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[CaseStudy #SUT-517702]: 9 November 1998 COMET case study web page
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> > Hi,
> > I'm trying to obtain data from the COMET case study library for the
> > November 1998 storm. The link to "Order the data" is broken. I'm
> > trying to get to it via the following URL:
> > <http://www.comet.ucar.edu/resources/cases/c23_09nov98/index.htm>.
> > I'd be grateful if you could tell me where the data have been relocated.
> > Thanks in advance!
> > Paul Markowski
> > --
> > Dr. Paul Markowski
> > Associate Professor of Meteorology
> > Pennsylvania State University
> > 503 Walker Building
> > University Park, PA 16802
> > email: pmarkowski@xxxxxxx
> > phone: 814.865.9736
> > fax: 814.865.3663
> > web: http://www.meteo.psu.edu/~marko
> Hi Paul,
> Apologies for the confusion. The COMET Case Study project has not been funded
> for a decade, so some links have gone stale. The good news is that the data
> still exists and can be accessed in a couple of ways.
> Then select the "datasets" link.
> ..or go directly to:
> 2) Second option is to use Unidata's RAMADDA server to access the data, that
> can be found at:
> (watch the line wrap) :)
> ..or to go directly yo case 23, please use:
> If you have any issues accessing the data, please let me know and we will
> dial it in.
> Thanks for using the COMET Case Study Library.
> Jeff Weber
> Unidata User Support
Unidata User Support
Ticket ID: SUT-517702
Department: Support CaseStudy