Changeset 212 for CCCC


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Timestamp:
07/09/14 15:00:56 (6 years ago)
Author:
mjuckes
Message:

undated comp_mpi

Location:
CCCC/trunk/ceda_cc
Files:
6 edited

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  • CCCC/trunk/ceda_cc/c4.py

    r210 r212  
    270270        self.logByFile = False 
    271271        fltype = '-f' 
     272        self.source = flist[0] 
    272273      elif next == '--log': 
    273274        x = args.pop(0) 
     
    296297        fdir = args.pop(0) 
    297298        flist = glob.glob( '%s/*.nc' % fdir  ) 
     299        self.source = '%s/*.nc' % fdir 
    298300      elif next == '-D': 
    299301        flist  = [] 
     
    304306            if (os.path.isfile( fpath ) or os.path.islink( fpath )) and f[-3:] == '.nc': 
    305307              flist.append( fpath ) 
     308        self.source = '%s/.....' % fdir 
    306309      elif next == '-R': 
    307310        self.recordFile = args.pop(0) 
     
    479482    cal = None 
    480483    c4i.logger.info( 'Starting batch -- number of file: %s' % (len(c4i.flist)) ) 
     484    c4i.logger.info( 'Source: %s' % c4i.source ) 
    481485    if len( c4i.errs ) > 0: 
    482486      for i in range(0,len( c4i.errs ), 2 ): 
  • CCCC/trunk/ceda_cc/comp_mip.py

    r180 r212  
    7373      if e1[k][1]['standard_name'] in [None,'None']: 
    7474        if e1[k][1].get('long_name',None) not in [None,'None']: 
    75           print 'ERROR[A]: standard name for %s [%s] not set' % (k,e1[k][1].get('long_name') ) 
    76         else: 
    77           print 'ERROR[A]: standard name for %s not set' % k 
     75          print 'WARNING[A]: standard name for %s [%s] not set' % (k,e1[k][1].get('long_name') ) 
     76        else: 
     77          print 'WARNING[A]: standard name for %s not set' % k 
    7878      else: 
    7979        if e1[k][1]['standard_name'] not in self.snl: 
     
    231231  ml = ['CCMI1_Amon_v2_complete'] 
    232232  ml = ['CCMI1_annual_comp-v3.txt', 'CCMI1_daily_comp-v3.txt', 'CCMI1_fixed_comp-v2.txt', 'CCMI1_hourly_comp-v3.txt', 'CCMI1_monthly_comp-v3.txt'] 
     233  ml = ['CCMI1_annual', 'CCMI1_daily', 'CCMI1_fixed', 'CCMI1_hourly', 'CCMI1_monthly'] 
    233234  newMipDir = 'ccmi_vocabs/mip/' 
    234235  mpat = 'CCMI1_%s_v1_complete' 
     236  newMipDir = 'ccmi1-cmor-tables/Tables/' 
    235237elif newMip == 'CORDEX': 
    236238  newMipDir = 'cordex_vocabs/mip/' 
  • CCCC/trunk/ceda_cc/config/cf/cf-standard-name-table.xml

    r163 r212  
    11<?xml version="1.0"?> 
    22<standard_name_table xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation="cf-standard-name-table-1.1.xsd"> 
    3    <version_number>26</version_number> 
    4    <last_modified>2013-11-08T06:09:34Z</last_modified> 
     3   <version_number>27</version_number> 
     4   <last_modified>2013-11-28T05:25:32Z</last_modified> 
    55   <institution>Program for Climate Model Diagnosis and Intercomparison</institution> 
    66   <contact>webmaster@pcmdi.llnl.gov</contact> 
     
    186186      <grib></grib> 
    187187      <amip></amip> 
    188       <description>Global average sea level change is due to change in volume of the water in the ocean, caused by mass and/or density change, or to change in the volume of the ocean basins, caused by tectonics etc. It is sometimes called &quot;eustatic&quot;, which is a term that also has other definitions. It differs from the change in the global average sea surface height relative to the centre of the Earth by the global average vertical movement of the ocean floor. Zero sea level change is an arbitrary level. Amplitude is the magnitude of a wave modelled by a sinusoidal function. A coordinate variable of harmonic_period can be used to specify the period of the sinusoidal wave.</description> 
     188      <description>Global average sea level change is due to change in volume of the water in the ocean, caused by mass and/or density change, or to change in the volume of the ocean basins, caused by tectonics etc. It is sometimes called &quot;eustatic&quot;, which is a term that also has other definitions. It differs from the change in the global average sea surface height relative to the centre of the Earth by the global average vertical movement of the ocean floor. Zero sea level change is an arbitrary level. Amplitude is the magnitude of a wave modelled by a sinusoidal function. A coordinate variable of harmonic_period should be used to specify the period of the sinusoidal wave.</description> 
    189189   </entry> 
    190190   
     
    308308   </entry> 
    309309   
     310   <entry id="atmosphere_convective_available_potential_energy"> 
     311      <canonical_units>J kg-1</canonical_units> 
     312      <grib></grib> 
     313      <amip></amip> 
     314      <description>Convective(ly) available potential energy (often abbreviated CAPE) is a stability measure calculated by integrating the positive temperature difference between the surrounding atmosphere and a parcel of air lifted adiabatically from a given starting height to its equilibrium level. A coordinate variable of original_air_pressure_of_lifted_parcel should be specified to indicate the starting height of the lifted parcel. CAPE exists under conditions of potential instability, and measures the potential energy per unit mass that would be released by the unstable parcel if it were able to convect upwards to equilibrium.</description> 
     315   </entry> 
     316   
     317   <entry id="atmosphere_convective_available_potential_energy_wrt_surface"> 
     318      <canonical_units>J kg -1</canonical_units> 
     319      <grib></grib> 
     320      <amip></amip> 
     321      <description>Convective(ly) available potential energy (often abbreviated CAPE) is a stability measure calculated by integrating the positive temperature difference between the surrounding atmosphere and a parcel of air lifted adiabatically from the surface to its equilibrium level. CAPE exists under conditions of potential instability, and measures the potential energy per unit mass that would be released by the unstable parcel if it were able to convect upwards to equilibrium.</description> 
     322   </entry> 
     323   
    310324   <entry id="atmosphere_convective_inhibition"> 
    311325      <canonical_units>J kg -1</canonical_units> 
    312326      <grib></grib> 
    313327      <amip></amip> 
    314       <description>Convective inhibition is the amount of energy per unit mass required to overcome the negatively buoyant energy exerted by the environment on a parcel of air. Convective inhibition is often abbreviated as &quot;CIN&quot; or &quot;CINH&quot;. It is calculated by integrating the negative temperature difference between the surrounding atmosphere and a parcel of air lifted adiabatically from a given starting height to its equilibrium level. A coordinate variable of original_air_pressure_of_lifted_parcel should be specified to indicate the starting height of the lifted parcel.</description> 
     328      <description>Convective inhibition is the amount of energy per unit mass required to overcome the negatively buoyant energy exerted by the environment on a parcel of air.  Convective inhibition is often abbreviated as &quot;CIN&quot; or &quot;CINH&quot;.  It is calculated by integrating the negative temperature difference between the surrounding atmosphere and a parcel of air lifted adiabatically from a given starting height to its equilibrium level. A coordinate variable of original_air_pressure_of_lifted_parcel should be specified to indicate the starting height of the lifted parcel. 
     329 
     330 
     331</description> 
    315332   </entry> 
    316333   
     
    319336      <grib></grib> 
    320337      <amip></amip> 
    321       <description>Convective inhibition is the amount of energy per unit mass required to overcome the negatively buoyant energy exerted by the environment on a parcel of air. Convective inhibition is often abbreviated as &quot;CIN&quot; or &quot;CINH&quot;. It is calculated by integrating the negative temperature difference between the surrounding atmosphere and a parcel of air lifted adiabatically from the surface to its equilibrium level.</description> 
     338      <description>Convective inhibition is the amount of energy per unit mass required to overcome the negatively buoyant energy exerted by the environment on a parcel of air.  Convective inhibition is often abbreviated as &quot;CIN&quot; or &quot;CINH&quot;. It is calculated by integrating the negative temperature difference between the surrounding atmosphere and a parcel of air lifted adiabatically from the surface to its equilibrium level.</description> 
    322339   </entry> 
    323340   
     
    12221239      <grib></grib> 
    12231240      <amip></amip> 
    1224       <description>&quot;Content&quot; indicates a quantity per unit area. The &quot;atmosphere content&quot; of a quantity refers to the vertical integral from the surface to the top of the atmosphere. For the content between specified levels in the atmosphere, standard names including content_of_atmosphere_layer are used. &quot;Volcanic_ash&quot; means the fine-grained products of explosive volcanic eruptions, such as minerals or crystals, older fragmented rock (e.g. andesite), and glass. Particles within a volcanic ash cloud have diameters less than 2 mm. &quot;Volcanic_ash&quot; does not include non-volcanic dust.</description> 
     1241      <description>&quot;Content&quot; indicates a quantity per unit area. The &quot;atmosphere content&quot; of a quantity refers to the vertical integral from the surface to the top of the atmosphere. For the content between specified levels in the atmosphere, standard names including content_of_atmosphere_layer are used. &quot;Volcanic_ash&quot; means the fine-grained products of explosive volcanic eruptions, such as minerals or crystals, older fragmented rock (e.g. andesite), and glass. Particles within a volcanic ash cloud have diameters less than 2 mm. &quot;Volcanic_ash&quot; does not include non-volcanic dust. 
     1242</description> 
    12251243   </entry> 
    12261244   
     
    21002118   </entry> 
    21012119   
    2102    <entry id="atmosphere_specific_convective_available_potential_energy"> 
    2103       <canonical_units>J kg-1</canonical_units> 
    2104       <grib></grib> 
    2105       <amip></amip> 
    2106       <description>&quot;specific&quot; means per unit mass. Potential energy is the sum of the gravitational potential energy relative to the geoid and the centripetal potential energy. (The geopotential is the specific potential energy.) Convective(ly) available potential energy is often abbreviated as &quot;CAPE&quot;.</description> 
    2107    </entry> 
    2108    
    21092120   <entry id="atmosphere_stability_k_index"> 
    21102121      <canonical_units>K</canonical_units> 
    21112122      <grib></grib> 
    21122123      <amip></amip> 
    2113       <description>The atmosphere_stability_k_index is an index that indicates the potential of severe convection and is often referred to a simply the k index. The index is derived from the difference in air temperature between 850 and 500 hPa, the dew point temperature at 850 hPa, and the difference between the air temperature and the dew point temperature at 700 hPa.</description> 
     2124      <description>The atmosphere_stability_k_index is an index that indicates the potential of severe convection and is often referred to a simply the k index. The index is derived from the difference in air temperature between 850 and 500 hPa, the dew point temperature at 850 hPa, and the difference between the air temperature and the dew point temperature at  
     2125700 hPa. 
     2126</description> 
    21142127   </entry> 
    21152128   
     
    21182131      <grib></grib> 
    21192132      <amip></amip> 
    2120       <description>The atmosphere_stability_showalter_index is an index used to determine convective and thunderstorm potential and is often referred to as simply the showalter index. The index is defined as the temperature difference between a parcel of air lifted from 850 to 500 hPa (wet adiabatically) and the ambient air temperature at 500 hPa.</description> 
     2133      <description>The atmosphere_stability_showalter_index is an index used to determine convective and thunderstorm potential and is often referred to as simply the showalter index. The index is defined as the temperature difference between a parcel of air lifted from 850 to 500 hPa (wet adiabatically) and the ambient air temperature at 500 hPa. 
     2134</description> 
    21212135   </entry> 
    21222136   
     
    21252139      <grib></grib> 
    21262140      <amip></amip> 
    2127       <description>The atmosphere_stability_total_totals_index indicates the likelihood of severe convection and is often referred to as simply the total totals index. The index is derived from the difference in air temperature between 850 and 500 hPa (the vertical totals) and the difference between the dew point temperature at 850 hPa and the air temperature at 500 hPa (the cross totals). The vertical totals and cross totals are summed to obtain the index.</description> 
     2141      <description>The atmosphere_stability_total_totals_index indicates the 
     2142likelihood of severe convection and is often referred to as simply the 
     2143total totals index. The index is derived from the difference in air 
     2144temperature between 850 and 500 hPa (the vertical totals) and the 
     2145difference between the dew point temperature at 850 hPa and the air 
     2146temperature at 500 hPa (the cross totals). The vertical totals and cross 
     2147totals are summed to obtain the index.</description> 
    21282148   </entry> 
    21292149   
     
    24052425      <grib></grib> 
    24062426      <amip></amip> 
    2407       <description>&quot;change_over_time_in_X&quot; means change in a quantity X over a time-interval, which should be defined by the bounds of the time coordinate. Conservative Temperature is defined as part of the Thermodynamic Equation of Seawater 2010 (TEOS-10) which was adopted in 2010 by the International Oceanographic Commission (IOC). Conservative Temperature is specific potential enthalpy (which has the standard name sea_water_specific_potential_enthalpy) divided by a fixed value of the specific heat capacity of sea water, namely cp_0 = 3991.86795711963 J kg-1 K-1. Conservative Temperature is a more accurate measure of the &quot;heat content&quot; of sea water, by a factor of one hundred, than is potential temperature. Because of this, it can be regarded as being proportional to the heat content of sea water per unit mass. Reference: www.teos-10.org; McDougall, 2003 doi: 10.1175/1520-0485(2003)033&lt;0945:PEACOV&gt;2.0.CO;2.</description> 
     2427      <description>&quot;change_over_time_in_X&quot; means change in a quantity X over a time-interval, which should be defined by the bounds of the time coordinate. Conservative Temperature is defined as part of the Thermodynamic Equation of Seawater 2010 (TEOS-10) which was adopted in 2010 by the International Oceanographic Commission (IOC). Conservative Temperature is specific potential enthalpy (which has the standard name sea_water_specific_potential_enthalpy) divided by a fixed value of the specific heat capacity of sea water, namely cp_0 = 3991.86795711963 J kg-1 K-1. Conservative Temperature is a more accurate measure of the &quot;heat content&quot; of sea water, by a factor of one hundred, than is potential temperature. Because of this, it can be regarded as being proportional to the heat content of sea water per unit mass. Reference: www.teos-10.org; McDougall, 2003 doi: 10.1175/1520-0485(2003)033&lt;0945:PEACOV&gt;2.0.CO;2. </description> 
    24082428   </entry> 
    24092429   
     
    33713391      <grib></grib> 
    33723392      <amip></amip> 
    3373       <description>Various stability and convective potential indices are calculated by &quot;lifting&quot; a parcel of air: moving it dry adiabatically from a starting height (often the surface) to the Lifting Condensation Level, and then wet adiabatically from there to an ending height (often the top of the data/model/atmosphere). original_air_pressure_of_lifted_parcel and final_air_pressure_of_lifted_parcel are the pressure heights at the start and end of lifting, respectively.</description> 
     3393      <description>Various stability and convective potential indices are calculated by &quot;lifting&quot; a parcel of air: moving it dry adiabatically from a starting height (often the surface) to the Lifting Condensation Level, and then wet adiabatically from there to an ending height (often the top of the data/model/atmosphere).  original_air_pressure_of_lifted_parcel and final_air_pressure_of_lifted_parcel are the pressure heights at the start and end of lifting, respectively. 
     3394 
     3395</description> 
    33743396   </entry> 
    33753397   
     
    35073529   </entry> 
    35083530   
    3509    <entry id="gross_primary_productivity_of_carbon"> 
    3510       <canonical_units>kg m-2 s-1</canonical_units> 
    3511       <grib></grib> 
    3512       <amip></amip> 
    3513       <description>Gross primary productivity is the rate of synthesis of biomass per unit area from inorganic precursors by autotrophs, especially by photosynthesising plants using sunlight for energy. The producers also respire some of this biomass and the difference is net_primary_productivity.  &quot;Productivity of carbon&quot; refers to the production of biomass expressed as the mass of carbon which it contains.  &quot;Productivity&quot; means production per unit area.</description> 
     3531   <entry id="gross_primary_productivity_of_biomass_expressed_as_carbon"> 
     3532      <canonical_units>kg m-2 s-1</canonical_units> 
     3533      <grib></grib> 
     3534      <amip></amip> 
     3535      <description>&quot;Production of carbon&quot; means the production of biomass expressed as the mass of carbon which it contains. Gross primary production is the rate of synthesis of biomass from inorganic precursors by autotrophs (&quot;producers&quot;), for example, photosynthesis in plants or phytoplankton. The producers also respire some of this biomass and the difference is &quot;net_primary_production&quot;. &quot;Productivity&quot; means production per unit area. The phrase &quot;expressed_as&quot; is used in the construction A_expressed_as_B, where B is a chemical constituent of A. It means that the quantity indicated by the standard name is calculated solely with respect to the B contained in A, neglecting all other chemical constituents of A.</description> 
    35143536   </entry> 
    35153537   
     
    44704492      <grib></grib> 
    44714493      <amip></amip> 
    4472       <description>Mass concentration means mass per unit volume and is used in the construction mass_concentration_of_X_in_Y, where X is a material constituent of Y.  A chemical species denoted by X may be described by a single term such as &#39;nitrogen&#39; or a phrase such as &#39;nox_expressed_as_nitrogen&#39;. Chlorophylls are the green pigments found in most plants, algae and cyanobacteria; their presence is essential for photosynthesis to take place. There are several different forms of chlorophyll that occur naturally. All contain a chlorin ring (chemical formula C20H16N4) which gives the green pigment and a side chain whose structure varies. The naturally occurring forms of chlorophyll contain between 35 and 55 carbon atoms.</description> 
     4494      <description>Mass concentration means mass per unit volume and is used in the construction mass_concentration_of_X_in_Y, where X is a material constituent of Y.  A chemical species denoted by X may be described by a single term such as &#39;nitrogen&#39; or a phrase such as &#39;nox_expressed_as_nitrogen&#39;. Chlorophylls are the green pigments found in most plants, algae and cyanobacteria; their presence is essential for photosynthesis to take place. There are several different forms of chlorophyll that occur naturally. All contain a chlorin ring (chemical formula C20H16N4) which gives the green pigment and a side chain whose structure varies. The naturally occurring forms of chlorophyll contain between 35 and 55 carbon atoms. 
     4495</description> 
    44734496   </entry> 
    44744497   
     
