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Mass and energy balance for volcanic crater lakes.
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Crater lake energy and mass balance

This is a stochastic embedding of the model described by Hurst et al. [2014] to
compute energy and mass input required to account for observed temperature
changes in Mt. Ruapehu's crater lake. It has an interactive component which is currently implemented as a Jupyter notebook.



  • python >= 3.5
  • pandas >= 0.19
  • numpy >= 1.11
  • scipy >= 0.18
  • bokeh >= 0.12
  • ipyparallel >= 6.1
  • ipywidgets >= 6.0

First check out the source code:

git clone --depth=1

Then install the python package:

cd clemb
python install

or if administrator permissions are required

cd clemb
sudo python install

If you don't have the IPython Clusters tab already enabled run:

ipcluster nbextension enable

Now start the notebook:

cd notebook
jupyter notebook&


First pull the image from docker-hub:

git pull yadabe/clemb:latest

Then start the image:

docker run -it --rm -p 8888:8888 yadabe/clemb

This will start a container from the docker image and expose the docker container's port 8888 to your local port 8888. To connect to the notebook type http://localhost:8888 in your web-browser and enter the password.

Running the notebook

At this point you should see the start page of your jupyter notebook. Before starting the notebook clemb_viz.ipynb go to the IPython Clusters tab and start a cluster with the number of engines less or equal to the number of cores on your machine. Now go back to the Files tab, start the notebook, and click Cell->Run All. This will execute the notebook. To see the interactive part of the notebook scroll to the bottom. Note that you will have to confirm entries in the interactive text fields with Enter.


Hurst, T., Hashimoto, T., & Terada, A. (2015). Crater Lake Energy and Mass Balance. In J. V. Dmitri Rouwet, Bruce Christenson, Franco Tassi (Ed.), Volcanic Lakes (pp. 1–533). Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

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