[Wrf-users] read_wrf_nc.f error

Feng Liu FLiu at azmag.gov
Tue May 31 10:07:24 MDT 2011

I think you failed to compile the program successfully due to incomplete flags. I wonder how did you compile this program?  If you are using Portland Group PGF90, for example, you may compile the program by:
pgf90 read_wrf_nc.f -L/path_of_your_netCDF_lib -lnetcdf -lm  -I/path_of_your_netCDF_include  -Mfree  -o read_wrf_nc

Hope this is helpful.

From: wrf-users-bounces at ucar.edu [mailto:wrf-users-bounces at ucar.edu] On Behalf Of Ehsan Beigi
Sent: Monday, May 30, 2011 5:34 PM
To: wrfhelp
Cc: wrf-users at ucar.edu
Subject: [Wrf-users] read_wrf_nc.f error

Dear Sir/Madam,

Thanks  for your previous help. I am trying to use read_wrf_nc.f for extracting my desire vaiables from wrf output files. i can see data inside me_em..nc* files, but i can not see the output  of wrf (wrfout.do1...), and this is my error message

/read_wrf_nc.f: line 1: Special: command not found
information: cannot open `information' (No such file or directory)
on:          cannot open `on' (No such file or directory)
the:         cannot open `the' (No such file or directory)
screen:      cannot open `screen' (No such file or directory)
./read_wrf_nc.f: line 3: Can: command not found
./read_wrf_nc.f: line 4: syntax error near unexpected token `('
./read_wrf_nc.f: line 4: `!  Can read double precision file (like WRF-Var)'

how can i extract some desired variables from wrfout files. i don't care about maps, i just need numbers. i really appreciate your help
On Fri, May 27, 2011 at 10:09 PM, wrfhelp <wrfhelp at ucar.edu<mailto:wrfhelp at ucar.edu>> wrote:
Yes, they are, unless you change them in the namelist.wps file. It should not change when you change stand_lon.
But you might want to change them if latitude 30 or 60 are not in your domain.


On May 27, 2011, at 10:00 AM, Ehsan Beigi wrote:
Dear Sir/Madam,
Thanks for your previous help.  is truelat1  =  30.0, and  truelat2  =  60.0 in Lambert projection is always the same for every domain? how about  stand_lon = -98.0? if they are different for each domain, how can i calculate them for my domain?

Best Regards

Ehsan Beigi


Ehsan Beigi
PhD Student
Department of Civil and and Environmental Engineering
2408 Patrick F. Taylor Hall
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, LA, 70803

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