Model initialization from ERA-Interim data: what happens with soil temperature? – in #10: INT2LM

in #10: INT2LM

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You are right. Presently only the initial soil water is taken from the coarse grid model in climate mode (yinput_model=‘CM’ and itype_w_so_rel > 0) . The initial soil temperature is calculated as an exponential function between the T_S from the coarse grid model and the climatological T_CL from the external data set. The T_SO in the reanalyses data is presently not used.
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You are right. Presently only the initial soil water is taken from the coarse grid model in climate mode (yinput_model=‘CM’ and itype_w_so_rel > 0) . The initial soil temperature is calculated as an exponential function between the T_S from the coarse grid model and the climatological T_CL from the external data set. The T_SO in the reanalyses data is presently not used.
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You are right. Presently only the initial soil water is taken from the coarse grid model in climate mode (yinput_model=‘CM’ and itype_w_so_rel > 0) . The initial soil temperature is calculated as an exponential function between the T_S from the coarse grid model and the climatological T_CL from the external data set. The T_SO in the reanalyses data is presently not used.

You are right. Presently only the initial soil water is taken from the coarse grid model in climate mode (yinput_model=‘CM’ and itype_w_so_rel > 0) . The initial soil temperature is calculated as an exponential function between the T_S from the coarse grid model and the climatological T_CL from the external data set. The T_SO in the reanalyses data is presently not used.