I am wanting to setup a pacemaker experiment in ACCESS-CM2, using a different restoring climatology for each model year.
I already know how to set up an experiment that restores to the same climatology for each model year over a region mask. This is done by adding the following to /roses/u-exp/app/coupled/rose-app.conf
Thanks so much for this!
I’ll take a look and let you know how it goes in the next few days.
I am assuming that this means the restoring SST file needs to be labelled in this format where $THISYEAR is the model year? So if I change this the directory and file name to where I have my specific yearly climatology files as long as it has $THISYEAR it should work right?
My restoring files would be monthly, so I assume they would work, or do they need to be daily?
The bx973 suite looks like it is a branched historical experiment. My other pacemaker experiment is branched from a piControl experiment.
I am wondering if there is much I need to change, to ensure that runs are identical except for the SST restoring values? just turn off time varying gas mmr and change restart files/dates?
In other suites I have used, there is usually a warm restart directory, start date etc under Run Initialisation and cycling, but in this suite that I have copied it seems to be under jinja2 but this also has other options like things for ozone which I am not sure is the same as the other suite.
This is side by side view of the suites left is bx973 copy I am modifying and right is my first experiment that has run (cw323)
The modified code is in Dave’s home directory which isn’t necessarily accessible to everyone. It should be pushed to GitHub. Probably as a branch on a fork, but even better if it could be incorporated into MOM5 in a way that it could be “turned on” with a namelist option or compiler pre-processor flag.
NB: Arnold, I modified the suite changes to be in code blocks instead of block quotes. That way whitespace is preserved correctly, long lines are rendered better and it is simple to copy the code changes with the in-built copy to clipboard functionality of code blocks. Hope that is ok.