The GEOS–Chem model is a global 3-D model of atmospheric composition driven by assimilated meteorological observations from the Goddard Earth Observing System (GEOS) of the NASA Global Modeling and Assimilation Office. It is applied by research groups around the world to a wide range of atmospheric composition problems, Central management and support of the model is provided by the Atmospheric Chemistry Modeling Group at Harvard University.
This wiki is meant to facilitate communication between GEOS-Chem users and developers. If you would like to contribute to the wiki, please register as a user by clicking the appropriate link above.
General Information about GEOS-Chem
The links below provide more information about general GEOS-Chem topics.
Introduction and Overview
- GEOS-Chem Overview
- GEOS-Chem Vision
- GEOS-Chem Management Charter
- GEOS-Chem People & Projects
- GEOS-Chem welcome letter for new users
- GEOS-Chem programming staff
Getting Started with GEOS-Chem
- Minimum system requirements for GEOS-Chem
- Downloading GEOS-Chem source code and data
- GEOS-Chem code development cycle
- GEOS-Chem programming resources (e.g. tutorials, user guides, etc.)
- GEOS-Chem Programming Style Guide
General Technical Information
- Tips on how to debug GEOS-Chem effectively
- Reporting GEOS-Chem bugs
- Parallelizing GEOS-Chem with the OpenMP directives
- Common GEOS-Chem error messages
Code Developers' Forums
These pages contain more specific information about coding issues, emissions, chemistry, met fields, version history, and other aspects of GEOS-Chem. GEOS-Chem users and developers should feel free to contribute to these pages and to initiate discussion on the various topics listed here.
- Anthropogenic emissions
- Biofuel emissions
- Biogenic emissions
- Biomass burning emissions
- Lightning NOx emissions