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  2. # Data Set Name: co2_abp_surface-flask_1_ccgg_AllData
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  5. # DATA SET CITATION
  6. #
  7. # dataset_citation: NOAA ESRL Global Monitoring Division. Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Dry Air Mole Fractions from the Cooperative Global Air Sampling Network (Version: obspack_co2_1_NOAASurfaceFlask_2015-05-28). Compiled by E. Dlugokencky, P. Lang, A. Crotwell, M. Crotwell, K. Thoning, and K. Masarie. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Earth System Research Laboratory (ESRL), Global Monitoring Division (GMD): Boulder, Colorado, USA.
  8. #
  9. # GLOBAL ATTRIBUTES
  10. #
  11. # site_code : ABP
  12. # site_name : Arembepe, Bahia
  13. # site_country : Brazil
  14. # site_country_flag : http://www.esrl.noaa.gov/gmd/webdata/ccgg/ObsPack/images/flags/BRAZ0001.GIF
  15. # site_latitude : -12.77
  16. # site_longitude : -38.17
  17. # site_elevation : 1.0
  18. # site_elevation_unit : masl
  19. # site_map : http://www.esrl.noaa.gov/gmd/webdata/ccgg/ObsPack/images/maps/map_abp.png
  20. # site_utc2lst : -3.0
  21. # dataset_creation_date : 2015-05-28T10:41:56.662729
  22. # dataset_name : co2_abp_surface-flask_1_ccgg_AllData
  23. # dataset_parameter : co2
  24. # dataset_project : surface-flask
  25. # dataset_platform : fixed
  26. # dataset_selection : All Data. See QCFlag documentation.
  27. # dataset_selection_tag : AllData
  28. # dataset_calibration_scale : WMOX2007
  29. # dataset_start_date : 2006-10-27T15:50:00Z
  30. # dataset_stop_date : 2010-01-13T17:42:00Z
  31. # dataset_description : Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Dry Air Mole Fractions from the NOAA Cooperative Global Air Sampling Network (subset of the Global Greenhouse Gas Reference Network).  This product is intended for use by Global Carbon Project (GCP) modelers.  All data for 2014 and 2015 are preliminary.  Please do not distribute.
  32. # dataset_warning : Every effort is made to produce the most accurate and precise measurements possible.  However, we reserve the right to make corrections to the data based on recalibration of standard gases or for other reasons deemed scientifically justified.  We are not responsible for results and conclusions based on use of these data without regard to this warning.
  33. # dataset_fair_use : These data are made freely available to the public and the scientific community in the belief that their wide dissemination will lead to greater understanding and new scientific insights. The availability of these data does not constitute publication of the data.  NOAA relies on the ethics and integrity of the user to insure that ESRL receives fair credit for their work.  If the data are obtained for potential use in a publication or presentation, ESRL should be informed at the outset of the nature of this work. If the ESRL data are essential to the work, or if an important result or conclusion depends on the ESRL data, co-authorship may be appropriate.  This should be discussed at an early stage in the work.  Manuscripts using the ESRL data should be sent to ESRL for review before they are submitted for publication so we can insure that the quality and limitations of the data are accurately represented.
  34. # dataset_reciprocity : Use of these data implies an agreement to reciprocate. Laboratories making similar measurements agree to make their own data available to the general public and to the scientific community in an equally complete and easily accessible form. Modelers are encouraged to make available to the community, upon request, their own tools used in the interpretation of the ESRL data, namely well documented model code, transport fields, and additional information necessary for other scientists to repeat the work and to run modified versions. Model availability includes collaborative support for new users of the models.
  35. # dataset_reference_total_listed : 1
  36. # dataset_reference_1_name : Conway, T.J., P.P. Tans, L.S. Waterman, K.W. Thoning, D.R. Kitzis, K.A. Masarie, and N. Zhang, Evidence for interannual variability of the carbon cycle from the NOAA/GMD global air sampling network, J. Geophys. Res.,99,22831 22855, 1994.
