source: CONFIG/LMDZOR/branches/LMDZOR_v4/LMDZOR/PARAM/orchidee.def @ 1203

Last change on this file since 1203 was 1203, checked in by jgipsl, 13 years ago

Dev config LMDZOR_v4 :

Towards possibility to run LMDZOR experience as climate or AMIP
interannuel experience. All PARAM/*def and COMP/*driver are the same. To
switch change lmdz.card and orchidee.card.

  • Modified following parameters from lmdz.card and orchidee.card : VEGET_UPDATE, LAND_COVER_CHANGE, ok_guide, pmagic, aer_type
  • Added orchidee.card_AMIP, lmdz.card_AMIP : copied from AMIP/COMP
  • Uniformized lmdz.driver and orchidee.driver with functionality from AMIP experience
  • orchidee.driver : added function SRF_PeriodStart, desactaivate river routing for high resolution (280x280x39)
  • lmdz.driver : added lecture of GHG forcing files if they exist (if added in lmdz.card), desactivated fft filter in case of resolution

280x280x39 which contains zoom, added test if Bands file exist
(LMDZ_Bands_file_name)

  • lmdz.card : take climoz_LMDZ.nc file from CREATE run instead of AR5/HISTORIQUE/climoz_LMDZ_1995.nc
File size: 30.0 KB
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1#
2#**************************************************************************
3#                    Namelist for ORCHIDEE
4#**************************************************************************
5#
6#
7#**************************************************************************
8#          OPTIONS NOT SET
9#**************************************************************************
10#
11#
12#**************************************************************************
13#          Management of display in the run of ORCHIDEE
14#**************************************************************************
15
16# Model chatting level
17# level of online diagnostics in STOMATE (0-4)
18# With this variable, you can determine how much online information STOMATE
19#  gives during the run. 0 means virtually no info.
20BAVARD = 1
21# default = 1
22
23# Flag for debug information
24# This option allows to switch on the output of debug
25#         information without recompiling the code.
26DEBUG_INFO = n
27#default = n
28
29# ORCHIDEE will print more messages
30# This flag permits to print more debug messages in the run.
31LONGPRINT = n
32#default = n
33
34#---------------------------------------------------------------------
35
36# To reset the time coming from SECHIBA restart file
37# This option allows the model to override the time
38#  found in the restart file of SECHIBA with the time
39#  of the first call. That is the restart time of the GCM.
40SECHIBA_reset_time = y
41# default = n
42
43#**************************************************************************
44#          Files : incoming / forcing / restart /output
45#**************************************************************************
46# Ancillary files :
47#---------------------------------------------------------------------
48
49# Name of file from which the vegetation map is to be read
50# If !IMPOSE_VEG
51# If LAND_USE
52#   default = pft_new.nc
53#   The name of the file to be opened to read a vegetation
54#   map (in pft) is to be given here.
55# If !LAND_USE
56#   default = ../surfmap/carteveg5km.nc
57#   The name of the file to be opened to read the vegetation
58#   map is to be given here. Usualy SECHIBA runs with a 5kmx5km
59#   map which is derived from the IGBP one. We assume that we have
60#   a classification in 87 types. This is Olson modified by Viovy.
61VEGETATION_FILE = PFTmap.nc
62
63
64# Name of file from which the bare soil albedo
65# If !IMPOSE_AZE
66# The name of the file to be opened to read the soil types from
67#  which we derive then the bare soil albedos. This file is 1x1
68#  deg and based on the soil colors defined by Wilson and Henderson-Seller.
69SOILALB_FILE = soils_param.nc
70# default = ../surfmap/soils_param.nc
71
72# Name of file from which soil types are read
73# If !IMPOSE_VEG
74# The name of the file to be opened to read the soil types.
75#  The data from this file is then interpolated to the grid of
76#  of the model. The aim is to get fractions for sand loam and
77#  clay in each grid box. This information is used for soil hydrology
78#  and respiration.
79SOILTYPE_FILE = soils_param.nc
80# default = ../surfmap/soils_param.nc
81
82# Name of file from which the reference
83# The name of the file to be opened to read
84#  temperature is read
85#  the reference surface temperature.
86#  The data from this file is then interpolated
87#  to the grid of the model.
