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Model times and graphics
      #50296 - Fri Aug 26 2005 07:17 PM

Ok, a couple of questions, all related to the GFDL model:

1. I have noticed that the Pacific models come out a couple hours earlier than the Atlantic models. What is the reason for this?

2. I have noticed (on both FSU and PSU TCGENISIS sites) that the Vorticity graphics are always missing now. They didn't used to be I don't think. Also, I've noticed that often even the pressure is missing for the first few model runs of GFDL. Again, what is going on?

--RC


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