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HIRDLS/Aura Level 3 Dinitrogen Pentoxide (N2O5) 1deg Lat Zonal Fourier Coefficients V007 (H3ZFCN2O5) at GES DISC
https://cmr.earthdata.nasa.gov/search/concepts/C1251100988GES_DISC.xmlDescription:The "HIRDLS/Aura Level 3 Dinitrogen Pentoxide (N2O5) Zonal Fourier Coefficients" version 7 data product (H3ZFCN2O) contains the entire mission (~3 years) of HIRDLS data expressed as zonal Fourier coefficients in 1 degree latitude bands from 64 to 80 degrees at 121 pressure levels. The coefficients are computed from the HIRDLS Level 2 profiles with a Kalman filter approach using both forward and backward passes in time. Expressed as the mean and up to 7 sine and cosine coefficients (4 waves for ascending and descending, 7 waves for combined), these coefficients may be used to compute values at any longitude. The data are provided on a pressure grid with 24 levels per decade, corresponding to about 1 km vertical resolution. The useful vertical range of the data is 82.5 to 1.0 hPa. The precision values are given by the rootmean square of the differences between the estimated fields and the input data. The data are stored in the version 5 Hierarchical Data Format for the Earth Observing System (HDFEOS5), which is an extension of the HDF5 format. Each file contains a zonal object with data for the entire mission with separate data fields for ascending (daytime), descending (nighttime), and combined orbit node.
Links: Temporal Extent: Spatial Extent:Minimum Bounding Rectangle: 64 180 80 180GES_DISC Short Name: H3ZFCN2O5 Version ID: 007 Unique ID: C1251100988GES_DISC

HIRDLS/Aura Level 3 Extinction at 12.1 Microns 1deg Lat Zonal Fourier Coefficients V007 (H3ZFC12MEXT) at GES DISC
https://cmr.earthdata.nasa.gov/search/concepts/C1251100759GES_DISC.xmlDescription:The "HIRDLS/Aura Level 3 Extinction at 12.1 Microns Zonal Fourier Coefficients" version 7 data product (H3ZFC12MEXT) contains the entire mission (~3 years) of HIRDLS data expressed as zonal Fourier coefficients in 1 degree latitude bands from 64 to 80 degrees at 121 pressure levels. The coefficients are computed from the HIRDLS Level 2 profiles with a Kalman filter approach using both forward and backward passes in time. Expressed as the mean and up to 7 sine and cosine coefficients (4 waves for ascending and descending, 7 waves for combined), these coefficients may be used to compute values at any longitude. The data are provided on a pressure grid with 24 levels per decade, corresponding to about 1 km vertical resolution. The useful vertical range of the data is 215 to 20 hPa. The precision values are given by the rootmean square of the differences between the estimated fields and the input data. The data are stored in the version 5 Hierarchical Data Format for the Earth Observing System (HDFEOS5), which is an extension of the HDF5 format. Each file contains a zonal object with data for the entire mission with separate data fields for ascending (daytime), descending (nighttime), and combined orbit node.
Links: Temporal Extent: Spatial Extent:Minimum Bounding Rectangle: 64 180 80 180GES_DISC Short Name: H3ZFC12MEXT Version ID: 007 Unique ID: C1251100759GES_DISC

