How to import high resolution terrain

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JMeans
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How to import high resolution terrain

Post by JMeans » Tue Nov 19, 2019 4:58 pm

I need to create a geography data set that is higher resolution (maybe much higher) than the standard 30 second data sets included with WRF. I think this topic has been covered in bits and pieces in this forum before, but I haven't been able to find a systematic description of how to create one and use it in WRF UEMS. If someone can point me to the best places to look for this procedure, I would appreciate it. If anyone is wondering, I am running a high resolution model that includes the Grand Canyon, so I would like to get down to 30 meter or even 10 meter geographic resolution if I can.

Thanks.

meteoadriatic
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Re: How to import high resolution terrain

Post by meteoadriatic » Wed Nov 20, 2019 10:46 am

There was a guide that I used, but I cannot find it online anymore, it looks it dissapeared. However as I downloaded it, I'm putting it for you on my server

http://file.meteoadriatic.net/JMeans/guide.pdf

As it seems removed from original location, I'm not sure if author wants it to be online anymore so I will remove it after you affirm that you downloaded it. In a case anyone else need it let me know again.

Apart from that, please consider this paper:
https://www.envidat.ch/dataset/30c985c3 ... tation.pdf

Now I didn't used EMS for that so there might be small differences somewhere, who knows.

JMeans
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Re: How to import high resolution terrain

Post by JMeans » Wed Nov 20, 2019 4:52 pm

Thank you Meteoadriatic. I have downloaded both of those documents now, I will take a look a them.

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