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Giovanni - Interactive Visualization and Analysis

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warn_icon.gif IMPORTANT MESSAGE Sep 25, 2016    Replacing 2016 Final IMERG and TMPA    

The 2016 Final IMERG (GPM_3IMERGHH.03 and GPM_3IMERGM.03) and Research Quality TMPA (TRMM_3B42.7 and TRMM_3B43.7) products are being retracted and replaced by the Precipitation Processing System. 

For 2016, the rain gauge data were erroneously not included, resulting in land estimates purely multi-satellite.  Note that this error does not affect estimates over ocean. Retro-processing to replace these data will commence on September 26, 2016.

The respective GES DISC derived Daily products (GPM_3IMERGDF.03 and TRMM_3B42_Daily.7)  will also be replaced. 

Giovanni - Interactive Visualization and Analysis - GES DISC: Goddard Earth Sciences, Data and Information Services Center

Giovanni-4 Portals

Atmospheric Portals   (Scroll down to view complete list)

Application and Education Portal (Scroll down to view complete list)

Meteorological Portals

Ocean Portals

Hydrology Portals (Scroll down to view complete list)


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.

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