    78967919   </entry> 
    78977920   
    7898    <entry id="net_primary_mole_productivity_of_carbon_by_calcareous_phytoplankton"> 
     7921   <entry id="net_primary_mole_productivity_of_biomass_expressed_as_carbon_by_calcareous_phytoplankton"> 
    78997922      <canonical_units>mol m-2 s-1</canonical_units> 
    79007923      <grib></grib> 
    79017924      <amip></amip> 
    7902       <description>&quot;Productivity of carbon&quot; refers to the production of biomass expressed as the mass of carbon which it contains.  &quot;Productivity&quot; means production per unit area. Net primary productivity is the excess of gross primary productivity of organic carbon (the rate of synthesis of biomass from inorganic precursors) by autotrophs (&quot;producers&quot;), for example,  photosynthesis in phytoplankton, over the rate at which the autotrophs themselves respire some of this biomass. Calcite is a mineral that is a  polymorph of calcium carbonate. The chemical formula of calcite is CaCO3. Standard names also exist for aragonite, another polymorph of calcium carbonate.  &#39;Calcareous phytoplankton&#39; are phytoplankton that produce calcite. Phytoplankton are autotrophic prokaryotic oreukaryotic algae that live near the water surface where there is sufficient light to support photosynthesis.</description> 
    7903    </entry> 
    7904    
    7905    <entry id="net_primary_mole_productivity_of_carbon_by_diatoms"> 
     7925      <description>&quot;Production of carbon&quot; means the production of biomass expressed as the mass of carbon which it contains. Net primary production is the excess of gross primary production (rate of synthesis of biomass from inorganic precursors) by autotrophs (&quot;producers&quot;), for example, photosynthesis in plants or phytoplankton, over the rate at which the autotrophs themselves respire some of this biomass. &quot;Productivity&quot; means production per unit area. Phytoplankton are autotrophic prokaryotic or eukaryotic algae that live near the water surface where there is sufficient light to support photosynthesis. &quot;Calcareous phytoplankton&quot; are phytoplankton that produce calcite. The phrase &quot;expressed_as&quot; is used in the construction A_expressed_as_B, where B is a chemical constituent of A. It means that the quantity indicated by the standard name is calculated solely with respect to the B contained in A, neglecting all other chemical constituents of A. Calcite is a mineral that is a polymorph of calcium carbonate. The chemical formula of calcite is CaCO3. Standard names also exist for aragonite, another polymorph of calcium carbonate.</description> 
     7926   </entry> 
     7927   
     7928   <entry id="net_primary_mole_productivity_of_biomass_expressed_as_carbon_by_diatoms"> 
    79067929      <canonical_units>mol m-2 s-1</canonical_units> 
    79077930      <grib></grib> 
    79087931      <amip></amip> 
    7909       <description>&quot;Productivity of carbon&quot; refers to the production of biomass expressed as the mass of carbon which it contains.  &quot;Productivity&quot; means production per unit area. Net primary productivity is the excess of gross primary productivity of organic carbon (the rate of synthesis of biomass from inorganic precursors) by autotrophs (&quot;producers&quot;), for example,  photosynthesis in phytoplankton, over the rate at which the autotrophs themselves respire some of this biomass. Diatoms are single-celled phytoplankton with an external skeleton made of silica. Phytoplankton are autotrophic prokaryotic or eukaryotic algae that live near the water surface where there is sufficient lightto support photosynthesis.</description> 
    7910    </entry> 
    7911    
    7912    <entry id="net_primary_mole_productivity_of_carbon_by_diazotrophs"> 
     7932      <description>&quot;Production of carbon&quot; means the production of biomass expressed as the mass of carbon which it contains. Net primary production is the excess of gross primary production (rate of synthesis of biomass from inorganic precursors) by autotrophs (&quot;producers&quot;), for example, photosynthesis in plants or phytoplankton, over the rate at which the autotrophs themselves respire some of this biomass. &quot;Productivity&quot; means production per unit area. Diatoms are single-celled phytoplankton with an external skeleton made of silica. Phytoplankton are autotrophic prokaryotic or eukaryotic algae that live near the water surface where there is sufficient light to support photosynthesis. The phrase &quot;expressed_as&quot; is used in the construction A_expressed_as_B, where B is a chemical constituent of A. It means that the quantity indicated by the standard name is calculated solely with respect to the B contained in A, neglecting all other chemical constituents of A.</description> 
     7933   </entry> 
     7934   
     7935   <entry id="net_primary_mole_productivity_of_biomass_expressed_as_carbon_by_diazotrophs"> 
    79137936      <canonical_units>mol m-2 s-1</canonical_units> 
    79147937      <grib></grib> 
    79157938      <amip></amip> 
    7916       <description>&quot;Productivity of carbon&quot; refers to the production of biomass expressed as the mass of carbon which it contains.  &quot;Productivity&quot; means production per unit area. Net primary productivity is the excess of gross primary productivity of organic carbon (the rate of synthesis of biomass from inorganic precursors) by autotrophs (&quot;producers&quot;), for example,  photosynthesis in phytoplankton, over the rate at which the autotrophs themselves respire some of this biomass. In ocean modelling, diazotrophs are phytoplankton of the phylum cyanobacteria distinct from other phytoplankton groupsin their ability to fix nitrogen gas in addition to nitrate and ammonium. Phytoplankton are autotrophic prokaryotic or eukaryotic algae that live near the water surface where there is sufficient light to support photosynthesis.</description> 
    7917    </entry> 
    7918    
    7919    <entry id="net_primary_mole_productivity_of_carbon_by_miscellaneous_phytoplankton"> 
     7939      <description>&quot;Production of carbon&quot; means the production of biomass expressed as the mass of carbon which it contains. Net primary production is the excess of gross primary production (rate of synthesis of biomass from inorganic precursors) by autotrophs (&quot;producers&quot;), for example, photosynthesis in plants or phytoplankton, over the rate at which the autotrophs themselves respire some of this biomass. &quot;Productivity&quot; means production per unit area. In ocean modelling, diazotrophs are phytoplankton of the phylum cyanobacteria distinct from other phytoplankton groups in their ability to fix nitrogen gas in addition to nitrate and ammonium. Phytoplankton are autotrophic prokaryotic or eukaryotic algae that live near the water surface where there is sufficient light to support photosynthesis. The phrase &quot;expressed_as&quot; is used in the construction A_expressed_as_B, where B is a chemical constituent of A. It means that the quantity indicated by the standard name is calculated solely with respect to the B contained in A, neglecting all other chemical constituents of A.</description> 
     7940   </entry> 
     7941   
     7942   <entry id="net_primary_mole_productivity_of_biomass_expressed_as_carbon_by_miscellaneous_phytoplankton"> 
    79207943      <canonical_units>mol m-2 s-1</canonical_units> 
    79217944      <grib></grib> 
    79227945      <amip></amip> 
    7923       <description>&quot;Productivity of carbon&quot; refers to the production of biomass expressed as the mass of carbon which it contains.  &quot;Productivity&quot; means production per unit area. Net primary productivity is the excess of gross primary productivity of organic carbon (the rate of synthesis of biomass from inorganic precursors) by autotrophs (&quot;producers&quot;), for example,  photosynthesis in phytoplankton, over the rate at which the autotrophs themselves respire some of this biomass.  &#39;Miscellaneous phytoplankton&#39; are all those phytoplankton that are not diatoms, diazotrophs, calcareous phytoplankton, picophytoplankton or other seperately named components of the phytoplankton population. Phytoplankton are autotrophic prokaryotic or eukaryotic algae that live near the water surface where there is sufficient light to support photosynthesis.</description> 
    7924    </entry> 
    7925    
    7926    <entry id="net_primary_mole_productivity_of_carbon_by_phytoplankton"> 
     7946      <description>&quot;Production of carbon&quot; means the production of biomass expressed as the mass of carbon which it contains. Net primary production is the excess of gross primary production (rate of synthesis of biomass from inorganic precursors) by autotrophs (&quot;producers&quot;), for example, photosynthesis in plants or phytoplankton, over the rate at which the autotrophs themselves respire some of this biomass. &quot;Productivity&quot; means production per unit area. &quot;Miscellaneous phytoplankton&quot; are all those phytoplankton that are not diatoms, diazotrophs, calcareous phytoplankton, picophytoplankton or other seperately named components of the phytoplankton population. Phytoplankton are autotrophic prokaryotic or eukaryotic algae that live near the water surface where there is sufficient light to support photosynthesis. The phrase &quot;expressed_as&quot; is used in the construction A_expressed_as_B, where B is a chemical constituent of A. It means that the quantity indicated by the standard name is calculated solely with respect to the B contained in A, neglecting all other chemical constituents of A.</description> 
     7947   </entry> 
     7948   
     7949   <entry id="net_primary_mole_productivity_of_biomass_expressed_as_carbon_by_phytoplankton"> 
    79277950      <canonical_units>mol m-2 s-1</canonical_units> 
    79287951      <grib></grib> 
    79297952      <amip></amip> 
    7930       <description>&quot;Productivity of carbon&quot; refers to the production of biomass expressed as the mass of carbon which it contains.  &quot;Productivity&quot; means production per unit area. Net primary productivity is the excess of gross primary productivity of organic carbon (the rate of synthesis of biomass from inorganic precursors) by autotrophs (&quot;producers&quot;), for example,  photosynthesis in phytoplankton, over the rate at which the autotrophs themselves respire some of this biomass. Phytoplankton are autotrophic prokaryotic or eukaryotic algae that live near the water surface where there is sufficient light to support photosynthesis.</description> 
    7931    </entry> 
    7932    
    7933    <entry id="net_primary_mole_productivity_of_carbon_by_picophytoplankton"> 
     7953      <description>&quot;Production of carbon&quot; means the production of biomass expressed as the mass of carbon which it contains. Net primary production is the excess of gross primary production (rate of synthesis of biomass from inorganic precursors) by autotrophs (&quot;producers&quot;), for example, photosynthesis in plants or phytoplankton, over the rate at which the autotrophs themselves respire some of this biomass. &quot;Productivity&quot; means production per unit area. Phytoplankton are autotrophic prokaryotic or eukaryotic algae that live near the water surface where there is sufficient light to support photosynthesis. The phrase &quot;expressed_as&quot; is used in the construction A_expressed_as_B, where B is a chemical constituent of A. It means that the quantity indicated by the standard name is calculated solely with respect to the B contained in A, neglecting all other chemical constituents of A.</description> 
     7954   </entry> 
     7955   
     7956   <entry id="net_primary_mole_productivity_of_biomass_expressed_as_carbon_by_picophytoplankton"> 
    79347957      <canonical_units>mol m-2 s-1</canonical_units> 
    79357958      <grib></grib> 
    79367959      <amip></amip> 
    7937       <description>&quot;Productivity of carbon&quot; refers to the production of biomass expressed as the mass of carbon which it contains.  &quot;Productivity&quot; means production per unit area. Net primary productivity is the excess of gross primary productivity of organic carbon (the rate of synthesis of biomass from inorganic precursors) by autotrophs (&quot;producers&quot;), for example,  photosynthesis in phytoplankton, over the rate at which the autotrophs themselves respire some of this biomass. Picophytoplankton are phytoplankton of less than 2 micrometers in size. Phytoplankton are autotrophic prokaryotic or eukaryotic algae that live near the water surface where there is sufficient light to support photosynthesis.</description> 
    7938    </entry> 
    7939    
    7940    <entry id="net_primary_mole_productivity_of_carbon_due_to_nitrate_utilization"> 
     7960      <description>&quot;Production of carbon&quot; means the production of biomass expressed as the mass of carbon which it contains. Net primary production is the excess of gross primary production (rate of synthesis of biomass from inorganic precursors) by autotrophs (&quot;producers&quot;), for example, photosynthesis in plants or phytoplankton, over the rate at which the autotrophs themselves respire some of this biomass. &quot;Productivity&quot; means production per unit area. Picophytoplankton are phytoplankton of less than 2 micrometers in size. Phytoplankton are autotrophic prokaryotic or eukaryotic algae that live near the water surface where there is sufficient light to support photosynthesis. The phrase &quot;expressed_as&quot; is used in the construction A_expressed_as_B, where B is a chemical constituent of A. It means that the quantity indicated by the standard name is calculated solely with respect to the B contained in A, neglecting all other chemical constituents of A.</description> 
     7961   </entry> 
     7962   
     7963   <entry id="net_primary_mole_productivity_of_biomass_expressed_as_carbon_due_to_nitrate_utilization"> 
    79417964      <canonical_units>mol m-2 s-1</canonical_units> 
    79427965      <grib></grib> 
    79437966      <amip></amip> 
    7944       <description>&quot;Productivity of carbon&quot; refers to the production of biomass expressed as the mass of carbon which it contains.  &quot;Productivity&quot; means production per unit area. Net primary productivity is the excess of gross primary productivity of organic carbon (the rate of synthesis of biomass from inorganic precursors) by autotrophs (&quot;producers&quot;), for example,  photosynthesis in phytoplankton, over the rate at which the autotrophs themselves respire some of this biomass. &quot;Nitrate utilization&quot; means net primary production by phytoplankton based on nitrate alone. The specification of a physical process by the phrase due_to_process means that the quantity named is a  single term in a sum of terms which together compose the general quantity  named by omitting the phrase.  The chemical formula for the nitrate anion is NO3-.</description> 
    7945    </entry> 
    7946    
    7947    <entry id="net_primary_productivity_of_carbon"> 
    7948       <canonical_units>kg m-2 s-1</canonical_units> 
    7949       <grib></grib> 
    7950       <amip></amip> 
    7951       <description>Net primary productivity is the excess of gross_primary_productivity (rate of synthesis of biomass per unit area from inorganic precursors by autotrophs, or &quot;producers&quot;, especially by photosynthesising plants using sunlight for energy) over the rate at which they themselves respire some of this biomass (plant_respiration, assuming all producers to be plants).  &quot;Productivity of carbon&quot; refers to the production of biomass expressed as the mass of carbon which it contains.  &quot;Productivity&quot; means production per unit area.</description> 
    7952    </entry> 
    7953    
    7954    <entry id="net_primary_productivity_of_carbon_accumulated_in_leaves"> 
    7955       <canonical_units>kg m-2 s-1</canonical_units> 
    7956       <grib></grib> 
    7957       <amip></amip> 
    7958       <description>Net primary productivity is the excess of gross_primary_productivity (rate of synthesis of biomass per unit area from inorganic precursors by autotrophs, or &quot;producers&quot;, especially by photosynthesising plants using sunlight for energy) over the rate at which they themselves respire some of this biomass (plant_respiration, assuming all producers to be plants).  &quot;Productivity of carbon&quot; refers to the production of biomass expressed as the mass of carbon which it contains.  &quot;Productivity&quot; means production per unit area.</description> 
    7959    </entry> 
    7960    
    7961    <entry id="net_primary_productivity_of_carbon_accumulated_in_roots"> 
    7962       <canonical_units>kg m-2 s-1</canonical_units> 
    7963       <grib></grib> 
    7964       <amip></amip> 
    7965       <description>Net primary productivity is the excess of gross_primary_productivity (rate of synthesis of biomass per unit area from inorganic precursors by autotrophs, or &quot;producers&quot;, especially by photosynthesising plants using sunlight for energy) over the rate at which they themselves respire some of this biomass (plant_respiration, assuming all producers to be plants).  &quot;Productivity of carbon&quot; refers to the production of biomass expressed as the mass of carbon which it contains.  &quot;Productivity&quot; means production per unit area.</description> 
    7966    </entry> 
    7967    
    7968    <entry id="net_primary_productivity_of_carbon_accumulated_in_wood"> 
    7969       <canonical_units>kg m-2 s-1</canonical_units> 
    7970       <grib></grib> 
    7971       <amip></amip> 
    7972       <description>Net primary productivity is the excess of gross_primary_productivity (rate of synthesis of biomass per unit area from inorganic precursors by autotrophs, or &quot;producers&quot;, especially by photosynthesising plants using sunlight for energy) over the rate at which they themselves respire some of this biomass (plant_respiration, assuming all producers to be plants).  &quot;Productivity of carbon&quot; refers to the production of biomass expressed as the mass of carbon which it contains.  &quot;Productivity&quot; means production per unit area.</description> 
     7967      <description>&quot;Production of carbon&quot; refers to the production of biomass expressed as the mass of carbon which it contains. Net primary production is the excess of gross primary production (rate of synthesis of biomass from inorganic precursors) by autotrophs (&quot;producers&quot;), for example, photosynthesis in plants or phytoplankton, over the rate at which the autotrophs themselves respire some of this biomass. &quot;Productivity&quot; means production per unit area. &quot;Nitrate utilization&quot; means net primary production by phytoplankton based on nitrate alone. Phytoplankton are autotrophic prokaryotic or eukaryotic algae that live near the water surface where there is sufficient light to support photosynthesis. The chemical formula for the nitrate anion is NO3-. The specification of a physical process by the phrase &quot;due_to_&quot; process means that the quantity named is a single term in a sum of terms which together compose the general quantity named by omitting the phrase. The phrase &quot;expressed_as&quot; is used in the construction A_expressed_as_B, where B is a chemical constituent of A. It means that the quantity indicated by the standard name is calculated solely with respect to the B contained in A, neglecting all other chemical constituents of A.</description> 
     7968   </entry> 
     7969   
     7970   <entry id="net_primary_production_of_biomass_expressed_as_carbon_per_unit_volume_in_sea_water"> 
     7971      <canonical_units>kg m-3 s-1</canonical_units> 
     7972      <grib></grib> 
     7973      <amip></amip> 
     7974      <description>Net primary production is the excess of gross primary production (rate of synthesis of biomass from inorganic precursors) by autotrophs (&quot;producers&quot;), for example, photosynthesis in plants or phytoplankton, over the rate at which the autotrophs themselves respire some of this biomass. In the oceans, carbon production per unit volume is often found at a number of depths at a given horizontal location. That quantity can then be integrated to calculate production per unit area at the location. Standard names for production per unit area use the term &quot;productivity&quot;. The phrase &quot;expressed_as&quot; is used in the construction A_expressed_as_B, where B is a chemical constituent of A. It means that the quantity indicated by the standard name is calculated solely with respect to the B contained in A, neglecting all other chemical constiuents of A.</description> 
     7975   </entry> 
     7976   
     7977   <entry id="net_primary_productivity_of_biomass_expressed_as_carbon"> 
     7978      <canonical_units>kg m-2 s-1</canonical_units> 
     7979      <grib></grib> 
     7980      <amip></amip> 
     7981      <description>&quot;Production of carbon&quot; means the production of biomass expressed as the mass of carbon which it contains. Net primary production is the excess of gross primary production (rate of synthesis of biomass from inorganic precursors) by autotrophs (&quot;producers&quot;), for example, photosynthesis in plants or phytoplankton, over the rate at which the autotrophs themselves respire some of this biomass. &quot;Productivity&quot; means production per unit area. The phrase &quot;expressed_as&quot; is used in the construction A_expressed_as_B, where B is a chemical constituent of A. It means that the quantity indicated by the standard name is calculated solely with respect to the B contained in A, neglecting all other chemical constituents of A.</description> 
     7982   </entry> 
     7983   
     7984   <entry id="net_primary_productivity_of_biomass_expressed_as_carbon_accumulated_in_leaves"> 
     7985      <canonical_units>kg m-2 s-1</canonical_units> 
     7986      <grib></grib> 
     7987      <amip></amip> 
     7988      <description>&quot;Production of carbon&quot; means the production of biomass expressed as the mass of carbon which it contains. Net primary production is the excess of gross primary production (rate of synthesis of biomass from inorganic precursors) by autotrophs (&quot;producers&quot;), for example, photosynthesis in plants or phytoplankton, over the rate at which the autotrophs themselves respire some of this biomass. &quot;Productivity&quot; means production per unit area. The phrase &quot;expressed_as&quot; is used in the construction A_expressed_as_B, where B is a chemical constituent of A. It means that the quantity indicated by the standard name is calculated solely with respect to the B contained in A, neglecting all other chemical constituents of A.</description> 
     7989   </entry> 
     7990   
     7991   <entry id="net_primary_productivity_of_biomass_expressed_as_carbon_accumulated_in_roots"> 
     7992      <canonical_units>kg m-2 s-1</canonical_units> 
     7993      <grib></grib> 
     7994      <amip></amip> 
     7995      <description>&quot;Production of carbon&quot; means the production of biomass expressed as the mass of carbon which it contains. Net primary production is the excess of gross primary production (rate of synthesis of biomass from inorganic precursors) by autotrophs (&quot;producers&quot;), for example, photosynthesis in plants or phytoplankton, over the rate at which the autotrophs themselves respire some of this biomass. &quot;Productivity&quot; means production per unit area. The phrase &quot;expressed_as&quot; is used in the construction A_expressed_as_B, where B is a chemical constituent of A. It means that the quantity indicated by the standard name is calculated solely with respect to the B contained in A, neglecting all other chemical constituents of A.</description> 
     7996   </entry> 
     7997   
     7998   <entry id="net_primary_productivity_of_biomass_expressed_as_carbon_accumulated_in_wood"> 
     7999      <canonical_units>kg m-2 s-1</canonical_units> 
     8000      <grib></grib> 
     8001      <amip></amip> 
     8002      <description>&quot;Production of carbon&quot; means the production of biomass expressed as the mass of carbon which it contains. Net primary production is the excess of gross primary production (rate of synthesis of biomass from inorganic precursors) by autotrophs (&quot;producers&quot;), for example, photosynthesis in plants or phytoplankton, over the rate at which the autotrophs themselves respire some of this biomass. &quot;Productivity&quot; means production per unit area. The phrase &quot;expressed_as&quot; is used in the construction A_expressed_as_B, where B is a chemical constituent of A. It means that the quantity indicated by the standard name is calculated solely with respect to the B contained in A, neglecting all other chemical constituents of A.</description> 
    79738003   </entry> 
    79748004   
     
    88318861      <grib></grib> 
    88328862      <amip></amip> 
    8833       <description>Global average sea level change is due to change in volume of the water in the ocean, caused by mass and/or density change, or to change in the volume of the ocean basins, caused by tectonics etc. It is sometimes called &quot;eustatic&quot;, which is a term that also has other definitions. It differs from the change in the global average sea surface height relative to the centre of the Earth by the global average vertical movement of the ocean floor. Zero sea level change is an arbitrary level. Phase is the initial angle of a wave modelled by a sinusoidal function. A coordinate variable of harmonic_period can be used to specify the period of the sinusoidal wave.</description> 
     8863      <description>Global average sea level change is due to change in volume of the water in the ocean, caused by mass and/or density change, or to change in the volume of the ocean basins, caused by tectonics etc. It is sometimes called &quot;eustatic&quot;, which is a term that also has other definitions. It differs from the change in the global average sea surface height relative to the centre of the Earth by the global average vertical movement of the ocean floor. Zero sea level change is an arbitrary level. Phase is the initial angle of a wave modelled by a sinusoidal function. A coordinate variable of harmonic_period should be used to specify the period of the sinusoidal wave.</description> 
    88348864   </entry> 
    88358865   
     
    1162011650      <grib></grib> 
    1162111651      <amip></amip> 
    11622       <description>This quantity is defined as the temperature difference between a parcel of air lifted adiabatically from a starting air pressure to a finishing air pressure in the troposphere and the ambient air temperature at the finishing air pressure in the troposphere. It is often called the lifted index (LI) and provides a measure of the instability of the atmosphere. The air parcel is &quot;lifted&quot; by moving the air parcel from the starting air pressure to the Lifting Condensation Level (dry adiabatically) and then from the Lifting Condensation Level to the finishing air pressure (wet adiabatically). Air temperature is the bulk temperature of the air. Coordinate variables of original_air_pressure_of_lifted_parcel and final_air_pressure_of_lifted_parcel should be specified to indicate the specific air pressures at which the parcel lifting starts (starting air pressure) and the temperature difference is calculated at (finishing air pressure), respectively.</description> 
     11652      <description>This quantity is defined as the temperature difference between a parcel of air lifted adiabatically from a starting air pressure to a finishing air pressure in the troposphere and the ambient air temperature at the finishing air pressure in the troposphere. It is  
     11653often called the lifted index (LI) and provides a measure of the instability of the atmosphere. The air parcel is &quot;lifted&quot; by moving the air parcel from the starting air pressure to the Lifting Condensation Level (dry adiabatically) and then from the Lifting Condensation Level to the finishing air pressure (wet adiabatically). Air temperature is  
     11654the bulk temperature of the air. Coordinate variables of original_air_pressure_of_lifted_parcel and  
     11655final_air_pressure_of_lifted_parcel should be specified to indicate the specific air pressures at which the parcel lifting starts (starting air pressure) and the temperature difference is calculated at (finishing air pressure), respectively.</description> 
    1162311656   </entry> 
    1162411657   
     
