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ERROR: remap transport: bad departure points

Hello Dears,I have just got the same error in ice model. I was aware how to solve it, but i would like to wake this topic up. The main reason is that when the error appeared in my simulation, I have not seen any possibility for having ice in this simulation (surface temperature is bigger then 4 Celsius degrees). But i got this error from ice model.I work with my own configuration - it is not typical provided by developers. It is based on G or H compset, thus i have only ice and ocean components active. Other models provide only data (prepared ouside of the model). I did a lot of modifications for having working the cesm as high resolution model for coastal areas. The horizontal resolution is ~100 meters, vertical smallest levels have 30 cm thickness. I will be very happy that somebody will take a look here and try to help/eplain me what happen.With best regards,Jaromir
 
Hello Dears,I have just got the same error in ice model. I was aware how to solve it, but i would like to wake this topic up. The main reason is that when the error appeared in my simulation, I have not seen any possibility for having ice in this simulation (surface temperature is bigger then 4 Celsius degrees). But i got this error from ice model.I work with my own configuration - it is not typical provided by developers. It is based on G or H compset, thus i have only ice and ocean components active. Other models provide only data (prepared ouside of the model). I did a lot of modifications for having working the cesm as high resolution model for coastal areas. The horizontal resolution is ~100 meters, vertical smallest levels have 30 cm thickness. I will be very happy that somebody will take a look here and try to help/eplain me what happen.With best regards,Jaromir
 
Hello Dears,I have just got the same error in ice model. I was aware how to solve it, but i would like to wake this topic up. The main reason is that when the error appeared in my simulation, I have not seen any possibility for having ice in this simulation (surface temperature is bigger then 4 Celsius degrees). But i got this error from ice model.I work with my own configuration - it is not typical provided by developers. It is based on G or H compset, thus i have only ice and ocean components active. Other models provide only data (prepared ouside of the model). I did a lot of modifications for having working the cesm as high resolution model for coastal areas. The horizontal resolution is ~100 meters, vertical smallest levels have 30 cm thickness. I will be very happy that somebody will take a look here and try to help/eplain me what happen.With best regards,Jaromir
 
Hello Dears,I have just got the same error in ice model. I was aware how to solve it, but i would like to wake this topic up. The main reason is that when the error appeared in my simulation, I have not seen any possibility for having ice in this simulation (surface temperature is bigger then 4 Celsius degrees). But i got this error from ice model.I work with my own configuration - it is not typical provided by developers. It is based on G or H compset, thus i have only ice and ocean components active. Other models provide only data (prepared ouside of the model). I did a lot of modifications for having working the cesm as high resolution model for coastal areas. The horizontal resolution is ~100 meters, vertical smallest levels have 30 cm thickness. I will be very happy that somebody will take a look here and try to help/eplain me what happen.With best regards,Jaromir
 
Hello Dears,I have just got the same error in ice model. I was aware how to solve it, but i would like to wake this topic up. The main reason is that when the error appeared in my simulation, I have not seen any possibility for having ice in this simulation (surface temperature is bigger then 4 Celsius degrees). But i got this error from ice model.I work with my own configuration - it is not typical provided by developers. It is based on G or H compset, thus i have only ice and ocean components active. Other models provide only data (prepared ouside of the model). I did a lot of modifications for having working the cesm as high resolution model for coastal areas. The horizontal resolution is ~100 meters, vertical smallest levels have 30 cm thickness. I will be very happy that somebody will take a look here and try to help/eplain me what happen.With best regards,Jaromir
 
Hello Dears,I have just got the same error in ice model. I was aware how to solve it, but i would like to wake this topic up. The main reason is that when the error appeared in my simulation, I have not seen any possibility for having ice in this simulation (surface temperature is bigger then 4 Celsius degrees). But i got this error from ice model.I work with my own configuration - it is not typical provided by developers. It is based on G or H compset, thus i have only ice and ocean components active. Other models provide only data (prepared ouside of the model). I did a lot of modifications for having working the cesm as high resolution model for coastal areas. The horizontal resolution is ~100 meters, vertical smallest levels have 30 cm thickness. I will be very happy that somebody will take a look here and try to help/eplain me what happen.With best regards,Jaromir
 
