Product Quality Status Document for CryoSat Ice Products updated
04 August 2017
CryoSat users are informed that an updated version of the CryoSat Product Quality Status Document is now available.
This document provides CryoSat users with details of all the known anomalies that are being tracked, and could affect the quality of the CryoSat Ice Level-1 and Level-2 data products operationally generated by the Ice Processor and distributed by ESA.
In addition to this, the details of all the Ice Baseline-D (Q2 2018) evolutions, which have been planned for CryoSat Ice products, as well as some evolutions proposed for future Baseline-E, are also provided.
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