    1586215895      <grib></grib> 
    1586315896      <amip></amip> 
    15864       <description>&#39;Mole concentration&#39; means number of moles per unit volume, also called &quot;molarity&quot;, and is used in the construction mole_concentration_of_X_in_Y, where X is a material constituent of Y.  A chemical or biological species denoted by X may be described by a single term such as &#39;nitrogen&#39; or a phrase such as &#39;nox_expressed_as_nitrogen&#39;. The phrase &#39;expressed_as&#39; is used in the construction A_expressed_as_B, where B is a chemical constituent of A. It means that the quantity indicated by the standard name is calculated solely with respect to the B contained in A, neglecting all other chemical constituents of A. The specification of a physical process by the phrase due_to_process means that the quantity named is a  single term in a sum of terms which together compose the general quantity  named by omitting the phrase. &quot;Net primary production&quot; is the excess of gross primary production of organic carbon (the rate of synthesis of biomass from inorganic precursors) by autotrophs (&quot;producers&quot;), for example,  photosynthesis in phytoplankton, over the rate at which the autotrophs themselves respire some of this biomass. &quot;tendency_of_X&quot; means derivative of X with respect to time.</description> 
     15897      <description>&quot;Mole concentration&quot; means number of moles per unit volume, also called &quot;molarity&quot;, and is used in the construction mole_concentration_of_X_in_Y, where X is a material constituent of Y.  A chemical or biological species denoted by X may be described by a single term such as &quot;nitrogen&quot; or a phrase such as &quot;nox_expressed_as_nitrogen&quot;. The phrase &quot;expressed_as&quot; is used in the construction A_expressed_as_B, where B is a chemical constituent of A. It means that the quantity indicated by the standard name is calculated solely with respect to the B contained in A, neglecting all other chemical constituents of A. The specification of a physical process by the phrase due_to_process means that the quantity named is a  single term in a sum of terms which together compose the general quantity  named by omitting the phrase. Net primary production is the excess of gross primary production (the rate of synthesis of biomass from inorganic precursors) by autotrophs (&quot;producers&quot;), for example, photosynthesis in plants or phytoplankton, over the rate at which the autotrophs themselves respire some of this biomass. In the oceans, carbon production per unit volume is often found at a number of depths at a given horizontal location. That quantity can then be integrated to calculate production per unit area at the location. Standard names for production per unit area use the term &quot;productivity&quot;. &quot;tendency_of_X&quot; means derivative of X with respect to time.</description> 
    1586515898   </entry> 
    1586615899   
     
    1586915902      <grib></grib> 
    1587015903      <amip></amip> 
    15871       <description>&#39;Mole concentration&#39; means number of moles per unit volume, also called &quot;molarity&quot;, and is used in the construction mole_concentration_of_X_in_Y, where X is a material constituent of Y.  A chemical or biological species denoted by X may be described by a single term such as &#39;nitrogen&#39; or a phrase such as &#39;nox_expressed_as_nitrogen&#39;. The phrase &#39;expressed_as&#39; is used in the construction A_expressed_as_B, where B is a chemical constituent of A. It means that the quantity indicated by the standard name is calculated solely with respect to the B contained in A, neglecting all other chemical constituents of A. The specification of a physical process by the phrase due_to_process means that the quantity named is a  single term in a sum of terms which together compose the general quantity  named by omitting the phrase. &quot;Net primary production&quot; is the excess of gross primary production of organic carbon (the rate of synthesis of biomass from inorganic precursors) by autotrophs (&quot;producers&quot;), for example,  photosynthesis in phytoplankton, over the rate at which the autotrophs themselves respire some of this biomass. &#39;Calcareous phytoplankton&#39; are phytoplankton that produce calcite. Phytoplankton are autotrophic prokaryotic or eukaryotic algae that live near the water surface where there issufficient light to support photosynthesis. Calcite is a mineral that is a polymorph of calcium carbonate. The chemical formula of calcite is CaCO3. Standard names also exist for aragonite, another polymorph of calcium carbonate.  &quot;tendency_of_X&quot; means derivative of X with respect to time.</description> 
     15904      <description>Mole concentration means number of moles per unit volume, also called &quot;molarity&quot;, and is used in the construction &quot;mole_concentration_of_X_in_Y&quot;, where X is a material constituent of Y.  A chemical or biological species denoted by X may be described by a single term such as &quot;nitrogen&quot; or a phrase such as &quot;nox_expressed_as_nitrogen&quot;. The phrase &quot;expressed_as&quot; is used in the construction A_expressed_as_B, where B is a chemical constituent of A. It means that the quantity indicated by the standard name is calculated solely with respect to the B contained in A, neglecting all other chemical constituents of A. The specification of a physical process by the phrase due_to_process means that the quantity named is a  single term in a sum of terms which together compose the general quantity  named by omitting the phrase. &quot;Production of carbon&quot; means the production of biomass expressed as the mass of carbon which it contains. Net primary production is the excess of gross primary production (the rate of synthesis of biomass from inorganic precursors) by autotrophs (&quot;producers&quot;), for example,  photosynthesis in plants or phytoplankton, over the rate at which the autotrophs themselves respire some of this biomass. In the oceans, carbon production per unit volume is often found at a number of depths at a given horizontal location. That quantity can then be integrated to calculate production per unit area at the location. Standard names for production per unit area use the term &quot;productivity&quot;. &quot;Calcareous phytoplankton&quot; are phytoplankton that produce calcite. Phytoplankton are autotrophic prokaryotic or eukaryotic algae that live near the water surface where there is sufficient light to support photosynthesis. Calcite is a mineral that is a polymorph of calcium carbonate. The chemical formula of calcite is CaCO3. Standard names also exist for aragonite, another polymorph of calcium carbonate. &quot;tendency_of_X&quot; means derivative of X with respect to time.</description> 
    1587215905   </entry> 
    1587315906   
     
    1587615909      <grib></grib> 
    1587715910      <amip></amip> 
    15878       <description>&#39;Mole concentration&#39; means number of moles per unit volume, also called &quot;molarity&quot;, and is used in the construction mole_concentration_of_X_in_Y, where X is a material constituent of Y.  A chemical or biological species denoted by X may be described by a single term such as &#39;nitrogen&#39; or a phrase such as &#39;nox_expressed_as_nitrogen&#39;. The phrase &#39;expressed_as&#39; is used in the construction A_expressed_as_B, where B is a chemical constituent of A. It means that the quantity indicated by the standard name is calculated solely with respect to the B contained in A, neglecting all other chemical constituents of A. The specification of a physical process by the phrase due_to_process means that the quantity named is a  single term in a sum of terms which together compose the general quantity  named by omitting the phrase. &quot;Net primary production&quot; is the excess of gross primary production of organic carbon (the rate of synthesis of biomass from inorganic precursors) by autotrophs (&quot;producers&quot;), for example,  photosynthesis in phytoplankton, over the rate at which the autotrophs themselves respire some of this biomass. Diatoms are single-celled phytoplankton with an external skeleton made of silica. Phytoplankton are autotrophic prokaryotic or eukaryotic algae that live near the water surfacewhere there is sufficient light to support photosynthesis. &quot;tendency_of_X&quot; means derivative of X with respect to time.</description> 
     15911      <description>Mole concentration means number of moles per unit volume, also called &quot;molarity&quot;, and is used in the construction &quot;mole_concentration_of_X_in_Y&quot;, where X is a material constituent of Y. A chemical or biological species denoted by X may be described by a single term such as &quot;nitrogen&quot; or a phrase such as &quot;nox_expressed_as_nitrogen&quot;. The phrase &quot;expressed_as&quot; is used in the construction A_expressed_as_B, where B is a chemical constituent of A. It means that the quantity indicated by the standard name is calculated solely with respect to the B contained in A, neglecting all other chemical constituents of A. The specification of a physical process by the phrase due_to_process means that the quantity named is a  single term in a sum of terms which together compose the general quantity  named by omitting the phrase. &quot;Production of carbon&quot; means the production of biomass expressed as the mass of carbon which it contains. Net primary production is the excess of gross primary production (the rate of synthesis of biomass from inorganic precursors) by autotrophs (&quot;producers&quot;), for example,  photosynthesis in plants or phytoplankton, over the rate at which the autotrophs themselves respire some of this biomass. In the oceans, carbon production per unit volume is often found at a number of depths at a given horizontal location. That quantity can then be integrated to calculate production per unit area at the location. Standard names for production per unit area use the term &quot;productivity&quot;. Diatoms are single-celled phytoplankton with an external skeleton made of silica. Phytoplankton are autotrophic prokaryotic or eukaryotic algae that live near the water surface where there is sufficient light to support photosynthesis. &quot;tendency_of_X&quot; means derivative of X with respect to time.</description> 
    1587915912   </entry> 
    1588015913   
     
    1588315916      <grib></grib> 
    1588415917      <amip></amip> 
    15885       <description>&#39;Mole concentration&#39; means number of moles per unit volume, also called &quot;molarity&quot;, and is used in the construction mole_concentration_of_X_in_Y, where X is a material constituent of Y.  A chemical or biological species denoted by X may be described by a single term such as &#39;nitrogen&#39; or a phrase such as &#39;nox_expressed_as_nitrogen&#39;. The phrase &#39;expressed_as&#39; is used in the construction A_expressed_as_B, where B is a chemical constituent of A. It means that the quantity indicated by the standard name is calculated solely with respect to the B contained in A, neglecting all other chemical constituents of A. The specification of a physical process by the phrase due_to_process means that the quantity named is a  single term in a sum of terms which together compose the general quantity  named by omitting the phrase.  &quot;Net primary production&quot; is the excess of gross primary production of organic carbon (the rate of synthesis of biomass from inorganic precursors) by autotrophs (&quot;producers&quot;), for example,  photosynthesis in phytoplankton, over the rate at which the autotrophs themselves respire some of this biomass. In ocean modelling, diazotrophs are phytoplankton of the phylum cyanobacteria distinct from other phytoplankton groups in their ability to fix nitrogen gas in addition to nitrate and ammonium. Phytoplankton are autotrophic prokaryotic or eukaryotic algae that live near the water surface where there is sufficient light to support photosynthesis. &quot;tendency_of_X&quot; means derivative of X with respect to time.</description> 
     15918      <description>Mole concentration means number of moles per unit volume, also called &quot;molarity&quot;, and is used in the construction mole_concentration_of_X_in_Y, where X is a material constituent of Y.  A chemical or biological species denoted by X may be described by a single term such as &quot;nitrogen&quot; or a phrase such as &quot;nox_expressed_as_nitrogen&quot;. The phrase &quot;expressed_as&quot; is used in the construction A_expressed_as_B, where B is a chemical constituent of A. It means that the quantity indicated by the standard name is calculated solely with respect to the B contained in A, neglecting all other chemical constituents of A. The specification of a physical process by the phrase due_to_process means that the quantity named is a  single term in a sum of terms which together compose the general quantity  named by omitting the phrase. &quot;Production of carbon&quot; means the production of biomass expressed as the mass of carbon which it contains. Net primary production is the excess of gross primary production (the rate of synthesis of biomass from inorganic precursors) by autotrophs (&quot;producers&quot;), for example,  photosynthesis in plants or phytoplankton, over the rate at which the autotrophs themselves respire some of this biomass. In the oceans, carbon production per unit volume is often found at a number of depths at a given horizontal location. That quantity can then be integrated to calculate production per unit area at the location. Standard names for production per unit area use the term &quot;productivity&quot;. In ocean modelling, diazotrophs are phytoplankton of the phylum cyanobacteria distinct from other phytoplankton groups in their ability to fix nitrogen gas in addition to nitrate and ammonium. Phytoplankton are autotrophic prokaryotic or eukaryotic algae that live near the water surface where there is sufficient light to support photosynthesis. &quot;tendency_of_X&quot; means derivative of X with respect to time.</description> 
    1588615919   </entry> 
    1588715920   
     
    1589015923      <grib></grib> 
    1589115924      <amip></amip> 
    15892       <description>&#39;Mole concentration&#39; means number of moles per unit volume, also called &quot;molarity&quot;, and is used in the construction mole_concentration_of_X_in_Y, where X is a material constituent of Y.  A chemical or biological species denoted by X may be described by a single term such as &#39;nitrogen&#39; or a phrase such as &#39;nox_expressed_as_nitrogen&#39;. The phrase &#39;expressed_as&#39; is used in the construction A_expressed_as_B, where B is a chemical constituent of A. It means that the quantity indicated by the standard name is calculated solely with respect to the B contained in A, neglecting all other chemical constituents of A. The specification of a physical process by the phrase due_to_process means that the quantity named is a  single term in a sum of terms which together compose the general quantity  named by omitting the phrase.  &quot;Net primary production&quot; is the excess of gross primary production of organic carbon (the rate of synthesis of biomass from inorganic precursors) by autotrophs (&quot;producers&quot;), for example,  photosynthesis in phytoplankton, over the rate at which the autotrophs themselves respire some of this biomass. &#39;Miscellaneous phytoplankton&#39; are all those phytoplankton that are not diatoms, diazotrophs, calcareous phytoplankton, picophytoplankton or other seperately named components of the phytoplankton population. Phytoplankton are autotrophic prokaryotic or eukaryotic algae that live near the water surface where there is sufficient light to support photosynthesis. &quot;tendency_of_X&quot; means derivative of X with respect to time.</description> 
     15925      <description>Mole concentration means number of moles per unit volume, also called &quot;molarity&quot;, and is used in the construction &quot;mole_concentration_of_X_in_Y&quot;, where X is a material constituent of Y.  A chemical or biological species denoted by X may be described by a single term such as &quot;nitrogen&quot; or a phrase such as &quot;nox_expressed_as_nitrogen&quot;. The phrase &quot;expressed_as&quot; is used in the construction A_expressed_as_B, where B is a chemical constituent of A. It means that the quantity indicated by the standard name is calculated solely with respect to the B contained in A, neglecting all other chemical constituents of A. The specification of a physical process by the phrase due_to_process means that the quantity named is a  single term in a sum of terms which together compose the general quantity  named by omitting the phrase. &quot;Production of carbon&quot; means the production of biomass expressed as the mass of carbon which it contains. Net primary production is the excess of gross primary production (the rate of synthesis of biomass from inorganic precursors) by autotrophs (&quot;producers&quot;), for example, photosynthesis in plants or phytoplankton, over the rate at which the autotrophs themselves respire some of this biomass. In the oceans, carbon production per unit volume is often found at a number of depths at a given horizontal location. That quantity can then be integrated to calculate production per unit area at the location. Standard names for production per unit area use the term &quot;productivity&quot;. Phytoplankton are autotrophic prokaryotic or eukaryotic algae that live near the water surface where there is sufficient light to support photosynthesis. &quot;Miscellaneous phytoplankton&quot; are all those phytoplankton that are not diatoms, diazotrophs, calcareous phytoplankton, picophytoplankton or other seperately named components of the phytoplankton population. &quot;tendency_of_X&quot; means derivative of X with respect to time.</description> 
    1589315926   </entry> 
    1589415927   
     
    1589715930      <grib></grib> 
    1589815931      <amip></amip> 
    15899       <description>&#39;Mole concentration&#39; means number of moles per unit volume, also called &quot;molarity&quot;, and is used in the construction mole_concentration_of_X_in_Y, where X is a material constituent of Y.  A chemical or biological species denoted by X may be described by a single term such as &#39;nitrogen&#39; or a phrase such as &#39;nox_expressed_as_nitrogen&#39;. The phrase &#39;expressed_as&#39; is used in the construction A_expressed_as_B, where B is a chemical constituent of A. It means that the quantity indicated by the standard name is calculated solely with respect to the B contained in A, neglecting all other chemical constituents of A. The specification of a physical process by the phrase due_to_process means that the quantity named is a  single term in a sum of terms which together compose the general quantity  named by omitting the phrase. &quot;Net primary production&quot; is the excess of gross primary production of organic carbon (the rate of synthesis of biomass from inorganic precursors) by autotrophs (&quot;producers&quot;), for example,  photosynthesis in phytoplankton, over the rate at which the autotrophs themselves respire some of this biomass. Picophytoplankton are phytoplankton of less than 2 micrometers in size. Phytoplankton are autotrophic prokaryotic or eukaryotic algae that live near the water surface where there is sufficient light to support photosynthesis. &quot;tendency_of_X&quot; means derivative of X with respect to time.</description> 
     15932      <description>Mole concentration means number of moles per unit volume, also called &quot;molarity&quot;, and is used in the construction &quot;mole_concentration_of_X_in_Y&quot;, where X is a material constituent of Y.  A chemical or biological species denoted by X may be described by a single term such as &quot;nitrogen&quot; or a phrase such as &quot;nox_expressed_as_nitrogen&quot;. The phrase &quot;expressed_as&quot; is used in the construction A_expressed_as_B, where B is a chemical constituent of A. It means that the quantity indicated by the standard name is calculated solely with respect to the B contained in A, neglecting all other chemical constituents of A. The specification of a physical process by the phrase due_to_process means that the quantity named is a  single term in a sum of terms which together compose the general quantity named by omitting the phrase. &quot;Production of carbon&quot; means the production of biomass expressed as the mass of carbon which it contains. Net primary production is the excess of gross primary production (the rate of synthesis of biomass from inorganic precursors) by autotrophs (&quot;producers&quot;), for example, photosynthesis in plants or phytoplankton, over the rate at which the autotrophs themselves respire some of this biomass. In the oceans, carbon production per unit volume is often found at a number of depths at a given horizontal location. That quantity can then be integrated to calculate production per unit area at the location. Standard names for production per unit area use the term &quot;productivity&quot;. Picophytoplankton are phytoplankton of less than 2 micrometers in size. Phytoplankton are autotrophic prokaryotic or eukaryotic algae that live near the water surface where there is sufficient light to support photosynthesis. &quot;tendency_of_X&quot; means derivative of X with respect to time.</description> 
    1590015933   </entry> 
    1590115934   
     
    1590415937      <grib></grib> 
    1590515938      <amip></amip> 
    15906       <description>&#39;Mole concentration&#39; means number of moles per unit volume, also called &quot;molarity&quot;, and is used in the construction mole_concentration_of_X_in_Y, where X is a material constituent of Y.  A chemical or biological species denoted by X may be described by a single term such as &#39;nitrogen&#39; or a phrase such as &#39;nox_expressed_as_nitrogen&#39;. The phrase &#39;expressed_as&#39; is used in the construction A_expressed_as_B, where B is a chemical constituent of A. It means that the quantity indicated by the standard name is calculated solely with respect to the B contained in A, neglecting all other chemical constituents of A. The specification of a physical process by the phrase due_to_process means that the quantity named is a  single term in a sum of terms which together compose the general quantity  named by omitting the phrase. &quot;Nitrate utilization&quot; means net primary production by phytoplankton based on nitrate alone. &quot;Net primary production&quot; is the excess of gross primary production of organic carbon (the rate of synthesis of biomass from inorganic precursors) by autotrophs (&quot;producers&quot;), for example,  photosynthesis in phytoplankton, over the rate at which the autotrophs themselves respire some of this biomass. &quot;tendency_of_X&quot; means derivative of X with respect to time.  Thechemical formula for the nitrate anion is NO3-.</description> 
     15939      <description>Mole concentration means number of moles per unit volume, also called &quot;molarity&quot;, and is used in the construction &quot;mole_concentration_of_X_in_Y&quot;, where X is a material constituent of Y.  A chemical or biological species denoted by X may be described by a single term such as &quot;nitrogen&quot; or a phrase such as &quot;nox_expressed_as_nitrogen&quot;. The phrase &quot;expressed_as&quot; is used in the construction A_expressed_as_B, where B is a chemical constituent of A. It means that the quantity indicated by the standard name is calculated solely with respect to the B contained in A, neglecting all other chemical constituents of A. The specification of a physical process by the phrase due_to_process means that the quantity named is a  single term in a sum of terms which together compose the general quantity named by omitting the phrase. &quot;Nitrate utilization&quot; means net primary production of carbon by phytoplankton based on nitrate alone. &quot;Production of carbon&quot; means the production of biomass expressed as the mass of carbon which it contains. Net primary production is the excess of gross primary production (the rate of synthesis of biomass from inorganic precursors) by autotrophs (&quot;producers&quot;), for example, photosynthesis in plants or phytoplankton, over the rate at which the autotrophs themselves respire some of this biomass. In the oceans, carbon production per unit volume is often found at a number of depths at a given horizontal location. That quantity can then be integrated to calculate production per unit area at the location. Standard names for production per unit area use the term &quot;productivity&quot;. &quot;tendency_of_X&quot; means derivative of X with respect to time. The chemical formula for the nitrate anion is NO3-.</description> 
    1590715940   </entry> 
    1590815941   
     
