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Replace GEOMS-TE-UVVIS-DOAS-OFFAXIS-AEROSOL-007.csv

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2,DATETIME,DATETIME,MJD2K,DOUBLE,Mean 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 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 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,Duration of the MAXDOAS measurements corresponding to the retrieved profile,x 2,INTEGRATION.TIME,DATETIME,s,REAL,Duration of the MAXDOAS measurements corresponding to the retrieved profile,x
2,LATITUDE.INSTRUMENT,CONSTANT,deg,REAL,Inst. Geolocation 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 east (decimal degrees) of the location of the instrument (+ for east 2,LONGITUDE.INSTRUMENT,CONSTANT,deg,REAL,Inst. geolocation east (decimal degrees) of the location of the instrument (+ for east; - for west),x
2,ALTITUDE.INSTRUMENT,CONSTANT,m,REAL,Inst. geolocation 2,ALTITUDE.INSTRUMENT,CONSTANT,m,REAL,Inst. geolocation; altitude of the instrument relative to the location site,x
2,WAVELENGTH,[CONSTANT|WAVELENGTH],nm,REAL,Wavelength (Can be a vector if retrieval is made at different wavelengths. Then all retrieved variables have an additional wavelength dependence.),x 2,WAVELENGTH,[CONSTANT|WAVELENGTH],nm,REAL,Wavelength (Can be a vector if retrieval is made at different wavelengths. Then all retrieved variables have an additional wavelength dependence.),x
2,ALTITUDE,[ALTITUDE|DATETIME 2,ALTITUDE,[ALTITUDE|DATETIME;ALTITUDE],km,REAL,Retrieval effective altitude vector - possibly also dependent on DATETIME - in which case it becomes a 2D matrix,x
2,PRESSURE_INDEPENDENT,DATETIME 2,PRESSURE_INDEPENDENT,DATETIME;ALTITUDE,hPa,REAL,Effective air pressure at each altitude,x
2,PRESSURE_INDEPENDENT_SOURCE,[CONSTANT|DATETIME|DATETIME 2,PRESSURE_INDEPENDENT_SOURCE,[CONSTANT|DATETIME|DATETIME;ALTITUDE],[empty],STRING,Pressure profile source (e.g. NCEP; Sonde; ECMWF etc.),x
2,TEMPERATURE_INDEPENDENT,DATETIME 2,TEMPERATURE_INDEPENDENT,DATETIME;ALTITUDE,K,REAL,Effective air temperature at each altitude,x
2,TEMPERATURE_INDEPENDENT_SOURCE,[CONSTANT|DATETIME|DATETIME 2,TEMPERATURE_INDEPENDENT_SOURCE,[CONSTANT|DATETIME|DATETIME;ALTITUDE],[empty],STRING,Temperature profile source (e.g. Lidar; NCEP; Sonde; ECMWF etc.),x
2,ALTITUDE.BOUNDARIES,[ALTITUDE 2,ALTITUDE.BOUNDARIES,[ALTITUDE;INDEPENDENT|DATETIME;ALTITUDE;INDEPENDENT],km,REAL,2D matrix with on each row the lower and upper boundaries of the layers for which the partial columns are provided. In layer-based retrieval these are equal to the lower and upper boundaries of the respective retrieval layers. This matrix becomes 3D if the ALTITUDE.BOUNDARIES varies with DATETIME,x
2,WIND.DIRECTION.SURFACE_INDEPENDENT,DATETIME,deg,REAL,Wind direction at the station using WMO definition (wind from the north is 360 2,WIND.DIRECTION.SURFACE_INDEPENDENT,DATETIME,deg,REAL,Wind direction at the station using WMO definition (wind from the north is 360; from the east is 90 and so on. No wind (calm) is 0),o
