Roland, > I have a data set (snow water equivalent) which is expressed as > "millimeters per unit area". I've been describing the units within NetCDF > as just millimeters, but as we move to real publication of this data set, > I wanted to check if there was a favored style for describing this that > you were aware of. The value of the quantity doesn't depend on area: the value doesn't change as the amount of area is changed. Therefore, the proper unit is a length unit (e.g., "mm", "millimeters", "inches"), in my opinion. > Thanks. > > Roland Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: NCI-211836 Department: Support UDUNITS Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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