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TES/Aura L2 Formic Acid (FOR) Lite Nadir V6 (TL2FORLN)

TES/Aura L2 Formic Acid (FOR) Lite Nadir (TL2FORLN)

Project Title: 
TES
Version: 
V6
Level: 
L2
Instrument: 
TES/Aura L2 Formic Acid
Spatial Coverage: 

5.3 km nadir

Spatial Resolution: 

0.5 x 5 km nadir

Temporal Coverage: 

07/15/2004 - Present

File Format: 
HDF-EOS

Earthdata Search:  Order Data

Quality Summary: 
DOI: 

10.5067/AURA/TES/TL2FORLN_L2.006
(see below for Data Citation information)

Vertical Resolution
Formic Acid Volume Mixing Ratio
Precision

Search and Order: Earthdata Search 

FTP  Access:  Data Pool

OPeNDAP Access: OPeNDAP

Product Specific Documentation

Guide Documents
Archive Reports
Quality Summary

Project Documentation

To cite the data in publications:
TES Science Team (2013), TES/Aura Level 2, Formic Acid Nadir, version 6, Hampton, VA, USA: NASA Atmospheric Science Data Center (ASDC), Accessed <author citing data inserts date here> at doi: 10.5067/AURA/TES/TL2FORLN_L2.006