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CF-Conventions File Checker    View details    Process XML    Submit a request   
This form allows you to run the "cfchecks.py" script to check that the contents of a NetCDF file comply with the Climate and Forecasts (CF) Metadata Convention. The CF-checker was developed at the Hadley Centre for Climate Prediction and Research, UK Met Office by Rosalyn Hatcher. This work was supported by PRISM (PRogramme for Integrated Earth System Modelling). Development and maintenance for the CF-checker has now been taken over by the NCAS Computational Modelling Services (NCAS-CMS). If you have suggestions for improvement then please contact Rosalyn Hatcher at NCAS-CMS (r.s.hatcher@reading.ac.uk).
Extract UK Station Data    View details    Process XML    Submit a request   
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Get Weather Stations    View details    Process XML    Submit a request   
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Subsetter    View details    Process XML    Submit a request    See USER GUIDE
A Subsetting tool that allows the extraction of variable subsets from a range of datasets. The user can select a dataset, a single variable, time range and bounding box. The output format can also be selected (NetCDF or CSV) along with instructions on how to divide output files into sensible time chunks. The tool uses CDAT's CDMS (Climate Data Management System) libraries to interact with the datasets in the archives. The extraction jobs run on the batch processing servers and the user is e-mailed when the job has completed.