- Negative radiances - This has been a "problem" since the beginning. It is
NOT a bug, just one of the difficulties in dealing with a complex system. You can get
negative radiances when the energy level is very low overall (e.g., at 3.7 microns),
and when the cloud phase function (represented by the asymmetry
parameter) is poorly approximated by the Henyey-Greenstein function.
The easiest solution is to increase the number of Legendre coefficients and
possibly the number of streams. Note, however, that the problem cannot always
be solved this way.
- Watcom Fortran - This version of Fortran does not allow character strings
of length 2400 as used in 'replace.f' and 'print.f'. Reducing the size of
these strings "fixes" the problem, but you will not be able to have as
many continuation lines in $PRINT and $REPLACE statements.
- VMS - VMS does not have the 'getarg' function, which affects passing the
Streamer input file name as a command line argument. See the User's
Guide for a work-around.