HIRDLS/Aura Level 3 Extinction at 8.3 Microns 1deg Lat Zonal Fourier Coefficients V007 (H3ZFC8MEXT) at GES DISC
https://cmr.earthdata.nasa.gov/search/concepts/C1251100820GES_DISC.xmlDescription:The "HIRDLS/Aura Level 3 Extinction at 8.3 Microns Zonal Fourier Coefficients" version 7 data product (H3ZFC8MEXT) contains the entire mission (~3 years) of HIRDLS data expressed as zonal Fourier coefficients in 1 degree latitude bands from 64 to 80 degrees at 121 pressure levels. The coefficients are computed from the HIRDLS Level 2 profiles with a Kalman filter approach using both forward and backward passes in time. Expressed as the mean and up to 7 sine and cosine coefficients (4 waves for ascending and descending, 7 waves for combined), these coefficients may be used to compute values at any longitude. The data are provided on a pressure grid with 24 levels per decade, corresponding to about 1 km vertical resolution. The useful vertical range of the data is 215 to 20 hPa. The precision values are given by the rootmean square of the differences between the estimated fields and the input data. The data are stored in the version 5 Hierarchical Data Format for the Earth Observing System (HDFEOS5), which is an extension of the HDF5 format. Each file contains a zonal object with data for the entire mission with separate data fields for ascending (daytime), descending (nighttime), and combined orbit node.
Links: Temporal Extent: Spatial Extent:Minimum Bounding Rectangle: 64 180 80 180GES_DISC Short Name: H3ZFC8MEXT Version ID: 007 Unique ID: C1251100820GES_DISC

HIRDLS/Aura Level 3 Geopotential Height 1deg Lat Zonal Fourier Coefficients V007 (H3ZFCGPH) at GES DISC
https://cmr.earthdata.nasa.gov/search/concepts/C1251100913GES_DISC.xmlDescription:The "HIRDLS/Aura Level 3 Geopotential Height Zonal Fourier Coefficients" version 7 data product (H3ZFCGPH) contains the entire mission (~3 years) of HIRDLS data expressed as zonal Fourier coefficients in 1 degree latitude bands from 64 to 80 degrees at 121 pressure levels. The coefficients are computed from the HIRDLS Level 2 profiles with a Kalman filter approach using both forward and backward passes in time. Expressed as the mean and up to 7 sine and cosine coefficients (4 waves for ascending and descending, 7 waves for combined), these coefficients may be used to compute values at any longitude. The data are provided on a pressure grid with 24 levels per decade, corresponding to about 1 km vertical resolution. The useful vertical range of the data is 1000 to 0.01 hPa. The precision values are given by the rootmean square of the differences between the estimated fields and the input data. The data are stored in the version 5 Hierarchical Data Format for the Earth Observing System (HDFEOS5), which is an extension of the HDF5 format. Each file contains a zonal object with data for the entire mission with separate data fields for ascending (daytime), descending (nighttime), and combined orbit node.
Links: Temporal Extent: Spatial Extent:Minimum Bounding Rectangle: 64 180 80 180GES_DISC Short Name: H3ZFCGPH Version ID: 007 Unique ID: C1251100913GES_DISC

HIRDLS/Aura Level 3 Nitric Acid (HNO3) 1deg Lat Zonal Fourier Coefficients V007 (H3ZFCHNO3) at GES DISC
https://cmr.earthdata.nasa.gov/search/concepts/C1251100929GES_DISC.xmlDescription:The "HIRDLS/Aura Level 3 Nitric Acid (HNO3) Zonal Fourier Coefficients" version 7 data product (H3ZFCHNO3) contains the entire mission (~3 years) of HIRDLS data expressed as zonal Fourier coefficients in 1 degree latitude bands from 64 to 80 degrees at 121 pressure levels. The coefficients are computed from the HIRDLS Level 2 profiles with a Kalman filter approach using both forward and backward passes in time. Expressed as the mean and up to 7 sine and cosine coefficients (4 waves for ascending and descending, 7 waves for combined), these coefficients may be used to compute values at any longitude. The data are provided on a pressure grid with 24 levels per decade, corresponding to about 1 km vertical resolution. The useful vertical range of the data is 215 to 5.1 hPa. The precision values are given by the rootmean square of the differences between the estimated fields and the input data. The data are stored in the version 5 Hierarchical Data Format for the Earth Observing System (HDFEOS5), which is an extension of the HDF5 format. Each file contains a zonal object with data for the entire mission with separate data fields for ascending (daytime), descending (nighttime), and combined orbit node.
Links: Temporal Extent: Spatial Extent:Minimum Bounding Rectangle: 64 180 80 180GES_DISC Short Name: H3ZFCHNO3 Version ID: 007 Unique ID: C1251100929GES_DISC

