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Version 2.1 is the latest version of the API. Version 2.0 is deprecated and tagged for removal but is still currently available. Below are descriptions of the data model fields and the API itself. [...] Categories can be used to filter the output of the Categories API and the Layers API. The acceptable categories can be accessed via the categories JSON. A Source is a reference to further information about the event. [...] Layers are mapped to categories within EONET to provide a category-specific list of layers (e.g., the 'Volcanoes' category is mapped to layers that can provide imagery in true color, SO2, aerosols, etc)..
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