClearfLo Clean Air for London NE/H003231/1

O

NERC/Belmont

TRUC NE/L008971/1, G8MUREFU3FP-2201-075

D, O

EPSRC

LoHCool Low carbon climate-responsive Heating and Cooling of Cities EP/N009797/1

D

NERC

Independent Research Fellowship

D

NSF

BCS-0095284, ATM-0710631, BCS-0221105

D, O

EPSRC

Data Assimilation for the REsilient City (DARE) EP/P002331/1

O

Royal Society/Newton

Mobility funding

O

H2020

UrbanFluxes (637519)

D, O

EUf7

BRIDGE (211345)

D, O

EUf7

emBRACE (283201)

D, O

University of Reading

Sue Grimmond

O, D

KCL

Sue Grimmond

O

EPSRC

EP/I00159X/1 EP/I00159X/2 Materials Innovation Hub: Connecting Materials Culture to Materials Science

O

NERC

Field Spectroscopy Facility (FSF) 616.1110 Investigating the Urban Energy Balance of London

O

EUf7

MEGAPOLI 212520

D

NERC

Airborne Remote Sensing Facility & Field Spectroscopy Facility (GB08/19)

O

CFCAS

Environmental Prediction for Canadian Cities

D, O