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Top left is avg Ch for 09Z during June 2002. Top right is same but using MYJSFC from WRFv3.0 Bottom left is same but using MYJSFC from WRFv3.1 Bottom right shows difference between v3.1 and control (<+/-0.2 masked)

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Top left is avg Ch for 09Z during June 2002. Top right shows Ch difference using MYJSFC from WRFv3.0 Bottom left shows Ch difference using MYJSFC from WRFv3.1 Bottom right shows difference between v3.1 and v3.0 Note different scales

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Top left is avg Ch for 20Z during June 2002. Top right is same but using MYJSFC from WRFv3.0 Bottom left is same but using MYJSFC from WRFv3.1 Bottom right shows difference between v3.1 and control (<+/-0.2 masked)

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Top left is avg Ch for 20Z during June 2002. Top right shows Ch difference using MYJSFC from WRFv3.0 Bottom left shows Ch difference using MYJSFC from WRFv3.1 Bottom right shows difference between v3.1 and v3.0 Note different scales

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Top left is diurnal avg Ch for June 2002 over the west, central and east portion of domain. Top right shows decrease of Ch using MYJSFC from WRFv3.0 Bottom left shows decrease of Ch using MYJSFC from WRFv3.1 Bottom right shows difference between v3.1 and v3.0

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Top left is avg sensible heat flux for 09Z during June 2002. Top right shows HFX difference using MYJSFC from WRFv3.0 Bottom left shows HFX difference using MYJSFC from WRFv3.1 Bottom right shows difference between v3.1 and v3.0 (< +/-2 W/m2 masked)

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Top left is avg sensible heat flux for 20Z during June 2002. Top right shows HFX difference using MYJSFC from WRFv3.0 Bottom left shows HFX difference using MYJSFC from WRFv3.1 Bottom right shows difference between v3.1 and v3.0 (< +/-2 W/m2 masked)

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Top left is diurnal avg Ch for June 2002 over the west, central and east portion of domain. Top right shows decrease of Ch using MYJSFC from WRFv3.0 Bottom left shows decrease of Ch using MYJSFC from WRFv3.1 Bottom right shows difference between v3.1 and v3.0

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