Commit 360ff5c0 authored by Ian Boyd's avatar Ian Boyd
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Replace GEOMS-TE-PANDORA-DIRECTSUN-GAS-002.csv

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2,DATETIME,DATETIME,MJD2K,DOUBLE,Mean time of the measurement sequence used for each retrieval
2,DATETIME.START,DATETIME,MJD2K,DOUBLE,Start time of the measurement sequence used for each retrieval
2,DATETIME.STOP,DATETIME,MJD2K,DOUBLE,End time of the measurement sequence used for each retrieval
2,DATETIME,DATETIME,MJD2K,DOUBLE,Mean time of the measurement sequence used for each retrieval; defined relative to reference datetime of Jan. 1 2000 at 0:00:00 UT which is equal to 0.00,x
2,DATETIME.START,DATETIME,MJD2K,DOUBLE,Start time of the measurement sequence used for each retrieval; defined relative to reference datetime of Jan. 1 2000 at 0:00:00 UT which is equal to 0.00,x
2,DATETIME.STOP,DATETIME,MJD2K,DOUBLE,End time of the measurement sequence used for each retrieval; defined relative to reference datetime of Jan. 1 2000 at 0:00:00 UT which is equal to 0.00,x
2,INTEGRATION.TIME,DATETIME,s,REAL,Effective measurement time,x
2,LATITUDE.INSTRUMENT,CONSTANT,deg,REAL,Inst. geolocation. Latitude north (decimal degrees) of the location of the instrument (+ for north
2,LONGITUDE.INSTRUMENT,CONSTANT,deg,REAL,Inst. geolocation. Longitude east (decimal degrees) of the location of the instrument (+ for east
2,LATITUDE.INSTRUMENT,CONSTANT,deg,REAL,Inst. geolocation. Latitude north (decimal degrees) of the location of the instrument (+ for north; - for south),x
2,LONGITUDE.INSTRUMENT,CONSTANT,deg,REAL,Inst. geolocation. Longitude east (decimal degrees) of the location of the instrument (+ for east; - for west),x
2,ALTITUDE.INSTRUMENT,CONSTANT,m,REAL,Inst. geolocation. Altitude of the instrument relative to the location site,x
2,ANGLE.SOLAR_ZENITH.ASTRONOMICAL,DATETIME,deg,REAL,The solar astronomical zenith angle at which the measurement was taken,x
2,ANGLE.SOLAR_AZIMUTH,DATETIME,deg,REAL,The solar azimuth angle at which the measurement was taken using north as the reference plane and increasing clockwise (0 for north
2,ANGLE.SOLAR_AZIMUTH,DATETIME,deg,REAL,The solar azimuth angle at which the measurement was taken using north as the reference plane and increasing clockwise (0 for north; 90 for east and so on),x
2,[GAS].COLUMN_ABSORPTION.SOLAR,DATETIME,DU,REAL,Total vertical column of target gas retrieved from Direct Sun DOAS measurements,x
2,[GAS].COLUMN_ABSORPTION.SOLAR_UNCERTAINTY.RANDOM.STANDARD,DATETIME,DU,REAL,Total random uncertainty on the total column (expressed in same units as the column) (without smoothing error) retrieved from Direct Sun DOAS measurements,x
2,[GAS].COLUMN_ABSORPTION.SOLAR_AMF,DATETIME,1,REAL,Air Mass Factor,x
2,[GAS].COLUMN_ABSORPTION.SOLAR_FLAG,DATETIME,1,INTEGER,Data quality flag: 0=assured high quality
2,SOURCE.PRODUCT,INDEPENDENT,[empty],STRING,Native Pandora data file name in form Original_Archive
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2,[GAS].COLUMN_ABSORPTION.SOLAR_FLAG,DATETIME,1,INTEGER,Data quality flag: 0=assured high quality; 1=assured medium quality; 2=assured low quality; 10=not-assured high quality; 11=not-assured medium quality; 12=not-assured low quality,x
2,SOURCE.PRODUCT,INDEPENDENT,[empty],STRING,Native Pandora data file name in form Original_Archive;Original_Filename;Original_File_Generation_Date,x
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