    1623316266      <grib></grib> 
    1623416267      <amip></amip> 
    16235       <description>Sea_level means mean sea level, which is close to the geoid in sea areas. &quot;Sea surface height&quot; is a time-varying quantity. &quot;tendency_of_X&quot; means derivative of X with respect to time.</description> 
     16268      <description>Sea_level means mean sea level, which is close to the geoid in sea areas. &quot;Sea surface height&quot; is a time-varying quantity. &quot;tendency_of_X&quot; means derivative of X with respect to time. 
     16269</description> 
    1623616270   </entry> 
    1623716271   
     
    1767417708  
    1767517709   
     17710  <alias id="net_primary_mole_productivity_of_carbon_by_miscellaneous_phytoplankton"> 
     17711    <entry_id>net_primary_mole_productivity_of_biomass_expressed_as_carbon_by_miscellaneous_phytoplankton</entry_id> 
     17712  </alias> 
     17713   
     17714  <alias id="net_primary_mole_productivity_of_carbon_by_phytoplankton"> 
     17715    <entry_id>net_primary_mole_productivity_of_biomass_expressed_as_carbon_by_phytoplankton</entry_id> 
     17716  </alias> 
     17717   
     17718  <alias id="net_primary_mole_productivity_of_carbon_due_to_nitrate_utilization"> 
     17719    <entry_id>net_primary_mole_productivity_of_biomass_expressed_as_carbon_due_to_nitrate_utilization</entry_id> 
     17720  </alias> 
     17721   
     17722  <alias id="net_primary_productivity_of_carbon"> 
     17723    <entry_id>net_primary_productivity_of_biomass_expressed_as_carbon</entry_id> 
     17724  </alias> 
     17725   
     17726  <alias id="net_primary_productivity_of_carbon_accumulated_in_leaves"> 
     17727    <entry_id>net_primary_productivity_of_biomass_expressed_as_carbon_accumulated_in_leaves</entry_id> 
     17728  </alias> 
     17729   
     17730  <alias id="net_primary_productivity_of_carbon_accumulated_in_roots"> 
     17731    <entry_id>net_primary_productivity_of_biomass_expressed_as_carbon_accumulated_in_roots</entry_id> 
     17732  </alias> 
     17733   
     17734  <alias id="net_primary_productivity_of_carbon_accumulated_in_wood"> 
     17735    <entry_id>net_primary_productivity_of_biomass_expressed_as_carbon_accumulated_in_wood</entry_id> 
     17736  </alias> 
     17737   
     17738  <alias id="net_primary_mole_productivity_of_carbon_by_picophytoplankton"> 
     17739    <entry_id>net_primary_mole_productivity_of_biomass_expressed_as_carbon_by_picophytoplankton</entry_id> 
     17740  </alias> 
     17741   
     17742  <alias id="atmosphere_specific_convective_available_potential_energy"> 
     17743    <entry_id>atmosphere_convective_available_potential_energy</entry_id> 
     17744  </alias> 
     17745   
     17746  <alias id="specific_convective_available_potential_energy"> 
     17747    <entry_id>atmosphere_convective_available_potential_energy</entry_id> 
     17748  </alias> 
     17749   
     17750  <alias id="gross_primary_productivity_of_carbon"> 
     17751    <entry_id>gross_primary_productivity_of_biomass_expressed_as_carbon</entry_id> 
     17752  </alias> 
     17753   
     17754  <alias id="net_primary_mole_productivity_of_carbon_by_calcareous_phytoplankton"> 
     17755    <entry_id>net_primary_mole_productivity_of_biomass_expressed_as_carbon_by_calcareous_phytoplankton</entry_id> 
     17756  </alias> 
     17757   
     17758  <alias id="net_primary_mole_productivity_of_carbon_by_diatoms"> 
     17759    <entry_id>net_primary_mole_productivity_of_biomass_expressed_as_carbon_by_diatoms</entry_id> 
     17760  </alias> 
     17761   
     17762  <alias id="net_primary_mole_productivity_of_carbon_by_diazotrophs"> 
     17763    <entry_id>net_primary_mole_productivity_of_biomass_expressed_as_carbon_by_diazotrophs</entry_id> 
     17764  </alias> 
     17765   
    1767617766  <alias id="aerosol_angstrom_exponent"> 
    1767717767    <entry_id>angstrom_exponent_of_ambient_aerosol_in_air</entry_id> 
     
