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 **2.Namelist settings** **2.Namelist settings**
  
-Note that, depending on the branch the user wants to use this part is already set-up. See section about available branches for available branches.+Note that, depending on the branch the user wants to use this part is already set-up. See section about available branches for available branches. The following namelist refers to the branch: r5671-bsc_ocean_DA. some difference can be found when using a different branch
  
-You can use nemo-only or coupled version for your nudged experiments. +You can use nemo-only or coupled version for your nudged experiments. Depending on this option,  ​the namelist will be standalone or coupled (obvious, but important to remember)
-Depending on this the namelist will be standalone or coupled (obvious, but important to remember)+
  
  
-Here is an example to activate SST restoring ​:+Here is an example to activate SST restoring ​in **namelist_nemo-ORCA1L75-standalone.cfg.sh**.
  
-    +in section nambsrc you will find: 
-     ​ln_ssr = .true. ​! Sea Surface Restoring on T and/or S (T => fill namsbc_ssr)+ 
 +       ​ln_ssr ​     ${ln_ssr} ​   Sea Surface Restoring on T and/or S       ​(T => fill namsbc_ssr) 
 +        
 +This is switched on from configuration file. So do not worry about it. If SURF_RESTO = TRUE in proj.conf, ​ then the surface restoring is activated ​      
 + 
 + 
 +Here there are some parameters that the user should check: 
 + 
 +    ​
       &​namsbc_ssr ​   !   ​surface boundary condition : sea surface restoring       &​namsbc_ssr ​   !   ​surface boundary condition : sea surface restoring
      ​!-----------------------------------------------------------------------      ​!-----------------------------------------------------------------------
-  
      ! filename ​         ! freq  ! variable name  ! time     ! clim     ! year or   ! weights ​  ! rot     ! mask      ! filename ​         ! freq  ! variable name  ! time     ! clim     ! year or   ! weights ​  ! rot     ! mask
      ​! ​            ​! ​                  ​! ​      ​! ​               ! interp ​  ​! ​         ! monthly ​  ! filename ​ ! pair    ! filename      ​! ​            ​! ​                  ​! ​      ​! ​               ! interp ​  ​! ​         ! monthly ​  ! filename ​ ! pair    ! filename
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      ​rn_sssr_bnd = 4.e0    !  ABS(Max/​Min) value of the damping erp term [mm/day]      ​rn_sssr_bnd = 4.e0    !  ABS(Max/​Min) value of the damping erp term [mm/day]
      /      /
-!-----------------------------------------------------------------------+     !----------------------------------------------------------------------- 
 + 
  
 Reference data Reference data
-Nudging files, as defined in fldread.F90. They can be one file per year (even if there are one record per month in it), or one separate file for each and every month. In the following example it's one file with 12 months, for each variable. 
  
 Note that the name of the file contains "​_yXXXX"​ where XXXX are the 4 digit of the year. Note that the name of the file contains "​_yXXXX"​ where XXXX are the 4 digit of the year.
  
-sst_restore_data_yXXXX.nc 
-sss_restore_data_yXXXX.nc 
  
-SST parameters :+SST parameters ​to be set :
  
 nn_sstr nn_sstr
  
-sn_sst +sn_sst file name = name of the file, in the formatsst_restore_data. if you use s4 or one of your exp, do not modify it. auto-ecearth will do the job. The name of the nudging file, is defined in fldread.F90,​ without the year suffix and the .nc
- +
-file name : Name of the nudging file, as defined in fldread.F90,​ without the year suffix and the .nc+
  
 frequency : the frequency of the data, usually 1 month, i.e. -1 frequency : the frequency of the data, usually 1 month, i.e. -1
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