88#  The aim is to get a reference temperature either
89#  to initialize the corresponding prognostic model
90#  variable correctly (ok_dgvm = TRUE) or to impose it
91#  as boundary condition (ok_dgvm = FALSE)
92REFTEMP_FILE = reftemp.nc
93# default = reftemp.nc
94
95# Input and output restart file for SECHIBA :
96#---------------------------------------------------------------------
97
98# Name of restart to READ for initial conditions
99# This is the name of the file which will be opened
100#  to extract the initial values of all prognostic
101#  values of the model. This has to be a netCDF file.
102#  Not truly COADS compliant. NONE will mean that
103#  no restart file is to be expected.
104SECHIBA_restart_in = NONE
105# default = NONE
106
107# Name of restart files to be created by SECHIBA
108# This variable give the name for the restart files.
109#  The restart software within IOIPSL will add .nc if needed.
110SECHIBA_rest_out = sechiba_rest_out.nc
111# default = sechiba_rest_out.nc
112
113# Input and output restart file for STOMATE :
114#---------------------------------------------------------------------
115
116# Name of restart to READ for initial conditions of STOMATE
117# If STOMATE_OK_STOMATE || STOMATE_WATCHOUT
118# This is the name of the file which will be opened of STOMATE
119#   to extract the initial values of all prognostic values of STOMATE.
120STOMATE_RESTART_FILEIN = NONE
121# default = NONE
122
123# Name of restart files to be created by STOMATE
124# If STOMATE_OK_STOMATE || STOMATE_WATCHOUT
125# This is the name of the file which will be opened
126#        to write the final values of all prognostic values
127#        of STOMATE.
128STOMATE_RESTART_FILEOUT = stomate_rest_out.nc
129# default = stomate_restart.nc
130
131# Forcing files for TESTSTOMATE and FORCESOIL
132#---------------------------------------------------------------------
133
134# Name of STOMATE's forcing file
135# Name that will be given to STOMATE's offline forcing file
136#STOMATE_FORCING_NAME = stomate_forcing.nc
137#default = NONE
138
139# Size of STOMATE forcing data in memory (MB)
140# This variable determines how many
141#  forcing states will be kept in memory.
142#  Must be a compromise between memory
143#  use and frequeny of disk access.
144STOMATE_FORCING_MEMSIZE = 50
145# default = 50
146
147# Name of STOMATE's carbon forcing file
148# Name that will be given to STOMATE's carbon offline forcing file
149#STOMATE_CFORCING_NAME = stomate_Cforcing.nc
150# default = NONE
151
152
153# Produced forcing file name (SECHIBA puis STOMATE) :
154#---------------------------------------------------------------------
155
156# ORCHIDEE will write out its forcing to a file
157# This flag allows to write to a file all the variables
158#  which are used to force the land-surface. The file
159#  has exactly the same format than a normal off-line forcing
160#  and thus this forcing can be used for forcing ORCHIDEE.
161#ORCHIDEE_WATCHOUT = y
162# default = n
163
164# Filenane for the ORCHIDEE forcing file
165# If ORCHIDEE_WATCHOUT
166# This is the name of the file in which the
167#  forcing used here will be written for later use.
168WATCHOUT_FILE = orchidee_watchout.nc
169# default = orchidee_watchout.nc
170
171# ORCHIDEE will write out with this frequency
172# If ORCHIDEE_WATCHOUT
173# This flag indicates the frequency of the write of the variables.
174DT_WATCHOUT = 1800
175# default = dt
176
177# STOMATE does minimum service
178# set to TRUE if you want STOMATE to read
179#  and write its start files and keep track
180#  of longer-term biometeorological variables.
181#  This is useful if OK_STOMATE is not set,
182#  but if you intend to activate STOMATE later.
183#  In that case, this run can serve as a
184#  spinup for longer-term biometeorological
185#  variables.
186#STOMATE_WATCHOUT = y
187# default = n
188
189# Output file name (SECHIBA and STOMATE) :
190#---------------------------------------------------------------------
191# Name of file in which the output is going
192# This file is going to be created by the model
193#  to be written
194#  and will contain the output from the model.
195#  This file is a truly COADS compliant netCDF file.
196#  It will be generated by the hist software from
197#  the IOIPSL package.
198OUTPUT_FILE = sechiba_history.nc
199# default = cabauw_out.nc
200
201# Flag to switch on histfile 2 for SECHIBA (hi-frequency ?)
202# This Flag switch on the second SECHIBA writing for hi (or low)
203#  frequency writing. This second output is optional and not written
204#  by default.
