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Deep Soil Temperature

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Definition

Deep soil temperature is the temperature beneath the soil surface.� The deep soil temperature may contribute to the low frequency variability of energy and water fluxes. It is an important measured quantity in analyzing of the energy and water cycles in the Earth system, and thus the weather and climate conditions.

Definition

Deep soil temperature is the temperature beneath the soil surface.� The deep soil temperature may contribute to the low frequency variability of energy and water fluxes. It is an important measured quantity in analyzing of the energy and water cycles in the Earth system, and thus the weather and climate conditions.

Applications

  1. Water cycle
  2. Energy cycle
  3. Weather forecast
  4. Global climate change

 

 

GES DISC Datasets

 

Parameter

 

Deep Soil Temperature

 

Units

 

K

 

Platform/Instrument

 

����������� GLADS Model

 

Begin Date

 

����������� 1979

 

End Date

 

����������� 2006

 

Access

 

����������� AGDISC

 

Document

 

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Other Sources for Data

 

GLADS:���������� ����������� http://ldas.gsfc.nasa.gov/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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