Changes between Version 23 and Version 24 of Documentation/OrchideeParameters


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11/17/15 18:39:55 (5 years ago)
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    6 Here is given the list of all the parameters of the trunk rev 2692 are their description and default values :  
     6Here is given the list of all the parameters of the trunk rev 3025 are their description and default values :  
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    88 || Config Key|| Config Def || Config Units || Config Desc || Config Help || Config If || 
     
    3636 ||  b1  ||  undef, 0.14, 0.14, 0.14, 0.14, 0.14, 0.14, 0.14, 0.14, 0.14, 0.20, 0.14, 0.20  ||  [-]  ||  Empirical factor involved in the calculation of fvpd  ||  See Table 2 of Yin et al. (2009)  ||  OK_CO2 ||  
    3737 ||  BCFRAC_COEFF  ||  0.3, 1.3, 88.2   ||  [-]    ||    ||    ||  OK_STOMATE  ||  
     38 ||  BEDROCK_FLAG  ||  0  ||  [FLAG]  ||  Flag to consider bedrock at deeper layers.  ||  0, no, 1, yes.   ||   ||  
    3839 ||  BM_SAPL_CARBRES   ||  5.   ||  [-]     ||    ||    ||  OK_STOMATE  ||  
    3940 ||  BM_SAPL_HEARTABOVE   ||  2.  ||  [-]      ||    ||    ||  OK_STOMATE  ||  
     
    4546 ||  bSJ  ||  undef, -0.75, -0.75, -0.75, -0.75, -0.75, -0.75, -0.75, -0.75, -0.75, 0., -0.75, 0.   ||  [J K-1 mol-1 °C-1]  ||  b coefficient of the linear regression (a+bT) defining the Entropy term for Jmax  ||  See Table 3 of Kattge & Knorr (2007) - For C4 plants, we assume that there is no acclimation  ||  OK_CO2 ||  
    4647 ||  bSV  ||  undef, -1.07, -1.07, -1.07, -1.07, -1.07, -1.07, -1.07, -1.07, -1.07, 0., -1.07, 0.   ||  [J K-1 mol-1 °C-1]  ||  b coefficient of the linear regression (a+bT) defining the Entropy term for Vcmax  ||  See Table 3 of Kattge & Knorr (2007) - For C4 plants, we assume that there is no acclimation  ||  OK_CO2 ||  
    47  ||  CANOPY_EXTINCTION   ||  n  ||  [FLAG]  ||  Use canopy radiative transfer model?  ||  set to TRUE if canopy radiative transfer model is used for biogenic emissions   ||  DIFFUCO_OK_INCA  ||  
     48 ||  CANOPY_EXTINCTION   ||  n  ||  [FLAG]  ||  Use canopy radiative transfer model?  ||  set to TRUE if canopy radiative transfer model is used for biogenic emissions   ||  CHEMISTRY_BVOC  ||  
    4849 ||  CANOPY_MULTILAYER  ||  n  ||  [FLAG]  ||  Use canopy radiative transfer model with multi-layers  ||  set to TRUE if canopy radiative transfer model is with multiple layers   ||  CANOPY_EXTINCTION  ||  
    4950 ||  CARBON_TAU_IACTIVE  ||  0.149  ||   [days]   ||  residence times in carbon pools  ||   ||  OK_STOMATE  ||  
     
    5657 ||  CHECK_CWRR  ||  n  ||  [FLAG]  ||  Should we check detailed CWRR water balance ?  ||  This parameters allows the user to check the detailed water balance in each time step  of CWRR.   ||  HYDROL_CWRR ||  
    5758 ||  CHECK_WATERBAL  ||  n  ||  [FLAG]    ||  Should we check the global water balance   ||  This parameters allows the user to check the integrated water balance at the end  of each time step   ||  OK_SECHIBA ||  
     59 ||  CHEMISTRY_BVOC  ||  n  ||  [FLAG]  ||  Activate calculations for BVOC  ||  set to TRUE if biogenic emissions calculation is to be activated  ||  OK_SECHIBA ||  
     60 ||  CHEMISTRY_LEAFAGE  ||  n  ||  [FLAG]  ||  Activate LEAFAGE?  ||  set to TRUE if biogenic emissions calculation takes leaf age into account  ||  CHEMISTRY_BVOC ||  
    5861 ||  CHOISNEL_DIFF_EXP  ||  1.5  ||  [-]  ||  The exponential in the diffusion law  ||    ||  OK_SECHIBA and .NOT.(HYDROL_CWRR) ||  
    5962 ||  CHOISNEL_DIFF_MAX  ||  0.1  ||  [kg/m^2/dt]  ||  Diffusion constant for the fast regime  ||    ||  OK_SECHIBA and .NOT.(HYDROL_CWRR) ||  
     
