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New Version: TETIS v9.0

We are happy to announce the immediate availability of the new version of the distributed hydrological model TETIS.

The new main features of this version are: a friendlier interface has been developed, the dynamic vegetation sub-model and nitrogen cycle sub-model have been activated; and, as always, reported bugs have been fixed.

Attention is drawn to the fact that this new version is not compatible with the files generated by the old one: FileSSP.tet, settings.txt, calib.txt and topolco.sds. Hence, we recommend generating a new project and setting the options and the values with new interface.

You can find it on the download page.