This package provides python bindings to the atmospheric component of TEOS-10. Also includes expanded metorological quantities like the equivalent potential temperature.
This package is still in beta testing phase and some of its functions are likely to evolve over time.
- Sea-Ice-Water (SIA) Library 3.0 + simple code fixes (for easy compilation)
- An extra module layer
Liq_Ice_Air_5d.F90with the temperature, the entropy, the potential temperature, the equivalent potential temperature and the pseudo equivalent potential temperature valid over the whole region of validity of TEOS-10.
- Two other extra modules
Ice_Air_4d.F90that are very similar to
Ice_Air_4b.F90but where one can specify a maximum saturation mass fraction in the definition of the Gibbs function. This allows to compute the equivalent potential temperature in a clean manner.
- A framework to add python bindings to the Fortran version of TEOS-10 with basic examples.
This package provides a simple way to import the TEOS-10 SIA Library into python. The current beta version offers a very basic interface to the library. Future versions will include a better interface and a more extensive physical description of the different routines available.
This package requires a Fortran 90 compiler. Sometimes numpy.disutils will not find the installed Fortran compiler and will return an error. It this happens, download the source code and run:
$ f2py -c --help-fcompiler
To find the list of available compilers and then compile:
$ python setup.py build --fcompiler=gnu95
if ‘gnu95’ was in the list.
1.0.4 : New equivalent potential temperature and its approximate version.
1.0.3 : Must compute f2py in setup.py but now using a more portable method.
1.0.1 : Package comes with pre-computed f2py files for easier portability.
1.0 : Important bug fix on PYPI
0.9.5 : Some minimal testing and code publication improvements
0.9.2 : Finished moving netCDF interface to package pyteos_nc
0.9.1 : Moved netCDF interface to package pyteos_nc
0.9 : Improve netCDF interface
0.8 : Fixed a warning signal with missing values
0.7 : The interpolation is now much faster
0.6 : Faster netcdf interface for computing interpolated thermodynamic quantities.
Frederic Laliberte, February 17 2015