|lon lat model level altitude(m)||option LLHV|
|lat lon model level altitude(m)||option llhv|
|lon lat altitude(m)||option LLZV|
|lat lon altitude(m)||option llzv|
|lon lat pression(hPa)||option LLPV|
|lat lon pression(hPa)||option llpv|
mesonh2obs << eof format_output_file # line format of output file (LLHV/llhv/LLZV/llzv/LLPV/llpv) format_input_file # LL (lon,lat)ou ll (lat,lon) altitude_in_input_file # O (altitude_in_m on the third colon)/N if N, number_vertical_levels # number of vertical levels above # each lat,lon points list_of_these_levels # exemple: (in metres or hPa): 500 1500 obs_file # name of the Obs file 0 # control prints (0/1/2/3) diachronic_file1 # file with fields to be interpolated (without .lfi) field1_of_diachronic_file1 # field to be interpolated field2_of_diachronic_file1 END # end of extraction in diachronic_file1 diachronic_file2 # file with fields to be interpolated (without .lfi) fieldi_of_diachronic_file2 # field to be interpolated fieldj_of_diachronic_file2 END # end of extraction in diachronic_file2 END # end of diachronic files list eofmesonh2obs is an interactive tool. All the directives you enter on the keyboard are registered in the file dirmnh2obs. You can use it as input for the next call of the tool after being renamed.
The wind components are transformed into zonal and meridian components in the observation grid.
TANGUY Gaelle 2009-09-23