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An identifier indicating the level at which the data in the collection are processed, ranging from level 0 (raw instrument data at full resolution) to level 4 (model output or analysis results).
It is recommended that the processing level align with the EOSDIS data processing levels if at all possible. The EOSDIS data processing levels are: 0, 1A, 1B, 2, 3, 4. Please see the EOSDIS Data Processing Levels policy page for a more detailed description of each of the processing levels. It is recommended that processing levels be assigned in a consistent manner for all datasets from a data provider. A processing level Id is required.
The processing level description is an optional field used to provide details on the processing level. Ideally the description should be a brief summary which aids the user in understanding the degree to which the source data has been processed. The level of detail provided in the description may vary. The description may range from very generic (e.g. "Model derived") to more specific (e.g. "Radiometrically calibrated and orthorectified using ground control points and SRTM digital elevation model (DEM) data to correct for relief displacement. Data is provided in digital numbers.")
Description: "This data product is model derived."
Description: "Radiometrically calibrated and orthorectified using ground control points and SRTM digital elevation model (DEM) data to correct for relief displacement. Data has been converted from digital numbers to top of atmosphere (TOA) reflectance."
|UMM-C||ProcessingLevel/Id||String||1 - 80 characters||Yes||1|
|UMM-C||ProcessingLevel/Description||String||1 - 2048 characters||No||0..1|
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Metadata Validation and QA/QC
All metadata entering the CMR goes through the below process to ensure metadata quality requirements are met. All records undergo CMR validation before entering the system. The process of QA/QC is slightly different for NASA and non-NASA data providers. Non-NASA providers include interagency and international data providers and are referred to as the International Directory Network (IDN).
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ARC Automated Checks
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Enumeration/Code List Mapping
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Enumeration/Code List Mapping
|1.12.0||01/22/2019||No changes were made for Processing Level during the transition from version 1.11.0 to 1.12.0.|
|1.11.0||11/28/2018||No changes were made for Processing Level during the transition from version 1.10.0 to 1.11.0.|
|1.10.0||05/02/2018||No changes were made for Processing Level during the transition from version 1.9.0 to 1.10.0.|
|10.3||May 2018||Changed field from optional to required for UMM-C compliance|
|1.0||5/22/18||Recommendations/priority matrix transferred from internal ARC documentation to wiki space|