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  Terra MOPITT Anomaly - Normal Operations Resumed

MOP03J.007

MOP03J

MOPITT CO gridded daily averages (Near and Thermal Infrared Radiances) V007 Information icon

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Project Title: 
MOPITT
Version: 
V7
Level: 
L3
Platform: 
Terra Satelite
Instrument: 
MOPITT
Spatial Coverage: 

(-65, 65)(-180,180)

Spatial Resolution: 

1 x 1 deg grid

Temporal Coverage: 

03/03/2000 - 02/17/2016

Temporal Resolution: 

Daily

File Format: 
HDF

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Earthdata Search:  Order Data

DOI: 

10.5067/TERRA/MOPITT/MOP03J_L3.007
(see below for Data Citation information)

Carbon Monoxide

Earthdata Search:  Order Data

OPeNDAP Access: OPeNDAP

FTP Access: Data Pool

To cite the data in publications:

MOPITT Science Team (2013), MOPITT/Terra Level 3 Gridded Daily CO (on a latitude/longitude/pressure grid) derived from Near and Thermal Infrared Radiances, version 7, Hampton, VA, USA:NASA Atmospheric Science Data Center (ASDC), Accessed <author citing data inserts date here> at doi: 10.5067/TERRA/MOPITT/MOP03J_L3.007