    9295 ||  DEFC_PLUS  ||  23.E-3  ||  [K.W^{-1}]   ||  Constant in the computation of surface resistance    ||    ||  OK_SECHIBA ||  
    9396 ||  DEMI_ALLOC   ||  undef, 5., 5., 5., 5., 5., 5., 5., 5., undef, undef, undef, undef  ||  [-]  ||  mean allocation above/below   ||   ||  OK_STOMATE ||  
     97 ||  DEPTH_CSTTHICK  ||  DEPTH_MAX_H   ||  m  ||  Depth at which constant layer thickness start  ||  Depth at which constant layer thickness start (smaller than zmaxh/2)  ||   ||  
     98 ||  DEPTH_GEOM  ||  DEPTH_MAX_H   ||  m  ||  Depth at which we resume geometrical increases for temperature  ||  Depth at which the thickness increases again for temperature.  ||   ||  
     99 ||  DEPTH_MAX_H  ||  2.0 or 4.0 depending on hydrol_cwrr  ||  m  ||  Maximum depth of soil moisture  ||  Maximum depth of soil for soil moisture (CWRR).  ||   ||  
     100 ||  DEPTH_MAX_T  ||  10.0  ||  m  ||  Maximum depth of the soil thermodynamics  ||  Maximum depth of soil for temperature.  ||   ||  
     101 ||  DEPTH_TOPTHICK  ||  9.77517107e-04  ||  m  ||  Thickness of upper most Layer   ||  Thickness of top hydrology layer for soil moisture (CWRR).  ||   ||  
    94102 ||  DEW_VEG_POLY_COEFF  ||  0.887773, 0.205673, 0.110112, 0.014843, 0.000824, 0.000017   ||  [-]     ||  coefficients of the polynome of degree 5 for the dew  ||    ||  OK_SECHIBA ||  
    95103 ||  DIA_COEFF  ||  4., 0.5  ||  [-]     ||    ||    ||  OK_STOMATE  ||  
    96104 ||  DIFFUCO_LEAFCI  ||  233.  ||  [ppm]  ||  Initial leaf CO2 level if not found in restart  ||  The initial value of leaf_ci if its value is not found in the restart file. This should only be used if the model is  started without a restart file.   ||  OK_SECHIBA ||  
    97  ||  DIFFUCO_OK_INCA  ||  n  ||  [FLAG]  ||  Activate DIFFUCO_INCA?  ||  set to TRUE if biogenic emissions calculation is to be activated  ||  OK_SECHIBA ||  
    98105 ||  D_Jmax  ||  undef, 200000., 200000., 200000., 200000., 200000., 200000., 200000., 200000., 200000., 192000., 200000., 192000.  ||  [J mol-1]  ||  Energy of deactivation for Jmax  ||  See Table 2 of Yin et al. (2009)  ||  OK_CO2 ||  
    99106 ||  DO_FLOODINFILT  ||  n  ||  [FLAG]  ||  Should floodplains reinfiltrate into the soil   ||  This parameters allows the user to ask the model to take into account the flood plains reinfiltration  into the soil moisture. It then can go  back to the slow and fast reservoirs   ||  RIVER_ROUTING ||  
     
    103110 ||  DO_PONDS  ||  n  ||  [FLAG]  ||  Should we include ponds   ||  This parameters allows the user to ask the model to take into account the ponds and return  the water into the soil moisture. It then can go  back to the atmopshere. This tried to simulate  little ponds especially in West Africa.   ||  RIVER_ROUTING ||  
    104111 ||  DO_SWAMPS  ||  n  ||  [FLAG]  ||  Should we include swamp parameterization   ||  This parameters allows the user to ask the model to take into account the swamps and return  the water into the bottom of the soil. It then can go  back to the atmopshere. This tried to simulate  internal deltas of rivers.   ||  RIVER_ROUTING ||  
     112 ||  DOWNREG_CO2  ||  0., 0.38, 0.38, 0.28, 0.28, 0.28, 0.22, 0.22, 0.22, 0.26, 0.26, 0.26, 0.26  ||  [-]  ||  coefficient for CO2 downregulation (unitless)  ||   ||  OK_CO2 ||  
    105113 ||  DOWNREGULATION_CO2_BASELEVEL  ||  280.  ||  [ppm]     ||  CO2 base level  ||    ||  OK_SECHIBA  ||  
    106  ||  DOWNREGULATION_CO2_COEFF  ||  0., 0.38, 0.38, 0.28, 0.28, 0.28, 0.22, 0.22, 0.22, 0.26, 0.26, 0.26, 0.26  ||  [-]  ||  coefficient for CO2 downregulation (unitless)  ||   ||  OK_CO2 ||  
    107114 ||  DOWNREGULATION_CO2  ||  n   ||  [FLAG]     ||  Activation of CO2 downregulation  ||    ||  OK_SECHIBA ||  
    108115 ||  DRY_SOIL_HEAT_CAPACITY  ||  1.80e+6  ||  [J.m^{-3}.K^{-1}]   ||  Dry soil Heat capacity of soils  ||  Values taken from : PIELKE,'MESOSCALE METEOROLOGICAL MODELING',P.384.  ||  OK_SECHIBA  ||  
     
