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The various datasets listed below are available for download and as charts/plots together with documentation through the CAMS Catalogue. The latest CAMS Product Portfolio is also available.

CAMS data is open and free of charge (see Copernicus Licence for details).

Global CAMS data:

  1. Latest three days of Real-Time CAMS global daily analysis and forecast data are available through the FTP dissemination service.

  2. CAMS Global archived analysis and forecast daily data (6 hourly analysis and 3 hourly up-to 5 days forecast data since 05/07/2012 to 09/07/2019, available with a 5-day delay, approximately 40km horizontal resolution (T511 spectral) on 60 vertical levels from the surface up to 0.1 hPa; increased to 137 levels on 09/07/2019 as part of the IFS cycle 46r1 upgrade - see  Implementation of IFS cycle 46r1 for details). These data are available for download through:
  3. CAMS global delayed-mode analyses and real-time forecasts of CO2 and CH4: On request only - Contact CAMS User Support service (copernicus-support@ecmwf.int)

  4. CAMS Global archived reanalysis data, 2003-2018, annual releases planned thereafter (i.e. 2019 data available in 2020), approximately 80 km (T255 spectral) on 60 vertical levels from the surface up to 0.1 hPa for the analysed species) are available for download through:
    • WebAPI (with ‘dataset’:'eac4'),  allowing users to download Global CAMS data in a programmatic way.

  5. CAMS Global archived MACC Reanalysis, 2003-2012, approximately 80 km (T255 spectral) on 60 vertical levels from the surface up to 0.1 hPa for the analysed species) are available for download through:

See What are the changes from the MACC Reanalysis to the CAMS interim Reanalysis, to the CAMS Reanalysis?

Regional CAMS data (European domain, 25W/50E/30N/70N):

  1. All CAMS regional analysis and forecast daily data (archived since 10/2015 and less than 30 days old data, approximately 10km horizontal resolution from surface up to 5000m) are available for download either through:
    • CAMS Regional data web interface for online (less than 30 days old) and Archive (older than 30 days) data access. 
    • REST API for automated access by scripting (does not allow specific geographical area and/or level data extraction) - More details available here.
    • Push mode by subscription on data server (registration needed - please see Documentation)
    • WMS and WCS API services (maps and data download - account needed) - More details available here.

  2. CAMS regional reanalyses data are available online.

Supplementary Products: Solar and UV Radiation data:

  1. Solar radiation (2004 - present with up to 2 days delay) - global clear-sky solar irradiance and Meteosat satellite field-of-view coverage total-sky surface solar irradiation
  2. Global UV radiation archived data (see forum)
    • Latest three days of near-real-time (NRT) CAMS global UV data are available through the FTP Dissemination server.
    • Archived data (since 01/06/2016, available with a 5-day delay) are available for download through:

Supplementary Products: Emission products, climate forcings and Greenhouse Gases (GHG) flux inversions data:

  1. Anthropogenic emissions (2003-2009 European data and 1960-2020 global data through ECCAD)
  2. 2003-2012 Climate forcings (e.g. aerosol direct/indirect forcing) through the ECMWF data server web interface: http://apps.ecmwf.int/datasets/data/cams-climate-forcings/
  3. GFAS (Global Fire Assimilation System)
    • Latest seven days of GFAS data are available through the FTP Dissemination server.
    • GFAS archived data (2003 to yesterday) are available for download through:
  4. Greenhouse Gases (GHG) flux inversions

Supplementary Products: Policy Support products:

  1. Control scenarios
    1. Policy scenarios (forecasts and emission scenario impacts for Ozone, Nitrogen Dioxide, PM10 and PM2.5)
    2. Air control tololbox (ACT) offering a flexible framework to explore the benefit of emission reduction strategies.
  2. Source contribution to EU cities
    1. Daily forecasts
    2. Previous episodes analysis
  3. CAMS Air Quality Reports

CAMS Charts: