I am trying to do an analysis in ArcMap 10.3.1 using chlorophyll data from Ocean Color Web. I downloaded the data as a NetCDF file and used the Make NetCDF Raster Layer tool in order to add it to my map. When I do this, I get min/max values that are unreasonable (like 0.13 - 0.14), and furthermore, when I click around on that layer with the "identify" tool, it frequently reports cell values well outside of the maximum. These at least seem to make sense, but I was hoping to record the mean values that show up in the source tab as part of my analysis, and now I can't do that since I cannot trust those statistics. I feel like there has to be something stupid I'm missing here. Does anybody have a clue what's happening?
Here is an image showing what parameters I entered into the Make NetCDF Raster Layer Tool. Ignore the error about the file path- I just changed that because it had my name in it.
Here is an image showing the raster statistics from the source tab and the identify window, which shows a value that is clearly larger than the supposed maximum. You can see that they are the same layer as well.