The minutes of the Tenerife meeting are now available on the web (http://www.eubrewnet.org/cost1.....ry-2015-2/)
and here it summary of the decisions that has been made.
Discussion of real time product is finished , we are agree with :
-Stray light correction,
The products will change accordingly the information we have at that moment (stray light parameters ,fitler att , etc......)
Version 2 of the ozone algorithm to who include Serdyuchenko cross section ,Bodhaine 1999 for Rayleigh and effective height according to climatology is agreed.
AOD will use Version 2 for ozone for consistency and the same parameters for cross section and Rayleigh
K&Z will support the develop of the public library of procedures and algorithms and the warning system based on the FMI QC.
-Level 0 data (without any process is now displayed)
-Database access by JSON interface.
-Configuration interface,is now ready ( IP can introduce the configuration)
I will open a debate on the forum because there are several initiatives for the support future support of EUBREWNET and data request as a network.
This is link with the current discussion about the data politics.
This initiatives are :
-Presentation of Emilio behalf EUBREWET at the MACC meeting in Reading, John was also there.
- There is a project funded by ESA with the aim to provide real-time validation of OMI, in selected stations of Eubrewnet.
- The request from Zerefos of SO2 and AOD data of the network for Volcanic ash detection , this include several european brewer stations, that can serve as a test for the database.
- A poster will be presented at NOG meeting by Henri Diemoz et al, showing the results for the straylight for several brewers on the network
My proposal is to act like AERONET the idea is to have a federal network, so every IP is responsible of his own data.
The data products will be open, everybody can access to the data, but not the use, like AERONET the PI has the priority on the publications. But the raw datafiles that some of you sent will be only available to the other data submitters on the web, again the IP has the priorities for publication.
I think this is an opportunity to start to work as a network, to try to get funds to support the network in near future.
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