GEOS-Chem Community Mission: to advance understanding of human and natural influences on the environment
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.
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GEOS-Chem v11-02-final will also carry the designation GEOS-Chem 12.0.0. We are migrating to a purely numeric versioning system in order to adhere more closely to software development best practices. For a complete description of the new versioning system, please see our GEOS-Chem version numbering system wiki page.
|Getting started w/ GEOS-Chem:||Welcome letter for new users||GEOS-Chem basics|
|Current release candidate:||v11-02-release-candidate||v11-02 benchmark history|
|Pending major release:||GEOS-Chem 12.0.0
aka v11-02-final in the
old version number system
|v11-02 benchmark history|
|Version for HPC environments:||GEOS-Chem HP||GEOS-Chem HP Status|
|List of publications:||Refer to this page|
|GEOS-Chem public license:||License agreement document||List of developers|
GEOS-Chem Code Developers' Forums
|| Current met field products
Obsolete met field products
|Aerosols||Benchmarking and Evaluation|
|Nested grid simulations||Diagnostics|
|Related projects||Other resources|
|NCAR Command Language (NCL)||Wiki documentation|