HIRDLS/Aura Level 3 Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) 1deg Lat Zonal Fourier Coefficients V007 (H3ZFCNO2) at GES DISC
https://cmr.earthdata.nasa.gov/search/concepts/C1251101003GES_DISC.xmlDescription:The "HIRDLS/Aura Level 3 Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) Zonal Fourier Coefficients" version 7 data product (H3ZFCNO2) contains the entire mission (~3 years) of HIRDLS data expressed as zonal Fourier coefficients in 1 degree latitude bands from 64 to 80 degrees at 121 pressure levels. The coefficients are computed from the HIRDLS Level 2 profiles with a Kalman filter approach using both forward and backward passes in time. Expressed as the mean and up to 7 sine and cosine coefficients (4 waves for ascending and descending, 7 waves for combined), these coefficients may be used to compute values at any longitude. The data are provided on a pressure grid with 24 levels per decade, corresponding to about 1 km vertical resolution. The useful vertical range of the data is 100 to 5.1 hPa. The precision values are given by the rootmean square of the differences between the estimated fields and the input data. The data are stored in the version 5 Hierarchical Data Format for the Earth Observing System (HDFEOS5), which is an extension of the HDF5 format. Each file contains a zonal object with data for the entire mission with separate data fields for ascending (daytime), descending (nighttime), and combined orbit node.
Links: Temporal Extent: Spatial Extent:Minimum Bounding Rectangle: 64 180 80 180GES_DISC Short Name: H3ZFCNO2 Version ID: 007 Unique ID: C1251101003GES_DISC

HIRDLS/Aura Level 3 Nitrous Oxide (N2O) 1deg Lat Zonal Fourier Coefficients V007 (H3ZFCN2O) at GES DISC
https://cmr.earthdata.nasa.gov/search/concepts/C1251100984GES_DISC.xmlDescription:The "HIRDLS/Aura Level 3 Nitrous Oxide (N2O) Zonal Fourier Coefficients" version 7 data product (H3ZFCN2O) contains the entire mission (~3 years) of HIRDLS data expressed as zonal Fourier coefficients in 1 degree latitude bands from 64 to 80 degrees at 121 pressure levels. The coefficients are computed from the HIRDLS Level 2 profiles with a Kalman filter approach using both forward and backward passes in time. Expressed as the mean and up to 7 sine and cosine coefficients (4 waves for ascending and descending, 7 waves for combined), these coefficients may be used to compute values at any longitude. The data are provided on a pressure grid with 24 levels per decade, corresponding to about 1 km vertical resolution. The useful vertical range of the data is 100 to 5.1 hPa. The precision values are given by the rootmean square of the differences between the estimated fields and the input data. The data are stored in the version 5 Hierarchical Data Format for the Earth Observing System (HDFEOS5), which is an extension of the HDF5 format. Each file contains a zonal object with data for the entire mission with separate data fields for ascending (daytime), descending (nighttime), and combined orbit node.
Links: Temporal Extent: Spatial Extent:Minimum Bounding Rectangle: 64 180 80 180GES_DISC Short Name: H3ZFCN2O Version ID: 007 Unique ID: C1251100984GES_DISC

