Viewing posts from November, 2002
Posted by: CEDA_site Admin in Met Office data 14 years, 10 months ago
Met Office Stratospheric Data - - NESDIS made a change to NOAA-16 processing affecting the stratospheric data ============================================================ Message from the Met Office: "NESDIS made a change to NOAA-16 processing on 22/11/02, which they expected to be null but has actually caused a significant degradation. As a result it has been excluded from the observations since then. This has significantly effected the stratospheric data. Efforts are being made to rectify this problem and we hope to be able to carry out reruns within a few weeks. Sorry for the inconvenience. In addition to the NOAA-16 problems we have realised that we have been failing to use NOAA-17 observations, which is why the impact of NOAA-16 failing was so severe. We hope to begin using the NOAA-17 observations operationally today, and reruns should follow." BADC Support 27th November 2002
Posted by: CEDA_site Admin in Satellite data 14 years, 10 months ago
Haloe Level 2 version 19 data now updated to 21 October 2002 ============================================================ More information about this dataset is available at http://www.badc.rl.ac.uk/data/haloe/ BADC Support 20/11/02.
Posted by: CEDA_site Admin in Other 14 years, 10 months ago
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