205SECHIBA_HISTFILE2 = FALSE
206# default  = FALSE
207
208# Name of file in which the output number 2 is going
209#   to be written
210# If SECHIBA_HISTFILE2
211# This file is going to be created by the model
212#   and will contain the output 2 from the model.
213SECHIBA_OUTPUT_FILE2 = sechiba_out_2.nc
214# default  = sechiba_out_2.nc
215
216# Name of file in which STOMATE's output is going to be written
217# This file is going to be created by the model
218#  and will contain the output from the model.
219#  This file is a truly COADS compliant netCDF file.
220#  It will be generated by the hist software from
221#  the IOIPSL package.
222STOMATE_OUTPUT_FILE = stomate_history.nc
223# default = stomate_history.nc
224
225# Write levels for outputs files (number of variables) :
226#---------------------------------------------------------------------
227
228# SECHIBA history output level (0..10)
229# Chooses the list of variables in the history file.
230#  Values between 0: nothing is written; 10: everything is
231#  written are available More details can be found on the web under documentation.
232#  web under documentation.
233SECHIBA_HISTLEVEL = 5
234# default = 5
235
236# SECHIBA history 2 output level (0..10)
237# If SECHIBA_HISTFILE2
238# Chooses the list of variables in the history file.
239#   Values between 0: nothing is written; 10: everything is
240#   written are available More details can be found on the web under documentation.
241#   web under documentation.
242# First level contains all ORCHIDEE outputs.
243SECHIBA_HISTLEVEL2 = 1
244# default = 1
245
246# STOMATE history output level (0..10)
247#  0: nothing is written; 10: everything is written
248STOMATE_HISTLEVEL = 10
249# default = 10
250
251#--------------------------------------------------------------------
252# STOMATE_IPCC_OUTPUT_FILE
253# This file is going to be created by the model
254#    and will contain the output from the model.
255#    This file is a truly COADS compliant netCDF file.
256#    It will be generated by the hist software from
257#    the IOIPSL package.
258# Name of file in which STOMATE's output is going
259# to be written
260STOMATE_IPCC_OUTPUT_FILE = stomate_ipcc_history.nc
261# default = stomate_ipcc_history.nc
262
263# STOMATE_IPCC_HIST_DT
264# Time step of the STOMATE IPCC history file
265# STOMATE IPCC history time step (d)
266STOMATE_IPCC_HIST_DT = -1
267# default = 0.
268
269# Write frequency for output files (SECHIBA in seconds et
270# STOMATE in days) :
271#---------------------------------------------------------------------
272# Frequency in seconds at which to WRITE output
273# This variables gives the frequency the output of
274#  the model should be written into the netCDF file.
275#  It does not affect the frequency at which the
276#  operations such as averaging are done.
277WRITE_STEP = 86400.0
278# default = 86400.0
279
280# Frequency in seconds at which to WRITE output
281# If SECHIBA_HISTFILE2
282# This variables gives the frequency the output 2 of
283#   the model should be written into the netCDF file.
284#   It does not affect the frequency at which the
285#   operations such as averaging are done.
286#   That is IF the coding of the calls to histdef
287#   are correct !
288WRITE_STEP2 = 1800.0
289# default = 1800.0
290
291# STOMATE history time step (d)
292# Time step of the STOMATE history file
293# Care : this variable must be higher than DT_SLOW
294STOMATE_HIST_DT = 10.
295# default = 10.
296
297#---------------------------------------------------------------------
298# FORCESOIL CARBON spin up parametrization
299#---------------------------------------------------------------------
300
301# Number of time steps per year for carbon spinup.
302FORCESOIL_STEP_PER_YEAR = 12
303# default = 12
304
305# Number of years saved for carbon spinup.
306FORCESOIL_NB_YEAR = 1
307# default = 1
308
309#---------------------------------------------------------------------
310# Parametrization :
311#---------------------------------------------------------------------
312
313# Activate STOMATE?
314# set to TRUE if STOMATE is to be activated
315STOMATE_OK_STOMATE = n
316# default = n
317
318# Activate DGVM?
319# set to TRUE if Dynamic Vegetation DGVM is to be activated
320STOMATE_OK_DGVM = n
321# default = n
322
323# Activate CO2?
324# set to TRUE if photosynthesis is to be activated
325STOMATE_OK_CO2 = y
326# default = n
327
328# Flag to force the value of atmospheric CO2 for vegetation.
329# If this flag is set to true, the ATM_CO2 parameter is used
330#  to prescribe the atmospheric CO2.