    117124 ||  E_KmC  ||  undef,  79430., 79430., 79430., 79430., 79430., 79430., 79430., 79430., 79430., 79430., 79430., 79430.  ||  [J mol-1]  ||  Energy of activation for KmC  ||  See Medlyn et al. (2002)   ||  OK_CO2 ||  
    118125 ||  E_KmO  ||  undef, 36380.,  36380.,  36380.,  36380.,  36380., 36380., 36380., 36380., 36380., 36380., 36380., 36380.  ||  [J mol-1]  ||  Energy of activation for KmO  ||  See Medlyn et al. (2002)   ||  OK_CO2 ||  
    119  ||  EM_FACTOR_ACETAL  ||  0., 0.1, 0.1, 0.3, 0.15, 0.1, 0.3, 0.3, 0.3, 0.1, 0.15, 0.025, 0.025  ||  [ugC/g/h]    ||  Acetaldehyde emissions factor   ||   ||  DIFFUCO_OK_INCA ||  
    120  ||  EM_FACTOR_ACETIC  ||  0., 0.002, 0.002, 0.006, 0.003, 0.002, 0.006, 0.006, 0.006, 0.002, 0.003, 0.0005, 0.0005  ||  [ugC/g/h]    ||  Acetic Acid emissions factor  ||   ||  DIFFUCO_OK_INCA  ||  
    121  ||  EM_FACTOR_ACETONE  ||  0., 0.29, 0.29, 0.87, 0.43, 0.29, 0.87, 0.87, 0.87, 0.29, 0.43, 0.07, 0.07   ||  [ugC/g/h]       ||  Acetone emissions factor  ||   ||  DIFFUCO_OK_INCA  ||  
    122  ||  EM_FACTOR_FORMAL  ||  0., 0.07, 0.07, 0.2, 0.1, 0.07, 0.2, 0.2, 0.2, 0.07, 0.1, 0.017, 0.017  ||  [ugC/g/h]    ||  Formaldehyde emissions factor  ||    ||  DIFFUCO_OK_INCA  ||  
    123  ||  EM_FACTOR_FORMIC  ||  0., 0.01, 0.01, 0.03, 0.015, 0.01, 0.03, 0.03, 0.03, 0.01, 0.015, 0.0025, 0.0025   ||  [ugC/g/h]    ||  Formic Acid emissions factor  ||   ||  DIFFUCO_OK_INCA ||  
    124  ||  EM_FACTOR_ISOPRENE  ||  0., 24., 24., 8., 16., 45., 8., 8., 8., 16., 24., 5., 5.  ||  [ugC/g/h]   ||  Isoprene emission factor  ||   ||  DIFFUCO_OK_INCA ||  
    125  ||  EM_FACTOR_MBO  ||  0., 0., 0., 20.0, 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0.  ||  [ugC/g/h]    ||  MBO emissions factor   ||   ||  DIFFUCO_OK_INCA  ||  
    126  ||  EM_FACTOR_METHANOL  ||  0., 0.6, 0.6, 1.8, 0.9, 0.6, 1.8, 1.8, 1.8, 0.6, 0.9, 2., 2.  ||  [ugC/g/h]    ||  Methanol emissions factor   ||   ||  DIFFUCO_OK_INCA  ||  
    127  ||  EM_FACTOR_MONOTERPENE  ||  0., 0.8, 0.8, 2.4, 1.2, 0.8, 2.4, 2.4, 2.4, 0.8, 1.2, 0.2, 0.2  ||  [ugC/g/h]   ||  Monoterpene emission factor   ||   ||  DIFFUCO_OK_INCA  ||  
    128  ||  EM_FACTOR_NO_DRY  ||  0., 8.60, 0.40, 0.22, 0.22, 0.22, 0.22, 0.22, 0.22, 2.65, 2.65, 2.65, 2.65  ||  [ngN/m^2/s]   ||  NOx emissions factor dry soil emissions and exponential dependancy factor   ||   ||  DIFFUCO_OK_INCA ||  
    129  ||  EM_FACTOR_NO_WET  ||  0., 2.6, 0.06, 0.03, 0.03, 0.03, 0.03, 0.03, 0.03, 0.36, 0.36, 0.36, 0.36  ||  [ngN/m^2/s]  ||  NOx emissions factor wet soil emissions and exponential dependancy factor   ||   ||  DIFFUCO_OK_INCA ||  
    130  ||  EM_FACTOR_ORVOC  ||  0., 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5  ||  [ugC/g/h]    ||  ORVOC emissions factor   ||   ||  DIFFUCO_OK_INCA  ||  
    131  ||  EM_FACTOR_OVOC  ||  0., 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5  ||  [ugC/g/h]          ||  OVOC emissions factor  ||   ||  DIFFUCO_OK_INCA ||  
     126 ||  EM_FACTOR_ACETAL  ||  0., 0.1, 0.1, 0.3, 0.15, 0.1, 0.3, 0.3, 0.3, 0.1, 0.15, 0.025, 0.025  ||  [ugC/g/h]    ||  Acetaldehyde emissions factor   ||   ||  CHEMISTRY_BVOC ||  
     127 ||  EM_FACTOR_ACETIC  ||  0., 0.002, 0.002, 0.006, 0.003, 0.002, 0.006, 0.006, 0.006, 0.002, 0.003, 0.0005, 0.0005  ||  [ugC/g/h]    ||  Acetic Acid emissions factor  ||   ||  CHEMISTRY_BVOC  ||  
     128 ||  EM_FACTOR_ACETONE  ||  0., 0.29, 0.29, 0.87, 0.43, 0.29, 0.87, 0.87, 0.87, 0.29, 0.43, 0.07, 0.07   ||  [ugC/g/h]       ||  Acetone emissions factor  ||   ||  CHEMISTRY_BVOC  ||  
     129 ||  EM_FACTOR_FORMAL  ||  0., 0.07, 0.07, 0.2, 0.1, 0.07, 0.2, 0.2, 0.2, 0.07, 0.1, 0.017, 0.017  ||  [ugC/g/h]    ||  Formaldehyde emissions factor  ||    ||  CHEMISTRY_BVOC  ||  
     130 ||  EM_FACTOR_FORMIC  ||  0., 0.01, 0.01, 0.03, 0.015, 0.01, 0.03, 0.03, 0.03, 0.01, 0.015, 0.0025, 0.0025   ||  [ugC/g/h]    ||  Formic Acid emissions factor  ||   ||  CHEMISTRY_BVOC ||  
     131 ||  EM_FACTOR_ISOPRENE  ||  0., 24., 24., 8., 16., 45., 8., 8., 8., 16., 24., 5., 5.  ||  [ugC/g/h]   ||  Isoprene emission factor  ||   ||  CHEMISTRY_BVOC ||  
     132 ||  EM_FACTOR_MBO  ||  0., 0., 0., 20.0, 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0., 0.  ||  [ugC/g/h]    ||  MBO emissions factor   ||   ||  CHEMISTRY_BVOC  ||  
     133 ||  EM_FACTOR_METHANOL  ||  0., 0.6, 0.6, 1.8, 0.9, 0.6, 1.8, 1.8, 1.8, 0.6, 0.9, 2., 2.  ||  [ugC/g/h]    ||  Methanol emissions factor   ||   ||  CHEMISTRY_BVOC  ||  
     134 ||  EM_FACTOR_MONOTERPENE  ||  0., 0.8, 0.8, 2.4, 1.2, 0.8, 2.4, 2.4, 2.4, 0.8, 1.2, 0.2, 0.2  ||  [ugC/g/h]   ||  Monoterpene emission factor   ||   ||  CHEMISTRY_BVOC  ||  
     135 ||  EM_FACTOR_NO_DRY  ||  0., 8.60, 0.40, 0.22, 0.22, 0.22, 0.22, 0.22, 0.22, 2.65, 2.65, 2.65, 2.65  ||  [ngN/m^2/s]   ||  NOx emissions factor dry soil emissions and exponential dependancy factor   ||   ||  CHEMISTRY_BVOC ||  
     136 ||  EM_FACTOR_NO_WET  ||  0., 2.6, 0.06, 0.03, 0.03, 0.03, 0.03, 0.03, 0.03, 0.36, 0.36, 0.36, 0.36  ||  [ngN/m^2/s]  ||  NOx emissions factor wet soil emissions and exponential dependancy factor   ||   ||  CHEMISTRY_BVOC ||  
     137 ||  EM_FACTOR_ORVOC  ||  0., 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5  ||  [ugC/g/h]    ||  ORVOC emissions factor   ||   ||  CHEMISTRY_BVOC  ||  
     138 ||  EM_FACTOR_OVOC  ||  0., 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5, 1.5  ||  [ugC/g/h]          ||  OVOC emissions factor  ||   ||  CHEMISTRY_BVOC ||  
    132139 ||  ENERBIL_EVAPOT  ||  0.0  ||    ||  Initial Soil Potential Evaporation  ||  The initial value of soil potential evaporation if its value  is not found in the restart file. This should only be used if  the model is started without a restart file.   ||  OK_SECHIBA        ||  
    133140 ||  ENERBIL_TSURF  ||  280.  ||  Kelvin [K]  ||  Initial temperature if not found in restart  ||  The initial value of surface temperature if its value is not found in the restart file. This should only be used if the model is  started without a restart file.   ||  OK_SECHIBA ||  
     
