planning to reprocess large volumes of data according to R2022, I am wondering if the current SeaDAS is consistent with that reprocessing. Presently I have SeaDAS 8.2 installed (with the V2022.0 option), but the default options still seems to indicate the use of the single-scattering epsilon for 'l2gen' and 'getanc' still returns NCEP/TOMS type of MET data. From the page about reprocessing R2022 (https://oceancolor.gsfc.nasa.gov/reprocessing/r2022/olci/) accessed from https://oceancolor.gsfc.nasa.gov/reprocessing/ , I understood that there is a switch to a multiple-scattering epsilon and the use of MERRA ancillary data (among other things). Is it just that I need to wait for a new release of SeaDAS (having a tentative date would be great for planning), or is it that I should use different set-up's in order to be consistent with R2022 ? Thanks a lot for any advice,
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thanks a lot for your answer. We've now switched to R2022.4. As reprocessing deals with one mission after the other, is there a page where this SeaDAS tag evolution can be followed, to avoid disturbing you ?
Thanks a lot !
Once the reprocessing is complete, does a new V version get made?