We are happy to announce that it is now possible to generate WOUDC files in EUBREWNET! For example, you can generate monthly CSV files using: www.eubrewnet.org/eubrewnet/woudc/csv?brewerid=157&date=2019-01&level=1.5&file_version=1 Please replace 157 with the serial number of your Brewer, enter the desired month, and specify the EUBREWNET product level to generate (1.5 or 2). More detailed information on…Details
Eubrewnet’s products are processed using the configurations stored in its data server. These configurations include at least the same information as the standard ICF files. In this guide we briefly describe how to create a new configuration or update an existing one. More information can be found in the User Manual at the Eubrewnet Wiki.…Details
Foreword Dear EUBREWNET contributor – did you know that your data is now considered part of a fiducial reference network and is used for TROPOMI Sentinel 5P ozone validation? In this our first newsletter you can find out how EUBREWNET, which you all played a part in creating, has matured and developed and is working…Details
We have created a new page with the most relevant papers and presentations related to Eubrewnet, see http://www.eubrewnet.org/cost1207/eubrewnets-bibliography/
We will keep updating this list in the upcoming months!
Each Brewer spectrophotometer communicates with a local PC where the raw data is stored. To upload the raw data from the client PC to the Eubrewnet database, a code written in Python 2.7 has to be set up in the local PC (or any other computer which has access to the Brewer raw data). When…Details
We are pleased to announce the launch of the new Eubrewnet website design: http://rbcce.aemet.es/eubrewnet Within the work of updating the Eubrewnet website we are carrying out during last months, we have completely rebuilt the design and optimized the content of the pages to make the information more readable and easy to access. The new look…Details
I’m pleased to announce that AEMET is going to support EUBREWNET using an internal projects. Two new positions are now open for a senior and junior researcher to work on database maintenance and on development of the new products. In future we will be able to give support to new stations and…Details
El Arenosillo Atmospheric Sounding Station of the “Instituto Nacional de Técnica Aeroespacial” (INTA)
El Arenosillo is located at the 33 km point from Huelva – Matalascañas, in the pre-National Park of Doñana. On the road there is a small sign indicating INTA, which is easy to find because there is a 100m tall tower that can be seen from far away. El Arenosillo is 100 km from Seville airport and 150km from Faro (Portugal) airport.
Closest lodging to El Arenosillo is Mazagón, a small tourist village by the seaside, about 10 km distance. This is the most convenient place to stay.
Means of transport
International flights to Sevilla and Faro (Portugal). Faro option is only interesting if renting a car.
Travel by public bus:
- Buses from Sevilla to Huelva. Departures from “Plaza de Armas” bus station each hour approx. (8 €). It is advisable to take route by A-49 motorway because this is direct (one hour trip).
http://www.damas-sa.es/horarios.pdf – page 6: Huelva-Sevilla A-49
- Buses from Huelva to Mazagón.
http://www.damas-sa.es/horarios.pdf – page 7: Mazagon-Palos-Huelva
Bus information: www.damas-sa.es
Telephone: 34 959 256900
Travel by taxi:
- TAXI: Approximate price:
Sevilla-Mazagón (Approx.120 €)
Huelva-Mazagón (Approx. 25 €)
Mazagón- El Arenosillo (Approx. 10 €)
Transport from the hotel (Mazagon) to institute and back
INTA is about 10 km from Mazagón, but do not worry if do not plan to rent a car, as other participants can share their car with you, as we usually do.
STREET ADDRESS: Ctra. San Juan del Puerto Matalascañas, Km 34.100, 21130 Mazagón, Huelva
ACCESS (During office hours): security check required to enter the facilities.
TRANSPORT: Bus Shuttle will be available from the hotels in Mazagon to the Sounding Station.
The following hotels are in Mazagón (the nearest village to INTA / El Arenosillo) and they offer a special price for INTA.
This interpreter proposed by José Rodríguez as part of the activities of the ACTION COST ES1207 EUBREWNET, has as main objective to develop a python interpreter for GWBASIC, to allow run the brewer operative software in different operative systems, without the actual limitation of using it only in 32 bits windows versions. With an open…Details