SYNOP stations from WMO GTS added

Information at WMO SYNOP stations with open data access have been extracted from WMO BUFR to NetCDF/CF. This is now available in the catalogue. Information on the data centre hosting the data is correct, but the data is provided by the WMO members, not the Norwegian Meteorological Institute. Work is in progress on how to proper credit the originating provider.

Maintenance

Backend services are updated June 30 and July 1. Interruptions in operation may occur.

New functionality

An interactive service that can be used to validate NetCDF/CF and ACDD files have been added to the Support section. This is available through https://applicate.met.no/dataset_validation/form.

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Scheduled Maintenance

This site will undergo scheduled maintenance on April 27th. Short interruptions are expected between 9am and 11am CET.

Preparation of information from WMO GTS

Extraction of information from WMO GTS and ingestion in the data portal is now in process. Information from the synoptic weather stations have been prepared. During ingestion there may be some inconsistencies in how these data are presented. This work will continue through the weekend of March 23-26. Data from radiosondes and ships are also in process, but not that mature yet.

YOPP Observation Layer for the Antarctic

YOPP Observations in the Antarctic region. This is a combination of existing and planned observation efforts. Further information on the background information is available from http://www.polarprediction.net/yopp-activities/yopp-observations-layer/.

YOPP Observation Layer for the Arctic

YOPP Observations in the Arctic region. This is a combination of existing and planned observation efforts. Further information on the background information is available from http://www.polarprediction.net/yopp-activities/yopp-observations-layer/.

Firewall operations and Scheduled maintenance

A Failover operation has been scheduled on Thursday February 22 at 12:30 Norwegian time.

It will have a short, but widespread impact on network traffic in Oslo. Expected Maintenance Duration: 30 Minutes
 

In addition, this site will undergo scheduled maintenance on Monday February 26.

Short interruptions in operation may occur during the whole day.

How to encode data

The best way to integrate with the APPLICATE Data Portal at the data level is to serve data (observational or analysed/simulated) through the Open-source Project for a Network Data Access Protocol (OPeNDAP).

APPLICATE Post Processing Environment

The APPLICATE Post Processing environment is a service to the APPLICATE community. It has tools for working with data (including ESMValTool).

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