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Earthdata Webinar: Daymet V4 - Toward Analysis Ready Data

Submitted by ORNL DAAC Staff on 2021-08-25
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Michele Thornton presents Earthdata Webinar: Toward Analysis Ready Data - Programmatically Discover, Access, and Subset Daymet V4 Data with Python and ArcGIS

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Learn how to programmatically discover, access, and subset Daymet V4 Data with Python and ArcGIS, August 31, 2021 at 2:00 EDT.

Daymet Version 4 Data Products highlighted by NASA's Earthdata

Submitted by ORNL DAAC Staff on 2021-01-28
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A regional view of Daymet V4 daily total precipitation over 2 days during the time period that Hurricane Harvey made landfall in August of 2017.

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Daymet Version 4's improved algorithm and sensor timing and bias corrections result in more accurate and precise data.

Daymet Developer Remains Among Web of Science's Most Highly Cited

Submitted by ORNL DAAC Staff on 2021-01-05
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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. 

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For the third consecutive year, Dr. Peter Thornton has been recognized for exceptional research.

THREDDS NetCDF Subsetting Service Bug Fixed

Submitted by ORNL DAAC Staff on 2020-06-24
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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.

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

Recent NASA Article Highlights Daymet

Submitted by ORNL DAAC Staff on 2020-05-13
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Each black dot on this digital elevation map (DEM) represents a surface weather station in continental North America providing Daymet data in 2010. Additional stations providing Daymet data are located in Puerto Rico and Hawaii.

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Daymet derived annual average of daily minimum temperature, 1980 (left) and 2019 (right), for a subset of North America. Images are scaled from -20 to +20 degrees C.