Maximum Temperature from Daymet Version 4 Monthly Latency: Daily Surface Weather Data on March 31, 2021 was produced in April of 2021.
Access to the Daymet V4 Monthly Latency: Daily Surface Weather Data has been restricted temporarily after data providers discover significant differences between values when compared to values produced annually.
Annual timeseries of daily cross-validation mean absolute error (MAE), averaged over all station days for each year, comparing results for Daymet V4 and Daymet V3. (a) MAE for estimation of daily maximum temperature. (b) MAE for estimation of daily total precipitation. Image from Thornton et al. 2021.
A recent publication by Thornton et. al., 2021, Gridded daily weather data for North America with comprehensive uncertainty quantification, details improvements to the Daymet V4 Model.
Dr. Peter Thornton studies the interactions of land ecosystems with other components of the Earth's climate system including biogeochemical and physical land-atmosphere feedbacks, and interactions with human systems.
For the third consecutive year, Dr. Peter Thornton has been recognized for exceptional research.