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MADIS to LITTLE_R Converter MADIS observation types n MADIS to LITTE_R converter n Future MADIS to LITTLE_R Converter MADIS observation types n MADIS to LITTE_R converter n Future work n

MADIS Observation Types n MADIS provides ingest, integration, automated quality control (QC), and distribution MADIS Observation Types n MADIS provides ingest, integration, automated quality control (QC), and distribution support for both NOAA and non-NOAA observations. Observations currently supported by MADIS include: * Meteorological Aviation Reports (METARs) * Surface Aviation Observations (SAOs) * * Surface maritime reports (including Buoy, Ship, and Coastal-Marine Automated Network [CMAN]) * Modernized NWS Cooperative Observer (COOP-M) Program * * Surface mesonet * Radiosondes * NOAA Profiler Network (NPN) * Cooperating Agency Profiler (CAP) * * Automated aircraft reports and profiles (including MDCRS, ACARS *, AMDAR *, and TAMDAR * observations) * Microwave Radiometers * * GOES 3 -h operational winds * GOES 1 -h experimental winds *

MADIS Observation Types n MADIS Meteorological Surface Dataset n Provider Most national-scale networks in MADIS Observation Types n MADIS Meteorological Surface Dataset n Provider Most national-scale networks in North America that report surface conditions( temperature, relative humidity, wind, precipitation, etc. ) are included. Mesonet stations come from local, state, and federal agencies, and private firms. n Geographic Coverage is densest over North and Central America, plus Hawaii. Global datasets include maritime and METAR, along with some mesonets (APRSWXNET, PCDINPE). n Start Date of Data (real time and archived data) METAR, Maritime, Integrated Mesonet Modernized NWS Cooperative Observer Urba. Net July 1, 2001 May 4, 2004 December 1, 2006

MADIS Observation Types n MADIS Hydrological Surface Dataset n Provider The MADIS hydrological surface MADIS Observation Types n MADIS Hydrological Surface Dataset n Provider The MADIS hydrological surface dataset includes reports from observing networks run by different "providers". It report various hydrological variables such as accumulated precipitation and river levels, etc. n Geographic Coverage The geographic coverage for automated networks and for the Co. Ra. HS mesonet includes data from these states: CO, IN, KS, MO, NM, PA, TX, VA, WY. The GLOBE mesonet has global data. n Start Date of Data (real time and archived data) Hydrological Surface July 1, 2001

MADIS Observation Types n MADIS Radiosonde Dataset n Provider Data comes from all stations MADIS Observation Types n MADIS Radiosonde Dataset n Provider Data comes from all stations in North America and many other stations around the globe. The average continental U. S. station separation is currently 315 km, and two observations are scheduled daily (valid at 0000 and 1200 UTC). n Geographic Coverage The geographic coverage is global. n Start Date of Data (real time and archived data) Radiosonde July 1, 2001

MADIS Observation Types n MADIS NOAA Profiler Network Dataset n Provider The MADIS profiler MADIS Observation Types n MADIS NOAA Profiler Network Dataset n Provider The MADIS profiler dataset consists of hourly winds from the NOAA Profiler Network, a quasi-operational network of wind profilers located in the Central United States and Alaska. n Geographic Coverage The NOAA Profiler Network is primarily in the central United States, with 3 additional stations in Alaska. n Start Date of Data (real time and archived data) NOAA Profiler Network July 1, 2001

MADIS Observation Types n MADIS Automated Aircraft Dataset n Provider The MADIS automated aircraft MADIS Observation Types n MADIS Automated Aircraft Dataset n Provider The MADIS automated aircraft dataset provides data obtained from many U. S. airlines reporting through ACARS is a superset of the Meteorological Data Collection and Reporting System (MDCRS) data. it also includes Aircraft Meteorological Data Reporting (AMDAR) data from many European and Asian carriers, and Tropospheric Airborne Meteorological Data Reporting (AMDAR) data. n Geographic Coverage Approximately 140, 000 wind and temperature observations are available per day, 100, 000 of which are over the continental United States. These data come from more than 4000 aircraft. There are more data during the day time than at night. n Start Date of Data (real time and archived data) Automated Aircraft Reports July 1, 2001

MADIS Observation Types n MADIS Multi-Agency Profiler Dataset n Provider The MADIS Multi-Agency Profiler MADIS Observation Types n MADIS Multi-Agency Profiler Dataset n Provider The MADIS Multi-Agency Profiler (MAP) dataset consists of data from a variety of observing systems, which are collected from many different "providers" and integrated into a single dataset. The observing systems produce vertical profiles of wind and virtual temperature. n Geographic Coverage Most of the MAP stations are located in the United States and Canada, and a large network of stations are available from Japan. n Start Date of Data (real time and archived data) Multi-Agency Profiler June 1, 2002

