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Installation Tips from 2018

Maintained by a private company called Exponent

Model Dynamics, Physics & Parameterizations (via the Exponent website; see above for access)

  1. CALPUFF User guide:  See chapter 2 in:  http://www.src.com/calpuff/download/CALPUFF_UsersGuide.pdf  .
  2. CALMET User Guide:   http://www.src.com/calpuff/download/CALMET_UsersGuide.pdf
  3. Technical upgrades:  http://www.src.com/calpuff/download/MMS_Files/MMS2006_Volume1_Technical.pdf  .
  4. Dividing streamline paper: Fernando 2014 AMS Flow Visualization

Code sources

  1.  Downloads from Exponent at  http://www.src.com/calpuff/download/download.htm   .

  2. Download to your computer, and unzip the following source code files: 
  3. .

Resources

  1. Users Guides for CALMET & CALPUFF from  http://www.src.com/calpuff/download/download.htm .
  2. User Instructions for CALPUFF version 6.0.   http://www.src.com/calpuff/download/CALPUFF_Version6_UserInstructions.pdf
Model running Resources
  1. Model installation guide - version 2, from Tim Chui - 2018.  
  2. CAMLMET.zip
  3. CALMET_v5.8.5.zip
  4. CALPOST_v6.221.zip
  5. CALPUFF.zip
  6. CALPUFF_v5.8.5.zip
  7. CALWRF_v2.0.2a.zip
  8. Small (207 MB) zipped file of WRF output for 5 hours on our coarse grid (delta_x = 36 km) over Canada, to use as input to CALWRF.  (You can use the free NASA Panoply app to view the contents of these files - - select "view All Files" when you try to open these files in Panoply.  But this viewing step is not required for CAL things.)


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