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README.md
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3 2 Welcome to Phlag, the Phytoplankton Lagrangian Model! The model has been
4 3 designed to be very user-friendly, however some modifications must be done to
5 4 fit with your machine. So, please read the following steps to correctly start
6 5 the model.
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8   -### 1) COMPILATION
  7 +#### 1. Compile the model
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10 9 + Ensure first that `gfortran` is installed on your machine.
11 10 + Ensure that the NETCDF FORTRAN libraries are installed on your machine.
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15 14 + You can also delete all object file and the executable by using the command
16 15 `make mrproper`.
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18   -### 2) USE THE MODEL
  17 +#### 2. Use the model
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20 19 + The model use namelists in `nml/` allowing to change some parameter values
21 20 without recompiling the source code.
22 21 + outputs will be generated in the directory `output/`.
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24   -### 3) USE THE MODEL WITH GOTM
  23 +#### 3. Use the model with GOTM
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26 25 + The model can call GOTM to produce a diffusivity profile. If you want to use
27 26 this feature you have to change the value of the parameter `mix_state`
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30 29 all the GOTM namelists you need in the directory `gotm/`. You should also
31 30 create a symbolic link of the executable in the directory `gotm/`.
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33   -### 4) USE BATCH MODE
  32 +#### 4. Use the model in the batch mode
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35 34 + You can also run the model in batch mode. To do this, you must change the
36 35 file `batch_bio_pbs.sh`.
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38 37 Have fun!
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40   - For question, please contact me at mailto:baudryjeremy@gmail.com
  39 + For question, please contact me at baudryjeremy@gmail.com
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