MADIS Observation Types n MADIS Satellite Wind Dataset n Provider The MADIS satellite wind MADIS Observation Types n MADIS Satellite Wind Dataset n Provider The MADIS satellite wind dataset consists of multiple wind products from different "providers". Currently, these products consist of data from the GOES satellites, including the 3 -hour winds that are produced on an operational basis, as well as the rapid scan experimental winds that are produced hourly. n Geographic Coverage GOES-12 provides coverage over the Eastern U. S. , Central and South America, and the Atlantic Ocean. GOES-11 provides coverage over the Western U. S. and the Pacific Ocean. n Start Date of Data (real time and archived data) Satellite Wind November 4, 2003

MADIS Observation Types n Other MADIS Dataset n Start Date of Data (real time MADIS Observation Types n Other MADIS Dataset n Start Date of Data (real time and archived data) High Frequency METAR Radiometer Satellite Sounding Satellite Radiance Snow WISDOM February 24, 2009 July 8, 2003 June 9, 2005 November 18, 2005 August 8, 2008 For detailed info, go to http: //madis. noaa. gov/madis_datasets. html

Converter This converter includes two parts: n Reading MADIS data Refer da_setup_obs_structures_madis subroutine to Converter This converter includes two parts: n Reading MADIS data Refer da_setup_obs_structures_madis subroutine to read obs from MADIS database. n Writing to LITTLE_R Refer module_output. F (Yun-Rong) to write different obs type to LITTLE_R.

Converter n Converted and tested MADIS obs types METAR, Canadian SAO’s, ACARS, SATWND, Marine, Converter n Converted and tested MADIS obs types METAR, Canadian SAO’s, ACARS, SATWND, Marine, radiosonde n Sample data METAR, ACARS, marine, radiosonde: 20070423_00, 20070423_06, 20070423_12 SATWND: 20070101_22

Future work n It is possile to convert other MADIS obs to little_r NWS Future work n It is possile to convert other MADIS obs to little_r NWS cooperative observer, Urba. Net mesonets, buoys, C-MAN (Coastal Marine Automated Network) station, NPN (NOAA Profiler Network) winds, MAP (Multi-Agency Profiler) winds, GPSMET integrated precipitable water.

n n n n if(use_metarobs)then CALL MINIT('SFC', madis_metar_db, . true. , istatus) if(istatus /= n n n n if(use_metarobs)then CALL MINIT('SFC', madis_metar_db, . true. , istatus) if(istatus /= success_p)stop CALL MSETSFCPVDR('ALL-SFC', . false. , istatus) if(istatus /= success_p)stop ! Select all of the surface datasets other than maritime. CALL MSETSFCPVDR('ALL-MTR', . true. , istatus) if(istatus /= success_p)stop CALL MSETSFCPVDR('SAO', . true. , istatus) if(istatus /= success_p)stop CALL MSETSFCPVDR('ALL-MESO', . true. , istatus) if(istatus /= success_p)stop CALL MSETSFCPVDR('COOP', . true. , istatus) if(istatus /= success_p)stop

n n n n if(use_shipsobs)then CALL MINIT('SFC', madis_ships_db, . true. , istatus) if(istatus /= n n n n if(use_shipsobs)then CALL MINIT('SFC', madis_ships_db, . true. , istatus) if(istatus /= success_p)stop CALL MSETSFCPVDR('ALL-SFC', . false. , istatus) if(istatus /= success_p)stop CALL MSETSFCPVDR('MARITIME', . true. , istatus) if(istatus /= success_p)stop if(use_gpspwobs)then CALL MINIT('SFC', madis_gpspw_db, . true. , istatus) if(istatus /= success_p)stop CALL MSETSFCPVDR('ALL-SFC', . false. , istatus) if(istatus /= success_p)stop CALL MSETSFCPVDR('GPSMET', . true. , istatus) if(istatus /= success_p)sto

n n n n n if(use_soundobs)then CALL MINIT('RAOB', madis_sound_db, . true. , istatus) if(istatus n n n n n if(use_soundobs)then CALL MINIT('RAOB', madis_sound_db, . true. , istatus) if(istatus /= success_p)stop if(use_airepobs)then CALL MINIT('ACARS', madis_airep_db, . true. , istatus) if(istatus /= success_p)stop if(use_geoamvobs)then CALL MINIT('SATWND', madis_geoamv_db, . true. , istatus) if(istatus /= success_p)stop