    215222 ||  HYDROL_SNOW_NOBIO_AGE  ||  0.0  ||  [days]  ||  Initial snow age on ice, lakes, etc. if not found in restart  ||  The initial value of snow age if its value is not found in the restart file. This should only be used if the model is  started without a restart file.   ||  OK_SECHIBA  ||  
    216223 ||  HYDROL_SNOW_NOBIO_AGE  ||  0.0  ||  ***  ||  Initial snow age on ice, lakes, etc. if not found in restart  ||  The initial value of snow age if its value is not found in the restart file. This should only be used if the model is  started without a restart file.   ||  OK_SECHIBA ||  
    217  ||  HYDROL_SOIL_DEPTH  ||  4./ 2. (if HYDROL_CWRR)  ||  [m]  ||  Total depth of soil reservoir  ||  By default, ORCHIDEE uses the AR5 configuration (Choisnel-4m).  ||  OK_SECHIBA  ||  
    218224 ||  HYDROL_TAU_HDIFF  ||  one_day  ||  [seconds]  ||  time scale (s) for horizontal diffusion of water  ||  Defines how fast diffusion occurs horizontally between the individual PFTs' water reservoirs. If infinite, no  diffusion.   ||  HYDROL_OK_HDIFF ||  
    219225 ||  IMPOSE_AZE  ||  n  ||  [FLAG]  ||  Should the surface parameters be prescribed  ||  This flag allows the user to impose the surface parameters (Albedo Roughness and Emissivity). It is espacially interesting for 0D  simulations. On the globe it does not make too much sense as  it imposes the same vegetation everywhere   ||  OK_SECHIBA ||  
     
    230236 ||  IRRIGATION_FILE  ||  floodplains.nc  ||  [FILE]  ||  Name of file which contains the map of irrigated areas  ||  The name of the file to be opened to read the field with the area in m^2 of the area irrigated within each  0.5 0.5 deg grid box. The map currently used is the one  developed by the Center for Environmental Systems Research  in Kassel (1995).   ||  DO_IRRIGATION OR DO_FLOODPLAINS ||  
    231237 ||  IS_C4  ||  n, n, n, n, n, n, n, n, n, n, n, y, n, y  ||  [BOOLEAN]  ||  flag for C4 vegetation types  ||   ||  OK_SECHIBA or OK_STOMATE ||  
    232  ||  ISO_ACTIVITY  ||  0.5, 1.5, 1.5, 0.5  ||  [-]  ||  Biogenic activity for each age class : isoprene  ||   ||  DIFFUCO_OK_INCA ||  
     238 ||  ISO_ACTIVITY  ||  0.5, 1.5, 1.5, 0.5  ||  [-]  ||  Biogenic activity for each age class : isoprene  ||   ||  CHEMISTRY_BVOC ||  
    233239 ||  KFACT_DECAY_RATE  ||  2.0  ||  [1/m]  ||  Factor for Ks decay with depth  ||     ||  HYDROL_CWRR  ||  
    234240 ||  KFACT_MAX  ||  10.0  ||  [-]  ||  Maximum Factor for Ks increase due to vegetation  ||   ||  HYDROL_CWRR  ||  
     