  37. # dataset_contribution : These data are provided by NOAA. Principal investigators include Ed Dlugokencky (NOAA). Key partners include Instituto de Pesquisas Energeticas e Nucleares (IPEN).
  38. # lab_total_listed : 1
  39. # lab_1_number : 1
  40. # lab_1_abbr : NOAA
  41. # lab_1_name : NOAA Global Monitoring Division
  42. # lab_1_address1 : 325 Broadway
  43. # lab_1_address2 : NOAA GMD-1
  44. # lab_1_address3 : Boulder, CO 80305-3328
  45. # lab_1_country : United States
  46. # lab_1_url : http://www.esrl.noaa.gov/gmd/ccgg/
  47. # lab_1_country_flag : http://www.esrl.noaa.gov/gmd/webdata/ccgg/ObsPack/images/flags/UNST0001.GIF
  48. # lab_1_logo : http://www.esrl.noaa.gov/gmd/webdata/ccgg/ObsPack/images/logos/noaa_medium.png
  49. # lab_1_ongoing_atmospheric_air_comparison : yes
  50. # provider_total_listed : 1
  51. # provider_1_name : Ed Dlugokencky
  52. # provider_1_address1 : NOAA ESRL GMD
  53. # provider_1_address2 : 325 Broadway GMD-1
  54. # provider_1_address3 : Boulder, CO 80305-3328
  55. # provider_1_country : United States
  56. # provider_1_affiliation : National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
  57. # provider_1_email : ed.dlugokencky@noaa.gov
  58. # provider_1_tel : 303-497-6228
  59. # partner_total_listed : 1
  60. # partner_1_name : Instituto de Pesquisas Energeticas e Nucleares
  61. # partner_1_abbr : IPEN
  62. # partner_1_address1 : Atmospheric Chemistry Laboratory
  63. # partner_1_address2 : Av. Prof. Lineu Prestes, 2242, Cidade Universitaria, Sao Paulo
  64. # partner_1_address3 : CEP 05508-900
  65. # partner_1_country : Brazil
  66. # partner_1_country_flag : http://www.esrl.noaa.gov/gmd/webdata/ccgg/ObsPack/images/flags/BRAZ0001.GIF
  67. # partner_1_logo : http://www.esrl.noaa.gov/gmd/webdata/ccgg/ObsPack/images/logos/ipen_medium.png
  68. # obspack_originator_lab_total_listed : 1
  69. # obspack_originator_lab_1_abbr : NOAA
  70. # obspack_originator_lab_1_name : NOAA Global Monitoring Division
  71. # obspack_originator_lab_1_number : 1
  72. # obspack_originator_individual_total_listed : 1
  73. # obspack_originator_individual_1_name : Ken Masarie
  74. # obspack_originator_individual_1_email : kenneth.masarie@noaa.gov
  75. # obspack_originator_individual_1_affiliation : NOAA
  76. # obspack_variables_and_attributes : ObsPack variables and attributes are described at www.esrl.noaa.gov/gmd/ccgg/obspack/documentation.html#MetaData
  77. # header_lines : 139
  78. #
  79. # VARIABLE ATTRIBUTES
  80. #
  81. # site_code:long_name : site_name_abbreviation.
  82. # site_code:comment : Site code is an abbreviation for the sampling site name.
  83. # time_components:_FillValue : -9
  84. # time_components:long_name : integer_components_of_UTC_date/time
  85. # time_components:order : year, month, day, hour, minute, second
  86. # time_components:comment : Calendar time components as integers.  Times and dates are UTC.
  87. # value:_FillValue : -999.999
  88. # value:units : micromol mol-1
  89. # value:long_name : measured_mole_fraction_of_trace_gas_in_dry_air
  90. # value:comment : Mole fraction reported in units of micromol mol-1 (10-6 mol per mol of dry air); equivalent to ppm (parts per million).
  91. # value_unc:_FillValue : -999.999
  92. # value_unc:long_name : estimated_uncertainty_in_reported_value
  93. # value_unc:units : micromol mol-1
  94. # value_unc:comment : Estimated uncertainty of the reported value. See provider_comment if available.
