which will result in a file morse_v3.tar, which can be unpacked usinguncompress morse_v3.tar.Z
tar -xvf morse_v3.tar
This expands into a directory morse_v3 including several subdirectories and a file README.txt which is listed below:
This directory contains sufficient files to compile and run a MORSE pT and H2O retrieval for a single profile of MIPAS data. ./source/ MORSE source code ./CS/ Look-Up Tables for pT and H2O microwindows ./MW/ Microwindow database files containing masks and irregular grids ./L1C/ MIPAS microwindows for Scan#13 Orbit 2081 (24Jul02, 45degN) ./morse_files/ auxiliary files required by MORSE ./hitran/ Dummy HITRAN-type binary file (containing only H2O 791-808cm-1) ./xsc/ Cross section molecules (containing only aerosol in this case) ./pt/ driver table and microwindow list for pT retrieval ./h2o/ driver table and microwindow list for H2O retrieval (./pt/sample/ and ..h2o/sample/ contain sample outputs generated during a run of morse in each directory). When you have unpacked the data, 1. change to directory /source and compile morse by typing f77 *.for -o morse 2. change to directory /pt and run the pT retrieval by typing ../source/morse 3. change to directory /h2o and run the H2O retrieval by typing ../source/morse Retrieved profiles are called morse.rtv and morse.atm created in the /pT and /h2o directories, which can be compared with the equivalent files in subdirectory /sample See MORSE documentation on http://www.atm.ox.ac.uk/MORSE/ for further information.