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Refactor ozone code, and misc. small fixes

(1) Restructure ozone code (#1276) in
    preparation for new ozone parameterization.

(2) Fix non-standard hexadecimal constant
    (#1271), needed for gfortran 10

(3) Remove support for CISM1 (#1226)

(4) Move final WaterGridcellBalance call out to clm_driver (resolves
    #1286)

(5) Only add WA and QCHARGE history fields if use_aquifer_layer is true
    (resolves #1281)

(6) Consolidate conditional structures for VIC initialization (resolves
    #1287)

- Resolves #1286 (Move call to WaterGridcellBalance out to
  the driver)
- Resolves #1281 (Remove deprecated history output)
- Resolves #1287 (Inconsistent logic for VIC initialization
  can cause crash in debug mode)
- Resolves #1270 (Hexadecimal constants use non-standard
  Fortran)
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README.md

CTSM

DOI

Overview and resources

The Community Terrestrial Systems Model.

This includes the Community Land Model (CLM5.0 and CLM4.5) of the Community Earth System Model.

For documentation, quick start, diagnostics, model output and references, see

http://www.cesm.ucar.edu/models/cesm2.0/land/

and

https://escomp.github.io/ctsm-docs/

For help with how to work with CTSM in git, see

https://github.com/ESCOMP/CTSM/wiki/Quick-start-to-CTSM-development-with-git

and

https://github.com/ESCOMP/ctsm/wiki/Recommended-git-setup

For support with model use, troubleshooting, etc., please use the CTSM forum (or other appropriate forum) here:

https://xenforo.cgd.ucar.edu/cesm/

To get updates on CTSM tags and important notes on CTSM developments join our low traffic email list:

https://groups.google.com/a/ucar.edu/forum/#!forum/ctsm-dev

(Send email to ctsm-software@ucar.edu if you have problems with any of this)

CTSM code management team

CTSM code management is provided primarily by:

Software engineering team:

Science team: