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Giovanni-4 Now Available
New! Please try out Giovanni-4, the next generation of Giovanni, with dramatically improved performance and interactive plotting and mapping. (Currently, only select Aerosols, Hydrology and Turbulent Flux data are available in Giovanni-4, with more on the way.)

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Meteorological Portals

Ocean Portals

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Giovanni is a Web application developed by the GES DISC to provide a simple, intuitive way to visualize, analyze, and access vast amounts of Earth science remote sensing data, particularly from satellites, without having to download the data.

Giovanni consists of several portals tailored to meet the needs of different Earth science research communities.  To use a Giovanni portal, click the its link in the lists under the left tab above. 

Giovanni includes data for aerosols, atmospheric chemistry, atmospheric temperature and moisture, and rainfall.  Giovanni also includes output from assimilation models covering a wealth of atmospheric, land surface and oceanographic parameters.


Latest News

SeaWiFS aerosol data can be used to examine dust storms, such as this Mediterranean dust storm occurring in September 2006.
Jul 21, 2014 - Aerosol data from SeaWiFS now available in Giovanni-4

Data are available for the entire SeaWiFS mission, 1997-2010

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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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This Giovanni image shows particulate inorganic carbon concentrations during the Lake Ontario whiting event in August 2013.
Jun 05, 2014 - Article in Earthzine highlights use of Giovanni for public health research

Data are used for research on infectious disease, air quality, and water quality

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The highlighted area of the Sierra Nevada Mountains was used to generate a time-series of snow mass, vital to the water interests in California.
May 30, 2014 - The May 2014 issue of The Giovanni News is online

Lightning and NO2 in Africa, rain and floods in Florida, drought and snow in California

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