> Yuan, > > Below is a forwarded email confirming that there is extra information > in the grib file. Thanks for your help on this problem! > > V/R, > > Stefan > So this grib file probably follows the WMO convention, not the ncep convention, and I will talk to John to see if the CDM can do anything to help. Yuan > Stefan Cecelski > Ph.D. Candidate and Graduate Research Assistant > AOSC Department: University of Maryland College Park > 2343 Computer and Space Sciences Building(CSS #224) > 703.801.1370 > address@hidden > > > Begin forwarded message: > > > From: chifan <address@hidden> > > Date: August 9, 2011 2:02:38 PM EDT > > To: address@hidden > > Cc: David Stepaniak <address@hidden>, chifan <address@hidden> > > Subject: ds627.0 GRIB data > > > > Stefan, > > > > It is confirmed that all ECMWF data from its MARS system carry bytes > > 41-52 in PDS section for labelling. > > Those bytes do not contain any data and a GRIB decoder should read > > the GRIB records correctly. The wgrib > > outputs shown in your email are from the latest version of wgrib. > > Since bytes 41-52 are for "local" usage, > > interpretation of them is not universal. I'll be in touch with > > Wesley about this. > > > > Please contact us immediately if you see weird results. > > > > Also, please feel free to send a copy to the Unidata person who has > > answered your inquiry. > > > > -- Chi-Fan > > address@hidden, Tel:303/497-1833, Fax:303/497-1291, http://dss.ucar.edu > > Mail: NCAR, P.O. Box 3000, Boulder, CO 80307-3000 > > Overnight: 3090 Center Green Drive, NCAR ML 288A, Boulder, CO > > 80301-2252 > > > > > Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: WFP-128695 Department: Support IDV Priority: Normal Status: Open
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