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Learn How Dr. Sparkle Malone Uses ORNL DAAC Data

Headshot of Sparkle Malone in the field.

Dr. Sparkle Malone uses NASA data including the ORNL DAAC Global Subsets Tool and Daymet data for her research on carbon fluxes in the Everglades.

Dr. Sparkle Malone, uses NASA data to explore how a changing climate impacts ecosystem structure and function.

Improvements in Daymet continental-scale daily estimates

Daymet V4 Annual Total of Daily Precipitation in 2019

Annual Total of Daily Precipitation, 2019, shown in Daymet V4 gridded estimates.

Improvements in daymet continental-scale gridded daily precipitation and temperature estimates.

THREDDS NetCDF Subsetting Service Bug Fixed

Unidata TDS

Unidata's THREDDS Data Server (TDS) is a web server that provides metadata and data access for scientific datasets, using a variety of remote data access protocols.

A bug has been fixed in the THREDDS Data Server (TDS) NetCDF Subsetting Service (NCSS) that may, in rare cases, have returned incorrect results.

Daymet 2019 Data Now Available

Map of Daymet Single Pixel Download Locations

The Single Pixel Extraction Tool allows a user to obtain daily Daymet data in a tabular format for a single geographic point (pixel) specified by latitude and longitude.

Daymet gridded estimates of daily weather parameters are now available for the years 1980 to 2019.

Yaxing Wei Named Lead Scientist

Image of Yaxing Wei

Yaxing Wei has been named Lead Scientist of the ORNL DAAC.

Geospatial information scientist, Dr. Yaxing Wei, is the new ORNL DAAC Lead Scientist.

Daymet Developer Among the Web of Science Most Highly Cited

Dr. Peter Thornton in the field for NGEE Arctic

Dr. Peter Thornton leads the Modeling and Scale Integration Science Team for the Next-Generation Ecosystem Experiments (NGEE) Arctic project.

The lead developer of Daymet is recognized as a highly cited author in 2019.

Correction to Daymet Monthly Climate Summaries

Daymet precipitation in January 2000

Daymet V3 total precipitation for January 2000 for a subset of the Daymet domain in eastern North America.

The ORNL DAAC has released a correction to “Daymet Monthly Climate Summaries on a 1-km Grid for North America, Version 3."

Daymet Data Now Available in AppEEARS

the LP DAAC logo

The Land Processes DAAC distributes NASA Earth Observing System data. They developed the AppEEARS tool to provide access to a wide range of data from instruments including MODIS, VIIRS, SMAP, and now Daymet.

Daymet Version 3 daily weather data for North America is now available through the AppEEARS subsetting tool from NASA's Land Processes DAAC.

Daymet Developer Recognized for Exceptional Research

Peter Thornton in the field

Oak Ridge National Lab Distinguished Researcher Peter Thornton in the field.

The lead developer of Daymet receives recognition as a highly cited author.

Daymet now available in the Fixed Sites Tool

Fixed Sites Subsets Tool for North America Now Includes Daymet Data

A site within the National Ecological Observatory Network demonstrates that Daymet data can now be accessed using the Fixed Sites Subsets Tool.

For study sites in North America, Daymet daily weather data is now provided alongside pre-processed MODIS and VIIRS data subsets.