2,WIND.DIRECTION.SURFACE_INDEPENDENT_SOURCE,[CONSTANT|DATETIME],[empty],STRING,Wind direction source (e.g. Anemometer 2,WIND.DIRECTION.SURFACE_INDEPENDENT_SOURCE,[CONSTANT|DATETIME],[empty],STRING,Wind direction source (e.g. Anemometer; ECMWF etc.),x if WIND.DIRECTION.SURFACE_INDEPENDENT reported
2,WIND.SPEED.SURFACE_INDEPENDENT,DATETIME,m s-1,REAL,Wind speed at the station,o 2,WIND.SPEED.SURFACE_INDEPENDENT,DATETIME,m s-1,REAL,Wind speed at the station,o
2,WIND.SPEED.SURFACE_INDEPENDENT_SOURCE,[CONSTANT|DATETIME],[empty],STRING,Wind speed source (e.g. Anemometer 2,WIND.SPEED.SURFACE_INDEPENDENT_SOURCE,[CONSTANT|DATETIME],[empty],STRING,Wind speed source (e.g. Anemometer; ECMWF etc.),x if WIND.SPEED.SURFACE_INDEPENDENT reported
2,ANGLE.SOLAR_ZENITH.ASTRONOMICAL,DATETIME,deg,REAL,The solar astronomical zenith angle at which the measurement was taken,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,ANGLE.VIEW_AZIMUTH,DATETIME,deg,REAL,The azimuth viewing direction of the instrument using north as the reference plane and increasing clockwise (0 for north 2,ANGLE.VIEW_AZIMUTH,DATETIME,deg,REAL,The azimuth viewing direction of the instrument using north as the reference plane and increasing clockwise (0 for north; 90 for east and so on),x
2,ANGLE.VIEW_ZENITH,DATETIME,deg,REAL,The zenith viewing direction of the instrument,x 2,ANGLE.VIEW_ZENITH,DATETIME,deg,REAL,The zenith viewing direction of the instrument,x
2,LATITUDE,DATETIME 2,LATITUDE,DATETIME;ALTITUDE,deg,REAL,The latitude of the effective air mass at each altitude (+ for north; - for south),o
2,LONGITUDE,DATETIME 2,LONGITUDE,DATETIME;ALTITUDE,deg,REAL,The longitude of the effective air mass at each altitude (+ for east; - for west),o
2,CLOUD.CONDITIONS,DATETIME,[empty],STRING,Possible Values: clear-sky 2,CLOUD.CONDITIONS,DATETIME,[empty],STRING,Possible Values: clear-sky; thin clouds; thick clouds; broken clouds; [empty]. [empty] means that the cloud retrieval is not successful; not possible or missing,x
2,AEROSOL.SINGLE.SCATTERING.ALBEDO_INDEPENDENT,[DATETIME|DATETIME 2,AEROSOL.SINGLE.SCATTERING.ALBEDO_INDEPENDENT,[DATETIME|DATETIME;WAVELENGTH],1,REAL,The aerosol single scattering albedo used for the retrievals,o
2,AEROSOL.ASYMMETRY.FACTOR_INDEPENDENT,[DATETIME|DATETIME 2,AEROSOL.ASYMMETRY.FACTOR_INDEPENDENT,[DATETIME|DATETIME;WAVELENGTH],1,REAL,The aerosol asymmetry factor of the phase function used for the retrievals,o
2,AEROSOL.EXTINCTION.COEFFICIENT_SCATTER.SOLAR.OFFAXIS,[DATETIME 2,AEROSOL.EXTINCTION.COEFFICIENT_SCATTER.SOLAR.OFFAXIS,[DATETIME;ALTITUDE|DATETIME;WAVELENGTH;ALTITUDE],km-1,REAL,Retrieved aerosol extinction vertical profile,x
2,AEROSOL.EXTINCTION.COEFFICIENT_SCATTER.SOLAR.OFFAXIS_UNCERTAINTY.RANDOM.COVARIANCE,[DATETIME 2,AEROSOL.EXTINCTION.COEFFICIENT_SCATTER.SOLAR.OFFAXIS_UNCERTAINTY.RANDOM.COVARIANCE,[DATETIME;ALTITUDE;ALTITUDE|DATETIME;WAVELENGTH;ALTITUDE;ALTITUDE],km-2,REAL,Total random error covariance matrix associated with the retrieved aerosol extinction vertical profile (without smoothing error!),x
