So, the error you posted in the image indicates that the model species “ASO4IJ” was not found in your combine file.
Based on your run script, it looks like your input M3_Files are the raw CMAQ ACONC output files and not combine files. You need to run the program combine first to create a single file for the 01/11/2015-01/14/2015 period.
In addition to putting all the days into a single file, combine also creates “new” species for AMET to use. For example, the combine program creates the new species “ASO4IJ” from the “ASO4I” and “ASO4J” species in the raw CMAQ ACONC output files. The error you’re seeing is because AMET is looking for the species “ASO4IJ” in your input CMAQ files but can’t find them. This error will occur repeatedly for a number of species since AMET looks for a lot species that are not in the raw CMAQ output files and are only available after you run combine.
There are instructions in the AMET documentation on how to run combine for AMET. Please take a look at those instructions. You could use the aqProject_pre_and_post.csh to accomplish this. Once setup properly, that script will run combine for your project in addition to all the things that the aqProject_post_only.csh script does. You just need to point it to the location of your raw CMAQ output files.
Also note that when you look at your files in VERDI, you’ll see there is no species called “ASO4IJ”. Again this is because that species (and many others) is only available after you run combine.
Let me know if you need further assistance getting combine files created.