    1772217812  </alias> 
    1772317813   
     17814  <alias id="moles_of_carbon_monoxide_in_atmosphere"> 
     17815    <entry_id>atmosphere_moles_of_carbon_monoxide</entry_id> 
     17816  </alias> 
     17817   
     17818  <alias id="moles_of_carbon_tetrachloride_in_atmosphere"> 
     17819    <entry_id>atmosphere_moles_of_carbon_tetrachloride</entry_id> 
     17820  </alias> 
     17821   
     17822  <alias id="moles_of_cfc11_in_atmosphere"> 
     17823    <entry_id>atmosphere_moles_of_cfc11</entry_id> 
     17824  </alias> 
     17825   
     17826  <alias id="moles_of_cfc113_in_atmosphere"> 
     17827    <entry_id>atmosphere_moles_of_cfc113</entry_id> 
     17828  </alias> 
     17829   
     17830  <alias id="moles_of_cfc114_in_atmosphere"> 
     17831    <entry_id>atmosphere_moles_of_cfc114</entry_id> 
     17832  </alias> 
     17833   
     17834  <alias id="moles_of_cfc115_in_atmosphere"> 
     17835    <entry_id>atmosphere_moles_of_cfc115</entry_id> 
     17836  </alias> 
     17837   
     17838  <alias id="moles_of_cfc12_in_atmosphere"> 
     17839    <entry_id>atmosphere_moles_of_cfc12</entry_id> 
     17840  </alias> 
     17841   
     17842  <alias id="moles_of_halon1202_in_atmosphere"> 
     17843    <entry_id>atmosphere_moles_of_halon1202</entry_id> 
     17844  </alias> 
     17845   
     17846  <alias id="moles_of_halon1211_in_atmosphere"> 
     17847    <entry_id>atmosphere_moles_of_halon1211</entry_id> 
     17848  </alias> 
     17849   
     17850  <alias id="moles_of_halon1301_in_atmosphere"> 
     17851    <entry_id>atmosphere_moles_of_halon1301</entry_id> 
     17852  </alias> 
     17853   
     17854  <alias id="moles_of_halon2402_in_atmosphere"> 
     17855    <entry_id>atmosphere_moles_of_halon2402</entry_id> 
     17856  </alias> 
     17857   
     17858  <alias id="moles_of_hcc140a_in_atmosphere"> 
     17859    <entry_id>atmosphere_moles_of_hcc140a</entry_id> 
     17860  </alias> 
     17861   
     17862  <alias id="moles_of_hcfc22_in_atmosphere"> 
     17863    <entry_id>atmosphere_moles_of_hcfc22</entry_id> 
     17864  </alias> 
     17865   
     17866  <alias id="moles_of_methane_in_atmosphere"> 
     17867    <entry_id>atmosphere_moles_of_methane</entry_id> 
     17868  </alias> 
     17869   
     17870  <alias id="moles_of_methyl_bromide_in_atmosphere"> 
     17871    <entry_id>atmosphere_moles_of_methyl_bromide</entry_id> 
     17872  </alias> 
     17873   
     17874  <alias id="moles_of_methyl_chloride_in_atmosphere"> 
     17875    <entry_id>atmosphere_moles_of_methyl_chloride</entry_id> 
     17876  </alias> 
     17877   
     17878  <alias id="moles_of_molecular_hydrogen_in_atmosphere"> 
     17879    <entry_id>atmosphere_moles_of_molecular_hydrogen</entry_id> 
     17880  </alias> 
     17881   
     17882  <alias id="moles_of_nitrous_oxide_in_atmosphere"> 
     17883    <entry_id>atmosphere_moles_of_nitrous_oxide</entry_id> 
     17884  </alias> 
     17885   
     17886  <alias id="atmosphere_convective_mass_flux"> 
     17887    <entry_id>atmosphere_net_upward_convective_mass_flux</entry_id> 
     17888  </alias> 
     17889   
     17890  <alias id="atmosphere_optical_thickness_due_to_aerosol"> 
     17891    <entry_id>atmosphere_optical_thickness_due_to_ambient_aerosol</entry_id> 
     17892  </alias> 
     17893   
     17894  <alias id="change_over_time_in_atmospheric_water_content_due_to_advection"> 
     17895    <entry_id>change_over_time_in_atmosphere_mass_content_of_water_due_to_advection</entry_id> 
     17896  </alias> 
     17897   
     17898  <alias id="change_over_time_in_atmosphere_water_content_due_to_advection"> 
     17899    <entry_id>change_over_time_in_atmosphere_mass_content_of_water_due_to_advection</entry_id> 
     17900  </alias> 
     17901   
     17902  <alias id="eastward_transformed_eulerian_mean_velocity"> 
     17903    <entry_id>eastward_transformed_eulerian_mean_air_velocity</entry_id> 
     17904  </alias> 
     17905   
     17906  <alias id="eastward_water_vapor_flux"> 
     17907    <entry_id>eastward_water_vapor_flux_in_air</entry_id> 
     17908  </alias> 
     17909   
     17910  <alias id="longwave_radiance"> 
     17911    <entry_id>isotropic_longwave_radiance_in_air</entry_id> 
     17912  </alias> 
     17913   
     17914  <alias id="shortwave_radiance"> 
     17915    <entry_id>isotropic_shortwave_radiance_in_air</entry_id> 
     17916  </alias> 
     17917   
     17918  <alias id="spectral_radiance"> 
     17919    <entry_id>isotropic_spectral_radiance_in_air</entry_id> 
     17920  </alias> 
     17921   
     17922  <alias id="dissipation_in_atmosphere_boundary_layer"> 
     17923    <entry_id>kinetic_energy_dissipation_in_atmosphere_boundary_layer</entry_id> 
     17924  </alias> 
     17925   
     17926  <alias id="omega"> 
     17927    <entry_id>lagrangian_tendency_of_air_pressure</entry_id> 
     17928  </alias> 
     17929   
     17930  <alias id="vertical_air_velocity_expressed_as_tendency_of_pressure"> 
     17931    <entry_id>lagrangian_tendency_of_air_pressure</entry_id> 
     17932  </alias> 
     17933   
     17934  <alias id="upward_air_velocity_expressed_as_tendency_of_sigma"> 
     17935    <entry_id>lagrangian_tendency_of_atmosphere_sigma_coordinate</entry_id> 
     17936  </alias> 
     17937   
     17938  <alias id="vertical_air_velocity_expressed_as_tendency_of_sigma"> 
     17939    <entry_id>lagrangian_tendency_of_atmosphere_sigma_coordinate</entry_id> 
     17940  </alias> 
     17941   
     17942  <alias id="liquid_water_content_of_snow_layer"> 
     17943    <entry_id>liquid_water_content_of_surface_snow</entry_id> 
     17944  </alias> 
     17945   
     17946  <alias id="lwe_large_scale_precipitation_rate"> 
     17947    <entry_id>lwe_stratiform_precipitation_rate</entry_id> 
     17948  </alias> 
     17949   
     17950  <alias id="lwe_large_scale_snowfall_rate"> 
     17951    <entry_id>lwe_stratiform_snowfall_rate</entry_id> 
     17952  </alias> 
     17953   
     17954  <alias id="lwe_thickness_of_atmosphere_water_vapor_content"> 
     17955    <entry_id>lwe_thickness_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_water_vapor</entry_id> 
     17956  </alias> 
     17957   
     17958  <alias id="lwe_thickness_of_large_scale_precipitation_amount"> 
     17959    <entry_id>lwe_thickness_of_stratiform_precipitation_amount</entry_id> 
     17960  </alias> 
     17961   
     17962  <alias id="lwe_thickness_of_large_scale_snowfall_amount"> 
     17963    <entry_id>lwe_thickness_of_stratiform_snowfall_amount</entry_id> 
     17964  </alias> 
     17965   
     17966  <alias id="sea_ice_displacement"> 
     17967    <entry_id>magnitude_of_sea_ice_displacement</entry_id> 
     17968  </alias> 
     17969   
     17970  <alias id="chlorophyll_concentration_in_sea_water"> 
     17971    <entry_id>mass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
     17972  </alias> 
     17973   
     17974  <alias id="concentration_of_chlorophyll_in_sea_water"> 
     17975    <entry_id>mass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
     17976  </alias> 
     17977   
     17978  <alias id="mass_concentration_of_sulfate_aerosol_in_air"> 
     17979    <entry_id>mass_concentration_of_sulfate_ambient_aerosol_in_air</entry_id> 
     17980  </alias> 
     17981   
     17982  <alias id="concentration_of_suspended_matter_in_sea_water"> 
     17983    <entry_id>mass_concentration_of_suspended_matter_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
     17984  </alias> 
     17985   
     17986  <alias id="cloud_condensed_water_content_of_atmosphere_layer"> 
     17987    <entry_id>mass_content_of_cloud_condensed_water_in_atmosphere_layer</entry_id> 
     17988  </alias> 
     17989   
     17990  <alias id="cloud_ice_content_of_atmosphere_layer"> 
     17991    <entry_id>mass_content_of_cloud_ice_in_atmosphere_layer</entry_id> 
     17992  </alias> 
     17993   
     17994  <alias id="cloud_liquid_water_content_of_atmosphere_layer"> 
     17995    <entry_id>mass_content_of_cloud_liquid_water_in_atmosphere_layer</entry_id> 
     17996  </alias> 
     17997   
     17998  <alias id="water_content_of_atmosphere_layer"> 
     17999    <entry_id>mass_content_of_water_in_atmosphere_layer</entry_id> 
     18000  </alias> 
     18001   
     18002  <alias id="water_vapor_content_of_atmosphere_layer"> 
     18003    <entry_id>mass_content_of_water_vapor_in_atmosphere_layer</entry_id> 
     18004  </alias> 
     18005   
     18006  <alias id="mass_fraction_of_convective_condensed_water_in_air"> 
     18007    <entry_id>mass_fraction_of_convective_cloud_condensed_water_in_air</entry_id> 
     18008  </alias> 
     18009   
     18010  <alias id="mass_fraction_of_o3_in_air"> 
     18011    <entry_id>mass_fraction_of_ozone_in_air</entry_id> 
     18012  </alias> 
     18013   
     18014  <alias id="mass_fraction_of_pm10_aerosol_in_air"> 
     18015    <entry_id>mass_fraction_of_pm10_ambient_aerosol_in_air</entry_id> 
     18016  </alias> 
     18017   
     18018  <alias id="mass_fraction_of_pm1_aerosol_in_air"> 
     18019    <entry_id>mass_fraction_of_pm1_ambient_aerosol_in_air</entry_id> 
     18020  </alias> 
     18021   
     18022  <alias id="mass_fraction_of_pm2p5_aerosol_in_air"> 
     18023    <entry_id>mass_fraction_of_pm2p5_ambient_aerosol_in_air</entry_id> 
     18024  </alias> 
     18025   
     18026  <alias id="mole_concentration_of_diatoms_in_sea_water_expressed_as_nitrogen"> 
     18027    <entry_id>mole_concentration_of_diatoms_expressed_as_nitrogen_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
     18028  </alias> 
     18029   
     18030  <alias id="mole_concentration_of_mesozooplankton_in_sea_water_expressed_as_nitrogen"> 
     18031    <entry_id>mole_concentration_of_mesozooplankton_expressed_as_nitrogen_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
     18032  </alias> 
     18033   
     18034  <alias id="mole_concentration_of_microzooplankton_in_sea_water_expressed_as_nitrogen"> 
     18035    <entry_id>mole_concentration_of_microzooplankton_expressed_as_nitrogen_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
     18036  </alias> 
     18037   
     18038  <alias id="mole_concentration_of_organic_detritus_in_sea_water_expressed_as_nitrogen"> 
     18039    <entry_id>mole_concentration_of_organic_detritus_expressed_as_nitrogen_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
     18040  </alias> 
     18041   
     18042  <alias id="mole_concentration_of_organic_detritus_in_sea_water_expressed_as_silicon"> 
     18043    <entry_id>mole_concentration_of_organic_detritus_expressed_as_silicon_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
     18044  </alias> 
     18045   
     18046  <alias id="mole_concentration_of_phytoplankton_in_sea_water_expressed_as_nitrogen"> 
     18047    <entry_id>mole_concentration_of_phytoplankton_expressed_as_nitrogen_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
     18048  </alias> 
     18049   
     18050  <alias id="mole_fraction_of_chlorine dioxide_in_air"> 
     18051    <entry_id>mole_fraction_of_chlorine_dioxide_in_air</entry_id> 
     18052  </alias> 
     18053   
     18054  <alias id="mole_fraction_of_chlorine monoxide_in_air"> 
     18055    <entry_id>mole_fraction_of_chlorine_monoxide_in_air</entry_id> 
     18056  </alias> 
     18057   
     18058  <alias id="mole_fraction_of_dichlorine peroxide_in_air"> 
     18059    <entry_id>mole_fraction_of_dichlorine_peroxide_in_air</entry_id> 
     18060  </alias> 
     18061   
     18062  <alias id="mole_fraction_of_hypochlorous acid_in_air"> 
     18063    <entry_id>mole_fraction_of_hypochlorous_acid_in_air</entry_id> 
     18064  </alias> 
     18065   
     18066  <alias id="mole_fraction_of_total_inorganic_bromine_in_air"> 
     18067    <entry_id>mole_fraction_of_inorganic_bromine_in_air</entry_id> 
     18068  </alias> 
     18069   
     18070  <alias id="mole_fraction_of_total_reactive_nitrogen_in_air"> 
     18071    <entry_id>mole_fraction_of_noy_expressed_as_nitrogen_in_air</entry_id> 
     18072  </alias> 
     18073   
     18074  <alias id="mole_fraction_of_o3_in_air"> 
     18075    <entry_id>mole_fraction_of_ozone_in_air</entry_id> 
     18076  </alias> 
     18077   
     18078  <alias id="moles_per_unit_mass_of_cfc11_in_sea_water"> 
     18079    <entry_id>moles_of_cfc11_per_unit_mass_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
     18080  </alias> 
     18081   
     18082  <alias id="northward_eliassen_palm_flux"> 
     18083    <entry_id>northward_eliassen_palm_flux_in_air</entry_id> 
     18084  </alias> 
     18085   
     18086  <alias id="northward_heat_flux_due_to_eddy_advection"> 
     18087    <entry_id>northward_heat_flux_in_air_due_to_eddy_advection</entry_id> 
     18088  </alias> 
     18089   
     18090  <alias id="northward_transformed_eulerian_mean_velocity"> 
     18091    <entry_id>northward_transformed_eulerian_mean_air_velocity</entry_id> 
     18092  </alias> 
     18093   
     18094  <alias id="northward_water_vapor_flux"> 
     18095    <entry_id>northward_water_vapor_flux_in_air</entry_id> 
     18096  </alias> 
     18097   
     18098  <alias id="optical_thickness_of_atmosphere_layer_due_to_aerosol"> 
     18099    <entry_id>optical_thickness_of_atmosphere_layer_due_to_ambient_aerosol</entry_id> 
     18100  </alias> 
     18101   
     18102  <alias id="precipitation_flux_onto_canopy_where_land"> 
     18103    <entry_id>precipitation_flux_onto_canopy</entry_id> 
     18104  </alias> 
     18105   
     18106  <alias id="product_of_northward_wind_and_specific_humdity"> 
     18107    <entry_id>product_of_northward_wind_and_specific_humidity</entry_id> 
     18108  </alias> 
     18109   
     18110  <alias id="electromagnetic_wavelength"> 
     18111    <entry_id>radiation_wavelength</entry_id> 
     18112  </alias> 
     18113   
     18114  <alias id="sea_floor_depth"> 
     18115    <entry_id>sea_floor_depth_below_geoid</entry_id> 
     18116  </alias> 
     18117   
     18118  <alias id="sea_surface_elevation"> 
     18119    <entry_id>sea_surface_height_above_geoid</entry_id> 
     18120  </alias> 
     18121   
     18122  <alias id="sea_surface_elevation_anomaly"> 
     18123    <entry_id>sea_surface_height_above_geoid</entry_id> 
     18124  </alias> 
     18125   
     18126  <alias id="sea_surface_height"> 
     18127    <entry_id>sea_surface_height_above_sea_level</entry_id> 
     18128  </alias> 
     18129   
     18130  <alias id="swell_wave_period"> 
     18131    <entry_id>sea_surface_swell_wave_period</entry_id> 
     18132  </alias> 
     18133   
     18134  <alias id="significant_height_of_swell_waves"> 
     18135    <entry_id>sea_surface_swell_wave_significant_height</entry_id> 
     18136  </alias> 
     18137   
     18138  <alias id="direction_of_swell_wave_velocity"> 
     18139    <entry_id>sea_surface_swell_wave_to_direction</entry_id> 
     18140  </alias> 
     18141   
     18142  <alias id="significant_height_of_wind_and_swell_waves"> 
     18143    <entry_id>sea_surface_wave_significant_height</entry_id> 
     18144  </alias> 
     18145   
     18146  <alias id="wind_wave_period"> 
     18147    <entry_id>sea_surface_wind_wave_period</entry_id> 
     18148  </alias> 
     18149   
     18150  <alias id="significant_height_of_wind_waves"> 
     18151    <entry_id>sea_surface_wind_wave_significant_height</entry_id> 
     18152  </alias> 
     18153   
     18154  <alias id="direction_of_wind_wave_velocity"> 
     18155    <entry_id>sea_surface_wind_wave_to_direction</entry_id> 
     18156  </alias> 
     18157   
     18158  <alias id="x_sea_water_velocity"> 
     18159    <entry_id>sea_water_x_velocity</entry_id> 
     18160  </alias> 
     18161   
     18162  <alias id="y_sea_water_velocity"> 
     18163    <entry_id>sea_water_y_velocity</entry_id> 
     18164  </alias> 
     18165   
     18166  <alias id="snow_soot_content"> 
     18167    <entry_id>soot_content_of_surface_snow</entry_id> 
     18168  </alias> 
     18169   
     18170  <alias id="specific_potential_energy"> 
     18171    <entry_id>specific_gravitational_potential_energy</entry_id> 
     18172  </alias> 
     18173   
     18174  <alias id="large_scale_cloud_area_fraction"> 
     18175    <entry_id>stratiform_cloud_area_fraction</entry_id> 
     18176  </alias> 
     18177   
     18178  <alias id="large_scale_graupel_flux"> 
     18179    <entry_id>stratiform_graupel_flux</entry_id> 
     18180  </alias> 
     18181   
     18182  <alias id="large_scale_precipitation_amount"> 
     18183    <entry_id>stratiform_precipitation_amount</entry_id> 
     18184  </alias> 
     18185   
     18186  <alias id="large_scale_precipitation_flux"> 
     18187    <entry_id>stratiform_precipitation_flux</entry_id> 
     18188  </alias> 
     18189   
     18190  <alias id="large_scale_rainfall_amount"> 
     18191    <entry_id>stratiform_rainfall_amount</entry_id> 
     18192  </alias> 
     18193   
     18194  <alias id="large_scale_rainfall_flux"> 
     18195    <entry_id>stratiform_rainfall_flux</entry_id> 
     18196  </alias> 
     18197   
     18198  <alias id="large_scale_rainfall_rate"> 
     18199    <entry_id>stratiform_rainfall_rate</entry_id> 
     18200  </alias> 
     18201   
     18202  <alias id="large_scale_snowfall_amount"> 
     18203    <entry_id>stratiform_snowfall_amount</entry_id> 
     18204  </alias> 
     18205   
     18206  <alias id="large_scale_snowfall_flux"> 
     18207    <entry_id>stratiform_snowfall_flux</entry_id> 
     18208  </alias> 
     18209   
     18210  <alias id="surface_carbon_dioxide_mole_flux"> 
     18211    <entry_id>surface_downward_mole_flux_of_carbon_dioxide</entry_id> 
     18212  </alias> 
     18213   
     18214  <alias id="surface_downwelling_longwave_flux"> 
     18215    <entry_id>surface_downwelling_longwave_flux_in_air</entry_id> 
     18216  </alias> 
     18217   
     18218  <alias id="surface_downwelling_shortwave_flux"> 
     18219    <entry_id>surface_downwelling_shortwave_flux_in_air</entry_id> 
     18220  </alias> 
     18221   
     18222  <alias id="surface_downwelling_shortwave_flux_assuming_clear_sky"> 
     18223    <entry_id>surface_downwelling_shortwave_flux_in_air_assuming_clear_sky</entry_id> 
     18224  </alias> 
     18225   
     18226  <alias id="atmosphere_surface_drag_coefficient_of_heat"> 
     18227    <entry_id>surface_drag_coefficient_for_heat_in_air</entry_id> 
     18228  </alias> 
     18229   
     18230  <alias id="atmosphere_surface_drag_coefficient_of_momentum"> 
     18231    <entry_id>surface_drag_coefficient_for_momentum_in_air</entry_id> 
     18232  </alias> 
     18233   
     18234  <alias id="atmosphere_surface_drag_coefficient"> 
     18235    <entry_id>surface_drag_coefficient_in_air</entry_id> 
     18236  </alias> 
     18237   
     18238  <alias id="surface_eastward_geostrophic_sea_water_velocity"> 
     18239    <entry_id>surface_geostrophic_eastward_sea_water_velocity</entry_id> 
     18240  </alias> 
     18241   
     18242  <alias id="surface_eastward_geostrophic_sea_water_velocity_assuming_sea_level_for_geoid"> 
     18243    <entry_id>surface_geostrophic_eastward_sea_water_velocity_assuming_sea_level_for_geoid</entry_id> 
     18244  </alias> 
     18245   
     18246  <alias id="surface_northward_geostrophic_sea_water_velocity"> 
     18247    <entry_id>surface_geostrophic_northward_sea_water_velocity</entry_id> 
     18248  </alias> 
     18249   
     18250  <alias id="surface_northward_geostrophic_sea_water_velocity_assuming_sea_level_for_geoid"> 
     18251    <entry_id>surface_geostrophic_northward_sea_water_velocity_assuming_sea_level_for_geoid</entry_id> 
     18252  </alias> 
     18253   
     18254  <alias id="surface_net_downward_radiative_flux_where_land"> 
     18255    <entry_id>surface_net_downward_radiative_flux</entry_id> 
     18256  </alias> 
     18257   
     18258  <alias id="surface_snow_thickness_where_sea_ice"> 
     18259    <entry_id>surface_snow_thickness</entry_id> 
     18260  </alias> 
     18261   
     18262  <alias id="surface_temperature_where_land"> 
     18263    <entry_id>surface_temperature</entry_id> 
     18264  </alias> 
     18265   
     18266  <alias id="surface_temperature_where_open_sea"> 
     18267    <entry_id>surface_temperature</entry_id> 
     18268  </alias> 
     18269   
     18270  <alias id="surface_temperature_where_snow"> 
     18271    <entry_id>surface_temperature</entry_id> 
     18272  </alias> 
     18273   
     18274  <alias id="surface_carbon_dioxide_mole_flux"> 
     18275    <entry_id>surface_upward_mole_flux_of_carbon_dioxide</entry_id> 
     18276  </alias> 
     18277   
     18278  <alias id="surface_upward_sensible_heat_flux_where_sea"> 
     18279    <entry_id>surface_upward_sensible_heat_flux</entry_id> 
     18280  </alias> 
     18281   
     18282  <alias id="surface_upwelling_longwave_flux"> 
     18283    <entry_id>surface_upwelling_longwave_flux_in_air</entry_id> 
     18284  </alias> 
     18285   
     18286  <alias id="surface_upwelling_longwave_flux_assuming_clear_sky"> 
     18287    <entry_id>surface_upwelling_longwave_flux_in_air_assuming_clear_sky</entry_id> 
     18288  </alias> 
     18289   
     18290  <alias id="surface_upwelling_shortwave_flux"> 
     18291    <entry_id>surface_upwelling_shortwave_flux_in_air</entry_id> 
     18292  </alias> 
     18293   
     18294  <alias id="surface_upwelling_shortwave_flux_assuming_clear_sky"> 
     18295    <entry_id>surface_upwelling_shortwave_flux_in_air_assuming_clear_sky</entry_id> 
     18296  </alias> 
     18297   
     18298  <alias id="snow_temperature"> 
     18299    <entry_id>temperature_in_surface_snow</entry_id> 
     18300  </alias> 
     18301   
     18302  <alias id="tendency_of_air_temperature_due_to_large_scale_precipitation"> 
     18303    <entry_id>tendency_of_air_temperature_due_to_stratiform_precipitation</entry_id> 
     18304  </alias> 
     18305   
     18306  <alias id="tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_particulate_organic_matter_dry_aerosol_due_to_net_production_and_emission"> 
     18307    <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_particulate_organic_matter_dry_aerosol_due_to_net_chemical_production_and_emission</entry_id> 
     18308  </alias> 
     18309   
     18310  <alias id="tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_secondary_particulate_organic_matter_dry_aerosol_due_to_net_production"> 
     18311    <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_secondary_particulate_organic_matter_dry_aerosol_due_to_net_chemical_production</entry_id> 
     18312  </alias> 
     18313   
     18314  <alias id="tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_sulfate_expressed_as_sulfur_dry_aerosol_due_to_dry_deposition"> 
     18315    <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_sulfate_dry_aerosol_expressed_as_sulfur_due_to_dry_deposition</entry_id> 
     18316  </alias> 
     18317   
     18318  <alias id="tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_sulfate_expressed_as_sulfur_dry_aerosol_due_to_gravitational_settling"> 
     18319    <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_sulfate_dry_aerosol_expressed_as_sulfur_due_to_gravitational_settling</entry_id> 
     18320  </alias> 
     18321   
     18322  <alias id="tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_sulfate_expressed_as_sulfur_dry_aerosol_due_to_turbulent_deposition"> 
     18323    <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_sulfate_dry_aerosol_expressed_as_sulfur_due_to_turbulent_deposition</entry_id> 
     18324  </alias> 
     18325   
     18326  <alias id="tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_sulfate_expressed_as_sulfur_dry_aerosol_due_to_wet_deposition"> 
     18327    <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_sulfate_dry_aerosol_expressed_as_sulfur_due_to_wet_deposition</entry_id> 
     18328  </alias> 
     18329   
     18330  <alias id="tendency_of_atmosphere_water_content_due_to_advection"> 
     18331    <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_water_due_to_advection</entry_id> 
     18332  </alias> 
     18333   
     18334  <alias id="tendency_of_atmosphere_water_vapor_content"> 
     18335    <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_water_vapor</entry_id> 
     18336  </alias> 
     18337   
     18338  <alias id="tendency_of_atmosphere_water_vapor_content_due_to_convection"> 
     18339    <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_water_vapor_due_to_convection</entry_id> 
     18340  </alias> 
     18341   
     18342  <alias id="tendency_of_atmosphere_water_vapor_content_due_to_deep_convection"> 
     18343    <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_water_vapor_due_to_deep_convection</entry_id> 
     18344  </alias> 
     18345   
     18346  <alias id="tendency_of_atmosphere_water_vapor_content_due_to_shallow_convection"> 
     18347    <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_water_vapor_due_to_shallow_convection</entry_id> 
     18348  </alias> 
     18349   
     18350  <alias id="tendency_of_atmosphere_water_vapor_content_due_to_turbulence"> 
     18351    <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_water_vapor_due_to_turbulence</entry_id> 
     18352  </alias> 
     18353   
     18354  <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_carbon_monoxide_in_atmosphere"> 
     18355    <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_moles_of_carbon_monoxide</entry_id> 
     18356  </alias> 
     18357   
     18358  <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_carbon_tetrachloride_in_atmosphere"> 
     18359    <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_moles_of_carbon_tetrachloride</entry_id> 
     18360  </alias> 
     18361   
     18362  <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_cfc11_in_atmosphere"> 
     18363    <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_moles_of_cfc11</entry_id> 
     18364  </alias> 
     18365   
     18366  <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_cfc113_in_atmosphere"> 
     18367    <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_moles_of_cfc113</entry_id> 
     18368  </alias> 
     18369   
     18370  <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_cfc114_in_atmosphere"> 
     18371    <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_moles_of_cfc114</entry_id> 
     18372  </alias> 
     18373   
     18374  <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_cfc115_in_atmosphere"> 
     18375    <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_moles_of_cfc115</entry_id> 
     18376  </alias> 
     18377   
     18378  <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_cfc12_in_atmosphere"> 
     18379    <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_moles_of_cfc12</entry_id> 
     18380  </alias> 
     18381   
     18382  <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_halon1202_in_atmosphere"> 
     18383    <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_moles_of_halon1202</entry_id> 
     18384  </alias> 
     18385   
     18386  <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_halon1211_in_atmosphere"> 
     18387    <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_moles_of_halon1211</entry_id> 
     18388  </alias> 
     18389   
     18390  <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_halon1301_in_atmosphere"> 
     18391    <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_moles_of_halon1301</entry_id> 
     18392  </alias> 
     18393   
     18394  <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_halon2402_in_atmosphere"> 
     18395    <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_moles_of_halon2402</entry_id> 
     18396  </alias> 
     18397   
     18398  <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_hcc140a_in_atmosphere"> 
     18399    <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_moles_of_hcc140a</entry_id> 
     18400  </alias> 
     18401   
     18402  <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_hcfc22_in_atmosphere"> 
     18403    <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_moles_of_hcfc22</entry_id> 
     18404  </alias> 
     18405   
     18406  <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_methane_in_atmosphere"> 
     18407    <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_moles_of_methane</entry_id> 
     18408  </alias> 
     18409   
     18410  <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_methyl_bromide_in_atmosphere"> 
     18411    <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_moles_of_methyl_bromide</entry_id> 
     18412  </alias> 
     18413   
     18414  <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_methyl_chloride_in_atmosphere"> 
     18415    <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_moles_of_methyl_chloride</entry_id> 
     18416  </alias> 
     18417   
     18418  <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_molecular_hydrogen_in_atmosphere"> 
     18419    <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_moles_of_molecular_hydrogen</entry_id> 
     18420  </alias> 
     18421   
     18422  <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_nitrous_oxide_in_atmosphere"> 
     18423    <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_moles_of_nitrous_oxide</entry_id> 
     18424  </alias> 
     18425   
     18426  <alias id="tendency_of_water_vapor_content_of_atmosphere_layer"> 
     18427    <entry_id>tendency_of_mass_content_of_water_vapor_in_atmosphere_layer</entry_id> 
     18428  </alias> 
     18429   
     18430  <alias id="tendency_of_water_vapor_content_of_atmosphere_layer_due_to_convection"> 
     18431    <entry_id>tendency_of_mass_content_of_water_vapor_in_atmosphere_layer_due_to_convection</entry_id> 
     18432  </alias> 
     18433   
     18434  <alias id="tendency_of_water_vapor_content_of_atmosphere_layer_due_to_deep_convection"> 
     18435    <entry_id>tendency_of_mass_content_of_water_vapor_in_atmosphere_layer_due_to_deep_convection</entry_id> 
     18436  </alias> 
     18437   
     18438  <alias id="tendency_of_water_vapor_content_of_atmosphere_layer_due_to_shallow_convection"> 
     18439    <entry_id>tendency_of_mass_content_of_water_vapor_in_atmosphere_layer_due_to_shallow_convection</entry_id> 
     18440  </alias> 
     18441   
     18442  <alias id="tendency_of_water_vapor_content_of_atmosphere_layer_due_to_turbulence"> 
     18443    <entry_id>tendency_of_mass_content_of_water_vapor_in_atmosphere_layer_due_to_turbulence</entry_id> 
     18444  </alias> 
     18445   
     18446  <alias id="tendency_of_mass_fraction_of_stratiform_cloud_ice_in_air_due_to_heterogeneous_nucleation_from_cloud_liquid"> 
     18447    <entry_id>tendency_of_mass_fraction_of_stratiform_cloud_ice_in_air_due_to_heterogeneous_nucleation_from_cloud_liquid_water</entry_id> 
     18448  </alias> 
     18449   
     18450  <alias id="tendency_of_mass_fraction_of_stratiform_cloud_ice_in_air_due_to_melting_to_cloud_liquid"> 
     18451    <entry_id>tendency_of_mass_fraction_of_stratiform_cloud_ice_in_air_due_to_melting_to_cloud_liquid_water</entry_id> 
     18452  </alias> 
     18453   
     18454  <alias id="tendency_of_mass_fraction_of_stratiform_cloud_ice_in_air_due_to_riming_from_cloud_liquid"> 
     18455    <entry_id>tendency_of_mass_fraction_of_stratiform_cloud_ice_in_air_due_to_riming_from_cloud_liquid_water</entry_id> 
     18456  </alias> 
     18457   
     18458  <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_carbon_monoxide_in_middle_atmosphere"> 
     18459    <entry_id>tendency_of_middle_atmosphere_moles_of_carbon_monoxide</entry_id> 
     18460  </alias> 
     18461   
     18462  <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_hcc140a_in_middle_atmosphere"> 
     18463    <entry_id>tendency_of_middle_atmosphere_moles_of_hcc140a</entry_id> 
     18464  </alias> 
     18465   
     18466  <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_methane_in_middle_atmosphere"> 
     18467    <entry_id>tendency_of_middle_atmosphere_moles_of_methane</entry_id> 
     18468  </alias> 
     18469   
     18470  <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_methyl_bromide_in_middle_atmosphere"> 
     18471    <entry_id>tendency_of_middle_atmosphere_moles_of_methyl_bromide</entry_id> 
     18472  </alias> 
     18473   
     18474  <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_methyl_chloride_in_middle_atmosphere"> 
     18475    <entry_id>tendency_of_middle_atmosphere_moles_of_methyl_chloride</entry_id> 
     18476  </alias> 
     18477   
     18478  <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_molecular_hydrogen_in_middle_atmosphere"> 
     18479    <entry_id>tendency_of_middle_atmosphere_moles_of_molecular_hydrogen</entry_id> 
     18480  </alias> 
     18481   
     18482  <alias id="tendency_of_mole_concentration_of_dissolved_inorganic_phosphate_in_sea_water_due_to_biological_processes"> 
     18483    <entry_id>tendency_of_mole_concentration_of_dissolved_inorganic_phosphorus_in_sea_water_due_to_biological_processes</entry_id> 
     18484  </alias> 
     18485   
     18486  <alias id="tendency_of_mole_concentration_of_dissolved_inorganic_silicate_in_sea_water_due_to_biological_processes"> 
     18487    <entry_id>tendency_of_mole_concentration_of_dissolved_inorganic_silicon_in_sea_water_due_to_biological_processes</entry_id> 
     18488  </alias> 
     18489   
     18490  <alias id="tendency_of_specific_humidity_due_to_large_scale_precipitation"> 
     18491    <entry_id>tendency_of_specific_humidity_due_to_stratiform_precipitation</entry_id> 
     18492  </alias> 
     18493   
     18494  <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_carbon_monoxide_in_troposphere"> 
     18495    <entry_id>tendency_of_troposphere_moles_of_carbon_monoxide</entry_id> 
     18496  </alias> 
     18497   
     18498  <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_hcc140a_in_troposphere"> 
     18499    <entry_id>tendency_of_troposphere_moles_of_hcc140a</entry_id> 
     18500  </alias> 
     18501   
     18502  <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_hcfc22_in_troposphere"> 
     18503    <entry_id>tendency_of_troposphere_moles_of_hcfc22</entry_id> 
     18504  </alias> 
     18505   
     18506  <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_methane_in_troposphere"> 
     18507    <entry_id>tendency_of_troposphere_moles_of_methane</entry_id> 
     18508  </alias> 
     18509   
     18510  <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_methyl_bromide_in_troposphere"> 
     18511    <entry_id>tendency_of_troposphere_moles_of_methyl_bromide</entry_id> 
     18512  </alias> 
     18513   
     18514  <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_methyl_chloride_in_troposphere"> 
     18515    <entry_id>tendency_of_troposphere_moles_of_methyl_chloride</entry_id> 
     18516  </alias> 
     18517   
     18518  <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_molecular_hydrogen_in_troposphere"> 
     18519    <entry_id>tendency_of_troposphere_moles_of_molecular_hydrogen</entry_id> 
     18520  </alias> 
     18521   
     18522  <alias id="snow_thermal_energy_content"> 
     18523    <entry_id>thermal_energy_content_of_surface_snow</entry_id> 
     18524  </alias> 
     18525   
     18526  <alias id="thickness_of_large_scale_rainfall_amount"> 
     18527    <entry_id>thickness_of_stratiform_rainfall_amount</entry_id> 
     18528  </alias> 
     18529   
     18530  <alias id="thickness_of_large_scale_snowfall_amount"> 
     18531    <entry_id>thickness_of_stratiform_snowfall_amount</entry_id> 
     18532  </alias> 
     18533   
     18534  <alias id="upward_flux_of_eastward_momentum_due_to_nonorographic_eastward_gravity_waves"> 
     18535    <entry_id>upward_eastward_momentum_flux_in_air_due_to_nonorographic_eastward_gravity_waves</entry_id> 
     18536  </alias> 
     18537   
     18538  <alias id="upward_flux_of_eastward_momentum_due_to_nonorographic_westward_gravity_waves"> 
     18539    <entry_id>upward_eastward_momentum_flux_in_air_due_to_nonorographic_westward_gravity_waves</entry_id> 
     18540  </alias> 
     18541   
     18542  <alias id="upward_flux_of_eastward_momentum_due_to_orographic_gravity_waves"> 
     18543    <entry_id>upward_eastward_momentum_flux_in_air_due_to_orographic_gravity_waves</entry_id> 
     18544  </alias> 
     18545   
     18546  <alias id="upward_eliassen_palm_flux"> 
     18547    <entry_id>upward_eliassen_palm_flux_in_air</entry_id> 
     18548  </alias> 
     18549   
     18550  <alias id="volume_fraction_of_water_in_soil"> 
     18551    <entry_id>volume_fraction_of_condensed_water_in_soil</entry_id> 
     18552  </alias> 
     18553   
     18554  <alias id="volume_fraction_of_water_in_soil_at_critical_point"> 
     18555    <entry_id>volume_fraction_of_condensed_water_in_soil_at_critical_point</entry_id> 
     18556  </alias> 
     18557   
     18558  <alias id="volume_fraction_of_water_in_soil_at_field_capacity"> 
     18559    <entry_id>volume_fraction_of_condensed_water_in_soil_at_field_capacity</entry_id> 
     18560  </alias> 
     18561   
     18562  <alias id="volume_fraction_of_water_in_soil_at_wilting_point"> 
     18563    <entry_id>volume_fraction_of_condensed_water_in_soil_at_wilting_point</entry_id> 
     18564  </alias> 
     18565   
     18566  <alias id="water_evaporation_amount_from_canopy_where_land"> 
     18567    <entry_id>water_evaporation_amount_from_canopy</entry_id> 
     18568  </alias> 
     18569   
     18570  <alias id="water_evaporation_flux_where_sea_ice"> 
     18571    <entry_id>water_evaporation_flux</entry_id> 
     18572  </alias> 
     18573   
     18574  <alias id="water_evaporation_flux_from_canopy_where_land"> 
     18575    <entry_id>water_evaporation_flux_from_canopy</entry_id> 
     18576  </alias> 
     18577   
     18578  <alias id="water_flux_into_ocean"> 
     18579    <entry_id>water_flux_into_sea_water</entry_id> 
     18580  </alias> 
     18581   
     18582  <alias id="water_flux_into_ocean_from_rivers"> 
     18583    <entry_id>water_flux_into_sea_water_from_rivers</entry_id> 
     18584  </alias> 
     18585   
     18586  <alias id="water_vapor_pressure"> 
     18587    <entry_id>water_vapor_partial_pressure_in_air</entry_id> 
     18588  </alias> 
     18589   
     18590  <alias id="water_vapor_saturation_deficit"> 
     18591    <entry_id>water_vapor_saturation_deficit_in_air</entry_id> 
     18592  </alias> 
     18593   
     18594  <alias id="water_volume_transport_into_ocean_from_rivers"> 
     18595    <entry_id>water_volume_transport_into_sea_water_from_rivers</entry_id> 
     18596  </alias> 
     18597   
     18598  <alias id="sea_surface_wave_frequency"> 
     18599    <entry_id>wave_frequency</entry_id> 
     18600  </alias> 
     18601   
     18602  <alias id="wind_mixing_energy_flux_into_ocean"> 
     18603    <entry_id>wind_mixing_energy_flux_into_sea_water</entry_id> 
     18604  </alias> 
     18605   
     18606  <alias id="grid_eastward_wind"> 
     18607    <entry_id>x_wind</entry_id> 
     18608  </alias> 
     18609   
     18610  <alias id="grid_northward_wind"> 
     18611    <entry_id>y_wind</entry_id> 
     18612  </alias> 
     18613   
     18614  <alias id="tendency_of_atmosphere_water_vapor_content_due_to_advection"> 
     18615    <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_water_vapor_due_to_advection</entry_id> 
     18616  </alias> 
     18617   
     18618  <alias id="downwelling_spectral_spherical_irradiance_in_sea_water"> 
     18619    <entry_id>downwelling_spherical_irradiance_per_unit_wavelength_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
     18620  </alias> 
     18621   
     18622  <alias id="surface_downwelling_spectral_photon_flux_in_sea_water"> 
     18623    <entry_id>surface_downwelling_photon_flux_per_unit_wavelength_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
     18624  </alias> 
     18625   
     18626  <alias id="surface_downwelling_spectral_radiance_in_sea_water"> 
     18627    <entry_id>surface_downwelling_radiance_per_unit_wavelength_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
     18628  </alias> 
     18629   
     18630  <alias id="surface_downwelling_spectral_radiative_flux_in_sea_water"> 
     18631    <entry_id>surface_downwelling_radiative_flux_per_unit_wavelength_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
     18632  </alias> 
     18633   
     18634  <alias id="surface_upwelling_spectral_radiance_in_air_emerging_from_sea_water"> 
     18635    <entry_id>surface_upwelling_radiance_per_unit_wavelength_in_air_emerging_from_sea_water</entry_id> 
     18636  </alias> 
     18637   
     18638  <alias id="land_ice_surface_specific_mass_balance"> 
     18639    <entry_id>land_ice_surface_specific_mass_balance_rate</entry_id> 
     18640  </alias> 
     18641   
     18642  <alias id="surface_upwelling_spectral_radiative_flux_in_air"> 
     18643    <entry_id>surface_upwelling_radiative_flux_per_unit_wavelength_in_air</entry_id> 
     18644  </alias> 
     18645   
     18646  <alias id="land_ice_lwe_surface_specific_mass_balance"> 
     18647    <entry_id>land_ice_lwe_surface_specific_mass_balance_rate</entry_id> 
     18648  </alias> 
     18649   
     18650  <alias id="upwelling_spectral_radiance_in_air"> 
     18651    <entry_id>upwelling_radiance_per_unit_wavelength_in_air</entry_id> 
     18652  </alias> 
     18653   
     18654  <alias id="upwelling_spectral_radiative_flux_in_air"> 
     18655    <entry_id>upwelling_radiative_flux_per_unit_wavelength_in_air</entry_id> 
     18656  </alias> 
     18657   
     18658  <alias id="upwelling_spectral_radiative_flux_in_sea_water"> 
     18659    <entry_id>upwelling_radiative_flux_per_unit_wavelength_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
     18660  </alias> 
     18661   
     18662  <alias id="surface_downwelling_spectral_radiative_flux_in_air"> 
     18663    <entry_id>surface_downwelling_radiative_flux_per_unit_wavelength_in_air</entry_id> 
     18664  </alias> 
     18665   
     18666  <alias id="downwelling_spectral_photon_flux_in_sea_water"> 
     18667    <entry_id>downwelling_photon_flux_per_unit_wavelength_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
     18668  </alias> 
     18669   
     18670  <alias id="surface_upwelling_spectral_radiative_flux_in_sea_water"> 
     18671    <entry_id>surface_upwelling_radiative_flux_per_unit_wavelength_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
     18672  </alias> 
     18673   
     18674  <alias id="downwelling_spectral_photon_radiance_in_sea_water"> 
     18675    <entry_id>downwelling_photon_radiance_per_unit_wavelength_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
     18676  </alias> 
     18677   
     18678  <alias id="surface_upwelling_spectral_radiance_in_sea_water"> 
     18679    <entry_id>surface_upwelling_radiance_per_unit_wavelength_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
     18680  </alias> 
     18681   
     18682  <alias id="surface_upwelling_spectral_radiance_in_air_reflected_by_sea_water"> 
     18683    <entry_id>surface_upwelling_radiance_per_unit_wavelength_in_air_reflected_by_sea_water</entry_id> 
     18684  </alias> 
     18685   
     18686  <alias id="surface_upwelling_spectral_radiance_in_air"> 
     18687    <entry_id>surface_upwelling_radiance_per_unit_wavelength_in_air</entry_id> 
     18688  </alias> 
     18689   
     18690  <alias id="surface_downwelling_spectral_spherical_irradiance_in_sea_water"> 
     18691    <entry_id>surface_downwelling_spherical_irradiance_per_unit_wavelength_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
     18692  </alias> 
     18693   
     18694  <alias id="surface_downwelling_spectral_photon_spherical_irradiance_in_sea_water"> 
     18695    <entry_id>surface_downwelling_photon_spherical_irradiance_per_unit_wavelength_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
     18696  </alias> 
     18697   
     18698  <alias id="downwelling_spectral_photon_spherical_irradiance_in_sea_water"> 
     18699    <entry_id>downwelling_photon_spherical_irradiance_per_unit_wavelength_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
     18700  </alias> 
     18701   
     18702  <alias id="surface_downwelling_spectral_photon_radiance_in_sea_water"> 
     18703    <entry_id>surface_downwelling_photon_radiance_per_unit_wavelength_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
     18704  </alias> 
     18705   
     18706  <alias id="omnidirectional_spectral_spherical_irradiance_in_sea_water"> 
     18707    <entry_id>omnidirectional_spherical_irradiance_per_unit_wavelength_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
     18708  </alias> 
     18709   
     18710  <alias id="isotropic_spectral_radiance_in_air"> 
     18711    <entry_id>isotropic_radiance_per_unit_wavelength_in_air</entry_id> 
     18712  </alias> 
     18713   
     18714  <alias id="spectral_radiance"> 
     18715    <entry_id>isotropic_radiance_per_unit_wavelength_in_air</entry_id> 
     18716  </alias> 
     18717   
     18718  <alias id="downwelling_spectral_radiance_in_air"> 
     18719    <entry_id>downwelling_radiance_per_unit_wavelength_in_air</entry_id> 
     18720  </alias> 
     18721   
     18722  <alias id="downwelling_spectral_radiance_in_sea_water"> 
     18723    <entry_id>downwelling_radiance_per_unit_wavelength_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
     18724  </alias> 
     18725   
     18726  <alias id="downwelling_spectral_radiative_flux_in_air"> 
     18727    <entry_id>downwelling_radiative_flux_per_unit_wavelength_in_air</entry_id> 
     18728  </alias> 
     18729   
     18730  <alias id="downwelling_spectral_radiative_flux_in_sea_water"> 
     18731    <entry_id>downwelling_radiative_flux_per_unit_wavelength_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
     18732  </alias> 
     18733   
     18734  <alias id="station_description"> 
     18735    <entry_id>platform_name</entry_id> 
     18736  </alias> 
     18737   
     18738  <alias id="station_wmo_id"> 
     18739    <entry_id>platform_id</entry_id> 
     18740  </alias> 
     18741   
    1772418742  <alias id="atmosphere_water_vapor_content"> 
    1772518743    <entry_id>atmosphere_mass_content_of_water_vapor</entry_id> 
    1772618744  </alias> 
    1772718745   
    17728   <alias id="moles_of_carbon_monoxide_in_atmosphere"> 
    17729     <entry_id>atmosphere_moles_of_carbon_monoxide</entry_id> 
