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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."

Highlights from the Literature

Asclepias syriaca (common milkweed)

Asclepias syriaca (common milkweed) relies on pollinators for movement of its pollen, and evidence suggests that its populations are declining. Image courtesy of Pixabay.

Daymet daily surface weather and climatological summaries have been cited in nearly 300 peer-reviewed articles. Read about how this popular data product is used in research.

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 2018 Data Now Available

Daymet provides high-resolution surface meteorology data for North America.

Daymet provides high-resolution surface meteorology data for North America. The figure shows annual data for the year 2018; Left: Mean maximum daily temperature, Middle: Total precipitation, Right: Mean minimum daily temperature. Daymet data is archived and distributed by the ORNL DAAC.

Daymet weather and climate data for North America are now available for the years 1980 - 2018.

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.

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