Hello Dears,I have just got the same error in ice model. I was aware how to solve it, but i would like to wake this topic up. The main reason is that when the error appeared in my simulation, I have not seen any possibility for having ice in this simulation (surface temperature is bigger then 4 Celsius degrees). But i got this error from ice model.I work with my own configuration - it is not typical provided by developers. It is based on G or H compset, thus i have only ice and ocean components active. Other models provide only data (prepared ouside of the model). I did a lot of modifications for having working the cesm as high resolution model for coastal areas. The horizontal resolution is ~100 meters, vertical smallest levels have 30 cm thickness. I will be very happy that somebody will take a look here and try to help/eplain me what happen.With best regards,Jaromir
 
Hello Dears,I have just got the same error in ice model. I was aware how to solve it, but i would like to wake this topic up. The main reason is that when the error appeared in my simulation, I have not seen any possibility for having ice in this simulation (surface temperature is bigger then 4 Celsius degrees). But i got this error from ice model.I work with my own configuration - it is not typical provided by developers. It is based on G or H compset, thus i have only ice and ocean components active. Other models provide only data (prepared ouside of the model). I did a lot of modifications for having working the cesm as high resolution model for coastal areas. The horizontal resolution is ~100 meters, vertical smallest levels have 30 cm thickness. I will be very happy that somebody will take a look here and try to help/eplain me what happen.With best regards,Jaromir
 

dbailey

CSEG and Liaisons
Staff member
This is essentially a CFL violation in the CICE model. You would need to reduce the timestep. In the CESM, the CICE timestep is tied to the coupling interval with the atmosphere. Have a look at ATM_NCPL and ICE_NCPL. Try doubling ATM_NCPL and this should help. For high resolution (0.1-degree) you can use xndt_dyn or ndtd depending on the version of the code. This allows you to take multiple dynamic timesteps per thermodynamic timestep.Dave
 

dbailey

CSEG and Liaisons
Staff member
This is essentially a CFL violation in the CICE model. You would need to reduce the timestep. In the CESM, the CICE timestep is tied to the coupling interval with the atmosphere. Have a look at ATM_NCPL and ICE_NCPL. Try doubling ATM_NCPL and this should help. For high resolution (0.1-degree) you can use xndt_dyn or ndtd depending on the version of the code. This allows you to take multiple dynamic timesteps per thermodynamic timestep.Dave
 

dbailey

CSEG and Liaisons
Staff member
This is essentially a CFL violation in the CICE model. You would need to reduce the timestep. In the CESM, the CICE timestep is tied to the coupling interval with the atmosphere. Have a look at ATM_NCPL and ICE_NCPL. Try doubling ATM_NCPL and this should help. For high resolution (0.1-degree) you can use xndt_dyn or ndtd depending on the version of the code. This allows you to take multiple dynamic timesteps per thermodynamic timestep.Dave
 

dbailey

CSEG and Liaisons
Staff member
This is essentially a CFL violation in the CICE model. You would need to reduce the timestep. In the CESM, the CICE timestep is tied to the coupling interval with the atmosphere. Have a look at ATM_NCPL and ICE_NCPL. Try doubling ATM_NCPL and this should help. For high resolution (0.1-degree) you can use xndt_dyn or ndtd depending on the version of the code. This allows you to take multiple dynamic timesteps per thermodynamic timestep.Dave
 

dbailey

CSEG and Liaisons
Staff member
This is essentially a CFL violation in the CICE model. You would need to reduce the timestep. In the CESM, the CICE timestep is tied to the coupling interval with the atmosphere. Have a look at ATM_NCPL and ICE_NCPL. Try doubling ATM_NCPL and this should help. For high resolution (0.1-degree) you can use xndt_dyn or ndtd depending on the version of the code. This allows you to take multiple dynamic timesteps per thermodynamic timestep.Dave
 

dbailey

CSEG and Liaisons
Staff member
This is essentially a CFL violation in the CICE model. You would need to reduce the timestep. In the CESM, the CICE timestep is tied to the coupling interval with the atmosphere. Have a look at ATM_NCPL and ICE_NCPL. Try doubling ATM_NCPL and this should help. For high resolution (0.1-degree) you can use xndt_dyn or ndtd depending on the version of the code. This allows you to take multiple dynamic timesteps per thermodynamic timestep.Dave
 

dbailey

CSEG and Liaisons
Staff member
This is essentially a CFL violation in the CICE model. You would need to reduce the timestep. In the CESM, the CICE timestep is tied to the coupling interval with the atmosphere. Have a look at ATM_NCPL and ICE_NCPL. Try doubling ATM_NCPL and this should help. For high resolution (0.1-degree) you can use xndt_dyn or ndtd depending on the version of the code. This allows you to take multiple dynamic timesteps per thermodynamic timestep.Dave
 
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