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Links to the [http://oceandynamics.ust.hk/index.html|2011 Hong Kong Workshop] lectures are provided below. This was a ten-day workshop on how to set up and run ROMS, offered by Dale Haidvogel, Jian-ping Gan, and Kate Hedstrom, with the able assistance of Rob Cermak in the lab. Equations were shown in the mornings in a classroom situation while more practical topics were covered in the afternoons in a computer lab.
This was a ten-day workshop on how to set up and run ROMS, offered by Dale Haidvogel, Jian-ping Gan, and Kate Hedstrom, with the able assistance of Rob Cermak in the lab. Equations were shown in the mornings in a classroom situation while more practical topics were covered in the afternoons in a computer lab.
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==Download Laboratory Lectures and Exercises==
 
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Links to the [http://oceandynamics.ust.hk/index.html|2011 Hong Kong Workshop] lectures are provided below.
 
  
 
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Revision as of 08:46, 14 January 2011

2011 Hong Kong Workshop

Links to the Hong Kong Workshop lectures are provided below. This was a ten-day workshop on how to set up and run ROMS, offered by Dale Haidvogel, Jian-ping Gan, and Kate Hedstrom, with the able assistance of Rob Cermak in the lab. Equations were shown in the mornings in a classroom situation while more practical topics were covered in the afternoons in a computer lab.


Download Laboratory Lectures and Exercises

Week 1:

  • Lecture 1:   PDF   Introduction to Linux/Unix
  • Lecture 2:   PDF   Diff, grep, and patch
  • Lecture 3:   PDF   Tour of online ROMS resources
  • Lecture 4:   PDF   Overview of git for ROMS users
  • Lecture 5:   PDF   Hands-on git, making three branches
  • Lecture 6:   PDF   Overview of the ROMS code structure
  • Lecture 7:   PDF   Intro to running ROMS and plotting output
  • Lecture 8:   PDF   Overview of the NetCDF library

Week 2:

  • Lecture 9:   PDF   Bering Sea - a more complex application
  • Lecture 10:   PDF   Some examples of adding variables to ROMS (not for the faint of heart)
  • Lecture 11:   PDF   Very quick intro to Python
  • Lecture 12:   PDF   Overview of grid generation
  • Lecture 13:   PDF   Introduction to python tools for ROMS
  • Lecture 14:   PDF   MPI parallel programming in ROMS
  • Lecture 15:   PDF   ROMS ecosystem modeling - with fish!
  • Lecture 16:   PDF   Some random last tips

We also went through a Yellow Sea example, for which the files are online at [1].