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Please cite these two papers when using GeoNet (for other publications on GeoNet see the Publications page):



Python version - latest update 2017/10/24

New Python version of GeoNet (v2) and associated tutorial for installation

Updated version (2017/02/22) of Python GeoNet with virtual machine. 

First version (2016/02/26) of GeoNet in Python. This version uses GRASS GIS. 


Version 2.2 - 2015/04/20

GeoNet 2.*  and later versions have been tested with R2011 and later releases. Users using older versions of MATLAB will still be able to run the script files, but functionality while writing Geotiffs and making plots might be limited. 

Mirror #1: The University of Texas at Austin box (Preferred)

GDAL version:
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version updates include writing a cross sections tif for the selected channel reach
08/23/2016 - cross section module updated (fixed bug)
06/30/2017 - posted GDAL version



Version 2.1 - 2012/09/06

Mirror #1: The University of Texas at Austin box (Preferred)

Mirror #2: Google Drive site (use if Mirror #1 is down!)

Open the Google drive site, then choose File menu at the top and --> Download. This will help you to download the zip file at once to your machine.

Click on the above link to download a zip file containing GeoNet 2.1-beta. The zip file contains the code package and sample data. This version includes a subroutine for extracting cross-sections and identifying channel bank locations.


Version 2.0 - 2011/18/11

Mirror #1: The University of Texas at Austin box (Preferred) 
Users who do not have a C compiler on their machines, can use the below 64 bit precompiled files. They should be placed in the mex folder within GeoNet2.0.

Geonet 2.0 Mex compiled files for Windows 64 bit


Mirror #2: Google Drive site (use if Mirror #1 is down).
Open the Google drive site, then choose File menu at the top and --> Download. This will help you to download the zip file at once to your machine.





For Linux users who are unable to compile MEX files on their machines, we have compiled MEX binaries.
The following MEX binaries were compiled on a 64 bit processor on Ubuntu 11.10 by using gcc-4.4 and g++-4.4 libraries.
In order to use the MEX files please make sure you are running a 64 bit processor.


Mirror #2: Google Drive site for linux files:
Mirror #1: Google Drive site location for compiled windows files:
In case you are not able to use the compiled MEX files on Linux directly and you are having problems with the compilation, please refer to the 
FAQ section for more information.

Click on the above link to download a zip file containing GeoNet 2.0. The zip file contains the code package and sample data.
To install and run GeoNet refer to the How-to section.



Version 1.0.1 - 2010/09/01

Mirror#1:  NCED, University of Minnesota
GeoNet 1.0.1