331# This Flag is only use in couple mode.
332FORCE_CO2_VEG = FALSE
333# default = FALSE
334
335# Value for atm CO2.
336# If FORCE_CO2_VEG (in not forced mode)
337# Value to prescribe the atm CO2.
338#  For pre-industrial simulations, the value is 286.2 .
339#  348. for 1990 year.
340ATM_CO2 = 350.
341# default = 350.
342
343# constant tree mortality
344# If yes, then a constant mortality is applied to trees.
345#  Otherwise, mortality is a function of the trees'
346#  vigour (as in LPJ).
347LPJ_GAP_CONST_MORT = y
348# default = y
349
350# no fire allowed
351# With this variable, you can allow or not
352#  the estimation of CO2 lost by fire
353FIRE_DISABLE = n
354# default = n
355
356# Average method for z0
357# If this flag is set to true (y) then the neutral Cdrag
358#  is averaged instead of the log(z0). This should be
359#  the prefered option. We still wish to keep the other
360#  option so we can come back if needed. If this is
361#  desired then one should set Z0CDRAG_AVE = n
362Z0CDRAG_AVE = y
363# default = y
364
365# parameters describing the surface (vegetation + soil) :
366#---------------------------------------------------------------------
367#
368# Should the vegetation be prescribed
369# This flag allows the user to impose a vegetation distribution
370#  and its characterisitcs. It is espacially interesting for 0D
371#  simulations. On the globe it does not make too much sense as
372#  it imposes the same vegetation everywhere
373IMPOSE_VEG = n
374# default = n
375
376# Flag to use old "interpolation" of vegetation map.
377# IF NOT IMPOSE_VEG and NOT LAND_USE
378#  If you want to recover the old (ie orchidee_1_2 branch)
379#   "interpolation" of vegetation map.
380SLOWPROC_VEGET_OLD_INTERPOL = n
381# default = n
382
383# Vegetation distribution within the mesh (0-dim mode)
384# If IMPOSE_VEG
385# The fraction of vegetation is read from the restart file. If
386#  it is not found there we will use the values provided here.
387SECHIBA_VEG__01 = 0.2
388SECHIBA_VEG__02 = 0.0
389SECHIBA_VEG__03 = 0.0
390SECHIBA_VEG__04 = 0.0
391SECHIBA_VEG__05 = 0.0
392SECHIBA_VEG__06 = 0.0
393SECHIBA_VEG__07 = 0.0
394SECHIBA_VEG__08 = 0.0
395SECHIBA_VEG__09 = 0.0
396SECHIBA_VEG__10 = 0.8
397SECHIBA_VEG__11 = 0.0
398SECHIBA_VEG__12 = 0.0
399SECHIBA_VEG__13 = 0.0
400# default = 0.2, 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 0.8, 0.0, 0.0, 0.0
401
402# Maximum vegetation distribution within the mesh (0-dim mode)
403# If IMPOSE_VEG
404# The fraction of vegetation is read from the restart file. If
405#  it is not found there we will use the values provided here.
406SECHIBA_VEGMAX__01 = 0.2
407SECHIBA_VEGMAX__02 = 0.0
408SECHIBA_VEGMAX__03 = 0.0
409SECHIBA_VEGMAX__04 = 0.0
410SECHIBA_VEGMAX__05 = 0.0
411SECHIBA_VEGMAX__06 = 0.0
412SECHIBA_VEGMAX__07 = 0.0
413SECHIBA_VEGMAX__08 = 0.0
414SECHIBA_VEGMAX__09 = 0.0
415SECHIBA_VEGMAX__10 = 0.8
416SECHIBA_VEGMAX__11 = 0.0
417SECHIBA_VEGMAX__12 = 0.0
418SECHIBA_VEGMAX__13 = 0.0
419# default = 0.2, 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 0.8, 0.0, 0.0, 0.0
420
421# LAI for all vegetation types (0-dim mode)
422# If IMPOSE_VEG
423# The maximum LAI used in the 0dim mode. The values should be found
424#  in the restart file. The new values of LAI will be computed anyway
425#  at the end of the current day. The need for this variable is caused
426#  by the fact that the model may stop during a day and thus we have not
427#  yet been through the routines which compute the new surface conditions.
428SECHIBA_LAI__01 = 0.
429SECHIBA_LAI__02 = 8.
430SECHIBA_LAI__03 = 8.
431SECHIBA_LAI__04 = 4.
