22 | | * In the array `gcoords`, the first index specifies the grid point while the second specifies the coordinate~~, thus~~ `gcoords(1,1)` is the first coordinate for grid point 1, `gcoords(1,2)` is the second coordiate for grid point 1, while `gcoords(2,1)` is the first coordiate for grid point 2. The coordinates need to be consistent with the indices specified in `thisobs%id_obs_p` since these specify the elements of the state vector that are interpolated. Only the first `n_dim` entries of ocoord will be used for the interpolation. |

| 22 | * In the array `gcoords`, the first index specifies the grid point while the second specifies the coordinate. Thus, `gcoords(1,1)` is the first coordinate for grid point 1, `gcoords(1,2)` is the second coordiate for grid point 1, while `gcoords(2,1)` is the first coordiate for grid point 2. The coordinates need to be consistent with the indices specified in `thisobs%id_obs_p` since these specify the elements of the state vector that are interpolated. Only the first `n_dim` entries of ocoord will be used for the interpolation. |