  95. # nvalue:_FillValue : -9
  96. # nvalue:long_name : number_of_measurements_contributing_to_reported_value
  97. # nvalue:comment : Number of individual measurements used to compute reported value. See provider_comment if available.
  98. # latitude:_FillValue : -999.999
  99. # latitude:standard_name : latitude
  100. # latitude:long_name : sample_latitude_in_decimal_degrees
  101. # latitude:units : degrees_north
  102. # latitude:comment : Latitude at which air sample was collected.
  103. # longitude:_FillValue : -999.999
  104. # longitude:standard_name : longitude
  105. # longitude:long_name : sample_longitude_in_decimal_degrees
  106. # longitude:units : degrees_east
  107. # longitude:comment : Longitude at which air sample was collected.
  108. # altitude:_FillValue : -999.999
  109. # altitude:standard_name : altitude
  110. # altitude:long_name : sample_altitude_in_meters_above_sea_level
  111. # altitude:units : m
  112. # altitude:comment : Altitude (in meters above sea level) is surface elevation (masl) plus sample intake height (magl).
  113. # elevation:_FillValue : -999.999
  114. # elevation:standard_name : elevation
  115. # elevation:long_name : surface_elevation_in_meters_above_sea_level
  116. # elevation:units : m
  117. # elevation:comment : Surface elevation in meters above sea level.
  118. # intake_height:_FillValue : -999.999
  119. # intake_height:long_name : sample_intake_height_in_meters_above_ground_level
  120. # intake_height:units : m
  121. # intake_height:comment : Sample intake height in meters above ground level (magl). See provider_comment if available.
  122. # instrument:_FillValue : NA
  123. # instrument:long_name : instrument_ID_to_detect_atmospheric_parameter
  124. # instrument:comment : Instrument ID used to detect atmospheric parameter. See provider_comment if available.
  125. # method:_FillValue : NA
  126. # method:long_name : air_sample_collection_method
  127. # method:comment : Air sample collection method. See provider_comment if available.
  128. # id:_FillValue : NA
  129. # id:long_name : air_sample_container_ID
  130. # id:comment : ID of air sample container. See provider_comment if available.
  131. # qcflag:_FillValue : NA
  132. # qcflag:long_name : quality_control_flag
  133. # qcflag:comment : This is the NOAA 3-character quality control flag.  Column 1 is the REJECTION flag. An alphanumeric other than a period (.) in the FIRST column indicates a sample with obvious problems during collection or analysis. This measurement should not be interpreted. Column 2 is the SELECTION flag. An alphanumeric other than a period (.) in the SECOND column indicates a sample that is likely valid but does not meet selection criteria determined by the goals of a particular investigation. Column 3 is the INFORMATION flag. An alphanumeric other than a period (.) in the THIRD column provides additional information about the collection or analysis of the sample.
  134. # evn:long_name : NOAA_Sample_Collection_Event_Number
  135. # evn:comment : All NOAA discrete air samples have a unique collection or event number.  This number (reported as a string) can be used to relate measurements of different trace gases and isotopes from the same NOAA sample.
