Updated Atlantic High Latitude radiative flux products from OSI SAF available soon
OSI SAF updated Atlantic High Latitude radiative flux products available on EUMETCast from 4 June 2020.
22 January 2021
20 May 2020
The products are:
- Atlantic High Latitude Downward Longwave Irradiance (AHL DLI, ID: OSI-301-b)
- Atlantic High Latitude Surface Solar Irradiance (AHL SSI, ID: OSI-302-b)
They are new versions of the current OSI-301 and OSI-302 products. The main changes are algorithm improvements to extend the products over sea ice and overall quality improvement. Also, the two products are now delivered in one common netCDF4 file, instead of two separate GRIB files. Both products have operational status.
More details, including documentation (user manual, validation report, ATBD) and access to quicklooks, are available here:
The products will be distributed on EUMETCast as follows:
Multicast address: 126.96.36.199
Multicast address: 188.8.131.52
Multicast address: 184.108.40.206
Example filename: S-OSI_-NOR_-MULT-AHLDLISSI___-202004271200Z.nc
Users already subscribed to OSI SAF products via EUMETCast will receive these updated products automatically. Other users wishing to receive these products should register via our Earth Observation Portal (EOP).
For more information, contact our User Service Helpdesk.
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