    246252 ||  LAI_MAX_TO_HAPPY  ||  undef, .5, .5, .5, .5, .5, .5, .5, .5, .5, .5, .5, .5   ||  [-]  ||  threshold of LAI below which plant uses carbohydrate reserves  ||   ||  OK_STOMATE ||  
    247253 ||  LAI_MAX  ||  undef, 7., 7., 5., 5., 5., 4.5, 4.5, 3.0, 2.5, 2.5, 5.,5.   ||  [m^2/m^2]  ||  maximum LAI, PFT-specific  ||   ||  OK_STOMATE ||  
    248  ||  LAND_COVER_CHANGE  ||  n  ||  [FLAG]   ||  treat land use modifications  ||  With this variable, you can use a Land Use map to simulate anthropic modifications such as  deforestation.   ||  LAND_USE ||  
    249  ||  LAND_USE  ||  y  ||  [FLAG]  ||  Read a land_use vegetation map  ||  pft values are needed, max time axis is 293  ||  OK_SECHIBA or OK_STOMATE ||  
    250  ||  LARCH  ||  0., 0.015, 0.015, 0.003, 0.005, 0.005, 0.003, 0.005, 0.003, 0.005, 0.005, 0.008, 0.008  ||  [-]    ||  Larcher 1991 SAI/LAI ratio  ||   ||  DIFFUCO_OK_INCA  ||  
     254 ||  LARCH  ||  0., 0.015, 0.015, 0.003, 0.005, 0.005, 0.003, 0.005, 0.003, 0.005, 0.005, 0.008, 0.008  ||  [-]    ||  Larcher 1991 SAI/LAI ratio  ||   ||  CHEMISTRY_BVOC  ||  
    251255 ||  LC   ||  0.22, 0.35, 0.35, 0.35, 0.35, 0.22, 0.22, 0.22  ||  [-]     ||  Lignine/C ratio of the different plant parts  ||    ||  OK_STOMATE  ||  
    252256 ||  LEAF_AGE_CRIT_COEFF   ||  1.5, 0.75, 10.   ||  [-]   ||    ||    ||  OK_STOMATE  ||  
     
    255259 ||  LEAFAGE_FIRSTMAX  ||  0.03   ||  [-]   ||  leaf age at which vmax attains vcmax_opt (in fraction of critical leaf age)  ||  relative leaf age at which vmax attains vcmax_opt  ||  OK_STOMATE  ||  
    256260 ||  LEAFAGE_LASTMAX   ||  0.5   ||  [-]    ||  leaf age at which vmax falls below vcmax_opt (in fraction of critical leaf age)   ||  relative leaf age at which vmax falls below vcmax_opt  ||  OK_STOMATE  ||  
    257  ||  LEAFAGE_OK_INCA  ||  n  ||  [FLAG]  ||  Activate LEAFAGE?  ||  set to TRUE if biogenic emissions calculation takes leaf age into account  ||  DIFFUCO_OK_INCA ||  
    258261 ||  LEAFAGE_OLD   ||  1.  ||  [-]    ||  leaf age at which vmax attains its minimum (in fraction of critical leaf age)  ||  relative leaf age at which vmax attains its minimum  ||  OK_STOMATE  ||  
    259262 ||  LEAFFALL  ||  undef, undef, 10., undef, undef, 10., undef, 10., 10., 10., 10., 10., 10.   ||  [days]  ||  length of death of leaves, tabulated   ||   ||  OK_STOMATE ||  
     
    270273 ||  MAINT_RESP_SLOPE_B  ||  undef, .0, .0, .0, .0, .0, .0, .0, .0, -.00133, .0, -.00133, .0   ||  [-]  ||  slope of maintenance respiration coefficient (1/K), constant b of aT^2+bT+c , tabulated  ||   ||  OK_STOMATE ||  
    271274 ||  MAINT_RESP_SLOPE_C  ||  undef, .20, .20, .16, .16, .16, .16, .16, .16, .16, .12, .16, .12   ||  [-]  ||  slope of maintenance respiration coefficient (1/K), constant c of aT^2+bT+c , tabulated  ||   ||  OK_STOMATE ||  
     275 ||  MAP_PFT_FORMAT  ||  y  ||  [FLAG]  ||  Read a land use vegetation map on PFT format  ||  pft values are needed, max time axis is 293  ||  OK_SECHIBA or OK_STOMATE ||  
    272276 ||  MASS_RATIO_HEART_SAP  ||  3.  ||  [-]     ||  mass ratio (heartwood+sapwood)/sapwood  ||    ||  OK_STOMATE  ||  
    273277 ||  MAXDIA_COEFF  ||  100., 0.01   ||  [-]     ||    ||    ||  OK_STOMATE  ||  
     
    279283 ||  METABOLIC_LN_RATIO  ||  0.018    ||  [-]     ||    ||    ||  OK_STOMATE  ||  
    280284 ||  METABOLIC_REF_FRAC  ||  0.85    ||  [-]  ||   ||    ||  OK_STOMATE  ||  
    281  ||  METHANOL_ACTIVITY  ||  1., 1., 0.5, 0.5  ||  [-]  ||  Isoprene emission factor for each age class : methanol  ||   ||  DIFFUCO_OK_INCA ||  
     285 ||  METHANOL_ACTIVITY  ||  1., 1., 0.5, 0.5  ||  [-]  ||  Isoprene emission factor for each age class : methanol  ||   ||  CHEMISTRY_BVOC ||  
    282286 ||  MIGRATE_GRASS  ||  10000.  ||  [m/year]     ||    ||    ||  OK_STOMATE  ||  
    283287 ||  MIGRATE_TREE   ||  10000.  ||  [m/year]     ||    ||    ||  OK_STOMATE  ||  
     
