Smos-ee-to-netcdf


#1

I am using the conversion package smos-ee-to-netcdf.
I converted the file

SM_OPER_MIR_SCSF1C_20160901T004528_20160901T013848_620_001_1.zip

and obtained the netCDF file

SM_OPER_MIR_SCSF1C_20160901T004528_20160901T013848_620_001_1.nc

The Snapshot_ID ranges from 359004384 to 359011420
However, the Snapshot_ID_of_Pixel has values up to 359011580

which means I cannot get some of the snapshot information for Snapshot_ID ranging from 359011421 to 359011580.

Can you help me with that ?

Thanks !

You can get the input file from this ftp server:
ftp depot.cmc.ec.gc.ca
Name: ftp
Password: (none, hit enter)
passive
cd upload/mrb/caya
get SM_OPER_MIR_SCSF1C_20160901T004528_20160901T013848_620_001_1.zip

I used the command

smos-ee-to-nc.sh SM_OPER_MIR_SCSF1C_20160901T004528_20160901T013848_620_001_1.zip


#2

Hi,
wanted to have a look at this. Unfortunately I can’t find the files on the ftp server. It looks empty.


#4

Hi Marco,

Tom Block was able to download the file.
I just checked and the file is still there.
Can you try again please ?
You have to

cd upload/mrb/caya/

blindly.

Thank you for helping !


#5

It still empty for me. See here:

Anyway, if Tom has the files then it’s ok. I just wanted to have a look because he is on travel currently.

Cheers


#6

You really have to go to upload/mrb/caya/
manually, even if you don’t see the subdirectories.


#7

Ah, that’s the trick. :slight_smile:
Now, I got the file.
Thanks


#8

Dear Alain,

you picked a bug in the exporter.

I could reproduce and fix it. The fix will be publicly available on the next SMOS-Box update, scheduled for beginning of March.

Best regards,

Tom