:pversion = "2018.1" ;
:pversion = "2018.1QL" ;
When we reprocess the collections later this year, we will be changing the file names and adding an "NRT" to the QuickLook filenames.
For example, we have adopted this naming convention for our SST files:
So to revisit my other question, is it expected to not see in CMR some file names present on oceandata.sci.gsfc.nasa.go?
Currently https://cmr.earthdata.nasa.gov/search/g ... age_num=38 returns A2021181.L3m_DAY_CHL_chlor_a_4km.nc as the last entry, yet I see the next day's file, A2021182.L3m_DAY_CHL_chlor_a_4km.nc, on https://oceandata.sci.gsfc.nasa.gov/dir ... /2021/182/
The NRT or QuickLook collection:
The Refined Collection:
You can find them by searching for "MODISA_L3m_CHL"
If you look at the top line of the page of the CMR results you link to, you will see:
That tells me that these results are from the Refined collection.
On OceanData, there is no Refined/NRT distinction:
So yes, you will see NRT files listed there that do not appear in your CMR query of the Refined collection.