    305309 ||  NOBIO_WATER_CAPAC_VOLUMETRI  ||  150.  ||  [s/m^2]  ||    ||    ||  OK_SECHIBA and .NOT.(HYDROL_CWRR) ||  
    306310 ||  NOSENESCENCE_HUM  ||  undef, undef, .8, undef, undef, undef, undef, undef, undef, .3, .3, .3, .3   ||  [-]  ||  relative moisture availability above which there is no humidity-related senescence  ||   ||  OK_STOMATE ||  
    307  ||  NOx_BBG_FERTIL  ||  n  ||  [FLAG]  ||  Calculate NOx emissions with bbg fertilizing effect?  ||  set to TRUE if NOx emissions are calculated with bbg effect  Fertil effect of bbg on NOx soil emissions   ||  DIFFUCO_OK_INCA  ||  
    308  ||  NOx_FERTILIZERS_USE  ||  n  ||  [FLAG]   ||  Calculate NOx emissions with fertilizers use?  ||  set to TRUE if NOx emissions are calculated with fertilizers use Fertilizers use effect on NOx soil emissions   ||  DIFFUCO_OK_INCA  ||  
    309  ||  NOx_RAIN_PULSE  ||  n  ||  [FLAG]  ||  Calculate NOx emissions with pulse?  ||  set to TRUE if NOx rain pulse is taken into account  ||  DIFFUCO_OK_INCA  ||  
     311 ||  NOx_BBG_FERTIL  ||  n  ||  [FLAG]  ||  Calculate NOx emissions with bbg fertilizing effect?  ||  set to TRUE if NOx emissions are calculated with bbg effect  Fertil effect of bbg on NOx soil emissions   ||  CHEMISTRY_BVOC  ||  
     312 ||  NOx_FERTILIZERS_USE  ||  n  ||  [FLAG]   ||  Calculate NOx emissions with fertilizers use?  ||  set to TRUE if NOx emissions are calculated with fertilizers use Fertilizers use effect on NOx soil emissions   ||  CHEMISTRY_BVOC  ||  
     313 ||  NOx_RAIN_PULSE  ||  n  ||  [FLAG]  ||  Calculate NOx emissions with pulse?  ||  set to TRUE if NOx rain pulse is taken into account  ||  CHEMISTRY_BVOC  ||  
    310314 ||  NPP_LONGTERM_INIT  ||  10.  ||  [gC/m^2/year]  ||    ||    ||  OK_DGVM ||  
    311315 ||  NVM  ||  13  ||  [-]  ||  number of PFTs    ||  The number of vegetation types define by the user  ||  OK_SECHIBA or OK_STOMATE ||  
    312316 ||  OBLIQUITY  ||  23.446  ||  [Degrees]  ||  Use prescribed values  ||   ||  ALLOW_WEATHERGEN ||  
    313317 ||  Oi  ||  210000.  ||  [ubar]    ||  Intercellular oxygen partial pressure  ||  See Legend of Figure 6 of Yin et al. (2009)  ||  OK_CO2 ||  
    314  ||  OK_ECORR  ||  True if OK_FREEZE else false  ||  [FLAG]  ||  Energy correction for freezing  ||  Energy conservation : Correction to make sure that the same latent heat is  released and consumed during freezing and thawing   ||  ||  
     318 ||  OK_ECORR  ||  True if OK_FREEZE else false  ||  [FLAG]  ||  Energy correction for freezing  ||  Energy conservation : Correction to make sure that the same latent heat is  released and consumed during freezing and thawing   ||  OK_FREEZE_THERMIX ||  
    315319 ||  OK_EXPLICITSNOW  ||  FALSE  ||  [FLAG]  ||  Activate explict snow scheme  ||  Activate explicit snow scheme instead of default snow scheme  ||  OK_SECHIBA ||  
    316320 ||  OK_FREEZE_CWRR  ||  True if OK_FREEZE else false  ||  [FLAG]  ||  CWRR freezing scheme by I. Gouttevin  ||   ||   ||  
     
    347351 ||  PRINTLEV_modname  ||  1  ||  [0, 1, 2, 3, 4]  ||  Specific print level of text output for the module "modname". Default as PRINTLEV.  ||  Use this option to activate a different level of text output  for a specific module. This can be activated for several modules  at the same time. Use for example PRINTLEV_sechiba.   ||  ||  
    348352 ||  R0   ||  undef, .30, .30, .30, .30, .30, .30, .30, .30, .30, .30, .30, .30  ||  [-]      ||  Standard root allocation   ||    ||  OK_STOMATE  ||  
     353 ||  RATIO_GEOM_BELOW  ||  2  ||  -  ||  Ratio of the geometrical series defining the thickness below DEPTH_GEOM  ||  Ratio of the geometrical series defining the thickness below DEPTH_GEOM.  ||   ||  
    349354 ||  RAYT_CSTE  ||  125  ||  [W.m^{-2}]   ||  Constant in the computation of surface resistance    ||    ||  OK_SECHIBA ||  
    350355 ||  READ_PERMAFROST_MAP  ||  FALSE  ||  [FLAG]  ||  Read information about ice content, overburden and permafrost type from IPA map  ||    ||   ||  
    351  ||  READ_REFTEMP  ||  True if OK_FREEZE else false  ||  [FLAG]  ||  Initialize soil temperature using climatological temperature  ||    ||   ||  
     356 ||  READ_REFTEMP  ||  False  ||  [FLAG]  ||  Initialize soil temperature using climatological temperature  ||    ||   ||  
    352357 ||  REF_GREFF  ||  0.035  ||  [1/year]    ||  Asymptotic maximum mortality rate  ||  Set asymptotic maximum mortality rate from Sitch 2003 (they use 0.01) (year^{-1})   ||  OK_STOMATE  ||  
     358 ||  REFINEBOTTOM  ||  .FALSE.  ||  -  ||  Depth at which the hydrology layers will be refined towards the bottom.  ||  Depth at which the hydrology layers will be refined towards the bottom.  ||   ||  
    353359 ||  REFTEMP_FILE  ||  NONE  ||  [FILE]  ||  Name of file from which the reference temperature can be read  ||  Specify filename if the initial reference temperature should be  read from file. Otherwise, the reference temperature is calculated.   ||  OK_STOMATE ||  
    354360 ||  REINF_SLOPE  ||  0.1  ||  [-]  ||  Slope coef for reinfiltration   ||  Determines the reinfiltration ratio in the grid box due to flat areas  ||  IMPOSE_VEG ||  
     