432SECHIBA_LAI__05 = 4.5
433SECHIBA_LAI__06 = 4.5
434SECHIBA_LAI__07 = 4.
435SECHIBA_LAI__08 = 4.5
436SECHIBA_LAI__09 = 4.
437SECHIBA_LAI__10 = 2.
438SECHIBA_LAI__11 = 2.
439SECHIBA_LAI__12 = 2.
440SECHIBA_LAI__13 = 2.
441# default = 0., 8., 8., 4., 4.5, 4.5, 4., 4.5, 4., 2., 2., 2., 2.
442
443# Height for all vegetation types (m)
444# If IMPOSE_VEG
445# The height used in the 0dim mode. The values should be found
446#  in the restart file. The new values of height will be computed anyway
447#  at the end of the current day. The need for this variable is caused
448#  by the fact that the model may stop during a day and thus we have not
449#  yet been through the routines which compute the new surface conditions.
450SLOWPROC_HEIGHT__01 = 0.
451SLOWPROC_HEIGHT__02 = 50.
452SLOWPROC_HEIGHT__03 = 50.
453SLOWPROC_HEIGHT__04 = 30.
454SLOWPROC_HEIGHT__05 = 30.
455SLOWPROC_HEIGHT__06 = 30.
456SLOWPROC_HEIGHT__07 = 20.
457SLOWPROC_HEIGHT__08 = 20.
458SLOWPROC_HEIGHT__09 = 20.
459SLOWPROC_HEIGHT__10 = .2
460SLOWPROC_HEIGHT__11 = .2
461SLOWPROC_HEIGHT__12 = .4
462SLOWPROC_HEIGHT__13 = .4
463# default = 0., 30., 30., 20., 20., 20., 15., 15., 15., .5, .6, 1.0, 1.0
464
465
466# Fraction of the 3 soil types (0-dim mode)
467# If IMPOSE_VEG
468# Determines the fraction for the 3 soil types
469#  in the mesh in the following order : sand loam and clay.
470SOIL_FRACTIONS__01 = 0.28
471SOIL_FRACTIONS__02 = 0.52
472SOIL_FRACTIONS__03 = 0.20
473# default = 0.28, 0.52, 0.20
474
475# Fraction of other surface types within the mesh (0-dim mode)
476# If IMPOSE_VEG
477# The fraction of ice, lakes, etc. is read from the restart file. If
478#  it is not found there we will use the values provided here.
479#  For the moment, there is only ice.
480SECHIBA_FRAC_NOBIO = 0.0
481# default = 0.0
482
483# Fraction of the clay fraction (0-dim mode)
484# If IMPOSE_VEG
485# Determines the fraction of clay in the grid box.
486CLAY_FRACTION = 0.2
487# default = 0.2
488
489# Should the surface parameters be prescribed
490# This flag allows the user to impose the surface parameters
491#  (Albedo Roughness and Emissivity). It is espacially interesting for 0D
492#  simulations. On the globe it does not make too much sense as
493#  it imposes the same vegetation everywhere
494IMPOSE_AZE = n
495# default = n
496
497# Emissivity of the surface for LW radiation
498# If IMPOSE_AZE
499# The surface emissivity used for compution the LE emission
500#  of the surface in a 0-dim version. Values range between
501#  0.97 and 1.. The GCM uses 0.98.
502CONDVEG_EMIS = 1.0
503# default = 1.0
504
505# SW visible albedo for the surface
506# If IMPOSE_AZE
507# Surface albedo in visible wavelengths to be used
508#  on the point if a 0-dim version of SECHIBA is used.
509#  Look at the description of the forcing data for
510#  the correct value.
511CONDVEG_ALBVIS = 0.25
512# default = 0.25
513
514# SW near infrared albedo for the surface
515# If IMPOSE_AZE
516# Surface albedo in near infrared wavelengths to be used
517#  on the point if a 0-dim version of SECHIBA is used.
518#  Look at the description of the forcing data for
519#  the correct value.
520CONDVEG_ALBNIR = 0.25
521# default = 0.25
522
523# Surface roughness (m)
524# If IMPOSE_AZE
525# Surface rougness to be used on the point if a 0-dim version
526#  of SECHIBA is used. Look at the description of the forcing 
527#  data for the correct value.
