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Timestamp:
2019-05-20T20:57:09+02:00 (18 months ago)
Author:
nicolasmartin
Message:

Modification of the content to be in line with the NEMO manual
SI3 manual can now be build like the NEMO manual with ./manual_build.sh SI3

  • Mimick the directory organisation with main and subfiles folders.
  • Regarding the particular case of namelists
    • Remove the duplicates already contained in the global namelists folder at 1st level of ./doc
    • Keep the namelists sub-folder only for namdyn_adv & namsbc which already exist in ocean namelists
  • Rewriting of SI3_manual.tex with NEMO_manual.tex as template to easily highlight differences
  • Updating of several paths for figures/namelists inclusion or LaTeX files referencing
  • LaTeX source:
    • Replacement of \forfile command for namelists with pre-configured \nlst alias
    • " "" \bm with \mathbf (save installation of an extra package)
Location:
NEMO/trunk/doc/latex/SI3/subfiles
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  • NEMO/trunk/doc/latex/SI3/subfiles/chap_radiative_transfer.tex

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    11 
    2 \documentclass[../../tex_main/NEMO_manual]{subfiles} 
     2\documentclass[../main/SI3_manual]{subfiles} 
    33 
    44\begin{document} 
     
    2828\begin{center} 
    2929\vspace{0cm} 
    30 \includegraphics[height=6cm,angle=-00]{../Figures/radiative_transfer.png} 
     30\includegraphics[height=6cm,angle=-00]{radiative_transfer} 
    3131\caption{Partitionning of solar radiation in the snow-ice system, as represented in SI$^3$.} 
    3232\label{fig_radiative_transfer} 
     
    5454The user has control on 5 reference namelist values, which describe the asymptotic values of albedo of snow and ice for dry and wet conditions, as well as the deep ponded-ice albedo. Observational surveys, in particular during SHEBA in the Arctic \citep{Perovichetal02alb} and further additional experiments \citep{GrenfellPerovich04}, as well as by \cite{Brandtetal05} in the Antarctic, have provided relatively strong constraints on the surface albedo. In this context, the albedo can hardly be used as the main model tuning parameter, at least outside of these observation-based bounds (see namalb for reference values). 
    5555 
    56 \forfile{../namelists/namalb} 
     56\nlst{namalb} 
    5757 
    5858%-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 
     
    6363\begin{center} 
    6464\vspace{0cm} 
    65 \includegraphics[height=10cm,angle=-00]{../Figures/albedo_cloud_correction.png} 
     65\includegraphics[height=10cm,angle=-00]{albedo_cloud_correction} 
    6666\caption{Albedo correction $\Delta \alpha$ as a function of overcast sky (diffuse light) albedo $\alpha_os$, from field observations \cite[][their Table 3]{GrenfellPerovich04} (squares) and 2nd-order fit (Eq. \ref{eq_albedo_cloud_correction}). Red squares represent the irrelevant data points excluded from the fit. For indication, the amplitude of the correction used in the ocean component is also depicted (blue circle).} 
    6767% ocean uses 0.06 for overcast sky (Payne 74) and Briegleb and Ramanathan parameterization 
     
    9494\begin{center} 
    9595\vspace{0cm} 
    96 \includegraphics[height=4cm,angle=-00]{../Figures/albedo_dependencies.png} 
     96\includegraphics[height=4cm,angle=-00]{albedo_dependencies} 
    9797\caption{Example albedo dependencies on ice thickness, snow depth and pond depth, as parameterized in SI$^3$.} 
    9898\label{fig_albedo_dependencies} 
     
    183183\begin{center} 
    184184\vspace{0cm} 
    185 \includegraphics[height=8cm,angle=-00]{../Figures/radiation_atm_ice_oce.png} 
     185\includegraphics[height=8cm,angle=-00]{radiation_atm_ice_oce} 
    186186\caption{Framing solar radiation transfer through sea ice into the atmosphere-ice-ocean context.} 
    187187% ocean uses 0.06 for overcast sky (Payne 74) and Briegleb and Ramanathan parameterization 
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