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Getting Data

We have many datasets from multiple sensors on multiple platforms. The following methods are available for getting data products. Please contact us if you have any questions.

Find data sets using keywords in a Google-like interface or directory navigation based on Science Areas and Projects.
Our data are available to users via OPeNDAP (formerly, DODS). To learn more, start here.
Some of our data are available via the OGC Web Map Services. To learn more, start here.

Data Discovery

If you're not sure what data you want or what data we have, use the following to assist you.

Explore our data in your Web browser through visualizations and analysis without having to download the data. To learn more, start here.
Mirador Science Areas Browse data holdings by science keywords.
Short descriptions of important geophysical parameters with links to associated datasets.

Other Data Access

The following items may also be useful to some of our users.

Online/FTP resource for heritage datasets including UARS, TOVS, OCTS, TOMS, and more.
Reverb searches against the ECHO metadata clearinghouse which facilitates all data discovery and order processing capabilities. To Reverberate is to "echo back or reecho."
Links to other data centers.

Latest News

Climate change in the highlands of India could affect the production, and price, of Darjeeling tea, prized by tea connoisseurs.
Aug 29, 2014 - Summer Temperature Trends in India’s Tea-Growing Region

Climate change in the highlands of India could adversely affect the tea crop

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Monitoring atmospheric mercury levels at remote Amsterdam Island was the subject of one of the most interesting papers using Giovanni from the first half of 2014.
Aug 27, 2014 - The July-August 2014 issue of the Giovanni News is online

Newsletter describes the 7 "most interesting" papers from the first half of 2014

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MODIS-Terra images of seasonal flooding in Malawi. Left: 12/26/2006. Right: 1/11/2007. The Shire River, subject of a 2014 paper that used Giovanni, flows from Lake Malawi into the Zambezi River through wetlands, including the “Elephant Marsh".
Jul 28, 2014 - Giovanni publications for the first half of 2014

103 publications tallied in peer-reviewed journals or scientific books

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Precipitation time series for the Bosnia-Herzegovina flood event in mid-May 2014.
Jun 27, 2014 - The June 2014 issue of The Giovanni News is online

Articles on Giovanni 4.8 release, Bosnia-Herzegovina floods, Czech Republic vegetation

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On average, the western Florida Panhandle receives about 100 mm of rain in April.
Jun 13, 2014 - Record-shattering rain inundates Pensacola, Florida in late April 2014

In two days, the area received 5-6 times the normal monthly rainfall for April

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