    17730   </alias> 
    17731    
    17732   <alias id="moles_of_carbon_tetrachloride_in_atmosphere"> 
    17733     <entry_id>atmosphere_moles_of_carbon_tetrachloride</entry_id> 
    17734   </alias> 
    17735    
    17736   <alias id="moles_of_cfc11_in_atmosphere"> 
    17737     <entry_id>atmosphere_moles_of_cfc11</entry_id> 
    17738   </alias> 
    17739    
    17740   <alias id="moles_of_cfc113_in_atmosphere"> 
    17741     <entry_id>atmosphere_moles_of_cfc113</entry_id> 
    17742   </alias> 
    17743    
    17744   <alias id="moles_of_cfc114_in_atmosphere"> 
    17745     <entry_id>atmosphere_moles_of_cfc114</entry_id> 
    17746   </alias> 
    17747    
    17748   <alias id="moles_of_cfc115_in_atmosphere"> 
    17749     <entry_id>atmosphere_moles_of_cfc115</entry_id> 
    17750   </alias> 
    17751    
    17752   <alias id="moles_of_cfc12_in_atmosphere"> 
    17753     <entry_id>atmosphere_moles_of_cfc12</entry_id> 
    17754   </alias> 
    17755    
    17756   <alias id="moles_of_halon1202_in_atmosphere"> 
    17757     <entry_id>atmosphere_moles_of_halon1202</entry_id> 
    17758   </alias> 
    17759    
    17760   <alias id="moles_of_halon1211_in_atmosphere"> 
    17761     <entry_id>atmosphere_moles_of_halon1211</entry_id> 
    17762   </alias> 
    17763    
    17764   <alias id="moles_of_halon1301_in_atmosphere"> 
    17765     <entry_id>atmosphere_moles_of_halon1301</entry_id> 
    17766   </alias> 
    17767    
    17768   <alias id="moles_of_halon2402_in_atmosphere"> 
    17769     <entry_id>atmosphere_moles_of_halon2402</entry_id> 
    17770   </alias> 
    17771    
    17772   <alias id="moles_of_hcc140a_in_atmosphere"> 
    17773     <entry_id>atmosphere_moles_of_hcc140a</entry_id> 
    17774   </alias> 
    17775    
    17776   <alias id="moles_of_hcfc22_in_atmosphere"> 
    17777     <entry_id>atmosphere_moles_of_hcfc22</entry_id> 
    17778   </alias> 
    17779    
    17780   <alias id="moles_of_methane_in_atmosphere"> 
    17781     <entry_id>atmosphere_moles_of_methane</entry_id> 
    17782   </alias> 
    17783    
    17784   <alias id="moles_of_methyl_bromide_in_atmosphere"> 
    17785     <entry_id>atmosphere_moles_of_methyl_bromide</entry_id> 
    17786   </alias> 
    17787    
    17788   <alias id="moles_of_methyl_chloride_in_atmosphere"> 
    17789     <entry_id>atmosphere_moles_of_methyl_chloride</entry_id> 
    17790   </alias> 
    17791    
    17792   <alias id="moles_of_molecular_hydrogen_in_atmosphere"> 
    17793     <entry_id>atmosphere_moles_of_molecular_hydrogen</entry_id> 
    17794   </alias> 
    17795    
    17796   <alias id="moles_of_nitrous_oxide_in_atmosphere"> 
    17797     <entry_id>atmosphere_moles_of_nitrous_oxide</entry_id> 
    17798   </alias> 
    17799    
    17800   <alias id="atmosphere_convective_mass_flux"> 
    17801     <entry_id>atmosphere_net_upward_convective_mass_flux</entry_id> 
    17802   </alias> 
    17803    
    17804   <alias id="atmosphere_optical_thickness_due_to_aerosol"> 
    17805     <entry_id>atmosphere_optical_thickness_due_to_ambient_aerosol</entry_id> 
    17806   </alias> 
    17807    
    17808   <alias id="specific_convective_available_potential_energy"> 
    17809     <entry_id>atmosphere_specific_convective_available_potential_energy</entry_id> 
    17810   </alias> 
    17811    
    17812   <alias id="change_over_time_in_atmospheric_water_content_due_to_advection"> 
    17813     <entry_id>change_over_time_in_atmosphere_mass_content_of_water_due_to_advection</entry_id> 
    17814   </alias> 
    17815    
    17816   <alias id="change_over_time_in_atmosphere_water_content_due_to_advection"> 
    17817     <entry_id>change_over_time_in_atmosphere_mass_content_of_water_due_to_advection</entry_id> 
    17818   </alias> 
    17819    
    17820   <alias id="eastward_transformed_eulerian_mean_velocity"> 
    17821     <entry_id>eastward_transformed_eulerian_mean_air_velocity</entry_id> 
    17822   </alias> 
    17823    
    17824   <alias id="eastward_water_vapor_flux"> 
    17825     <entry_id>eastward_water_vapor_flux_in_air</entry_id> 
    17826   </alias> 
    17827    
    1782818746  <alias id="equivalent_thickness_at_stp_of_atmosphere_o3_content"> 
    1782918747    <entry_id>equivalent_thickness_at_stp_of_atmosphere_ozone_content</entry_id> 
    17830   </alias> 
    17831    
    17832   <alias id="longwave_radiance"> 
    17833     <entry_id>isotropic_longwave_radiance_in_air</entry_id> 
    17834   </alias> 
    17835    
    17836   <alias id="shortwave_radiance"> 
    17837     <entry_id>isotropic_shortwave_radiance_in_air</entry_id> 
    17838   </alias> 
    17839    
    17840   <alias id="spectral_radiance"> 
    17841     <entry_id>isotropic_radiance_per_unit_wavelength_in_air</entry_id> 
    17842   </alias> 
    17843    
    17844   <alias id="dissipation_in_atmosphere_boundary_layer"> 
    17845     <entry_id>kinetic_energy_dissipation_in_atmosphere_boundary_layer</entry_id> 
    17846   </alias> 
    17847    
    17848   <alias id="omega"> 
    17849     <entry_id>lagrangian_tendency_of_air_pressure</entry_id> 
    17850   </alias> 
    17851    
    17852   <alias id="vertical_air_velocity_expressed_as_tendency_of_pressure"> 
    17853     <entry_id>lagrangian_tendency_of_air_pressure</entry_id> 
    17854   </alias> 
    17855    
    17856   <alias id="upward_air_velocity_expressed_as_tendency_of_sigma"> 
    17857     <entry_id>lagrangian_tendency_of_atmosphere_sigma_coordinate</entry_id> 
    17858   </alias> 
    17859    
    17860   <alias id="vertical_air_velocity_expressed_as_tendency_of_sigma"> 
    17861     <entry_id>lagrangian_tendency_of_atmosphere_sigma_coordinate</entry_id> 
    17862   </alias> 
    17863    
    17864   <alias id="liquid_water_content_of_snow_layer"> 
    17865     <entry_id>liquid_water_content_of_surface_snow</entry_id> 
    17866   </alias> 
    17867    
    17868   <alias id="lwe_large_scale_precipitation_rate"> 
    17869     <entry_id>lwe_stratiform_precipitation_rate</entry_id> 
    17870   </alias> 
    17871    
    17872   <alias id="lwe_large_scale_snowfall_rate"> 
    17873     <entry_id>lwe_stratiform_snowfall_rate</entry_id> 
    17874   </alias> 
    17875    
    17876   <alias id="lwe_thickness_of_atmosphere_water_vapor_content"> 
    17877     <entry_id>lwe_thickness_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_water_vapor</entry_id> 
    17878   </alias> 
    17879    
    17880   <alias id="lwe_thickness_of_large_scale_precipitation_amount"> 
    17881     <entry_id>lwe_thickness_of_stratiform_precipitation_amount</entry_id> 
    17882   </alias> 
    17883    
    17884   <alias id="lwe_thickness_of_large_scale_snowfall_amount"> 
    17885     <entry_id>lwe_thickness_of_stratiform_snowfall_amount</entry_id> 
    17886   </alias> 
    17887    
    17888   <alias id="sea_ice_displacement"> 
    17889     <entry_id>magnitude_of_sea_ice_displacement</entry_id> 
    17890   </alias> 
    17891    
    17892   <alias id="chlorophyll_concentration_in_sea_water"> 
    17893     <entry_id>mass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
    17894   </alias> 
    17895    
    17896   <alias id="concentration_of_chlorophyll_in_sea_water"> 
    17897     <entry_id>mass_concentration_of_chlorophyll_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
    17898   </alias> 
    17899    
    17900   <alias id="mass_concentration_of_sulfate_aerosol_in_air"> 
    17901     <entry_id>mass_concentration_of_sulfate_ambient_aerosol_in_air</entry_id> 
    17902   </alias> 
    17903    
    17904   <alias id="concentration_of_suspended_matter_in_sea_water"> 
    17905     <entry_id>mass_concentration_of_suspended_matter_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
    17906   </alias> 
    17907    
    17908   <alias id="cloud_condensed_water_content_of_atmosphere_layer"> 
    17909     <entry_id>mass_content_of_cloud_condensed_water_in_atmosphere_layer</entry_id> 
    17910   </alias> 
    17911    
    17912   <alias id="cloud_ice_content_of_atmosphere_layer"> 
    17913     <entry_id>mass_content_of_cloud_ice_in_atmosphere_layer</entry_id> 
    17914   </alias> 
    17915    
    17916   <alias id="cloud_liquid_water_content_of_atmosphere_layer"> 
    17917     <entry_id>mass_content_of_cloud_liquid_water_in_atmosphere_layer</entry_id> 
    17918   </alias> 
    17919    
    17920   <alias id="water_content_of_atmosphere_layer"> 
    17921     <entry_id>mass_content_of_water_in_atmosphere_layer</entry_id> 
    17922   </alias> 
    17923    
    17924   <alias id="water_vapor_content_of_atmosphere_layer"> 
    17925     <entry_id>mass_content_of_water_vapor_in_atmosphere_layer</entry_id> 
    17926   </alias> 
    17927    
    17928   <alias id="mass_fraction_of_convective_condensed_water_in_air"> 
    17929     <entry_id>mass_fraction_of_convective_cloud_condensed_water_in_air</entry_id> 
    17930   </alias> 
    17931    
    17932   <alias id="mass_fraction_of_o3_in_air"> 
    17933     <entry_id>mass_fraction_of_ozone_in_air</entry_id> 
    17934   </alias> 
    17935    
    17936   <alias id="mass_fraction_of_pm10_aerosol_in_air"> 
    17937     <entry_id>mass_fraction_of_pm10_ambient_aerosol_in_air</entry_id> 
    17938   </alias> 
    17939    
    17940   <alias id="mass_fraction_of_pm1_aerosol_in_air"> 
    17941     <entry_id>mass_fraction_of_pm1_ambient_aerosol_in_air</entry_id> 
    17942   </alias> 
    17943    
    17944   <alias id="mass_fraction_of_pm2p5_aerosol_in_air"> 
    17945     <entry_id>mass_fraction_of_pm2p5_ambient_aerosol_in_air</entry_id> 
    17946   </alias> 
    17947    
    17948   <alias id="mole_concentration_of_diatoms_in_sea_water_expressed_as_nitrogen"> 
    17949     <entry_id>mole_concentration_of_diatoms_expressed_as_nitrogen_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
    17950   </alias> 
    17951    
    17952   <alias id="mole_concentration_of_mesozooplankton_in_sea_water_expressed_as_nitrogen"> 
    17953     <entry_id>mole_concentration_of_mesozooplankton_expressed_as_nitrogen_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
    17954   </alias> 
    17955    
    17956   <alias id="mole_concentration_of_microzooplankton_in_sea_water_expressed_as_nitrogen"> 
    17957     <entry_id>mole_concentration_of_microzooplankton_expressed_as_nitrogen_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
    17958   </alias> 
    17959    
    17960   <alias id="mole_concentration_of_organic_detritus_in_sea_water_expressed_as_nitrogen"> 
    17961     <entry_id>mole_concentration_of_organic_detritus_expressed_as_nitrogen_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
    17962   </alias> 
    17963    
    17964   <alias id="mole_concentration_of_organic_detritus_in_sea_water_expressed_as_silicon"> 
    17965     <entry_id>mole_concentration_of_organic_detritus_expressed_as_silicon_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
    17966   </alias> 
    17967    
    17968   <alias id="mole_concentration_of_phytoplankton_in_sea_water_expressed_as_nitrogen"> 
    17969     <entry_id>mole_concentration_of_phytoplankton_expressed_as_nitrogen_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
    17970   </alias> 
    17971    
    17972   <alias id="mole_fraction_of_chlorine dioxide_in_air"> 
    17973     <entry_id>mole_fraction_of_chlorine_dioxide_in_air</entry_id> 
    17974   </alias> 
    17975    
    17976   <alias id="mole_fraction_of_chlorine monoxide_in_air"> 
    17977     <entry_id>mole_fraction_of_chlorine_monoxide_in_air</entry_id> 
    17978   </alias> 
    17979    
    17980   <alias id="mole_fraction_of_dichlorine peroxide_in_air"> 
    17981     <entry_id>mole_fraction_of_dichlorine_peroxide_in_air</entry_id> 
    17982   </alias> 
    17983    
    17984   <alias id="mole_fraction_of_hypochlorous acid_in_air"> 
    17985     <entry_id>mole_fraction_of_hypochlorous_acid_in_air</entry_id> 
    17986   </alias> 
    17987    
    17988   <alias id="mole_fraction_of_total_inorganic_bromine_in_air"> 
    17989     <entry_id>mole_fraction_of_inorganic_bromine_in_air</entry_id> 
    17990   </alias> 
    17991    
    17992   <alias id="mole_fraction_of_total_reactive_nitrogen_in_air"> 
    17993     <entry_id>mole_fraction_of_noy_expressed_as_nitrogen_in_air</entry_id> 
    17994   </alias> 
    17995    
    17996   <alias id="mole_fraction_of_o3_in_air"> 
    17997     <entry_id>mole_fraction_of_ozone_in_air</entry_id> 
    17998   </alias> 
    17999    
    18000   <alias id="moles_per_unit_mass_of_cfc11_in_sea_water"> 
    18001     <entry_id>moles_of_cfc11_per_unit_mass_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
    18002   </alias> 
    18003    
    18004   <alias id="northward_eliassen_palm_flux"> 
    18005     <entry_id>northward_eliassen_palm_flux_in_air</entry_id> 
    18006   </alias> 
    18007    
    18008   <alias id="northward_heat_flux_due_to_eddy_advection"> 
    18009     <entry_id>northward_heat_flux_in_air_due_to_eddy_advection</entry_id> 
    18010   </alias> 
    18011    
    18012   <alias id="northward_transformed_eulerian_mean_velocity"> 
    18013     <entry_id>northward_transformed_eulerian_mean_air_velocity</entry_id> 
    18014   </alias> 
    18015    
    18016   <alias id="northward_water_vapor_flux"> 
    18017     <entry_id>northward_water_vapor_flux_in_air</entry_id> 
    18018   </alias> 
    18019    
    18020   <alias id="optical_thickness_of_atmosphere_layer_due_to_aerosol"> 
    18021     <entry_id>optical_thickness_of_atmosphere_layer_due_to_ambient_aerosol</entry_id> 
    18022   </alias> 
    18023    
    18024   <alias id="precipitation_flux_onto_canopy_where_land"> 
    18025     <entry_id>precipitation_flux_onto_canopy</entry_id> 
    18026   </alias> 
    18027    
    18028   <alias id="product_of_northward_wind_and_specific_humdity"> 
    18029     <entry_id>product_of_northward_wind_and_specific_humidity</entry_id> 
    18030   </alias> 
    18031    
    18032   <alias id="electromagnetic_wavelength"> 
    18033     <entry_id>radiation_wavelength</entry_id> 
    18034   </alias> 
    18035    
    18036   <alias id="sea_floor_depth"> 
    18037     <entry_id>sea_floor_depth_below_geoid</entry_id> 
    18038   </alias> 
    18039    
    18040   <alias id="sea_surface_elevation"> 
    18041     <entry_id>sea_surface_height_above_geoid</entry_id> 
    18042   </alias> 
    18043    
    18044   <alias id="sea_surface_elevation_anomaly"> 
    18045     <entry_id>sea_surface_height_above_geoid</entry_id> 
    18046   </alias> 
    18047    
    18048   <alias id="sea_surface_height"> 
    18049     <entry_id>sea_surface_height_above_sea_level</entry_id> 
    18050   </alias> 
    18051    
    18052   <alias id="swell_wave_period"> 
    18053     <entry_id>sea_surface_swell_wave_period</entry_id> 
    18054   </alias> 
    18055    
    18056   <alias id="significant_height_of_swell_waves"> 
    18057     <entry_id>sea_surface_swell_wave_significant_height</entry_id> 
    18058   </alias> 
    18059    
    18060   <alias id="direction_of_swell_wave_velocity"> 
    18061     <entry_id>sea_surface_swell_wave_to_direction</entry_id> 
    18062   </alias> 
    18063    
    18064   <alias id="significant_height_of_wind_and_swell_waves"> 
    18065     <entry_id>sea_surface_wave_significant_height</entry_id> 
    18066   </alias> 
    18067    
    18068   <alias id="wind_wave_period"> 
    18069     <entry_id>sea_surface_wind_wave_period</entry_id> 
    18070   </alias> 
    18071    
    18072   <alias id="significant_height_of_wind_waves"> 
    18073     <entry_id>sea_surface_wind_wave_significant_height</entry_id> 
    18074   </alias> 
    18075    
    18076   <alias id="direction_of_wind_wave_velocity"> 
    18077     <entry_id>sea_surface_wind_wave_to_direction</entry_id> 
    18078   </alias> 
    18079    
    18080   <alias id="x_sea_water_velocity"> 
    18081     <entry_id>sea_water_x_velocity</entry_id> 
    18082   </alias> 
    18083    
    18084   <alias id="y_sea_water_velocity"> 
    18085     <entry_id>sea_water_y_velocity</entry_id> 
    18086   </alias> 
    18087    
    18088   <alias id="snow_soot_content"> 
    18089     <entry_id>soot_content_of_surface_snow</entry_id> 
    18090   </alias> 
    18091    
    18092   <alias id="specific_potential_energy"> 
    18093     <entry_id>specific_gravitational_potential_energy</entry_id> 
    18094   </alias> 
    18095    
    18096   <alias id="large_scale_cloud_area_fraction"> 
    18097     <entry_id>stratiform_cloud_area_fraction</entry_id> 
    18098   </alias> 
    18099    
    18100   <alias id="large_scale_graupel_flux"> 
    18101     <entry_id>stratiform_graupel_flux</entry_id> 
    18102   </alias> 
    18103    
    18104   <alias id="large_scale_precipitation_amount"> 
    18105     <entry_id>stratiform_precipitation_amount</entry_id> 
    18106   </alias> 
    18107    
    18108   <alias id="large_scale_precipitation_flux"> 
    18109     <entry_id>stratiform_precipitation_flux</entry_id> 
    18110   </alias> 
    18111    
    18112   <alias id="large_scale_rainfall_amount"> 
    18113     <entry_id>stratiform_rainfall_amount</entry_id> 
    18114   </alias> 
    18115    
    18116   <alias id="large_scale_rainfall_flux"> 
    18117     <entry_id>stratiform_rainfall_flux</entry_id> 
    18118   </alias> 
    18119    
    18120   <alias id="large_scale_rainfall_rate"> 
    18121     <entry_id>stratiform_rainfall_rate</entry_id> 
    18122   </alias> 
    18123    
    18124   <alias id="large_scale_snowfall_amount"> 
    18125     <entry_id>stratiform_snowfall_amount</entry_id> 
    18126   </alias> 
    18127    
    18128   <alias id="large_scale_snowfall_flux"> 
    18129     <entry_id>stratiform_snowfall_flux</entry_id> 
    18130   </alias> 
    18131    
    18132   <alias id="surface_carbon_dioxide_mole_flux"> 
    18133     <entry_id>surface_downward_mole_flux_of_carbon_dioxide</entry_id> 
    18134   </alias> 
    18135    
    18136   <alias id="surface_downwelling_longwave_flux"> 
    18137     <entry_id>surface_downwelling_longwave_flux_in_air</entry_id> 
    18138   </alias> 
    18139    
    18140   <alias id="surface_downwelling_shortwave_flux"> 
    18141     <entry_id>surface_downwelling_shortwave_flux_in_air</entry_id> 
    18142   </alias> 
    18143    
    18144   <alias id="surface_downwelling_shortwave_flux_assuming_clear_sky"> 
    18145     <entry_id>surface_downwelling_shortwave_flux_in_air_assuming_clear_sky</entry_id> 
    18146   </alias> 
    18147    
    18148   <alias id="atmosphere_surface_drag_coefficient_of_heat"> 
    18149     <entry_id>surface_drag_coefficient_for_heat_in_air</entry_id> 
    18150   </alias> 
    18151    
    18152   <alias id="atmosphere_surface_drag_coefficient_of_momentum"> 
    18153     <entry_id>surface_drag_coefficient_for_momentum_in_air</entry_id> 
    18154   </alias> 
    18155    
    18156   <alias id="atmosphere_surface_drag_coefficient"> 
    18157     <entry_id>surface_drag_coefficient_in_air</entry_id> 
    18158   </alias> 
    18159    
    18160   <alias id="surface_eastward_geostrophic_sea_water_velocity"> 
    18161     <entry_id>surface_geostrophic_eastward_sea_water_velocity</entry_id> 
    18162   </alias> 
    18163    
    18164   <alias id="surface_eastward_geostrophic_sea_water_velocity_assuming_sea_level_for_geoid"> 
    18165     <entry_id>surface_geostrophic_eastward_sea_water_velocity_assuming_sea_level_for_geoid</entry_id> 
    18166   </alias> 
    18167    
    18168   <alias id="surface_northward_geostrophic_sea_water_velocity"> 
    18169     <entry_id>surface_geostrophic_northward_sea_water_velocity</entry_id> 
    18170   </alias> 
    18171    
    18172   <alias id="surface_northward_geostrophic_sea_water_velocity_assuming_sea_level_for_geoid"> 
    18173     <entry_id>surface_geostrophic_northward_sea_water_velocity_assuming_sea_level_for_geoid</entry_id> 
    18174   </alias> 
    18175    
    18176   <alias id="surface_net_downward_radiative_flux_where_land"> 
    18177     <entry_id>surface_net_downward_radiative_flux</entry_id> 
    18178   </alias> 
    18179    
    18180   <alias id="surface_snow_thickness_where_sea_ice"> 
    18181     <entry_id>surface_snow_thickness</entry_id> 
    18182   </alias> 
    18183    
    18184   <alias id="surface_temperature_where_land"> 
    18185     <entry_id>surface_temperature</entry_id> 
    18186   </alias> 
    18187    
    18188   <alias id="surface_temperature_where_open_sea"> 
    18189     <entry_id>surface_temperature</entry_id> 
    18190   </alias> 
    18191    
    18192   <alias id="surface_temperature_where_snow"> 
    18193     <entry_id>surface_temperature</entry_id> 
    18194   </alias> 
    18195    
    18196   <alias id="surface_carbon_dioxide_mole_flux"> 
    18197     <entry_id>surface_upward_mole_flux_of_carbon_dioxide</entry_id> 
    18198   </alias> 
    18199    
    18200   <alias id="surface_upward_sensible_heat_flux_where_sea"> 
    18201     <entry_id>surface_upward_sensible_heat_flux</entry_id> 
    18202   </alias> 
    18203    
    18204   <alias id="surface_upwelling_longwave_flux"> 
    18205     <entry_id>surface_upwelling_longwave_flux_in_air</entry_id> 
    18206   </alias> 
    18207    
    18208   <alias id="surface_upwelling_longwave_flux_assuming_clear_sky"> 
    18209     <entry_id>surface_upwelling_longwave_flux_in_air_assuming_clear_sky</entry_id> 
    18210   </alias> 
    18211    
    18212   <alias id="surface_upwelling_shortwave_flux"> 
    18213     <entry_id>surface_upwelling_shortwave_flux_in_air</entry_id> 
    18214   </alias> 
    18215    
    18216   <alias id="surface_upwelling_shortwave_flux_assuming_clear_sky"> 
    18217     <entry_id>surface_upwelling_shortwave_flux_in_air_assuming_clear_sky</entry_id> 
    18218   </alias> 
    18219    
    18220   <alias id="snow_temperature"> 
    18221     <entry_id>temperature_in_surface_snow</entry_id> 
    18222   </alias> 
    18223    
    18224   <alias id="tendency_of_air_temperature_due_to_large_scale_precipitation"> 
    18225     <entry_id>tendency_of_air_temperature_due_to_stratiform_precipitation</entry_id> 
    18226   </alias> 
    18227    
    18228   <alias id="tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_particulate_organic_matter_dry_aerosol_due_to_net_production_and_emission"> 
    18229     <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_particulate_organic_matter_dry_aerosol_due_to_net_chemical_production_and_emission</entry_id> 
    18230   </alias> 
    18231    
    18232   <alias id="tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_secondary_particulate_organic_matter_dry_aerosol_due_to_net_production"> 
    18233     <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_secondary_particulate_organic_matter_dry_aerosol_due_to_net_chemical_production</entry_id> 
    18234   </alias> 
    18235    
    18236   <alias id="tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_sulfate_expressed_as_sulfur_dry_aerosol_due_to_dry_deposition"> 
    18237     <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_sulfate_dry_aerosol_expressed_as_sulfur_due_to_dry_deposition</entry_id> 
    18238   </alias> 
    18239    
    18240   <alias id="tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_sulfate_expressed_as_sulfur_dry_aerosol_due_to_gravitational_settling"> 
    18241     <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_sulfate_dry_aerosol_expressed_as_sulfur_due_to_gravitational_settling</entry_id> 
    18242   </alias> 
    18243    
    18244   <alias id="tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_sulfate_expressed_as_sulfur_dry_aerosol_due_to_turbulent_deposition"> 
    18245     <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_sulfate_dry_aerosol_expressed_as_sulfur_due_to_turbulent_deposition</entry_id> 
    18246   </alias> 
    18247    
    18248   <alias id="tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_sulfate_expressed_as_sulfur_dry_aerosol_due_to_wet_deposition"> 
    18249     <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_sulfate_dry_aerosol_expressed_as_sulfur_due_to_wet_deposition</entry_id> 
    18250   </alias> 
    18251    
    18252   <alias id="tendency_of_atmosphere_water_content_due_to_advection"> 
    18253     <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_water_due_to_advection</entry_id> 
    18254   </alias> 
    18255    
    18256   <alias id="tendency_of_atmosphere_water_vapor_content"> 
    18257     <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_water_vapor</entry_id> 
    18258   </alias> 
    18259    
    18260   <alias id="tendency_of_atmosphere_water_vapor_content_due_to_convection"> 
    18261     <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_water_vapor_due_to_convection</entry_id> 
    18262   </alias> 
    18263    
    18264   <alias id="tendency_of_atmosphere_water_vapor_content_due_to_deep_convection"> 
    18265     <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_water_vapor_due_to_deep_convection</entry_id> 
    18266   </alias> 
    18267    
    18268   <alias id="tendency_of_atmosphere_water_vapor_content_due_to_shallow_convection"> 
    18269     <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_water_vapor_due_to_shallow_convection</entry_id> 
    18270   </alias> 
    18271    
    18272   <alias id="tendency_of_atmosphere_water_vapor_content_due_to_turbulence"> 
    18273     <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_water_vapor_due_to_turbulence</entry_id> 
    18274   </alias> 
    18275    
    18276   <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_carbon_monoxide_in_atmosphere"> 
    18277     <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_moles_of_carbon_monoxide</entry_id> 
    18278   </alias> 
    18279    
    18280   <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_carbon_tetrachloride_in_atmosphere"> 
    18281     <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_moles_of_carbon_tetrachloride</entry_id> 
    18282   </alias> 
    18283    
    18284   <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_cfc11_in_atmosphere"> 
    18285     <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_moles_of_cfc11</entry_id> 
    18286   </alias> 
    18287    
    18288   <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_cfc113_in_atmosphere"> 
    18289     <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_moles_of_cfc113</entry_id> 
    18290   </alias> 
    18291    
    18292   <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_cfc114_in_atmosphere"> 
    18293     <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_moles_of_cfc114</entry_id> 
    18294   </alias> 
    18295    
    18296   <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_cfc115_in_atmosphere"> 
    18297     <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_moles_of_cfc115</entry_id> 
    18298   </alias> 
    18299    
    18300   <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_cfc12_in_atmosphere"> 
    18301     <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_moles_of_cfc12</entry_id> 
    18302   </alias> 
    18303    
    18304   <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_halon1202_in_atmosphere"> 
    18305     <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_moles_of_halon1202</entry_id> 
    18306   </alias> 
    18307    
    18308   <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_halon1211_in_atmosphere"> 
    18309     <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_moles_of_halon1211</entry_id> 
    18310   </alias> 
    18311    
    18312   <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_halon1301_in_atmosphere"> 
    18313     <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_moles_of_halon1301</entry_id> 
    18314   </alias> 
    18315    
    18316   <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_halon2402_in_atmosphere"> 
    18317     <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_moles_of_halon2402</entry_id> 
    18318   </alias> 
    18319    
    18320   <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_hcc140a_in_atmosphere"> 
    18321     <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_moles_of_hcc140a</entry_id> 
    18322   </alias> 
    18323    
    18324   <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_hcfc22_in_atmosphere"> 
    18325     <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_moles_of_hcfc22</entry_id> 
    18326   </alias> 
    18327    
    18328   <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_methane_in_atmosphere"> 
    18329     <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_moles_of_methane</entry_id> 
    18330   </alias> 
    18331    
    18332   <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_methyl_bromide_in_atmosphere"> 
    18333     <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_moles_of_methyl_bromide</entry_id> 
    18334   </alias> 
    18335    
    18336   <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_methyl_chloride_in_atmosphere"> 
    18337     <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_moles_of_methyl_chloride</entry_id> 
    18338   </alias> 
    18339    
    18340   <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_molecular_hydrogen_in_atmosphere"> 
    18341     <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_moles_of_molecular_hydrogen</entry_id> 
    18342   </alias> 
    18343    
    18344   <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_nitrous_oxide_in_atmosphere"> 
    18345     <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_moles_of_nitrous_oxide</entry_id> 
    18346   </alias> 
    18347    
    18348   <alias id="tendency_of_water_vapor_content_of_atmosphere_layer"> 
    18349     <entry_id>tendency_of_mass_content_of_water_vapor_in_atmosphere_layer</entry_id> 
    18350   </alias> 
    18351    
    18352   <alias id="tendency_of_water_vapor_content_of_atmosphere_layer_due_to_convection"> 
    18353     <entry_id>tendency_of_mass_content_of_water_vapor_in_atmosphere_layer_due_to_convection</entry_id> 
    18354   </alias> 
    18355    
    18356   <alias id="tendency_of_water_vapor_content_of_atmosphere_layer_due_to_deep_convection"> 
    18357     <entry_id>tendency_of_mass_content_of_water_vapor_in_atmosphere_layer_due_to_deep_convection</entry_id> 
    18358   </alias> 
    18359    
    18360   <alias id="tendency_of_water_vapor_content_of_atmosphere_layer_due_to_shallow_convection"> 
    18361     <entry_id>tendency_of_mass_content_of_water_vapor_in_atmosphere_layer_due_to_shallow_convection</entry_id> 
    18362   </alias> 
    18363    
    18364   <alias id="tendency_of_water_vapor_content_of_atmosphere_layer_due_to_turbulence"> 
    18365     <entry_id>tendency_of_mass_content_of_water_vapor_in_atmosphere_layer_due_to_turbulence</entry_id> 
    18366   </alias> 
    18367    
    18368   <alias id="tendency_of_mass_fraction_of_stratiform_cloud_ice_in_air_due_to_heterogeneous_nucleation_from_cloud_liquid"> 
    18369     <entry_id>tendency_of_mass_fraction_of_stratiform_cloud_ice_in_air_due_to_heterogeneous_nucleation_from_cloud_liquid_water</entry_id> 
    18370   </alias> 
    18371    
    18372   <alias id="tendency_of_mass_fraction_of_stratiform_cloud_ice_in_air_due_to_melting_to_cloud_liquid"> 
    18373     <entry_id>tendency_of_mass_fraction_of_stratiform_cloud_ice_in_air_due_to_melting_to_cloud_liquid_water</entry_id> 
    18374   </alias> 
    18375    
    18376   <alias id="tendency_of_mass_fraction_of_stratiform_cloud_ice_in_air_due_to_riming_from_cloud_liquid"> 
    18377     <entry_id>tendency_of_mass_fraction_of_stratiform_cloud_ice_in_air_due_to_riming_from_cloud_liquid_water</entry_id> 
    18378   </alias> 
    18379    
    18380   <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_carbon_monoxide_in_middle_atmosphere"> 
    18381     <entry_id>tendency_of_middle_atmosphere_moles_of_carbon_monoxide</entry_id> 
    18382   </alias> 
    18383    
    18384   <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_hcc140a_in_middle_atmosphere"> 
    18385     <entry_id>tendency_of_middle_atmosphere_moles_of_hcc140a</entry_id> 
    18386   </alias> 
    18387    
    18388   <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_methane_in_middle_atmosphere"> 
    18389     <entry_id>tendency_of_middle_atmosphere_moles_of_methane</entry_id> 
    18390   </alias> 
    18391    
    18392   <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_methyl_bromide_in_middle_atmosphere"> 
    18393     <entry_id>tendency_of_middle_atmosphere_moles_of_methyl_bromide</entry_id> 
    18394   </alias> 
    18395    
    18396   <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_methyl_chloride_in_middle_atmosphere"> 
    18397     <entry_id>tendency_of_middle_atmosphere_moles_of_methyl_chloride</entry_id> 
    18398   </alias> 
    18399    
    18400   <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_molecular_hydrogen_in_middle_atmosphere"> 
    18401     <entry_id>tendency_of_middle_atmosphere_moles_of_molecular_hydrogen</entry_id> 
    18402   </alias> 
    18403    
    18404   <alias id="tendency_of_mole_concentration_of_dissolved_inorganic_phosphate_in_sea_water_due_to_biological_processes"> 
    18405     <entry_id>tendency_of_mole_concentration_of_dissolved_inorganic_phosphorus_in_sea_water_due_to_biological_processes</entry_id> 
    18406   </alias> 
    18407    
    18408   <alias id="tendency_of_mole_concentration_of_dissolved_inorganic_silicate_in_sea_water_due_to_biological_processes"> 
    18409     <entry_id>tendency_of_mole_concentration_of_dissolved_inorganic_silicon_in_sea_water_due_to_biological_processes</entry_id> 
    18410   </alias> 
    18411    
    18412   <alias id="tendency_of_specific_humidity_due_to_large_scale_precipitation"> 
    18413     <entry_id>tendency_of_specific_humidity_due_to_stratiform_precipitation</entry_id> 
    18414   </alias> 
    18415    
    18416   <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_carbon_monoxide_in_troposphere"> 
    18417     <entry_id>tendency_of_troposphere_moles_of_carbon_monoxide</entry_id> 
    18418   </alias> 
    18419    
    18420   <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_hcc140a_in_troposphere"> 
    18421     <entry_id>tendency_of_troposphere_moles_of_hcc140a</entry_id> 
    18422   </alias> 
    18423    
    18424   <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_hcfc22_in_troposphere"> 
    18425     <entry_id>tendency_of_troposphere_moles_of_hcfc22</entry_id> 
    18426   </alias> 
    18427    
    18428   <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_methane_in_troposphere"> 
    18429     <entry_id>tendency_of_troposphere_moles_of_methane</entry_id> 
    18430   </alias> 
    18431    
    18432   <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_methyl_bromide_in_troposphere"> 
    18433     <entry_id>tendency_of_troposphere_moles_of_methyl_bromide</entry_id> 
    18434   </alias> 
    18435    
    18436   <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_methyl_chloride_in_troposphere"> 
    18437     <entry_id>tendency_of_troposphere_moles_of_methyl_chloride</entry_id> 
    18438   </alias> 
    18439    
    18440   <alias id="tendency_of_moles_of_molecular_hydrogen_in_troposphere"> 
    18441     <entry_id>tendency_of_troposphere_moles_of_molecular_hydrogen</entry_id> 
    18442   </alias> 
    18443    
    18444   <alias id="snow_thermal_energy_content"> 
    18445     <entry_id>thermal_energy_content_of_surface_snow</entry_id> 
    18446   </alias> 
    18447    
    18448   <alias id="thickness_of_large_scale_rainfall_amount"> 
    18449     <entry_id>thickness_of_stratiform_rainfall_amount</entry_id> 
    18450   </alias> 
    18451    
    18452   <alias id="thickness_of_large_scale_snowfall_amount"> 
    18453     <entry_id>thickness_of_stratiform_snowfall_amount</entry_id> 
    18454   </alias> 
    18455    
    18456   <alias id="upward_flux_of_eastward_momentum_due_to_nonorographic_eastward_gravity_waves"> 
    18457     <entry_id>upward_eastward_momentum_flux_in_air_due_to_nonorographic_eastward_gravity_waves</entry_id> 
    18458   </alias> 
    18459    
    18460   <alias id="upward_flux_of_eastward_momentum_due_to_nonorographic_westward_gravity_waves"> 
    18461     <entry_id>upward_eastward_momentum_flux_in_air_due_to_nonorographic_westward_gravity_waves</entry_id> 
    18462   </alias> 
    18463    
    18464   <alias id="upward_flux_of_eastward_momentum_due_to_orographic_gravity_waves"> 
    18465     <entry_id>upward_eastward_momentum_flux_in_air_due_to_orographic_gravity_waves</entry_id> 
    18466   </alias> 
    18467    
    18468   <alias id="upward_eliassen_palm_flux"> 
    18469     <entry_id>upward_eliassen_palm_flux_in_air</entry_id> 
    18470   </alias> 
    18471    
    18472   <alias id="volume_fraction_of_water_in_soil"> 
    18473     <entry_id>volume_fraction_of_condensed_water_in_soil</entry_id> 
    18474   </alias> 
    18475    
    18476   <alias id="volume_fraction_of_water_in_soil_at_critical_point"> 
    18477     <entry_id>volume_fraction_of_condensed_water_in_soil_at_critical_point</entry_id> 
    18478   </alias> 
    18479    
    18480   <alias id="volume_fraction_of_water_in_soil_at_field_capacity"> 
    18481     <entry_id>volume_fraction_of_condensed_water_in_soil_at_field_capacity</entry_id> 
    18482   </alias> 
    18483    
    18484   <alias id="volume_fraction_of_water_in_soil_at_wilting_point"> 
    18485     <entry_id>volume_fraction_of_condensed_water_in_soil_at_wilting_point</entry_id> 
    18486   </alias> 
    18487    
    18488   <alias id="water_evaporation_amount_from_canopy_where_land"> 
    18489     <entry_id>water_evaporation_amount_from_canopy</entry_id> 
    18490   </alias> 
    18491    
    18492   <alias id="water_evaporation_flux_where_sea_ice"> 
    18493     <entry_id>water_evaporation_flux</entry_id> 
    18494   </alias> 
    18495    
    18496   <alias id="water_evaporation_flux_from_canopy_where_land"> 
    18497     <entry_id>water_evaporation_flux_from_canopy</entry_id> 
    18498   </alias> 
    18499    
    18500   <alias id="water_flux_into_ocean"> 
    18501     <entry_id>water_flux_into_sea_water</entry_id> 
    18502   </alias> 
    18503    
    18504   <alias id="water_flux_into_ocean_from_rivers"> 
    18505     <entry_id>water_flux_into_sea_water_from_rivers</entry_id> 
    18506   </alias> 
    18507    
    18508   <alias id="water_vapor_pressure"> 
    18509     <entry_id>water_vapor_partial_pressure_in_air</entry_id> 
    18510   </alias> 
    18511    
    18512   <alias id="water_vapor_saturation_deficit"> 
    18513     <entry_id>water_vapor_saturation_deficit_in_air</entry_id> 
    18514   </alias> 
    18515    
    18516   <alias id="water_volume_transport_into_ocean_from_rivers"> 
    18517     <entry_id>water_volume_transport_into_sea_water_from_rivers</entry_id> 
    18518   </alias> 
    18519    
    18520   <alias id="sea_surface_wave_frequency"> 
    18521     <entry_id>wave_frequency</entry_id> 
    18522   </alias> 
    18523    
    18524   <alias id="wind_mixing_energy_flux_into_ocean"> 
    18525     <entry_id>wind_mixing_energy_flux_into_sea_water</entry_id> 
    18526   </alias> 
    18527    
    18528   <alias id="grid_eastward_wind"> 
    18529     <entry_id>x_wind</entry_id> 
    18530   </alias> 
    18531    
    18532   <alias id="grid_northward_wind"> 
    18533     <entry_id>y_wind</entry_id> 
    18534   </alias> 
    18535    
    18536   <alias id="tendency_of_atmosphere_water_vapor_content_due_to_advection"> 
    18537     <entry_id>tendency_of_atmosphere_mass_content_of_water_vapor_due_to_advection</entry_id> 
    18538   </alias> 
    18539    
    18540   <alias id="downwelling_spectral_spherical_irradiance_in_sea_water"> 
    18541     <entry_id>downwelling_spherical_irradiance_per_unit_wavelength_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
    18542   </alias> 
    18543    
    18544   <alias id="surface_downwelling_spectral_photon_flux_in_sea_water"> 
    18545     <entry_id>surface_downwelling_photon_flux_per_unit_wavelength_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
    18546   </alias> 
    18547    
    18548   <alias id="surface_downwelling_spectral_radiance_in_sea_water"> 
    18549     <entry_id>surface_downwelling_radiance_per_unit_wavelength_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
    18550   </alias> 
    18551    
    18552   <alias id="surface_downwelling_spectral_radiative_flux_in_sea_water"> 
    18553     <entry_id>surface_downwelling_radiative_flux_per_unit_wavelength_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
    18554   </alias> 
    18555    
    18556   <alias id="surface_upwelling_spectral_radiance_in_air_emerging_from_sea_water"> 
    18557     <entry_id>surface_upwelling_radiance_per_unit_wavelength_in_air_emerging_from_sea_water</entry_id> 
    18558   </alias> 
    18559    
    18560   <alias id="land_ice_surface_specific_mass_balance"> 
    18561     <entry_id>land_ice_surface_specific_mass_balance_rate</entry_id> 
    18562   </alias> 
    18563    
    18564   <alias id="surface_upwelling_spectral_radiative_flux_in_air"> 
    18565     <entry_id>surface_upwelling_radiative_flux_per_unit_wavelength_in_air</entry_id> 
    18566   </alias> 
    18567    
    18568   <alias id="land_ice_lwe_surface_specific_mass_balance"> 
    18569     <entry_id>land_ice_lwe_surface_specific_mass_balance_rate</entry_id> 
    18570   </alias> 
    18571    
    18572   <alias id="upwelling_spectral_radiance_in_air"> 
    18573     <entry_id>upwelling_radiance_per_unit_wavelength_in_air</entry_id> 
    18574   </alias> 
    18575    
    18576   <alias id="upwelling_spectral_radiative_flux_in_air"> 
    18577     <entry_id>upwelling_radiative_flux_per_unit_wavelength_in_air</entry_id> 
    18578   </alias> 
    18579    
    18580   <alias id="upwelling_spectral_radiative_flux_in_sea_water"> 
    18581     <entry_id>upwelling_radiative_flux_per_unit_wavelength_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
    18582   </alias> 
    18583    
    18584   <alias id="surface_downwelling_spectral_radiative_flux_in_air"> 
    18585     <entry_id>surface_downwelling_radiative_flux_per_unit_wavelength_in_air</entry_id> 
    18586   </alias> 
    18587    
    18588   <alias id="downwelling_spectral_photon_flux_in_sea_water"> 
    18589     <entry_id>downwelling_photon_flux_per_unit_wavelength_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
    18590   </alias> 
    18591    
    18592   <alias id="surface_upwelling_spectral_radiative_flux_in_sea_water"> 
    18593     <entry_id>surface_upwelling_radiative_flux_per_unit_wavelength_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
    18594   </alias> 
    18595    
    18596   <alias id="downwelling_spectral_photon_radiance_in_sea_water"> 
    18597     <entry_id>downwelling_photon_radiance_per_unit_wavelength_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
    18598   </alias> 
    18599    
    18600   <alias id="surface_upwelling_spectral_radiance_in_sea_water"> 
    18601     <entry_id>surface_upwelling_radiance_per_unit_wavelength_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
    18602   </alias> 
    18603    
    18604   <alias id="surface_upwelling_spectral_radiance_in_air_reflected_by_sea_water"> 
    18605     <entry_id>surface_upwelling_radiance_per_unit_wavelength_in_air_reflected_by_sea_water</entry_id> 
    18606   </alias> 
    18607    
    18608   <alias id="surface_upwelling_spectral_radiance_in_air"> 
    18609     <entry_id>surface_upwelling_radiance_per_unit_wavelength_in_air</entry_id> 
    18610   </alias> 
    18611    
    18612   <alias id="surface_downwelling_spectral_spherical_irradiance_in_sea_water"> 
    18613     <entry_id>surface_downwelling_spherical_irradiance_per_unit_wavelength_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
    18614   </alias> 
    18615    
    18616   <alias id="surface_downwelling_spectral_photon_spherical_irradiance_in_sea_water"> 
    18617     <entry_id>surface_downwelling_photon_spherical_irradiance_per_unit_wavelength_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
    18618   </alias> 
    18619    
    18620   <alias id="downwelling_spectral_photon_spherical_irradiance_in_sea_water"> 
    18621     <entry_id>downwelling_photon_spherical_irradiance_per_unit_wavelength_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
    18622   </alias> 
    18623    
    18624   <alias id="surface_downwelling_spectral_photon_radiance_in_sea_water"> 
    18625     <entry_id>surface_downwelling_photon_radiance_per_unit_wavelength_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
    18626   </alias> 
    18627    
    18628   <alias id="omnidirectional_spectral_spherical_irradiance_in_sea_water"> 
    18629     <entry_id>omnidirectional_spherical_irradiance_per_unit_wavelength_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
    18630   </alias> 
    18631    
    18632   <alias id="isotropic_spectral_radiance_in_air"> 
    18633     <entry_id>isotropic_radiance_per_unit_wavelength_in_air</entry_id> 
    18634   </alias> 
    18635    
    18636   <alias id="spectral_radiance"> 
    18637     <entry_id>isotropic_radiance_per_unit_wavelength_in_air</entry_id> 
    18638   </alias> 
    18639    
    18640   <alias id="downwelling_spectral_radiance_in_air"> 
    18641     <entry_id>downwelling_radiance_per_unit_wavelength_in_air</entry_id> 
    18642   </alias> 
    18643    
    18644   <alias id="downwelling_spectral_radiance_in_sea_water"> 
    18645     <entry_id>downwelling_radiance_per_unit_wavelength_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
    18646   </alias> 
    18647    
    18648   <alias id="downwelling_spectral_radiative_flux_in_air"> 
    18649     <entry_id>downwelling_radiative_flux_per_unit_wavelength_in_air</entry_id> 
    18650   </alias> 
    18651    
    18652   <alias id="downwelling_spectral_radiative_flux_in_sea_water"> 
    18653     <entry_id>downwelling_radiative_flux_per_unit_wavelength_in_sea_water</entry_id> 
    18654   </alias> 
    18655    
    18656   <alias id="station_description"> 
    18657     <entry_id>platform_name</entry_id> 
    18658   </alias> 
    18659    
    18660   <alias id="station_wmo_id"> 
    18661     <entry_id>platform_id</entry_id> 
    1866218748  </alias> 
    1866318749  
  • CCCC/trunk/ceda_cc/fcc_utils2.py