  136. #
  137. # VARIABLE ORDER
  138. #
  139. # site_code year month day hour minute second value value_unc nvalue latitude longitude altitude elevation intake_height instrument qcflag id method evn
  140. ABP 2006 10 27 15 50 0 380.89 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 1779-99 G 231671
  141. ABP 2006 10 27 15 50 0 380.95 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 1780-99 G 231672
  142. ABP 2006 11 3 16 24 0 381.19 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 6717-66 G 229105
  143. ABP 2006 11 3 16 24 0 381.19 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 6718-66 G 229106
  144. ABP 2006 11 18 15 47 0 380.67 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 2969-99 G 229103
  145. ABP 2006 11 18 15 47 0 380.71 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 2970-99 G 229104
  146. ABP 2006 11 24 15 54 0 380.42 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 3217-99 G 229081
  147. ABP 2006 11 24 15 54 0 380.51 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 3218-99 G 229082
  148. ABP 2006 12 1 17 2 0 380.71 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 759-99 G 229079
  149. ABP 2006 12 1 17 2 0 380.69 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 760-99 G 229080
  150. ABP 2006 12 9 16 12 0 382.16 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 .X. 3089-99 G 229075
  151. ABP 2006 12 9 16 12 0 382.07 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 .X. 3090-99 G 229076
  152. ABP 2006 12 14 16 24 0 381.16 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 6043-66 G 229077
  153. ABP 2006 12 14 16 24 0 381.11 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 6044-66 G 229078
  154. ABP 2006 12 23 16 33 0 380.74 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 1203-99 G 231673
  155. ABP 2006 12 23 16 33 0 380.77 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 1204-99 G 231674
  156. ABP 2006 12 29 15 40 0 381.15 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 875-99 G 231675
  157. ABP 2006 12 29 15 40 0 381.1 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 876-99 G 231676
  158. ABP 2007 2 2 15 39 0 381.05 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 2827-99 G 231669
  159. ABP 2007 2 2 15 39 0 381.03 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 2828-99 G 231670
  160. ABP 2007 3 16 16 26 0 381.32 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 1711-99 G 233628
  161. ABP 2007 3 16 16 26 0 381.12 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 1712-99 G 233629
  162. ABP 2007 3 24 16 39 0 380.43 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 3371-99 G 233630
  163. ABP 2007 3 24 16 39 0 380.35 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 3372-99 G 233631
  164. ABP 2007 3 31 16 18 0 380.12 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 1029-99 G 233663
  165. ABP 2007 3 31 16 18 0 380.41 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 1030-99 G 233664
  166. ABP 2007 4 7 15 24 0 381.31 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 3647-99 G 233661
  167. ABP 2007 4 7 15 24 0 381.25 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 3648-99 G 233662
  168. ABP 2007 4 14 16 31 0 380.89 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 4493-99 G 233624
  169. ABP 2007 4 14 16 31 0 380.57 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 4494-99 G 233625
  170. ABP 2007 4 20 16 6 0 381.06 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 3575-99 G 233626
  171. ABP 2007 4 20 16 6 0 380.97 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 3576-99 G 233627
  172. ABP 2007 4 29 15 15 0 381.32 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 4125-99 G 235513
  173. ABP 2007 4 29 15 15 0 381.34 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 4126-99 G 235514
  174. ABP 2007 5 6 15 28 0 381.14 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 3093-99 G 235515
  175. ABP 2007 5 6 15 28 0 381.01 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 3094-99 G 235516
  176. ABP 2007 5 13 15 43 0 380.81 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 4153-99 G 235519
  177. ABP 2007 5 13 15 43 0 380.56 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 4154-99 G 235520
  178. ABP 2007 5 19 15 29 0 381.4 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 3611-99 G 235517
  179. ABP 2007 5 19 15 29 0 381.27 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 3612-99 G 235518
  180. ABP 2007 5 27 15 8 0 381.58 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 2407-99 G 237543
  181. ABP 2007 5 27 15 8 0 381.26 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 2408-99 G 237544
  182. ABP 2007 6 3 15 12 0 383.15 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 +.. 2197-99 G 237541
  183. ABP 2007 6 3 15 12 0 382.43 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 -.. 2198-99 G 237542
