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June 15, 2006


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Documentation Source (tar.gz)

Solaris Binary (tar.gz)

Linux Binary (tar.gz) Warning: 64 bit version.

Source Code (tar.gz)

Windows Binary (zip)

Source code (zip)

Note: Errors may occurr with tar; please use gtar to unpack tar balls.

earthworm_global.d as of 20070303. Please do not make changes to earthworm_global.d. Contact Mitch Withers if you need an Installation ID. Note that INST_UNKNOWN may be used for testing but should be avoided if data are exchanged with other installations.

The export_scnl binary does not run correctly as compiled in the v7.0 release. Use this export_scnl.exe binary until the problem is resolved.

The hyp2000_mgr binary does not run correctly as compiled in the v7.0 release. Use this hyp2000_mgr.exe binary until the problem is resolved. This link (Thanks Angel) also provides an identical file.


These programs are contributed by various people and institutions. They are distributed AS IS. Authors may or may not be interested in comments, suggestions, and improvements.

Source Code and some binaries (tar.gz).

Table of Contents for the Contrib file.

Online Documentation

Version 6.3 download

Version 6.2 download (last release with tested interactive, aka quick review).

Release Notes

EARTHWORM development team is headed by Alex Bittenbinder and coordinated by Barbara Bogaert; both with the U.S. Geological Survey.     Advice and assistance with EARTHWORM development is provided by members of the the Earthworm Community.

In 2005, ISTI and CERI (University of Memphis) have taken on lead rolls in software development and user support of Earthworm.

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