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First download the esmf tar file from http://www.earthsystemmodeling.org/esmf_releases/public/ESMF_7_1_0r/reg/ESMF_Framework_Down.html Then install netcdf library and gfortran compiler using sudo apt-get install git tcsh pkg-config sudo apt-get install gfortran sudo apt-get install netcdf-bin libnetcdf-dev libnetcdff-dev sudo apt-get install openmpi-bin ...


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I got the solution https://www.researchgate.net/post/How_to_convert_the_units_of_specific_cloud_liquid_water_from_ERA5_kg_kg_to_kg_m2 and https://www.nwpsaf.eu/site/download/documentation/rtm/docs_rttov12/rttov_gas_cloud_aerosol_units.pdf In the above link the conversions between $\small\mathsf{kg/kg}$ , $\small\mathsf{g/m^3}$ , $\small\mathsf{kg/m^2}$ ...


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The simplest way I've found in Python is to use the getvar function with the 'ua,' 'va,' or 'wa' variables from the WRF-Python module. Alternatively, you can take the midpoint between the staggers. Edit: For example, using the WRF-Python module, you can get the destaggered wind variables with the following code import netcdf4 as nc import wrf f=...


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I've come to a solution. I have followed @gansub's suggestion to check what there is already there, before reinventing the wheel. I found MetPy's code very (too) well structured, so the code for advection was sparse among several different functions; not so immediate to trace back and put a function together. However, GrADS brings a very nice example on how ...


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