File: ENMET.TXT 20 March 1998 Edo depth error correction: replace bad value with previous value. GLOBEC EN259 - Standard processing. 17625 data records EN260 - Standard processing. 7641 data records. EN261 - Standard processing except added SSTHULL. SSTHULL is only SST in 15 & 60 minute averages. 14168 data records. EN262 - Standard Processing with SSTHULL. 22,489 records. EN263 - Standard Processing with SSTHULL. EN264 - Standard Processing with SSTHULL. 116,543 records. EN265 - Standard processing with all variables up to now plus long-wave radiation. 15,742 records. EN266 - Standard processing with all variables up to now plus short-wave radiation except that the SW values should be divided by about 5. 18,198 records. EN267 - Very dirty. Had 3 gaps, one 11 hours with a few smatterings of data. Processed with interpolating form of ENMET. 39,198 records, 783 interpolated records. EN268 - Data gap 20:47:17 to 24:00:00 on last day. Filled it with linearly interpolated data. There was a problem with short wave formatting in raw data. Values > 999.9 read ****. Replaced garbage with 999.9 except for a few not near the middle of the day which were replaced with previous value. A number of gaps in Edo depth. 8465 records, 284 interpolated. EN269 - 12 hour gap in AT, RH, BP, LW on day 194. A few SW values of **** near mid day. Replaced them with 999.9. A number of gaps in Edo depth. 4946 records, 3 interpolated. EN275 - No short-wave or long-wave => all zeros in output files. Very little usable Edo depth. 8540 records, 94 interpolated. EN276 - Data gap from 20:11:57 Jan 19 (19.84163) through 18:21:52 Jan 20 (20.76519). Linearly interpolated through it except for SW. Linear interpolation of SW from 19.84163 to zero at sunset, -4.0 until sunrise, linear interpolation to value at 20.76588. Edo depth had a lot of error values which were mostly correctible. 18,110 records, 1330 interpolated. EN278 - Air temp went below -9.9 for a few hours after the first midnight but the Endeavor format only had room for 4 characters so all those values were ****. Subsituted -9.9 for ****. The rest of the file was fairly clean. 18,053 records, 104 interpolated. EN279 - Pretty clean. No special problems. 14,018 records, 5 interpolated. EN280 - Very clean except that there is a gap from 0347-2155Z on 12 March (day 071) which I linearly interpolated all variables through. 15,266 records, 1089 interpolated. EN282 - Clean except there were about 20 overrange points in short wave radiation and the EDO depth was pretty noisy. 17,946 records, 0 interpolated. EN283 - Fairly clean and short. 17 interpolated records. Reprocessed with ENMET283. Generally good data. 8148 data records, 16 interpolated. EN286 - Processed with ENMET286. RH very noisy. Edo depth had few values so I filled in with Chirp Sonar. Poor quality in combination. 30335 data records, 690 interpolated. EN287 - Clean except for noisy Edo depth. 26,990 data records, 22 interpolated EN288 - Pretty clean. 10,713 records, 15 interpolated. EN290 - Quite clean and short but SW,LW,EDOZ are all 0.0 throughout the file. 5181 records, 0 interpolated. EN292 - Very clean file. Almost no editing required. Only a few hours of Edo depth, however. 15017 records, 2 interpolated. EN293 - Very clean. No Edo depth. 8052 records, no interpolated. EN295 - Very clean. Little useful Edo depth. Blocks of both GPS data missing, but not simultaneously. 37,455 records, 4 interpolated. EN296 - Second GPS missing through most of file. Not significant since I usually use the Trimble. About 2 hours of SW & LW data missing on day 69 in early afternoon. Heavy clouds so SW low and LW steady. Interpolated values. Only a very few Edo depth values. 18067 records, 8 interpolated. EN297 - About 4 hours of SW and LW values missing in YD 89. Most of Edo depths there with short gaps and numerous bad individual values. 16592 records, 0 interpolated. EN298 - 2:18 gap on day 97. Linearly interpolated through it. Almost no Edo depth data. 17822 records, 141 interpolated.