Minimum system requirements for GEOS-Chem
- Minimum system requirements
- Installing required software
- Configuring your computational environment
- Downloading source code
- Downloading data directories
- Creating run directories
- Configuring runs
- Output files
- Python tools for use with GEOS-Chem
- Coding and debugging
- Further reading
This manual will walk you through setting up and running GEOS-Chem simulations in "Classic" mode (using OpenMP parallelization across several cores of a single computational node).
If you interested in using GEOS-Chem's high-performance mode (GCHP) to parallelize across hundreds or thousands of computational cores, please see: https://gchp.readthedocs.io.
System requirements for GEOS-Chem Classic
Before obtaining the GEOS-Chem source code, you should consider if your computational system meets the minimum system requirements. Please see the following chapters for more information: