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The 100th PISM-using paper!
The 100th PISM-using paper!

At the end of May we found the 100th PISM-using paper:

Version 1.1

PISM v1.1 was tagged on 7 December 2018. It includes a large number of model improvements and issue resolutions (see the change log), but it is an incremental release. Please use this version, or the (master branch), unless you have a good reason to use an older one!

Openhub's summary of the PISM project

We think PISM has pretty-good open-source-software cred. But don’t take our word for it. Here is the automatically-generated nutshell (here, on 4 November 2017) at


LARMIP is the Linear Antarctic Response to basal melting Model Intercomparison Project. PISM is one of several participating models. The goal is to use the newest models to compute a linear-response sea level contribution to inform the IPCC-AR6. Find all necessary materials at