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CFC code available (fwd)






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Date: Wed, 26 Mar 1997 11:20:08 +1100 (EST)
From: Matthew England <matthew@maths.unsw.EDU.AU>
To: richard.matear@ml.csiro.au, sbp@bom.gov.au, tmh@splash.Princeton.EDU
Cc: matthew@alpha.maths.unsw.edu.au
Subject: CFC code available



Dear colleague,

        I am planning to make available the source code required
to run the GFDL Modular Ocean Model including CFC-11 and CFC-12 uptake.
This code is quite simple to implement.  Presently I have this code
in MOM 1.N format.  It is well documented, and should be easy to adapt
for MOM 2.M and indeed other ocean models.

        I need people to test the code and associated web pages
before making this publicly accessible.  If you are interested in
including CFCs in an ocean model, please visit the URL:
        http://www.maths.unsw.edu.au/metweb/matthew/cfc.html

alternatively, this page can be accessed via my home URL:
        http://www.maths.unsw.edu.au/metweb/matthew/home.html


        Eventually I plan to have three versions of the software:
1) MOM 1   2) MOM 2   3) other ocean models.  The version for MOM 2
might end up being a part of the ACOM effort.  Version 3 will 
be developed in consultation with people using such models as HOPE, 
LODYC, and ASTR.

        I need feedback and comments on:

        a) Code/data accessibility?
        b) Clarity of instructions for incorporating code?
        c) Any bugs in the code?
        d) Clarity of instructions for running the model?
        e) Any run-time bugs?

        If you know somebody who might be interested in this code,
please feel free to forward this message to them (include their e-mail
in a message to me as well for future correspondence). 

        NB: Testers need not be users of MOM 1.N.  One user of a non-GFDL
model has already used this CFC code within his model, and had no problems
with code translation and modification.  

        Thanks for any feedback you might be able to provide.

        Best regards, 
           Matthew England

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