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You will be granted access to our private GitHub repository where you can obtain the source code, submit issues and contribute code to the WRF-GC model. Please do not redistribute the source code for the ''alpha'' version publicly. Instead, please refer interested users to this guide where they can request access.  
 
You will be granted access to our private GitHub repository where you can obtain the source code, submit issues and contribute code to the WRF-GC model. Please do not redistribute the source code for the ''alpha'' version publicly. Instead, please refer interested users to this guide where they can request access.  
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Note that for this ''alpha'' version, the WRF-GC code is provided with a tested version of
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GEOS-Chem (v12.1.1). In the future, we aim to allow independent updates for both the WRF and the GEOS-Chem parent models; i.e., you will be downloading GEOS-Chem directly from the GEOS-Chem repository.
  
  

Revision as of 08:27, 4 January 2019

Obtaining the WRF code

Before downloading WRF-GC, you will need a supported version of the WRF model. For the WRF-GC v0.1 (alpha version), please use WRF v3.9.1.1, which has been validated against our specific build.

You can obtain the WRF model code here: http://www2.mmm.ucar.edu/wrf/users/downloads.html


Obtaining the WRF-GC code with the GEOS-Chem model

To obtain the WRF-GC model code, please contact tmfu AT pku DOT edu DOT cn.

You will be granted access to our private GitHub repository where you can obtain the source code, submit issues and contribute code to the WRF-GC model. Please do not redistribute the source code for the alpha version publicly. Instead, please refer interested users to this guide where they can request access.

Note that for this alpha version, the WRF-GC code is provided with a tested version of GEOS-Chem (v12.1.1). In the future, we aim to allow independent updates for both the WRF and the GEOS-Chem parent models; i.e., you will be downloading GEOS-Chem directly from the GEOS-Chem repository.


Downloading the GEOS-Chem Data Directories

Please refer to the GEOS-Chem Wiki to obtain the shared GEOS-Chem data directories: http://wiki.seas.harvard.edu/geos-chem/index.php/Downloading_GEOS-Chem_source_code_and_data#Shared_data_directory_archives

You will need to point your GEOS-Chem configuration file "input.geos" and "HEMCO_Config.rc" to use the shared data directories. Please refer to the Running WRF-GC section.