528CONDVEG_Z0 = 0.15
529# default = 0.15_stnd
530
531# Height to be added to the height of the first level (m)
532# If IMPOSE_AZE
533# ORCHIDEE assumes that the atmospheric level height is counted
534#  from the zero wind level. Thus to take into account the roughness
535#  of tall vegetation we need to correct this by a certain fraction
536#  of the vegetation height. This is called the roughness height in
537#  ORCHIDEE talk.
538ROUGHHEIGHT = 0.0
539# default = 0.0
540
541# The snow albedo used by SECHIBA
542# This option allows the user to impose a snow albedo.
543#  Default behaviour is to use the model of snow albedo
544#  developed by Chalita (1993).
545CONDVEG_SNOWA = default
546# default = use the model of snow albedo developed by Chalita
547
548# Switch bare soil albedo dependent (if TRUE) on soil wetness
549# If TRUE, the model for bare soil albedo is the old formulation.
550#  Then it depend on the soil dry or wetness. If FALSE, it is the
551#  new computation that is taken, it is only function of soil color.
552ALB_BARE_MODEL = FALSE
553# default = FALSE
554
555# Initial snow mass if not found in restart
556# The initial value of snow mass if its value is not found
557#   in the restart file. This should only be used if the model is
558#   started without a restart file.
559HYDROL_SNOW = 0.0
560# default = 0.0
561
562
563# Initial snow age if not found in restart
564# The initial value of snow age if its value is not found
565#  in the restart file. This should only be used if the model is
566#  started without a restart file.
567HYDROL_SNOWAGE = 0.0
568# default = 0.0
569
570# Initial snow amount on ice, lakes, etc. if not found in restart
571# The initial value of snow if its value is not found
572#  in the restart file. This should only be used if the model is
573#  started without a restart file.
574HYDROL_SNOW_NOBIO = 0.0
575# default = 0.0
576
577# Initial snow age on ice, lakes, etc. if not found in restart
578# The initial value of snow age if its value is not found
579#  in the restart file. This should only be used if the model is
580#  started without a restart file.
581HYDROL_SNOW_NOBIO_AGE = 0.0
582# default = 0.0
583
584# Initial soil moisture stress if not found in restart
585# The initial value of soil moisture stress if its value is not found
586#  in the restart file. This should only be used if the model is
587#  started without a restart file.
588HYDROL_HUMR = 1.0
589# default = 1.0
590
591# Total depth of soil reservoir
592HYDROL_SOIL_DEPTH = 4.
593# default = 2.
594
595# Root profile
596# Default values were defined for 2 meters soil depth.
597# For 4 meters soil depth, you may use those ones :
598# 5., .4, .4, 1., .8, .8, 1., 1., .8, 4., 1., 4., 1.
599HYDROL_HUMCSTE = 5., .4, .4, 1., .8, .8, 1., 1., .8, 4., 1., 4., 1.
600# default =  5., .8, .8, 1., .8, .8, 1., 1., .8, 4., 4., 4., 4.
601
602# Initial restart deep soil moisture if not found in restart
603# The initial value of deep soil moisture if its value is not found
604#  in the restart file. This should only be used if the model is
605#  started without a restart file. Default behaviour is a saturated soil.
606HYDROL_BQSB = default
607# default = Maximum quantity of water (Kg/M3) * Total depth of soil reservoir = 150. * 2
608
609# Initial upper soil moisture if not found in restart
610# The initial value of upper soil moisture if its value is not found
611#  in the restart file. This should only be used if the model is
612#  started without a restart file.
613HYDROL_GQSB = 0.0
614# default = 0.0
615
616# Initial upper reservoir depth if not found in restart
617# The initial value of upper reservoir depth if its value is not found
618#  in the restart file. This should only be used if the model is
619#  started without a restart file.
620HYDROL_DSG = 0.0
621# default = 0.0
622
623# Initial dry soil above upper reservoir if not found in restart
624# The initial value of dry soil above upper reservoir if its value
625#  in the restart file. This should only be used if the model is
626#  started without a restart file. The default behaviour
627#  is to compute it from the variables above. Should be OK most of
628#  the time.
629HYDROL_DSP = default
630# default = Total depth of soil reservoir - HYDROL_BQSB / Maximum quantity of water (Kg/M3) = 0.0
631
632# Initial water on canopy if not found in restart
633# The initial value of moisture on canopy if its value
634#  in the restart file. This should only be used if the model is
635#  started without a restart file.
636HYDROL_QSV = 0.0
637# default = 0.0
638
639# Soil moisture on each soil tile and levels
640# The initial value of mc if its value is not found
641#  in the restart file. This should only be used if the model is
642#  started without a restart file.