    359365 ||  RESIST  ||  undef, .95, .90, .12, .50, .12, .12, .12, .12, .0, .0, .0, .0   ||  [-]  ||  fire resistance  ||   ||  OK_STOMATE ||  
    360366 ||  RIP_TIME_MIN  ||  1.25   ||  [year]    ||    ||    ||  OK_DGVM ||  
    361  ||  RIVER_DESC_FILE  ||  river_desc.txt  ||  [FILE]  ||  Filename in which we write the description of the rivers. If suffix is ".nc" a netCDF file is created  ||  File name where we will write the information. If the suffix is ".nc" a netCDF file is generated. Else a simple text file will contain some information. The netCDF file is valuable for post-processing the   ||  RIVER_DESC ||  
     367 ||  RIVER_DESC_FILE  ||  river_desc.nc  ||  [FILE]  ||  Filename in which we write the description of the rivers. If suffix is ".nc" a netCDF file is created  ||  File name where we will write the information. If the suffix is ".nc" a netCDF file is generated. Else a simple text file will contain some information. The netCDF file is valuable for post-processing the   ||  RIVER_DESC ||  
    362368 ||  RIVER_DESC  ||  n  ||  [FLAG]  ||  Writes out a description of the rivers  ||  This flag allows to write out a file containing the list of  rivers which are beeing simulated. It provides location of outflow  drainage area, name and ID.   ||  RIVER_ROUTING ||  
    363369 ||  RIVER_ROUTING  ||  n  ||  [FLAG]  ||  Decides if we route the water or not  ||  This flag allows the user to decide if the runoff and drainage should be routed to the ocean  and to downstream grid boxes.   ||  OK_SECHIBA ||  
     
    377383 ||  SECHIBA_QSINT   ||  0.1  ||  [m]  ||  Interception reservoir coefficient  ||  Transforms leaf area index into size of interception reservoir for slowproc_derivvar or stomate   ||  OK_SECHIBA  ||  
    378384 ||  SECHIBA_QSINT   ||  0.1  ||  [m]  ||  Interception reservoir coefficient  ||  Transforms leaf area index into size of interception reservoir for slowproc_derivvar or stomate   ||  OK_SECHIBA  ||  
    379  ||  SECHIBA_reset_time  ||  y  ||  [FLAG]  ||  Override the time from the restart files for SECHIBA and STOMATE  ||  This option allows the model to override the time found in the restart files of SECHIBA and STOMATE with the time  given by the GCM or the forcing file.   ||  OK_SECHIBA ||  
    380385 ||  SECHIBA_restart_in  ||  NONE  ||  [FILE]  ||  Name of restart to READ for initial conditions  ||  This is the name of the file which will be opened to extract the initial values of all prognostic  values of the model. This has to be a netCDF file.  Not truly COADS compliant. NONE will mean that  no restart file is to be expected.   ||  OK_SECHIBA  ||  
    381386 ||  SECHIBA_rest_out  ||  sechiba_rest_out.nc  ||  [FILE]  ||  Name of restart files to be created by SECHIBA  ||  This variable give the name for the restart files. The restart software within  IOIPSL will add .nc if needed.   ||  OK_SECHIBA ||  
     
    442447 ||  TCM_CRIT  ||  undef, undef, undef, 5.0, 15.5, 15.5, -8.0, -8.0, -8.0, undef, undef, undef, undef  ||  [C]  ||  critical tcm, tabulated   ||   ||  OK_STOMATE ||  
    443448 ||  TCST_SNOWA  ||  5.0   ||  [days]  ||  Time constant of the albedo decay of snow  ||    ||  OK_SECHIBA  ||  
    444  ||  THERMOSOIL_NBLEV  ||  7  ||  (-)  ||  Number of soil level  ||  Use at least 11 for long term simulation where soil thermal inertia matters  ||  ||  
     449 ||  THERMOSOIL_NBLEV  ||  Number of soil level  ||  m  ||  Number of soil level  ||  Maximum depth of soil for soil moisture  ||  HDYROL_CWRR ||  
    445450 ||  THERMOSOIL_TPRO  ||  280.  ||  Kelvin [K]  ||  Initial soil temperature profile if not found in restart  ||  The initial value of the temperature profile in the soil if  its value is not found in the restart file. This should only  be used if the model is started without a restart file. Here  we only require one value as we will assume a constant  throughout the column.   ||  OK_SECHIBA ||  
    446451 ||  theta  ||  undef, 0.7, 0.7, 0.7, 0.7, 0.7, 0.7, 0.7, 0.7, 0.7, 0.7, 0.7, 0.7  ||  [−]  ||  Convexity factor for response of J to irradiance  ||  See Table 2 of Yin et al. (2009)     ||  OK_CO2 ||  
     
