GEOS-Chem configuration files
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This page describes the configuration files that are read by GEOS-Chem. Configuration files are automaticaly added to a GEOS-Chem run directory when it is created. The configuration files contain "out-of-the-box" default settings for each type of GEOS-Chem simulation. But you can edit these files to customize your GEOS-Chem simulation with different options.
List of GEOS-Chem configuration files
Below is a table listing GEOS-Chem input files that reside in the run directory.
Configuration files that specify user inputs are located in each GEOS-Chem run directory.
You can edit any of the default settings in these files to change the options that will be used in your GEOS-Chem simulation.
|input.geos||File containing all GEOS-Chem user options, such as:
|HEMCO_Config.rc||Specifies emission inventories (as well as other data sources) that you want to read into in GEOS-Chem via the [https://hemco.readthedocs.io Harmonized Emisions Component (HEMCO).||hemco.readthedocs.io|
|[Thttps://geos-chem.readthedocs.io/en/latest/gcc-guide/03-config/hemco-diagn.html HEMCO_Diagn.rc]||Specifies diagnostic archival options for emissions and related quantities computed by HEMCO emissions component.||hemco.readthedocs.io|
|[HISTORY.rc]||Specifies which GEOS-Chem diagnostics will be archived to netCDF output (for both GEOS-Chem "Classic" and GCHP modes)||Guide to GEOS-Chem History diagnostics|
Photolysis and chemistry mechanism configuration files
This content has been migrated to the 'Photolysis and chemistry configuration files chapter of geos-chem.readthedocs.io.
GEOS-Chem species database
This content has been moved to the species_database.yml chapter of geos-chem.readthedocs.io