  184. ABP 2007 6 11 15 30 0 382.02 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 +.. 2973-99 G 237545
  185. ABP 2007 6 11 15 30 0 381.5 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 -.. 2974-99 G 237546
  186. ABP 2007 6 18 15 23 0 381.72 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 529-99 G 237547
  187. ABP 2007 6 18 15 23 0 381.73 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 530-99 G 237548
  188. ABP 2007 6 23 15 24 0 382.38 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 4095-99 G 239777
  189. ABP 2007 6 23 15 24 0 382.29 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 4096-99 G 239778
  190. ABP 2007 6 29 15 58 0 382.34 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 1517-99 G 239775
  191. ABP 2007 6 29 15 58 0 382.32 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 1518-99 G 239776
  192. ABP 2007 7 9 16 13 0 381.49 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 829-99 G 239781
  193. ABP 2007 7 9 16 13 0 381.45 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 830-99 G 239782
  194. ABP 2007 7 16 16 12 0 382.42 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 4131-99 G 239779
  195. ABP 2007 7 16 16 12 0 382.41 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 4132-99 G 239780
  196. ABP 2007 7 21 16 35 0 382.81 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 2273-99 G 240653
  197. ABP 2007 7 21 16 35 0 382.52 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 2274-99 G 240654
  198. ABP 2007 7 29 15 49 0 382.8 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 3579-99 G 240651
  199. ABP 2007 7 29 15 49 0 382.68 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 3580-99 G 240652
  200. ABP 2007 8 5 16 12 0 381.76 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 1437-99 G 240649
  201. ABP 2007 8 5 16 12 0 381.78 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 1438-99 G 240650
  202. ABP 2007 8 10 15 45 0 382.2 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 3865-99 G 240647
  203. ABP 2007 8 10 15 45 0 382.14 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 3866-99 G 240648
  204. ABP 2007 8 18 15 19 0 381.85 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 319-99 G 242959
  205. ABP 2007 8 18 15 19 0 381.69 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 320-99 G 242960
  206. ABP 2007 8 24 15 51 0 382.3 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 3007-99 G 242957
  207. ABP 2007 8 24 15 51 0 382.25 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 3008-99 G 242958
  208. ABP 2007 9 1 15 25 0 382.44 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 5-99 G 242963
  209. ABP 2007 9 1 15 25 0 382.75 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 6-99 G 242964
  210. ABP 2007 9 7 16 20 0 382.04 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 537-99 G 242961
  211. ABP 2007 9 7 16 20 0 382.1 -999.999 -9 -12.76 -38.16 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 538-99 G 242962
  212. ABP 2008 3 14 14 54 0 383.36 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 1475-99 G 253882
  213. ABP 2008 3 14 14 54 0 383.35 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 1476-99 G 253883
  214. ABP 2008 3 22 15 21 0 382.27 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 6047-66 G 253880
  215. ABP 2008 3 22 15 21 0 382.4 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 6048-66 G 253881
  216. ABP 2008 4 4 17 46 0 383.01 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 657-99 G 253886
  217. ABP 2008 4 4 17 46 0 383.02 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 658-99 G 253887
  218. ABP 2008 4 12 18 18 0 382.5 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 3989-99 G 253884
  219. ABP 2008 4 12 18 18 0 382.44 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 3990-99 G 253885
  220. ABP 2008 4 18 19 41 0 382.91 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 165-99 G 256777
  221. ABP 2008 4 18 19 41 0 382.84 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 166-99 G 256778
  222. ABP 2008 4 27 18 51 0 382.39 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 3133-99 G 256774
  223. ABP 2008 4 27 18 51 0 382.33 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 3134-99 G 256775
  224. ABP 2008 5 17 18 9 0 382.87 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 4729-99 G 256782
  225. ABP 2008 5 17 18 9 0 382.76 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 4730-99 G 256783
  226. ABP 2008 5 23 19 34 0 383.19 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 4743-99 G 256780
  227. ABP 2008 5 23 19 34 0 383.14 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 4744-99 G 256781
  228. ABP 2008 6 1 18 33 0 383.49 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 1683-99 G 260546
