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How to reformat climgen data to load into arcgis

Question asked by suziemilner on Jan 24, 2018
Latest reply on Jan 27, 2018 by xander_bakker

I have weather data downloaded from climgen but I don't know how to reformat it to load it into arcgis. I need to isolate certain years and do some spatial analysis with it so need it loaded in arcgis. The data can be downloaded from https://crudata.uea.ac.uk/~timo/climgen/data/questgsi/priority_emissions/csiro_mk30/  and is the files labelled e.g. 00dtr.A1B_.csiro_mk30.tar.gz. Details of how it's currently formatted can be found here.

 

I actually have one of the datasets (00pre.A1B_.csiro_mk30.tar.gz) already in a netcdf file that I can load into arcgis but I don't know how it was converted. This data is already available and discussed here. Does anyone know how I can get these .climgen files into a format that I can load in arcgis such as a .nc file?

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