NSSL hosts a THREDDS data access point where CLAMPS1, CLAMPS2, and Doppler lidar truck data are available.

On THREDDS, there are two data trees: campaigns and clamps. Campaigns will be organized and mostly QAed data from field projects on which the platforms have been deployed. The clamps tree replicates the general file structure that lives aboard the CLAMPS datasystem, and can be considered non-QAed and for pro-users only.

To get started with THREDDS using Python, check out the tutorial available under code resources: Getting started with CLAMPS.