  229. ABP 2008 6 1 18 33 0 383.53 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 1684-99 G 260547
  230. ABP 2008 6 21 16 38 0 383.68 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 4709-99 G 260544
  231. ABP 2008 6 21 16 38 0 383.66 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 4710-99 G 260545
  232. ABP 2008 7 27 15 17 0 384.77 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 4057-99 G 260799
  233. ABP 2008 7 27 15 17 0 384.84 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 4058-99 G 260800
  234. ABP 2008 8 9 15 29 0 383.89 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 3243-99 G 260801
  235. ABP 2008 8 9 15 29 0 383.85 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 3244-99 G 260802
  236. ABP 2008 8 17 15 45 0 383.92 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 2155-99 G 262341
  237. ABP 2008 8 17 15 45 0 383.85 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 2156-99 G 262342
  238. ABP 2008 8 24 14 59 0 384.12 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 2057-99 G 262339
  239. ABP 2008 8 24 14 59 0 384.19 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 2058-99 G 262340
  240. ABP 2008 9 2 17 58 0 384.07 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 2523-99 G 262337
  241. ABP 2008 9 2 17 58 0 384.16 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 2524-99 G 262338
  242. ABP 2008 9 6 17 42 0 384.28 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 3421-99 G 262335
  243. ABP 2008 9 6 17 42 0 384.19 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 3422-99 G 262336
  244. ABP 2008 9 28 14 47 0 385.74 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 1972-99 G 265823
  245. ABP 2008 10 4 17 13 0 385.66 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 1585-99 G 265821
  246. ABP 2008 10 4 17 13 0 385.77 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 1586-99 G 265822
  247. ABP 2008 10 12 14 53 0 384.72 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 2689-99 G 265803
  248. ABP 2008 10 12 14 53 0 384.47 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 2690-99 G 265804
  249. ABP 2008 10 19 14 27 0 385.38 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 3499-99 G 265801
  250. ABP 2008 10 19 14 27 0 385.37 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 3500-99 G 265802
  251. ABP 2008 10 25 15 27 0 385.5 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 2471-99 G 267870
  252. ABP 2008 10 25 15 27 0 385.54 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 2472-99 G 267871
  253. ABP 2008 11 1 16 0 0 385.77 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 4499-99 G 267868
  254. ABP 2008 11 1 16 0 0 385.83 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 4500-99 G 267869
  255. ABP 2008 11 8 17 43 0 385.93 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 193-99 G 267872
  256. ABP 2008 11 8 17 43 0 385.87 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 194-99 G 267873
  257. ABP 2008 11 19 15 2 0 388.18 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 .X. 4709-99 G 267874
  258. ABP 2008 11 19 15 2 0 388.27 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 .X. 4710-99 G 267875
  259. ABP 2008 11 24 15 20 0 385.02 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 865-99 G 267878
  260. ABP 2008 11 24 15 20 0 385.09 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 866-99 G 267879
  261. ABP 2008 11 30 15 3 0 385.8 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 2701-99 G 267876
  262. ABP 2008 11 30 15 3 0 386.04 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 2702-99 G 267877
  263. ABP 2008 12 14 15 36 0 385.67 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 2509-99 G 267880
  264. ABP 2008 12 14 15 36 0 385.56 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 2510-99 G 267881
  265. ABP 2008 12 19 14 43 0 385.06 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 3361-99 G 267882
  266. ABP 2008 12 19 14 43 0 385.12 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 3362-99 G 267883
  267. ABP 2008 12 28 16 44 0 385.9 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 855-99 G 268837
  268. ABP 2008 12 28 16 44 0 385.94 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 856-99 G 268838
  269. ABP 2009 1 6 17 19 0 387.67 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 .X. 4427-99 G 268835
  270. ABP 2009 1 6 17 19 0 387.57 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 .X. 4428-99 G 268836
  271. ABP 2009 1 11 16 58 0 384.53 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 905-99 G 268831
  272. ABP 2009 1 11 16 58 0 384.88 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 906-99 G 268832
  273. ABP 2009 1 19 17 58 0 384.35 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 3983-99 G 268833
  274. ABP 2009 1 19 17 58 0 384.39 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 3984-99 G 268834
