[pyngl-talk] wmo tropopause

Mahesh Kovilakam mkmvarma at gmail.com
Thu Aug 10 09:29:02 MDT 2023

I was trying to reproduce the results from NCL using trop_wmo function. I
finally got the source code and found stattrop_dp.f file and tried to
convert it to python. But, I was unable to reproduce the values in Example
1 of https://www.ncl.ucar.edu/Document/Functions/Built-in/trop_wmo.shtml.
Does anyone here know if there is anything else that is used in trop_wmo
function? My python script produces prtop as 85 mb whereas the example 1
shows the ptrop as 106.05 mb.
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