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The difference between Roms initialization and boundary files and CROCO

asked 2022-09-26 09:02:00 +0200

jc_Sun gravatar image

Is there any difference between the file properties and variables?

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answered 2022-11-09 12:15:45 +0200

I think the basic ROMS files (,,, may still be compatible with CROCO but I'm not sure because I haven't had a chance to test them for a long time. Since there is no other answer to this post, I guess nobody in the CROCO community has tried it recently.

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answered 2022-10-07 22:00:06 +0200

andres gravatar image

An initial file (INI) contains values in the whole domain for the main variables: T, S, UBAR, VBAR, Zeta, U, V. Usually it has just one time step, but if it has several just one time step is read.

A CLM boundary file is similar to a INI file but for many time step.

A BRY boundary file has values (vertical sections) only along the open edges of the domain.

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I think the question here is whether there is a difference between Rutgers-ROMS and CROCO files for initial conditions and boundary conditions

jmcgovern gravatar imagejmcgovern ( 2022-10-13 12:20:09 +0200 )edit

Yes, that's the idea I wanted to express.

jc_Sun gravatar imagejc_Sun ( 2022-10-20 14:36:26 +0200 )edit
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