HIRDLS/Aura Level 3 Ozone (O3) 1deg Lat Zonal Fourier Coefficients V007 (H3ZFCO3) at GES DISC
https://cmr.earthdata.nasa.gov/search/concepts/C1251100938GES_DISC.xmlDescription:The "HIRDLS/Aura Level 3 Ozone (O3) Zonal Fourier Coefficients" version 7 data product (H3ZFCO3) contains the entire mission (~3 years) of HIRDLS data expressed as zonal Fourier coefficients in 1 degree latitude bands from 64 to 80 degrees at 121 pressure levels. The coefficients are computed from the HIRDLS Level 2 profiles with a Kalman filter approach using both forward and backward passes in time. Expressed as the mean and up to 7 sine and cosine coefficients (4 waves for ascending and descending, 7 waves for combined), these coefficients may be used to compute values at any longitude. The data are provided on a pressure grid with 24 levels per decade, corresponding to about 1 km vertical resolution. The useful vertical range of the data is 422 to 0.1 hPa. The precision values are given by the rootmean square of the differences between the estimated fields and the input data. The data are stored in the version 5 Hierarchical Data Format for the Earth Observing System (HDFEOS5), which is an extension of the HDF5 format. Each file contains a zonal object with data for the entire mission with separate data fields for ascending (daytime), descending (nighttime), and combined orbit node.
Links: Temporal Extent: Spatial Extent:Minimum Bounding Rectangle: 64 180 80 180GES_DISC Short Name: H3ZFCO3 Version ID: 007 Unique ID: C1251100938GES_DISC

HIRDLS/Aura Level 3 Temperature 1deg Lat Zonal Fourier Coefficients V007 (H3ZFCT) at GES DISC
https://cmr.earthdata.nasa.gov/search/concepts/C1251101041GES_DISC.xmlDescription:The "HIRDLS/Aura Level 3 Temperature Zonal Fourier Coefficients" version 7 data product (H3ZFCT) contains the entire mission (~3 years) of HIRDLS data expressed as zonal Fourier coefficients in 1 degree latitude bands from 64 to 80 degrees at 121 pressure levels. The coefficients are computed from the HIRDLS Level 2 profiles with a Kalman filter approach using both forward and backward passes in time. Expressed as the mean and up to 7 sine and cosine coefficients (4 waves for ascending and descending, 7 waves for combined), these coefficients may be used to compute values at any longitude. The data are provided on a pressure grid with 24 levels per decade, corresponding to about 1 km vertical resolution. The useful vertical range of the data is 1000 to 0.0042 hPa. The precision values are given by the rootmean square of the differences between the estimated fields and the input data. The data are stored in the version 5 Hierarchical Data Format for the Earth Observing System (HDFEOS5), which is an extension of the HDF5 format. Each file contains a zonal object with data for the entire mission with separate data fields for ascending (daytime), descending (nighttime), and combined orbit node.
Links: Temporal Extent: Spatial Extent:Minimum Bounding Rectangle: 64 180 80 180GES_DISC Short Name: H3ZFCT Version ID: 007 Unique ID: C1251101041GES_DISC

HIRDLS/Aura Level 3 Water Vapor (H2O) 1deg Lat Zonal Fourier Coefficients V007 (H3ZFCH2O) at GES DISC
https://cmr.earthdata.nasa.gov/search/concepts/C1251100952GES_DISC.xmlDescription:The "HIRDLS/Aura Level 3 Water Vapor (H2O) Zonal Fourier Coefficients" version 7 data product (H3ZFCH2O) contains the entire mission (~3 years) of HIRDLS data expressed as zonal Fourier coefficients in 1 degree latitude bands from 64 to 80 degrees at 121 pressure levels. The coefficients are computed from the HIRDLS Level 2 profiles with a Kalman filter approach using both forward and backward passes in time. Expressed as the mean and up to 7 sine and cosine coefficients (4 waves for ascending and descending, 7 waves for combined), these coefficients may be used to compute values at any longitude. The data are provided on a pressure grid with 24 levels per decade, corresponding to about 1 km vertical resolution. The useful vertical range of the data is 200 to 10 hPa. The precision values are given by the rootmean square of the differences between the estimated fields and the input data. The data are stored in the version 5 Hierarchical Data Format for the Earth Observing System (HDFEOS5), which is an extension of the HDF5 format. Each file contains a zonal object with data for the entire mission with separate data fields for ascending (daytime), descending (nighttime), and combined orbit node.
Links: Temporal Extent: Spatial Extent:Minimum Bounding Rectangle: 64 180 80 180GES_DISC Short Name: H3ZFCH2O Version ID: 007 Unique ID: C1251100952GES_DISC