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https://coastwatch.noaa.gov//erddap/griddap/noaacwSMAPsss3Daily https://coastwatch.noaa.gov//erddap/griddap/noaacwSMAPsss3Daily.graph https://coastwatch.noaa.gov//erddap/wms/noaacwSMAPsss3Daily/request Sea Surface Salinity, SMAP, Near Real-Time, Global 0.25°, 2015-present, Daily Sea Surface Salinity - Near Real Time - SMAP Daily Composite. CoastWatch/OceanWatch Level-3 SSS products are generated directly from the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) SMAP Level-2B SSS near real time swath HDF5 files. These products improve the application of satellite SSS products in NOAA by minimizing the data latency to within 24 hours of Level-2 data availability\n\ncdm_data_type = Grid\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][altitude][latitude][longitude]):\nsss (SMAP Sea Surface Salinity, PSU)\nsss_dif (SMAP Sea Surface Salinity minus World Ocean Atlas Value, PSU)\nssw (SMAP Wind Speed, m/sec)\nl2_time (Time from L2 files, seconds since 1970-01-01T00:00:00Z)\nl2_lat (Latitude from L2 files, degrees_north)\nl2_lon (Longitude from L2 files, degrees_north)\n https://coastwatch.noaa.gov//erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/noaacwSMAPsss3Daily_fgdc.xml https://coastwatch.noaa.gov//erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/noaacwSMAPsss3Daily_iso19115.xml https://coastwatch.noaa.gov//erddap/info/noaacwSMAPsss3Daily/index.htmlTable https://coastwatch.noaa.gov/cw/satellite-data-products/sea-surface-salinity/smap.html https://coastwatch.noaa.gov//erddap/rss/noaacwSMAPsss3Daily.rss NOAA NESDIS CoastWatch noaacwSMAPsss3Daily
https://coastwatch.noaa.gov//erddap/griddap/noaacwBLENDEDNRTcurrentsDaily https://coastwatch.noaa.gov//erddap/griddap/noaacwBLENDEDNRTcurrentsDaily.graph https://coastwatch.noaa.gov//erddap/files/noaacwBLENDEDNRTcurrentsDaily/ Sea Surface Currents (Geostrophic), Altimetry (S-3A/B,CryoSat2,Jason-2/3,SARAL), Near Real-Time, \nGlobal 0.25°, 2017-present, Daily The altimetry data are from RADS (http://rads.tudelft.nl/rads/rads.shtml), the Radar Altimetry Database System, first developed at Delft University of Technology, now also at the NOAA and the European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT). The RADS data for each mission is updated with state of the art corrections for tides, atmospheric path delay, etc. Because they are all computed consistently between the various missions, this avoids the possibility of introducing biases and drifts because of the different implementation of the various corrections by different agencies. The goals of RADS are to provide a homogenous dataset of sea level anomalies, wave heights, and wind speeds, along with database selection and analysis tools.\n\ncdm_data_type = Grid\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][latitude][longitude]):\nu_current (m/s)\nv_current (m/s)\n https://coastwatch.noaa.gov//erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/noaacwBLENDEDNRTcurrentsDaily_fgdc.xml https://coastwatch.noaa.gov//erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/noaacwBLENDEDNRTcurrentsDaily_iso19115.xml https://coastwatch.noaa.gov//erddap/info/noaacwBLENDEDNRTcurrentsDaily/index.htmlTable https://coastwatch.noaa.gov https://coastwatch.noaa.gov//erddap/rss/noaacwBLENDEDNRTcurrentsDaily.rss NOAA NESDIS CoastWatch noaacwBLENDEDNRTcurrentsDaily
https://coastwatch.noaa.gov//erddap/griddap/noaacwBLENDEDsshDaily https://coastwatch.noaa.gov//erddap/griddap/noaacwBLENDEDsshDaily.graph https://coastwatch.noaa.gov//erddap/wms/noaacwBLENDEDsshDaily/request https://coastwatch.noaa.gov//erddap/files/noaacwBLENDEDsshDaily/ Sea Surface Height Anomalies, Altimetry (S-3A/B,CryoSat2,Jason-2/3,SARAL), Near Real-Time, Global 0.25°, 2017-present, Daily The altimetry data are from RADS (http://rads.tudelft.nl/rads/rads.shtml), the Radar Altimetry Database System, first developed at Delft University of Technology, now also at the NOAA and the European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT). The RADS data for each mission is updated with state of the art corrections for tides, atmospheric path delay, etc. Because they are all computed consistently between the various missions, this avoids the possibility of introducing biases and drifts because of the different implementation of the various corrections by different agencies. The goals of RADS are to provide a homogenous dataset of sea level anomalies, wave heights, and wind speeds, along with database selection and analysis tools.\n\ncdm_data_type = Grid\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][latitude][longitude]):\nsla (Sea Level Anomalies, m)\n https://coastwatch.noaa.gov//erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/noaacwBLENDEDsshDaily_fgdc.xml https://coastwatch.noaa.gov//erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/noaacwBLENDEDsshDaily_iso19115.xml https://coastwatch.noaa.gov//erddap/info/noaacwBLENDEDsshDaily/index.htmlTable https://coastwatch.noaa.gov/cw_html/SSH_SeaLevelAnomaly.html https://coastwatch.noaa.gov//erddap/rss/noaacwBLENDEDsshDaily.rss NOAA NESDIS CoastWatch noaacwBLENDEDsshDaily
https://coastwatch.noaa.gov//erddap/griddap/noaacwBLENDEDSQsshDaily https://coastwatch.noaa.gov//erddap/griddap/noaacwBLENDEDSQsshDaily.graph https://coastwatch.noaa.gov//erddap/wms/noaacwBLENDEDSQsshDaily/request https://coastwatch.noaa.gov//erddap/files/noaacwBLENDEDSQsshDaily/ Sea Surface Height Anomalies, Altimetry (S-3A/B,CryoSat2,Jason-2/3,SARAL), Delayed, Global 0.25°, 2012-2019, Daily The altimetry data are from RADS (http://rads.tudelft.nl/rads/rads.shtml), the Radar Altimetry Database System, first developed at Delft University of Technology, now also at the NOAA and the European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT). The RADS data for each mission is updated with state of the art corrections for tides, atmospheric path delay, etc. Because they are all computed consistently between the various missions, this avoids the possibility of introducing biases and drifts because of the different implementation of the various corrections by different agencies. The goals of RADS are to provide a homogenous dataset of sea level anomalies, wave heights, and wind speeds, along with database selection and analysis tools.\n\ncdm_data_type = Grid\nVARIABLES (all of which use the dimensions [time][latitude][longitude]):\nsla (Sea Level Anomalies, m)\n https://coastwatch.noaa.gov//erddap/metadata/fgdc/xml/noaacwBLENDEDSQsshDaily_fgdc.xml https://coastwatch.noaa.gov//erddap/metadata/iso19115/xml/noaacwBLENDEDSQsshDaily_iso19115.xml https://coastwatch.noaa.gov//erddap/info/noaacwBLENDEDSQsshDaily/index.htmlTable https://coastwatch.noaa.gov/cw_html/SSH_SeaLevelAnomaly.html https://coastwatch.noaa.gov//erddap/rss/noaacwBLENDEDSQsshDaily.rss NOAA NESDIS CoastWatch noaacwBLENDEDSQsshDaily

 

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