643HYDROL_MOISTURE_CONTENT = 0.3
644# default = 0.3
645
646# US_NVM_NSTM_NSLM
647# The initial value of us (relative moisture) if its value is not found
648#  in the restart file. This should only be used if the model is
649#  started without a restart file.
650US_INIT = 0.0
651# default = 0.0
652
653# Coefficient for free drainage at bottom
654# The initial value of free drainage if its value is not found
655#  in the restart file. This should only be used if the model is
656#  started without a restart file.
657FREE_DRAIN_COEF = 1.0, 1.0, 1.0
658# default = 1.0, 1.0, 1.0
659
660# Bare soil evap on each soil if not found in restart
661# The initial value of bare soils evap if its value is not found
662#  in the restart file. This should only be used if the model is
663#  started without a restart file.
664EVAPNU_SOIL = 0.0
665# default = 0.0
666
667# Initial temperature if not found in restart
668# The initial value of surface temperature if its value is not found
669#  in the restart file. This should only be used if the model is
670#  started without a restart file.
671ENERBIL_TSURF = 280.
672# default = 280.
673
674# Initial Soil Potential Evaporation
675# The initial value of soil potential evaporation if its value
676#  is not found in the restart file. This should only be used if
677#  the model is started without a restart file.
678ENERBIL_EVAPOT = 0.0
679# default = 0.0
680
681# Initial soil temperature profile if not found in restart
682# The initial value of the temperature profile in the soil if
683#   its value is not found in the restart file. This should only
684#   be used if the model is started without a restart file. Here
685#   we only require one value as we will assume a constant
686#   throughout the column.
687THERMOSOIL_TPRO = 280.
688# default = 280.
689
690# Initial leaf CO2 level if not found in restart
691# The initial value of leaf_ci if its value is not found
692#  in the restart file. This should only be used if the model is
693#  started without a restart file.
694DIFFUCO_LEAFCI = 233.
695# default = 233.
696
697
698# Keep cdrag coefficient from gcm.
699# Set to .TRUE. if you want q_cdrag coming from GCM.
700#  Keep cdrag coefficient from gcm for latent and sensible heat fluxes.
701#  TRUE if q_cdrag on initialization is non zero (FALSE for off-line runs).
702CDRAG_FROM_GCM = y
703# default =  IF q_cdrag == 0 ldq_cdrag_from_gcm = .FALSE. ELSE .TRUE.
704
705
706# Artificial parameter to increase or decrease canopy resistance
707# Add from Nathalie - the 28 of March 2006 - advice from Fred Hourdin
708# By PFT.
709RVEG_PFT = 1., 1., 1., 1., 1., 1., 1., 1., 1., 1., 1., 1., 1.
710# default = 1.
711
712
713# Interception reservoir coefficient.
714# Transforms leaf area index into size of interception reservoir
715#  for slowproc_derivvar or stomate.
716SECHIBA_QSINT = 0.02
717# default = 0.1
718
719#**************************************************************************
720# LAND_USE
721#**************************************************************************
722
723# Read a land_use vegetation map
724# pft values are needed, max time axis is 293
725LAND_USE = y
726# default = n
727
728# Year of the land_use vegetation map readed
729# year off the pft map
730# If LAND_USE (11 = 1860 - 1850 +1 for PFTmap.20C3M.nc, 1 for PFTmap_IPCC_2000.nc)
731VEGET_YEAR = 1
732# default = 282
733
734# booleen to indicate that a new LAND USE file will be used (since 1.9.5 version).
735# The parameter is used to bypass veget_year count
736# and reinitialize it with VEGET_YEAR parameter.
737# Then it is possible to change LAND USE file.
738# If LAND_USE
739VEGET_REINIT = n
740# default = n
741
742# Update vegetation frequency (since 2.0 version)
743# The veget datas will be update each this time step.
744# If LAND_USE
745VEGET_UPDATE = XY
746# default = 1Y
747
748# treat land use modifications
749# With this variable, you can use a Land Use map
750# to simulate anthropic modifications such as   
751# deforestation.                               
752# If LAND_USE
753LAND_COVER_CHANGE = x
754# default = y
755
756#**************************************************************************
757
758# agriculture allowed?
759# With this variable, you can determine
760#  whether agriculture is allowed
761AGRICULTURE = y
762# default = y
763
764# Harvert model for agricol PFTs.
