Is there anybody who has run WRF-chem with chem_opt=16 successfully to simulate the green house gases? According to the User guide, it can be done in this way. But the detail is vague. Even the auxinput15_inname, which is the format of input file, could not found explanation.

Hence, any body can give me advice? If possible, a namelist.input may be great helpful.

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I still don't konw about the auxinput15.

BUT, in my case, I use auxinput5_inname='wrfchemi_d<domain>_<date>' for anthropogenic CO2 emission, and the other option about CO2 is set 16.

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    $\begingroup$ probably a question better suited for forum.wrfforum.com $\endgroup$ – farrenthorpe Mar 14 '18 at 16:58
  • $\begingroup$ @farrenthorpe maybe you should stick to links redirecting you to another SE site, rather than a random site. $\endgroup$ – Eevee Mar 14 '18 at 17:30

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