In the EBAF-Surface
Ed2.6r product released May 1, 2012, the CERES Team found that
the 1°×1° grids are shifted eastward by 1°.
As a result, when 1°×1° EBAF surface irradiances are compared with other sets of surface irradiances,
large differences appear near coastlines.
The team is providing a package to correct the shift until the next EBAF-Surface version becomes available (early 2013). The CERES Team apologizes for any inconvenience and recommends that researchers comparing 1°×1° surface irradiances download the package to correct the shift.
The correction package can be downloaded here.
Note: The EBAF-Surface zonal and global means are unaffected and do not require the correction.
For more information regarding this issue or any other issues with the EBAF-Surface data set,
please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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