On Wednesday, January 18 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. (USA Mountain Time) AMSR-E, Aquarius, IceBridge, ICESat/GLAS, MODIS, NISE, and SMAP data will not be available for ordering due to system maintenance.
#!/usr/bin/perl -w # $Id: mod10_l2_usage.pl,v 1.2 2001/05/14 14:38:20 haran Exp $ #======================================================================== # mod10_l2_usage.pl - defines mod10_l2.pl usage message # # 14-May-2001 T. Haran firstname.lastname@example.org 303-492-1847 # National Snow & Ice Data Center, University of Colorado, Boulder #======================================================================== $|=1; $mod10_l2_usage = "\n USAGE: mod10_l2.pl dirinout tag listfile gpdfile [chanlist [latlonlistfile [keep [rind]]]] defaults: 1 none 0 50 dirinout: directory containing the input and output files. tag: string used as a prefix to output files. listfile: text file containing a list of MOD10_L2 files to be gridded. gpdfile: .gpd file that defines desired output grid. chanlist: string specifying channel numbers to be gridded. The default is 1, i.e. grid channel 1 only. The channel numbers are: 1: snow Snow Cover - 8-bit unsigned 2: snqa Snow Cover PixelQA - 8-bit unsigned latlonlistfile: text file containing a list of MOD02 or MOD03 files whose latitude and longitude data should be used in place of the latlon data in the corresponding MOD10_L2 files in listfile. The default is \"none\" indicating that the latlon data in each MOD10_L2 file should be used without substitution. keep: 0: delete intermediate chan, lat, lon, col, and row files (default). 1: do not delete intermediate chan, lat, lon, col, and row files. rind: number of pixels to add around intermediate grid to eliminate holes in final grid. Default is 50.\n\n"; # this makes the routine work properly using require in other programs 1;