NOAA NCEP EMC CFS MONTHLY_REALTIME SFLUX 0-10_cm_down TMP: 0-10 cm down Temp. data

MONTHLY_REALTIME SFLUX 0-10_cm_down TMP 0-10 cm down Temp. from NOAA NCEP EMC CFS: Climate Forecast System.

Independent Variables (Grids)

L (forecast_period)
grid: /L (months) ordered (0.5 months) to (9.5 months) by 1.0 N= 10 pts :grid
Member
grid: /M (unitless) ordered (1.0) to (4.0) by 1.0 N= 4 pts :grid
S (forecast_reference_time)
grid: /S (days since 2009-01-01) ordered (0000 15 May 2009) to (0000 24 Sep 2012) by 1.0 N= 1229 pts :grid
Longitude (longitude)
grid: /X (degree_east) periodic (0) to (1.875W) by 1.875 N= 192 pts :grid
Latitude (latitude)
grid: /Y (degree_north) ordered [ (88.54195N) (86.65314N) (84.75323N) (82.85075N) (80.94735N) (79.04348N) (77.13935N) (75.23505N) (73.33065N) (71.42618N) (69.52166N) (67.6171N) (65.71251N) (63.80789N) (61.90326N) (59.9986N) (58.09394N) (56.18927N) (54.2846N) (52.37991N) (50.47522N) (48.57052N) (46.66581N) (44.7611N) (42.8564N) (40.95168N) (39.04697N) (37.14225N) (35.23753N) (33.3328N) (31.42808N) (29.52335N) (27.61863N) (25.7139N) (23.80917N) (21.90444N) (19.99971N) (18.09497N) (16.19024N) (14.28551N) (12.38078N) (10.47604N) (8.571307N) (6.666573N) (4.761838N) (2.857103N) (0.9523676N) (0.9523676S) (2.857103S) (4.761838S) (6.666573S) (8.571307S) (10.47604S) (12.38078S) (14.28551S) (16.19024S) (18.09497S) (19.99971S) (21.90444S) (23.80917S) (25.7139S) (27.61863S) (29.52335S) (31.42808S) (33.3328S) (35.23753S) (37.14225S) (39.04697S) (40.95168S) (42.8564S) (44.7611S) (46.66581S) (48.57052S) (50.47522S) (52.37991S) (54.2846S) (56.18927S) (58.09394S) (59.9986S) (61.90326S) (63.80789S) (65.71251S) (67.6171S) (69.52166S) (71.42618S) (73.33065S) (75.23505S) (77.13935S) (79.04348S) (80.94735S) (82.85075S) (84.75323S) (86.65314S) (88.54195S)] :grid

Other Info

bufferwordsize
4
cNZ
0
datatype
realarraytype
gribfield
1
gribNumBits
14
gribparam
84
missing_value
9.99900026E20
pointwidth
0
units
K
standard units*
degree_Kelvin above 0

References

Saha, S., S. Nadiga, C. Thiaw, J. Wang, W. Wang, Q. Zhang, H.M. Van Den Dool, H.-L. Pan, S. Moorthi, D. Behringer, D. Stokes, M. Pena, S. Lord, G. White,W. Ebisuzaki, P. Peng, and P. Xie, 2006:The NCEP Climate Forecast System. J. Climate 19 (15): 3483-3517.

Last updated: Fri, 18 Sep 2015 18:39:07 GMT

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Filters

Here are some filters that are useful for manipulating data. There are actually many more available, but they have to be entered manually. See Ingrid Function Documentation for more information. Average over X Y M L S | X Y X M X L X S Y M Y L Y S M L M S L S | X Y M X Y L X Y S X M L X M S X L S Y M L Y M S Y L S M L S | X Y M L X Y M S X Y L S X M L S Y M L S | X Y M L S |
RMS (root mean square with mean *not* removed) over X Y M L S | X Y X M X L X S Y M Y L Y S M L M S L S | X Y M X Y L X Y S X M L X M S X L S Y M L Y M S Y L S M L S | X Y M L X Y M S X Y L S X M L S Y M L S | X Y M L S |
RMSA (root mean square with mean removed) over X Y M L S | X Y X M X L X S Y M Y L Y S M L M S L S | X Y M X Y L X Y S X M L X M S X L S Y M L Y M S Y L S M L S | X Y M L X Y M S X Y L S X M L S Y M L S | X Y M L S |
Maximum over X Y M L S | X Y X M X L X S Y M Y L Y S M L M S L S | X Y M X Y L X Y S X M L X M S X L S Y M L Y M S Y L S M L S | X Y M L X Y M S X Y L S X M L S Y M L S | X Y M L S |
Minimum over X Y M L S | X Y X M X L X S Y M Y L Y S M L M S L S | X Y M X Y L X Y S X M L X M S X L S Y M L Y M S Y L S M L S | X Y M L X Y M S X Y L S X M L S Y M L S | X Y M L S |
Detrend (best-fit-line) over X Y M L S | X Y X M X L X S Y M Y L Y S M L M S L S | X Y M X Y L X Y S X M L X M S X L S Y M L Y M S Y L S M L S | X Y M L X Y M S X Y L S X M L S Y M L S | X Y M L S |
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