IMOS NetCDF Conventions: Conventions and Reference Tables, Version 1.4.2, June 30th 2021.
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The main purpose of this document is to specify the format of the files that are used to distribute IMOS data, and to document the standards used therein. This includes naming conventions, or taxonomy, as well as metadata content. The IMOS NetCDF Conventions document was originally based on the one prescribed by the OceanSITES User’s Manual, version 1.1. As both documents have evolved since, there are now significant differences between them but we will try to reduce this gap in the future. The OceanSITES program is the global network of open-ocean sustained time series reference stations that have been implemented by an international partnership of researchers. The IMOS NetCDF Conventions document also draws on documents that have been produced for the IMOS project (see References)......
PublisherIntegrated Marine Observing System (IMOS)
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)14.a
Essential Ocean Variables (EOV)N/A
Spatial CoverageAustralia waters
CitationIntegrated Marine Observing System (2021) IMOS NetCDF Conventions : Conventions and Reference Tables Version 1.4.2. Hobart, Tasmania. Integrated Marine Observing System, 60pp. DOI: https://doi.org/10.26198/ytxm-vm43