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by cparks » Mon Jan 24, 2022 12:36 pm America/New_York
I have downloaded the sciencekeywords.csv for version 12.3. In version 12.3 of the Earth Science keywords, a new keyword hierarchy has been added for the SEA SURFACE HEIGHT ANOMALY _SSHA_ keyword. The hierarchy used to be: EARTH SCIENCE > OCEANS > SEA SURFACE TOPOGRAPHY > SEA SURFACE HEIGHT > SEA SURFACE HEIGHT ANOMALY _SSHA_. In version 12.3 the keyword is now: EARTH SCIENCE > OCEANS > SEA SURFACE TOPOGRAPHY > SEA SURFACE HEIGHT > SEA SURFACE HEIGHT > SEA SURFACE HEIGHT ANOMALY _SSHA_. In the sciencekeywords.csv, the SEA SURFACE HEIGHT portion is included as both Variable_Level_1 and Variable_Level_2. However, the variable_level_2 portion does not have a unique identifier. Based on the normal structure, every keyword level should have UUID. Is the 2nd SEA SURFACE HEIGHT for Variable_Level_2 really needed? If so, are you going to add a unique identifier for this part of the keyword structure?
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