To facilitate infrasound propagation studies, we present AVO-G2S, an open-source, Ground-to-Space model which provides temperature and wind specifications from the surface to an altitude of 225 km. This model provides a means of smoothly characterizing atmospheric conditions using multiple numerical weather prediction forecast and reanalysis products, along with upper-atmospheric empirical models. Regional atmospheric reconstructions only require a limited domain and can utilize high-resolution numerical weather prediction forecasts typically provided
on a projected grid. The use of a projected grid allows for faster spectral transform libraries to be
employed. The AVO-G2S software can also provide global reconstructions that rely on global
numerical weather prediction products and spherical harmonic decompositions. AVO-G2S is inspired by a global Ground-to-Space model developed by the Naval Research Laboratory, and relies on their empirical descriptions of upper-atmospheric conditions. Alaska Volcano Observatory has implemented this model for near-real-time infrasound monitoring of volcanic eruptions and historical research projects.