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[McIDAS #JRH-417238]: Replacement for GINI 8-km SuperNational



Hi Don,

re:
> Thanks for your detailed answer Tom.

No worries.

re:
> I'll check out the RTGOESR images
> to see if I can use those (although I suspect they don't adequately
> cover the left coast)

Make sure to give the Full Disk ones a good look!

re:
> and might use the GOES-East/West Composites in the
> mean time.

OK.

re:
> I would be in favor of increasing the resolution

I suspect that everyone will be in favor of this change.  I can go up
to as high as 4 km resolution for non-VIS bands right now (GOES-15 ir
band are 4 km in resolution), and then increase to the resolution
that matches the various bands in GOES-R when GOES-S gets launched 
in the spring.

re:
> since I can
> now use the adaptive resolution feature in IDV to decrease the amount of
> data.  I'll subscribe to ldm-users as well.

Sounds good!

re:
> Thanks again.

No worries.  Please say Hi to Diana for me!

Cheers,

Tom
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: JRH-417238
Department: Support McIDAS
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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