From: Xuguang Wang (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Oct 24 2001 - 10:59:11 MDT
Dear ccm3 users:
I have a question related to one of the error messages of ccm3, "SURPHY",
which indicates an imbalance of surface flux.
As far as I know, ccm3 can initialize LSM with "arbitrary initialization",
which sets TG (ground temperature) and TV (vegetation temperature) to a
constant value as 283K all over the globe. Is this kind of initalization
going to cause a problem of "SURPHY", especially at poles where the
realistic ground temperature is much less than 283K? Could any of you
share your thoughts with me?
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