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20041217: that pesky seam when combining images with IMGREMAP (cont.)



>From: Owen Cooper <address@hidden>
>Organization: Aeronomy Laboratory/NOAA
>Keywords: 200412151752.iBFHqalI029160 McIDAS IMGREMAP MERC MERGE

Hi Owen,

>Thanks for looking into this. It looks like Jennie Moody has the same 
>problem when she makes her alterred water vapor images, see for example:
>http://windfall.evsc.virginia.edu/~mcuser/webpage/satimgs/pcawv/nat67awv.gif

Jennie's image(s) look like they are also using a conical projection
(Polar Stereographic?).  Since the composites made from GOES-West and
GOES-East on top of a rotated METEOSAT image do not have the slit of
missing element values, I have to assume that it has something to do
with remapping using conic projections.

BTW, I submitted an inquiry about this yesterday evening.  We'll see if
SSEC can come up with a workaround.

Cheers,

Tom
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