    458463 ||  VCMAX25  ||  undef, 65., 65., 35., 45., 55., 35., 45., 35., 70., 70., 70., 70.  ||  [micromol/m^2/s]  ||  Maximum rate of Rubisco activity-limited carboxylation at 25°C  ||   ||  OK_STOMATE ||  
    459464 ||  VCMAX_FIX  ||  0., 40., 50., 30., 35., 40.,30., 40., 35., 60., 60., 70., 70.  ||  [micromol/m^2/s]   ||  values used for vcmax when STOMATE is not activated  ||   ||  OK_SECHIBA and NOT(OK_STOMATE) ||  
    460  ||  VEGETATION_FILE  ||  carteveg5km.nc  ||  [FILE]  ||  Name of file from which the vegetation map is to be read  ||  The name of the file to be opened to read the vegetation map is to be given here. Usualy SECHIBA runs with a 5kmx5km  map which is derived from the IGBP one. We assume that we have  a classification in 87 types. This is Olson modified by Viovy.   ||  NOT(IMPOSE_VEG) and NOT(LAND_USE) ||  
    461  ||  VEGETATION_FILE  ||  PFTmap.nc  ||  [FILE]  ||  Name of file from which the vegetation map is to be read  ||  The name of the file to be opened to read a vegetation map (in pft) is to be given here.   ||  LAND_USE ||  
    462  ||  VEGET_REINIT  ||  y  ||  [FLAG]   ||  booleen to indicate that a new LAND USE file will be used.  ||  The parameter is used to bypass veget_year count  and reinitialize it with VEGET_YEAR parameter.  Then it is possible to change LAND USE file.   ||  LAND_USE ||  
    463  ||  VEGET_UPDATE  ||  0Y  ||  [years]  ||  Update vegetation frequency  ||  The veget datas will be update each this time step.  ||  LAND_USE ||  
    464  ||  VEGET_YEAR  ||  1  ||  [FLAG]   ||  Year of the land_use vegetation map to be read  ||  First year for landuse vegetation (2D map by pft). If VEGET_YEAR is set to 0, this means there is no time axis.   ||  LAND_USE ||  
     465 ||  VEGETATION_FILE  ||  carteveg5km.nc  ||  [FILE]  ||  Name of file from which the vegetation map is to be read  ||  The name of the file to be opened to read the vegetation map is to be given here. Usualy SECHIBA runs with a 5kmx5km  map which is derived from the IGBP one. We assume that we have  a classification in 87 types. This is Olson modified by Viovy.   ||  NOT(IMPOSE_VEG) and NOT(MAP_PFT_FORMAT) ||  
     466 ||  VEGETATION_FILE  ||  PFTmap.nc  ||  [FILE]  ||  Name of file from which the vegetation map is to be read  ||  The name of the file to be opened to read a vegetation map (in pft) is to be given here.   ||  MAP_PFT_FORMAT ||  
     467 ||  VEGET_REINIT  ||  y  ||  [FLAG]   ||  booleen to indicate that a new LAND USE file will be used.  ||  The parameter is used to bypass veget_year count  and reinitialize it with VEGET_YEAR parameter.  Then it is possible to change LAND USE file.   ||  MAP_PFT_FORMAT ||  
     468 ||  VEGET_UPDATE  ||  0Y  ||  [years]  ||  Update vegetation frequency  ||  The veget datas will be update each this time step.  ||  MAP_PFT_FORMAT ||  
     469 ||  VEGET_YEAR  ||  1  ||  [FLAG]   ||  Year of the vegetation map to be read  ||  First year for land use vegetation (2D map by pft). If VEGET_YEAR is set to 0, this means there is no time axis.   ||  MAP_PFT_FORMAT ||  
    465470 ||  VIS_DRY  ||  0.24, 0.22, 0.20, 0.18, 0.16, 0.14, 0.12, 0.10, 0.27  ||  [-]    ||  The correspondance table for the soil color numbers and their albedo   ||    ||  OK_SECHIBA  ||  
    466471 ||  VIS_WET   ||  0.12, 0.11, 0.10, 0.09, 0.08, 0.07, 0.06, 0.05, 0.15  ||  [-]     ||  The correspondance table for the soil color numbers and their albedo  ||    ||  OK_SECHIBA   ||  
     
    536541 ||  RESTART_FILEOUT  ||  driver_rest_out.nc  ||  [FILE]  ||  Name of restart files to be created by the driver  ||  This variable give the  name for the restart files. The restart software within  IOIPSL will add .nc if needed   ||  [-] ||  
    537542 ||  SPRED_PREC  ||  Half of the forcing time step or uniform, depending on dt_force and dt_sechiba  ||  [FLAG]  ||  Spread the precipitation.  ||  Spread the precipitation over SPRED_PREC steps of the splited forcing   ||  [-] ||  
    538  ||  TIME_LENGTH  ||  DEF  ||  [seconds, days, months, years]  ||  Length of the integration in time.  ||  Length of integration. By default the entire length  ||  [-] ||  
     543 ||  TIME_LENGTH  ||  Full length of the forcing file   ||  [seconds, days, months, years]  ||  Length of the integration in time.  ||  Length of integration. By default the entire length  ||  [-] ||  
    539544 ||  TIME_SKIP  ||  0  ||  [FLAG]  ||  Time in the forcing file at which the model is started.  ||  This time give the point in time at which the model  ||  [-] ||  
    540545 ||  WEATHGEN_PRECIP_EXACT  ||  n  ||  [FLAG]  ||  Exact monthly precipitation  ||  If this is set to y, the weather generator will generate pseudo-random precipitations  whose monthly mean is exactly the prescribed one.  In this case, the daily precipitation (for rainy  days) is constant (that is, some days have 0 precip,  where n_precip is the prescribed number of rainy days  per month).   ||  ALLOW_WEATHERGEN ||