YetAnotherCoupler 3.1.1

This method supports source fields that are defined on points at the grid corners, cells, or edges.
For each source point this method searches for the nearest target point. It is possible to limit the search radius for the target points. Around the target point a bounding circle is then generated. The field value of the source point will then be distributed among all nonmasked target points within this circle. Weights for each source point are computed such that their sum is 1.0. The user can select the method that is being used for the computation of these weight. If multiple source point contribute to a target point, their contributions are summed up. Target points not associated with any source point will not get any value.
This method has been implemented in particular to cover the mapping of the hydrological discharge. This quantity is provided on selected cells at the coastline. In ICON, the discharge is assembled at coastal land cells and then stored on the nearest ocean cells on the donor grid. The goal of all other interpolation schemes is to generate an interpolation for target cells. In contrast to that, this method aims to be mass conserving and not to loose any water from the donor cells.
Radius of bounding circle in degree (default: spread_distance: 0.0
)
Valid range: 0.0 <= spread_distance < 90.0
A radius of 0.0 results in the source field values being assigned to the single closest target point.
Maximum search radius in degree (default: max_search_distance: 0.0
)
Valid range: 0.0 <= max_search_distance < 180.0
A radius of 0.0 results in the search radius not being limited.
weighted: arithmetic_average
)arithmetic_average
Simple average
spread_distance = 0.0  spread_distance = 0.5  spread_distance = 1.0  spread_distance = 2.0 

distance_weighted
Inverse distance weighted
spread_distance = 0.0  spread_distance = 0.5  spread_distance = 1.0  spread_distance = 2.0 
