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WRF Licensing

PostPosted: Thu Jun 27, 2019 2:41 pm
by christinaholt
I see that the WRFv3.9 release has a public domain license and says:

NCAR and UCAR make no proprietary
claims, either statutory or otherwise, to this version and
release of WRF and consider WRF to be in the public domain for
use by any person or entity for any purpose without any fee or

I am concerned with the licenses of some individual pieces...especially in dyn_em/module_sfs_driver.F

! Any use, reproduction, modification, or distribution of this software or documentation
! for commercial purposes requires a license from Lawrence Livermore National Security,
! LLC. Contact: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Industrial Partnerships Office,
! P.O. Box 808, L-795, Livermore, CA 94551

Is this license superseded by the WRF public domain license for commercial use?