  275. ABP 2009 1 25 17 1 0 385.51 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 115-99 G 271807
  276. ABP 2009 1 25 17 1 0 385.57 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 116-99 G 271808
  277. ABP 2009 2 1 15 29 0 383.95 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 2639-99 G 271805
  278. ABP 2009 2 1 15 29 0 383.92 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 2640-99 G 271806
  279. ABP 2009 2 8 17 41 0 384.95 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 4143-99 G 271801
  280. ABP 2009 2 8 17 41 0 384.88 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 4144-99 G 271802
  281. ABP 2009 2 14 17 3 0 385.26 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 323-99 G 271803
  282. ABP 2009 2 14 17 3 0 385.26 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 324-99 G 271804
  283. ABP 2009 2 20 17 31 0 384.48 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 1405-99 G 274065
  284. ABP 2009 2 20 17 31 0 384.34 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 1406-99 G 274066
  285. ABP 2009 3 3 13 47 0 386.25 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 507-99 G 274063
  286. ABP 2009 3 3 13 47 0 386.47 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 508-99 G 274064
  287. ABP 2009 3 8 14 8 0 382.31 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 .X. 1011-99 G 274115
  288. ABP 2009 3 16 13 48 0 386.73 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 3835-99 G 274116
  289. ABP 2009 3 16 13 48 0 386.69 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 3836-99 G 274117
  290. ABP 2009 3 23 14 2 0 387.77 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 +.. 475-99 G 274067
  291. ABP 2009 3 23 14 2 0 387.25 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 -.. 476-99 G 274068
  292. ABP 2009 3 29 16 8 0 386.19 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 3473-99 G 276709
  293. ABP 2009 3 29 16 8 0 386.2 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ..I 3474-99 G 276710
  294. ABP 2009 3 29 16 22 0 386.0 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 121-99 G 274069
  295. ABP 2009 3 29 16 22 0 385.96 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 122-99 G 274070
  296. ABP 2009 4 4 16 9 0 386.41 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 2409-99 G 276713
  297. ABP 2009 4 4 16 9 0 386.28 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 2410-99 G 276714
  298. ABP 2009 4 13 14 35 0 384.67 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 781-99 G 276711
  299. ABP 2009 4 13 14 35 0 384.61 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L8 ... 782-99 G 276712
  300. ABP 2009 4 25 14 57 0 389.32 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 .X. 1603-99 G 276695
  301. ABP 2009 4 25 14 57 0 389.25 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 .X. 1604-99 G 276696
  302. ABP 2009 5 4 14 4 0 389.63 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 -.. 1519-99 G 276697
  303. ABP 2009 5 4 14 4 0 390.41 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 +.. 1520-99 G 276698
  304. ABP 2009 5 11 14 52 0 383.87 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ... 2333-99 G 276707
  305. ABP 2009 5 11 14 52 0 383.72 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L3 ..I 2334-99 G 276708
  306. ABP 2009 5 17 14 25 0 385.01 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 693-99 G 278328
  307. ABP 2009 5 24 15 18 0 388.02 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 .X. 2179-99 G 278329
  308. ABP 2009 5 24 15 18 0 388.32 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 .X. 2180-99 G 278330
  309. ABP 2009 5 31 15 2 0 384.87 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 4767-99 G 278331
  310. ABP 2009 5 31 15 2 0 384.89 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 4768-99 G 278332
  311. ABP 2009 6 7 14 58 0 384.98 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 2831-99 G 278333
  312. ABP 2009 6 7 14 58 0 385.02 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 2832-99 G 278334
  313. ABP 2009 6 15 13 26 0 385.45 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 3453-99 G 280566
  314. ABP 2009 6 15 13 26 0 385.42 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 3454-99 G 280567
  315. ABP 2009 6 22 16 43 0 385.04 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 901-99 G 280564
  316. ABP 2009 6 22 16 43 0 385.06 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 902-99 G 280565
  317. ABP 2009 6 29 17 36 0 385.1 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 3553-99 G 280560
  318. ABP 2009 6 29 17 36 0 385.02 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 3554-99 G 280561
  319. ABP 2009 7 5 16 18 0 385.6 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 4887-99 G 280562
