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File  Format  Size  Comment 
nontidal_oclo_cmte.zip  ASCII  44.4 Mb  12hourly nontidal ocean series for all stations in the station list. The displacements are computed from January 1993 until the last epoch of data released by the JPL team. There is one file per station and for each station there are four columns. The first column is the date in modified julian dates. The second column is the vertical displacement, the third the EastWest Horizontal displacement and the fourth the NorthSouth horizontal displacement. All displacements are given in meters. (IMPORTANT: A linear trend must be subtracted from the loading series) 
nontidal_oclo_cmte  ASCII  Link to a directory with separate surface displacements for each station.  
gridded_nontidal_oclo_cmte  netcdf  70 Mb/month  Global 1 x 1 degree map of monthly files with the loading series given for the each lattice point (181 x 360). From this global grid, the series can be interpolated bilinearly to any point of interest. To read netcdf in matlab: Mexnc. To read netcdf in other programming languages such as C++ or Fortran: Unidata (IMPORTANT: A linear trend must be subtracted from the loading series) 
File  Format  Size  Comment 
nontidal_oclo_cmse.zip  ASCII  44.6 Mb  12hourly nontidal ocean series for all stations in the station list. The displacements are computed from January 1993 until the last epoch of data released by the JPL team. There is one file per station and for each station there are four columns. The first column is the date in modified julian dates. The second column is the vertical displacement, the third the EastWest Horizontal displacement and the fourth the NorthSouth horizontal displacement. All displacements are given in meters. (IMPORTANT: A linear trend must be subtracted from the loading series) 
nontidal_oclo_cmse  ASCII  Link to a directory with separate surface displacements for each station.  
gridded_nontidal_oclo_cmse  netcdf  70 Mb/month  Global 1 x 1 degree map of monthly files with the loading series given for the each lattice point (181 x 360). From this global grid, the series can be interpolated bilinearly to any point of interest. To read netcdf in matlab: Mexnc. To read netcdf in other programming languages such as C++ or Fortran: Unidata (IMPORTANT: A linear trend must be subtracted from the loading series) 
File  Format  Size  Comment 
station_list  ASCII  14 kb  List with all stations for which we are providing nontidal ocean loading series 
CMTE Green's function  ASCII  0.72 Mb  Values of the Green's function with the center of mass being the total earth, the solid earth + the mass that causes the loading. 
CMSE Green's function  ASCII  0.72 Mb  Values of the Green's function with the center of mass being the solid earth. 