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neespi visualizationThe Giovanni NEESPI (monthly and daily) is the first application Giovanni instance allowing analyses of interdisciplinary parameters from multi-satellites observations and numerical models over the Northern Eurasia.  More than 35 parameters are available at monthly resolution for atmosphere, land surface, and cryosphere.  The products at daily resolution contain more than 20 parameters.  Exploration of interdisciplinary data can be conducted easily through Giovanni NEESPI.  For example, the system enables to study intra-seasonal, and interannual variations of land surface processes through such as land surface temperature, soil moisture, vegetation index and their relationship with precipitation, cloud cover, aerosol loading, etc.  The daily products from multi-sensors can be used to study fire and/or dust events.


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NLDAS-2 VIC hourly 0-100 cm soil moisture content of 00Z January 1, 2014. Note the low soil moisture in the Southwest, Pacific Northwest, and California, consistent with reported drought conditions.
Apr 11, 2014 - NLDAS Phase 2 VIC Model Data Sets Released by NASA GES DISC

New data release complements previously released Mosaic and NOAH hydrological model data

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In 2013, the GES DISC provided more data sets, new tools,  and additional information to NASA Earth science data users around the world. See the article for the highlight corresponding to each picture.
Feb 12, 2014 - GES DISC "Top 10" Highlights for 2013

Achievements, accomplishments, and advances

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Ice storms can be beautiful, but they are frequently dangerous, damaging, and deadly.  (Photo by Paul Cardin from Flickr.)
Jan 10, 2014 - AIRS maps cold temperatures during Christmas 2013 ice storm

Waves in atmospheric circulation caused cold temperatures over North America

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The AGU Fall Meeting 2013 will take place in San Francisco, CA, from December 9-13, 2013.
Dec 06, 2013 - GES DISC participates in AGU Fall Meeting 2013

GES DISC staff members are authors or co-authors on 22 presentations

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SO2 from volcanoes in Kamchatka, such as the eruption of Tolbachik volcano, influences cloud formation in Alaska, according to research performed using Giovanni.
May 29, 2013 - New publications added to Giovanni publication list

58 science journal papers utilizing Giovanni appeared in the first four months of 2013

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