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task #291: Submission of sediment burst-coupling in NorESM

Submitted by:  Marco van Hulten <hulten>
Submitted on:  Wed 29 Jan 2020 10:46:27 PM EET  
Should Start On: Wed 29 Jan 2020 12:00:00 AM EETShould be Finished on: Sat 08 Feb 2020 12:00:00 AM EET
Category: Project ApprovalPriority: 5 - Normal
Status: DonePrivacy: Public
Percent Complete: 100%Assigned to: Sergey Poznyakoff <gray>
Open/Closed: OpenEffort: 0.10

Thu 30 Jan 2020 05:38:04 PM EET, comment #2:

Thank you!

(I will probably work on this further (pushing repo, homepage etc.) around the time of the preprint.)

Marco van Hulten <hulten>
Thu 30 Jan 2020 02:46:59 PM EET, comment #1:

Welcome aboard.

Sergey Poznyakoff <gray>
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Wed 29 Jan 2020 10:46:27 PM EET, original submission:

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Registration Details

  • Name: sediment burst-coupling in NorESM
  • System Name: burst-coupling
  • Type: Software
  • License: GNU General Public License V3 or later (The code has non-free dependencies. It will take time to clarify—and make free—all of this. I hope to be able to share my part already before all that has happened.)


This package contains the modified files of NorESM, especially the ocean biogeochemical component, necessary to execute long-term simulations of NorESM, the Norwegian Earth System Model, in a computationally reaonable time. In this the sediment is repeatedly decoupled and coupled to the ocean model (HAMOCC/MICOM). Through this, the ocean (seawater and sediment) is brought into a steady state.


Other Software Required:
  • The NorESM framework, which should be that of CESM1.1 (using CIME);
  • a Fortran compiler.

Though standard Fortran 95/2003 is used (or so it is intended), it has only been compiled in its completeness (i.e. together with NorESM) with the proprietary Intel compiler (ifort).

Other Comments:

As of yet the model is not free software in its entirety. I keep on arguing at my university and our partners for that. It's a slow process, mostly because people need to be educated about free software.

I will publish a preprint of the corresponding study quite soon, so it will be useful to share the code (and development history) by that time.

Marco van Hulten <hulten>


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