Does NSIDC have tools for geolocating and displaying EASE-Grid data sets?
NSIDC provides software and tools for geolocating and displaying EASE-Grid data sets at NSIDC. This article provides links to software and tools for geolocating and displaying EASE-Grid projection data sets available at NSIDC. All tools are available through the NSIDC Github.
The software and tools are grouped into the following categories:
- Geolocation Software: IDL (Interactive Data Language) conversion software
- Geolocation Data Files: Ancillary grid files provide arrays of the latitude and longitude at the center of each grid cell
For data set users who need the latitude and longitude of the center of any cell in the grid, the following geolocation data file is available.
|NAARILATooo and NAARILONooo
|Geolocation Data Files
|Provides latitude and longitude for the center of any cell in the grid. For additional details, please refer to the Geolocation Data Files section of this Web page.
|Subset of the Northern Hemisphere
|721 x 721 pixels
|Applicable Data Sets
|AARI 10-Day Arctic Ocean EASE-Grid Sea Ice Observations
- Geolocating EASE-Grid Data in ENVI: describes how to geolocate North, South, and Global EASE-Grid data from the DMSP SSM/I-SSMIS Pathfinder Daily EASE-Grid Brightness Temperatures product using ENVI Software.
- What tools are compatible with the EASE Grids? Describes featured external softwares and their compatibility with EASE-Grid and EASE-Grid 2.0