2,AEROSOL.EXTINCTION.COEFFICIENT_SCATTER.SOLAR.OFFAXIS_UNCERTAINTY.SYSTEMATIC.COVARIANCE,[DATETIME 2,AEROSOL.EXTINCTION.COEFFICIENT_SCATTER.SOLAR.OFFAXIS_UNCERTAINTY.SYSTEMATIC.COVARIANCE,[DATETIME;ALTITUDE;ALTITUDE|DATETIME;WAVELENGTH;ALTITUDE;ALTITUDE],km-2,REAL,Total systematic error covariance matrix associated with the retrieved vertical profile (expressed in same units as the profile),x
2,AEROSOL.EXTINCTION.COEFFICIENT_SCATTER.SOLAR.OFFAXIS_AVK,[DATETIME 2,AEROSOL.EXTINCTION.COEFFICIENT_SCATTER.SOLAR.OFFAXIS_AVK,[DATETIME;ALTITUDE;ALTITUDE|DATETIME;WAVELENGTH;ALTITUDE;ALTITUDE],1,REAL,A or Averaging kernel matrix for retrieved target profile. The fastest running index corresponds to the column index of the AVK transformation matrix,o
2,AEROSOL.EXTINCTION.COEFFICIENT_SCATTER.SOLAR.OFFAXIS_APRIORI,[DATETIME 2,AEROSOL.EXTINCTION.COEFFICIENT_SCATTER.SOLAR.OFFAXIS_APRIORI,[DATETIME;ALTITUDE|DATETIME;WAVELENGTH;ALTITUDE],km-1,REAL,A-priori target vertical profile,x if AEROSOL.EXTINCTION.COEFFICIENT_SCATTER.SOLAR.OFFAXIS_AVK reported
2,AEROSOL.OPTICAL.DEPTH.TROPOSPHERIC_SCATTER.SOLAR.OFFAXIS,[DATETIME|DATETIME 2,AEROSOL.OPTICAL.DEPTH.TROPOSPHERIC_SCATTER.SOLAR.OFFAXIS,[DATETIME|DATETIME;WAVELENGTH],1,REAL,The total tropospheric aerosol optical depth retrieved from the measurements.,x
2,AEROSOL.OPTICAL.DEPTH.TROPOSPHERIC_SCATTER.SOLAR.OFFAXIS_UNCERTAINTY.RANDOM.STANDARD,[DATETIME|DATETIME 2,AEROSOL.OPTICAL.DEPTH.TROPOSPHERIC_SCATTER.SOLAR.OFFAXIS_UNCERTAINTY.RANDOM.STANDARD,[DATETIME|DATETIME;WAVELENGTH],1,REAL,Total random uncertainty on the retrieved total tropospheric aerosol optical depth (expressed in same units as the column) (without smoothing error),x
2,AEROSOL.OPTICAL.DEPTH.TROPOSPHERIC_SCATTER.SOLAR.OFFAXIS_UNCERTAINTY.SYSTEMATIC.STANDARD,[DATETIME|DATETIME 2,AEROSOL.OPTICAL.DEPTH.TROPOSPHERIC_SCATTER.SOLAR.OFFAXIS_UNCERTAINTY.SYSTEMATIC.STANDARD,[DATETIME|DATETIME;WAVELENGTH],1,REAL,Total systematic uncertainty on the retrieved total tropospheric aerosol optical depth (expressed in same units as the column) (without smoothing error),x
2,AEROSOL.OPTICAL.DEPTH.TROPOSPHERIC_SCATTER.SOLAR.OFFAXIS_AVK,[DATETIME 2,AEROSOL.OPTICAL.DEPTH.TROPOSPHERIC_SCATTER.SOLAR.OFFAXIS_AVK,[DATETIME;ALTITUDE|DATETIME;WAVELENGTH;ALTITUDE],1,REAL,Averaging kernel matrix associated with the total tropospheric aerosol optical depth,o
2,AEROSOL.OPTICAL.DEPTH.TROPOSPHERIC_SCATTER.SOLAR.OFFAXIS_APRIORI,[DATETIME|DATETIME 2,AEROSOL.OPTICAL.DEPTH.TROPOSPHERIC_SCATTER.SOLAR.OFFAXIS_APRIORI,[DATETIME|DATETIME;WAVELENGTH],1,REAL,A-priori total tropospheric aerosol optical depth,x if AEROSOL.OPTICAL.DEPTH.TROPOSPHERIC_SCATTER.SOLAR.OFFAXIS_AVK reported
4,SOURCE.PRODUCT,INDEPENDENT,[empty],STRING,Information relevant to the source history of the Metadata and Data,o 4,SOURCE.PRODUCT,INDEPENDENT,[empty],STRING,Information relevant to the source history of the Metadata and Data,o
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