    r180 r212  
    102102    else: 
    103103      ff = {} 
     104## l[0] = var name, l[1] = dimensions, l[2] = attributes, l[3] = tag 
    104105      for l in eee: 
    105         ff[l[0]] = ( l[1], l[2], l[3] ) 
     106        ff[l[0]] = ( l[1], l[2], l[3], tag ) 
    106107      if appendTo != None: 
    107108        for k in ff.keys(): 
     
    111112              if ff[k][1]['standard_name'] != appendTo[k][1]['standard_name']: 
    112113                if warn: 
    113                   print 'ERROR[X1]%s: Inconsistent standard_names %s:: %s [%s] --- %s [%s]' % (tag,k,ff[k][1],ff[k][2], appendTo[k][1], appendTo[k][2]) 
     114                  print 'ERROR[X1]%s - %s : Inconsistent standard_names %s:: %s [%s] --- %s [%s]' % (tag,appendTo[k][3],k,ff[k][1],ff[k][2], appendTo[k][1], appendTo[k][2]) 
    114115              if ff[k][1]['long_name'] != appendTo[k][1]['long_name']: 
    115116                if warn: 
    116                   print 'WARNING[X1]%s: Inconsistent long_names %s:: %s --- %s' % (tag,k,ff[k][1]['long_name'],appendTo[k][1]['long_name']) 
     117                  print 'WARNING[X1]%s -- %s: Inconsistent long_names %s:: %s --- %s' % (tag,appendTo[k][3],k,ff[k][1]['long_name'],appendTo[k][1]['long_name']) 
     118 
     119              p1 = ff[k][1].get('positive','not set') 
     120              p2 = appendTo[k][1].get('positive','not set') 
     121              if p1 != p2: 
     122                if warn: 
     123                  print 'WARNING[X1]%s -- %s: Inconsistent positive attributes %s:: %s --- %s' % (tag,appendTo[k][3],k,p1,p2) 
     124 
     125              for k2 in ff[k][1].keys(): 
     126                if k2 not in ['standard_name','long_name','positive']: 
     127                    p1 = ff[k][1].get(k2,'not set') 
     128                    p2 = appendTo[k][1].get(k2,'not set') 
     129                    if p1 != p2: 
     130                      if warn: 
     131                        print 'WARNING[Y1]%s -- %s: Inconsistent %s attributes %s:: %s --- %s' % (tag,appendTo[k][3],k2,k,p1,p2) 
     132 
    117133            if not lax: 
    118134              assert ff[k][1] == appendTo[k][1], 'Inconsistent entry definitions %s:: %s [%s] --- %s [%s]' % (k,ff[k][1],ff[k][2], appendTo[k][1], appendTo[k][2]) 
  • CCCC/trunk/ceda_cc/file_utils.py

