MEMORANDUM FOR: Great Lakes CoastWatch Users FROM: George A. Leshkevich, Great Lakes CoastWatch Manager SUBJECT: CoastWatch File Naming Convention Update DATE: 11/06/2001
|SSS||Satellite Code (N14, N16, etc.)|
|NR||CoastWatch Node and Regional Scene (l, m, s, e)|
|PP||Product Data Type (d1, s7, etc.)|
|TYP||File Format Type (cwf, gif, hdf, etc)|
File name format: RYYDDDHH.STT, where: R = CoastWatch Region Identifier YY = Last two digits of the year (99 = 1999, 00 = 2000) DDD = Day of the year HH = GMT Hour (00-23) or other designator = MM, Meterological Model S = CoastWatch Subregion Identifier (unique within region) TT = Type of Product Identifier For example, an SST image of Lake Superior , G9035814.SS1.
If a product is not confined to a subregion within a CoastWatch region, use the synoptic identifier for the subregion. Regional Identifiers: Subregional Identifiers: G = Great Lakes L = Entire 5 lake region synoptic S = Superior and northern Michigan high resolution M = Michigan and Huron high resolution E = Erie and Ontario high resolution E = Northeast Coast M = Gulf of Maine high resolution G = Georges Bank high resolution D = Dump site 106 high resolution S = Southern New England high resolution C = Chesapeake Bay high resolution N = Northeast Synoptic E = Extended NE Region S = Southeast N = North Carolina high resolution G = South Carolina and Georgia high resolution E = East Florida high resolution S = South Florida high resolution W = West Florida high resolution Y = Southeast synoptic X = Extended SE Region M = Gulf of Mexico T = Texas high resolution C = Central Gulf Coast high resolution W = West Florida high resolution L = Louisiana and Mississippi high resolution Y = Gulf of Mexico synoptic P = Yucatan Penisula high resolution W = West Coast Y = West Coast synoptic (GAC at CEMSCS) Z = West Coast synoptic (LAC subsampled at node) O = Oregon high resolution L = Southern California high resolution W = Washington high resolution S = Southwest region high resolution U = Northern California high resolution N = Northwest region high resolution C = Caribbean P = Puerto Rico high resolution J = Jamaica high resolution H = Hawaii Y = Hawaiian synoptic H = Main Is. Mesoscale A = Alaska A = Aleutian Islands synoptic Z = non-US coast P = Persian Gulf
Product Type Codes: C1 = channel 1 albedo C2 = channel 2 albedo C3 = channel 3 brightness temperatures C4 = channel 4 brightness temperatures C5 = channel 5 brightness temperatures CM = Cloud Mask D1 = daytime split-window MCSST D2 = daytime dual-window MCSST D3 = daytime triple-window MCSST D4 = daytime split-window CPSST D5 = daytime dual-window CPSST D6 = daytime triple-window CPSST D7 = daytime split-window NLSST D8 = daytime dual-window NLSST D9 = daytime triple-window NLSST MO = meterological observations (synoptic) OR = Ocean reflectance R1 = channel 1 reflectance R2 = channel 2 reflectance RC = aerosol-corrected reflectance (C1 & C2) RD = aerosol and Rayleigh corrected reflectance (C1 & C2) S1 = nighttime split-window MCSST S2 = nighttime dual-window MCSST S3 = nighttime triple-window MCSST S4 = nighttime split-window CPSST S5 = nighttime dual-window CPSST S6 = nighttime triple-window CPSST S7 = nighttime split-window NLSST S8 = nighttime dual-window NLSST S9 = nighttime triple-window NLSST SZ = satellite zenith angle ZS = satellite zenith angle ZA = solar zenith angle ZN = nadir angle (scan angle) ZR = relative azimuth angle