An analysis task for plotting maps of Antarctic sea ice thickness against observations.
Component and Tags:
component: seaIce tags: climatology, horizontalMap, seaIceThick, publicObs
The following configuration options are available for this task:
[climatologyMapSeaIceThickSH] ## options related to plotting horizontally remapped climatologies of ## sea ice thickness against reference model results and observations ## in the southern hemisphere (SH) # colormap for model/observations colormapNameResult = ice # color indices into colormapName for filled contours colormapIndicesResult = [20, 80, 110, 140, 170, 200, 230, 255] # colormap levels/values for contour boundaries colorbarLevelsResult = [0, 0.2, 0.4, 0.6, 0.8, 1, 1.5, 2, 2.5] # colormap for differences colormapNameDifference = balance # color indices into colormapName for filled contours colormapIndicesDifference = [0, 32, 64, 96, 128, 128, 160, 192, 224, 255] # colormap levels/values for contour boundaries colorbarLevelsDifference = [-3., -2.5, -2, -0.5, -0.1, 0, 0.1, 0.5, 2, 2.5, 3.] # Months or seasons to plot (These should be left unchanged, since # observations are only available for these seasons) seasons = ['FM', 'ON'] # comparison grid(s) ('latlon', 'antarctic') on which to plot analysis comparisonGrids = ['latlon'] # reference lat/lon for sea ice plots in the northern hemisphere minimumLatitude = -50 referenceLongitude = 180 # a list of prefixes describing the sources of the observations to be used observationPrefixes = [''] # arrange subplots vertically? vertical = False # observations files thicknessSH_ON = ICESat/ICESat_gridded_mean_thickness_SH_on.interp0.5x0.5_20180710.nc thicknessSH_FM = ICESat/ICESat_gridded_mean_thickness_SH_fm.interp0.5x0.5_20180710.nc
minimumLatitude determines what the northernmost latitude (in
degrees) included in the plot will be. The option
defines which longitude will be at the bottom of the plot.
observationPrefixes should be left as a list of the empty
string and is included for allowing easy code reuse with the
vertical = True can be used to plot 3 panels one above another
(resulting in a tall, thin image) rather than next to each other, the default
(resulting in a short, wide image).
The ability to modify observations files pointed to by
thicknessSH_FM is provided for debugging purposes and these options
should typically remain unchanged.
- For details on the remaining configration options, see: