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CNRS-NEMO - 2017 actions

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Additional members of NEMO System Team working on Specific Actions

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Institution % Position
Clément Rousset CNRS LOCEAN-IPSL, Paris 20 CNRS
Martin Vancoppenolle CNRS LOCEAN-IPSL, Paris 10 CNRS
Laurent Debreu IMAG, Grenoble 0 INRIA, AGRIF Working Group Leader
Marie-Alice Foujols IPSL, Paris 0 CNRS
Rachid Benshila LEGOS, Toulouse 0 CNRS

Summary: List here the actions NOT listed in SHARED ACTIONS

Action Brief description Status Branch name Trac ticket n° Wiki page name Reviewer(s) Review status
CNRS-1 LIM3, Multiple tracer interface ?
CNRS-2 LIM3, melt ponds to be continued from 2016
CNRS-3 Energy trend diagnostics to be continued from 2016
CNRS-4 LIM3, FCT4 advection scheme to be continued from 2016

Summary of SHARED ACTIONS (listed here for continuity)

Action Brief description Status Branch name Trac ticket n° Wiki page name Reviewer(s) Review status Shared Action Stream
CNRS-5 Assessment of LIM3 with AGRIF to be continued from 2016 https://forge.ipsl.jussieu.fr/nemo/browser/branches/2016/dev_v3_6_STABLE_r6506_AGRIF_LIM3 https://forge.ipsl.jussieu.fr/nemo/wiki/2016WP/AGRIF-2_Rousset-Levy R. Benshila + J. Chanut AGRIF-2
CNRS-6 Simplification of vertical diffusion to be continued from 2016 https://forge.ipsl.jussieu.fr/nemo/browser/branches/2015/dev_r5786_CNRS9_NOC3_ZDF #1260 https://forge.ipsl.jussieu.fr/nemo/wiki/ticket/1260_CNRS0_NOC1_LDF Simplification-1
CNRS-7 Simplification of configurations, introduction of user-defined module to be continued from 2016 https://forge.ipsl.jussieu.fr/nemo/browser/branches/2016/dev_r6409_SIMPLIF_2_usrdef #1692 https://forge.ipsl.jussieu.fr/nemo/wiki/2016WP/Simplif2-CNRS-simona Andrew Coward review in progress Simplification-2
CNRS-8 Integration of the SEABASS configuration as a test case to be continued from 2016 Simona Flavoni Robustness-1
CNRS-9 Academic test cases in the system to be continued from 2016 https://forge.ipsl.jussieu.fr/nemo/browser/branches/2016/dev_r6409_SIMPLIF_2_usrdef #1692 Andrew Coward review in progress Robust-3/Simplif-2
CNRS-11 Revisiting TOP interface in progress Olivier Aumont Robustness-5
CNRS-12 Continuous integration tool ('Trusting') to be continued from 2016 Robustness-6
CNRS-13 Evolution of the Collaborative Development Environment (CDE) to be continued from 2016 Robustness-10

CNRS-1 - LIM3, Multiple tracer interface

Motivation: In order to prepare a Biogeochemical compartment in sea ice, a generic passive tracer interface will be added in LIM3
Status: No started
Main tasks:
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Depends on:
Principal Investigator:
Martin Vancoppenolle

CNRS-2 - LIM3, melt ponds

Motivation: addition of melt ponds at the surface of sea-ice following the PhD work of Olivier Lecomte (2014) (UCL)
Status:
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Principal Investigator:
Martin Vancoppenolle

CNRS-3 - Energy trend diagnostics

Motivation: Finalize trends diagnostics (3D trends of tracers, momentum, kinetic energy and potential energy)
Status : Continuation of 2015
Main tasks :
(1) implement the 3D output (using xIOS) of tracers and momentum trends (done with validation in 2013)
(2) compute and output the 3D trends of PE and KE : vvl case to be validated
(3) documentation
Science Pre-viewer:
System Pre-viewer
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Depends on:
Principal Investigator : Gurvan Madec

CNRS-4 - LIM3, FCT4 advection scheme

Motivation: To introduce a less expensive advection scheme (in order to deal with a great number of tracers)
Rachid, using a classical test case of advection of a passive tracer, have shown that a 4th order Flux Corrected Transport (FCT4) had a behavior very close to the one of a Pather scheme, i.e. the one used in LIM. It is much cheaper as you don't have to advect second order moments in addition to the field itself.
Status : Continuation of 2015. The FCT4 scheme has been coded and tested as part of a 3D advection scheme for ocean tracers.
Main tasks :
adapt to LIM3 and test it. If it performs as expected, implement it in the current version of LIM3
Science Pre-viewer
: Gurvan Madec
System Pre-viewer
: Gurvan Madec
Deadline:
Depends on:
Principal Investigator :
Clément Rousset

CNRS-7 - Integration of a SEABASS configuration as a test case

Motivation: SEABASS is the reference configuration for Data Assimilation, included in the NEMO v3.4_STABLE version. Various data assimilation experiments have been done with this configuration, with various data assimilation systems (e.g. Cosme et al, 2011, Bouttier et al. 2014, Yin et al., 2014). In this context, this configuration appears to be useful for data assimilation users, to couple their own DA system on NEMO and compare their results with thgose obtained on this configuration. SEABASS is also easy to take in hand. Also, it allows to update the configuration status to the future version of NEMO. For these reasons, this configuration is a relevant test case for Data Assimilation.
Status:
Main tasks:
Science Pre-viewer: Simona Flavoni
System Pre-viewer:
Simona Flavoni
Deadline:
Priority:
Depends on: SIMPLIF-2 / CNRS - Simplification of configurations, introduction of user-defined module

Principal Investigator: Pierre-Antoine Bouttier