765# Compute harvest above ground biomass for agriculture.
766# Change daily turnover.
767HARVEST_AGRI = y
768# default = y
769
770# herbivores allowed?
771# With this variable, you can activate herbivores
772HERBIVORES = n
773# default = n
774
775# treat expansion of PFTs across a grid cell?
776# With this variable, you can determine
777#  whether we treat expansion of PFTs across a
778#  grid cell.
779TREAT_EXPANSION = n
780# default = n
781
782#**************************************************************************
783
784# Time within the day simulated
785# This is the time spent simulating the current day. This variable is
786#  prognostic as it will trigger all the computations which are
787#  only done once a day.
788SECHIBA_DAY = 0.0
789# default = 0.0
790
791# Time step of STOMATE and other slow processes
792# Time step (s) of regular update of vegetation
793#  cover, LAI etc. This is also the time step
794#  of STOMATE.
795DT_SLOW = 86400.
796# default = un_jour = 86400.
797
798#**************************************************************************
799
800# Allows to switch on the multilayer hydrology of CWRR
801# This flag allows the user to decide if the vertical
802#  hydrology should be treated using the multi-layer
803#  diffusion scheme adapted from CWRR by Patricia de Rosnay.
804#  by default the Choisnel hydrology is used.
805HYDROL_CWRR = n
806# default = n
807
808# do horizontal diffusion?
809# If TRUE, then water can diffuse horizontally between
810#  the PFTs' water reservoirs.
811HYDROL_OK_HDIFF = n
812# default = n
813 
814
815# time scale (s) for horizontal diffusion of water
816# If HYDROL_OK_HDIFF
817# Defines how fast diffusion occurs horizontally between
818#  the individual PFTs' water reservoirs. If infinite, no
819#  diffusion.
820HYDROL_TAU_HDIFF = 1800.
821# default = 86400.
822
823# Percent by PFT of precip that is not intercepted by the canopy (since TAG 1.8).
824# During one rainfall event, PERCENT_THROUGHFALL_PFT% of the incident rainfall
825#  will get directly to the ground without being intercepted, for each PFT..
826PERCENT_THROUGHFALL_PFT = 30., 30., 30., 30., 30., 30., 30., 30., 30., 30., 30., 30., 30.
827# default = 30., 30., 30., 30., 30., 30., 30., 30., 30., 30., 30., 30., 30.
828
829# Decides if we route the water or not
830# This flag allows the user to decide if the runoff
831#  and drainage should be routed to the ocean
832#  and to downstream grid boxes.
833RIVER_ROUTING = y
834# default = n
835
836# Name of file which contains the routing information
837# The file provided here should allow the routing module to
838#  read the high resolution grid of basins and the flow direction
839#  from one mesh to the other.
840ROUTING_FILE = routing.nc
841# default = routing.nc
842
843# Time step of the routing scheme
844# If RIVER_ROUTING
845# This values gives the time step in seconds of the routing scheme.
846#   It should be multiple of the main time step of ORCHIDEE. One day
847#   is a good value.
848ROUTING_TIMESTEP = 86400
849# default = 86400
850
851# Number of rivers
852# If RIVER_ROUTING
853# This parameter chooses the number of largest river basins
854#  which should be treated as independently as rivers and not
855#  flow into the oceans as diffusion coastal flow.
856ROUTING_RIVERS = 50
857# default = 50
858
859# Should we compute an irrigation flux
860# This parameters allows the user to ask the model
861#  to compute an irigation flux. This performed for the
862#  on very simple hypothesis. The idea is to have a good
863#  map of irrigated areas and a simple function which estimates
864#  the need to irrigate.
865DO_IRRIGATION = n
866# default = n
867
868# Name of file which contains the map of irrigated areas
869# If IRRIGATE
870# The name of the file to be opened to read the field
871#  with the area in m^2 of the area irrigated within each
872#  0.5 0.5 deg grid box. The map currently used is the one
873#  developed by the Center for Environmental Systems Research
874#  in Kassel (1995).
875IRRIGATION_FILE = irrigated.nc
876# default = irrigated.nc
877
878# Should we include floodplains
879# This parameters allows the user to ask the model
880#  to take into account the flood plains and return
881#  the water into the soil moisture. It then can go
882#  back to the atmopshere. This tried to simulate
883#  internal deltas of rivers.
884DO_FLOODPLAINS = n
885# default = n
886
887#**************************************************************************
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