    r209 r212  
    2323if len(installedSupportedNetcdf) > 0: 
    2424  try:  
    25     exec 'import %s' % installedSupportedNetcdf[0] 
     25    cmd = 'import %s' % installedSupportedNetcdf[0] 
     26    print '>>>>>>>>>', cmd 
     27    exec cmd 
    2628    ncLib = installedSupportedNetcdf[0] 
    2729  except: 
     
    8789      self.loadNc__Scientific(fpath) 
    8890    elif ncLib == 'cdms2': 
     91      import cdms2 
    8992      self.cdms2 = cdms2 
    9093      self.loadNc__Cdms(fpath) 
    9194    elif ncLib == 'netCDF4': 
     95      import netCDF4 
    9296      self.netCDF4 = netCDF4 
    9397      self.loadNc__Netcdf4(fpath) 
    9498    elif ncLib == 'Scientific': 
     99      from Scientific.IO import NetCDF as ncdf 
    95100      self.ncdf = ncdf 
    96101      self.loadNc__Scientific(fpath) 
    97102    else: 
     103      import ncq3 
     104      self.ncq3 = ncq3 
    98105      self.loadNc__ncq(fpath) 
    99106      ##raise baseException( 'No supported netcdf module assigned' ) 
  • CCCC/trunk/ceda_cc/summary.py

    r193 r212  
    2828 
    2929    fl = glob.glob( '%s/*__qclog_*.txt' % idir ) 
     30    fb = glob.glob( '%s/qcBatchLog*' % idir ) 
     31    fb.sort() 
     32    fb = fb[-1] 
     33    ii = open( fb ) 
     34    jj = [] 
     35    for k in range(10): 
     36      jj.append( string.strip(ii.readline()) ) 
     37    ii.close() 
     38    i0 = jj[0].index( ' INFO ' ) 
     39    tstart = jj[0][:i0] 
     40    m1 = jj[0][i0+6:] 
     41    m2 = jj[1][i0+6:] 
     42    self.info = (tstart, m1, m2) 
     43##2014-09-06 18:42:24,109 INFO Starting batch -- number of file: 338 
     44##2014-09-06 18:42:24,109 INFO Source: /data/work/cordex/early/AFR-44i/SMHI/ECMWF-ERAINT/evaluation//..... 
    3045 
    3146    ee = {} 
     
    130145<p>This report contains a list of errors for each file, and a list of files associated with each error.</p> 
    131146""" 
    132     data = """<p>Demonstration using test data</p> 
    133 """ 
     147    data = """<p>%s<br/> 
     148     %s<br/> 
     149     Start of checks: %s</p> 
     150""" % (self.info[1], self.info[2], self.info[0] ) 
    134151    results = """<ul><li>Number of files tested: %s: <a href="files/findex.html">index by file</a></li> 
    135152                     <li>Number of errors: %s: <a href="errors/eindex.html">index by error</a></li> 
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