  320. ABP 2009 7 5 16 18 0 385.64 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 4888-99 G 280563
  321. ABP 2009 7 20 16 54 0 393.65 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 .Z. 3393-99 G 282661
  322. ABP 2009 7 20 16 54 0 393.59 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 .Z. 3394-99 G 282662
  323. ABP 2009 7 25 16 59 0 385.54 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 4885-99 G 282663
  324. ABP 2009 7 25 16 59 0 385.53 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 4886-99 G 282664
  325. ABP 2009 8 3 17 33 0 386.32 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 1197-99 G 282667
  326. ABP 2009 8 3 17 33 0 386.25 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 1198-99 G 282668
  327. ABP 2009 8 10 18 15 0 386.16 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 267-99 G 282665
  328. ABP 2009 8 10 18 15 0 386.18 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 268-99 G 282666
  329. ABP 2009 8 16 15 18 0 386.0 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 213-99 G 286346
  330. ABP 2009 8 16 15 18 0 385.9 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 214-99 G 286345
  331. ABP 2009 8 23 15 23 0 386.13 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 4943-99 G 286347
  332. ABP 2009 8 23 15 23 0 386.03 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 4944-99 G 286348
  333. ABP 2009 8 30 16 42 0 386.09 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 1842-99 G 286354
  334. ABP 2009 8 30 16 42 0 385.97 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 3385-99 G 286353
  335. ABP 2009 9 5 14 50 0 386.66 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 2544-99 G 286355
  336. ABP 2009 9 5 14 50 0 386.71 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 99-99 G 286356
  337. ABP 2009 9 14 15 59 0 385.69 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 3700-99 G 286352
  338. ABP 2009 9 14 15 59 0 385.75 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 589-99 G 286351
  339. ABP 2009 9 20 15 36 0 386.1 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 3155-99 G 286349
  340. ABP 2009 9 20 15 36 0 386.26 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 3374-99 G 286350
  341. ABP 2009 9 27 14 43 0 386.84 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 4771-99 G 286798
  342. ABP 2009 9 27 14 43 0 386.68 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 4772-99 G 286799
  343. ABP 2009 10 4 15 37 0 385.82 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 971-99 G 286800
  344. ABP 2009 10 4 15 37 0 385.85 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 972-99 G 286801
  345. ABP 2009 10 10 14 57 0 385.87 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 2181-99 G 286794
  346. ABP 2009 10 10 14 57 0 385.98 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 2182-99 G 286795
  347. ABP 2009 10 18 15 22 0 385.89 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 2017-99 G 286796
  348. ABP 2009 10 18 15 22 0 385.9 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 2018-99 G 286797
  349. ABP 2009 11 9 15 43 0 386.81 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 1169-99 G 288342
  350. ABP 2009 11 9 15 43 0 386.77 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 1170-99 G 288343
  351. ABP 2009 11 15 12 34 56 386.36 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 2251-99 G 288340
  352. ABP 2009 11 15 12 34 56 386.38 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 2252-99 G 288341
  353. ABP 2009 11 23 17 59 0 386.6 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 2659-99 G 288338
  354. ABP 2009 11 23 17 59 0 386.61 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 2660-99 G 288339
  355. ABP 2009 11 29 14 58 0 386.99 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 4205-99 G 288336
  356. ABP 2009 11 29 14 58 0 387.26 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 4206-99 G 288337
  357. ABP 2009 12 13 16 53 0 386.72 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 2171-99 G 290133
  358. ABP 2009 12 13 16 53 0 386.58 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 2172-99 G 290134
  359. ABP 2009 12 22 17 56 0 387.06 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 N.. 6215-66 G 290135
  360. ABP 2009 12 22 17 56 0 386.54 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 -.. 6216-66 G 290136
  361. ABP 2010 1 4 15 28 0 386.64 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 1257-99 G 290131
  362. ABP 2010 1 4 15 28 0 386.67 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 1258-99 G 290132
  363. ABP 2010 1 13 17 42 0 386.98 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 1395-99 G 290129
  364. ABP 2010 1 13 17 42 0 386.94 -999.999 -9 -12.77 -38.17 6.0 1.0 5.0 L10 ... 1396-99 G 290130

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