- This page lists the bugs found in the current last CHIMERE version and the updates to add in order to have a more secure code.
- Each time a bug is found, the corresponding chimere version has a new name: the letter at the end of the name version is increased by a letter (from "A" to "B" for example).
- If a slight update is necessary, the file is displayed on this page only
|Model version||Description||Reported or Found by...||Download|
|chimere2017r4||Problem with the anthropogenic emissions when using the point sources. Replace the following Fortran routine and recompile||M.Stortini (January 2019)||prep_aemis.F90|
|chimere2017r4|| Problem with chemprep when mineral dust option 'iusedust' is set to zero|
You may have this error message when preparing the chemistry and if you selected iusedust=0.
Building output species list
cp: cannot stat 'input-fastj_1.txt': No such file or directory
rm: cannot remove 'input-fastj_1.txt': No such file or directory
Abnormal termination of prep-chemistry-data.sh
Replace the following script (after removing _bugfix in the filename)
|L.Menut (September 2018)||chemprep-prep-chemistry-data.sh_bugfix|
|chimere2017r4||Force the use of an interpolation for the surface pressure (in case of WRF use, not always stable). Replace the two following subroutines (after removing _bugfix in the filename)||L.Menut (July 2018)||
|chimere2017r4||Corrects a problem in the creation of boundary conditions of nested domains||A.Royer (October, 2017)||chimere-step1.sh|
|emiSURF2016b||Correction of the EMEP grid coordinates||M.Valari (October, 2017)||COORD_EMEP50x50|
|chimere2017||Bug fixes in atmphys.F90 and worker_message_subs.F90: WRF surface pressure for the case of CHIMERE grid identical to that of WRF; size of MPI mesages||A.Deroubaix, D.Khvorostyanov (March, 2017)||atmphys.F90; worker_message_subs.F90|
|chimere2017||Bug fix in domains-extract_geog.F90 for the vegetation fraction||S.Mailler, L.Menut (March, 2017)||domains-extract_geog.F90|
|chimere2013b||Fixed bug in prep_chimere.F90 for the case where the coarse simulation output is in ug/m3||Adrien Royer/Sandy Adriaenssens|