Surface incident longwave radiation is a measure of the incident longwave radiant energy from the atmosphere to the Earth’s surface. It is an important measured quantity in analyzing of the energy balance in the Earth system. Surface incident longwave radiation can be expressed by radiant energy flux per unit of area.
- Environmental issues
- Water cycle
- Energy cycle
- Weather forecast
- Climate prediction modeling
GES DISC Datasets
To access products that have specific parameter click on the corresponding 'data access' links in the table below.
|Begin Date ||End Date ||Access ||Doc |
|Surface Incident Longwave Radiation ||W/m2 ||GLDAS Model ||1979 ||present || ftp || Y |
| LW radiation flux downwards (surface) ||W/m^2 ||NLDAS Model ||1979 ||present ||ftp ||Y |
Other sources for data
4. ARM SRB