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  • This dataset contains 0.25 degree resolution 3-hourly global Climate Prediction Center morphing method (CMORPH) precipitation data. CMORPH is the CPC Morphing technique which derives precipitation estimates from low orbiter satellite microwave observations.

  • This dataset contains 0.25 degree resolution daily global Climate Prediction Center morphing method (CMORPH) precipitation data. CMORPH is the CPC Morphing technique which derives precipitation estimates from low orbiter satellite microwave observations.

  • This dataset collection contains 0.25 degree resolution 3-hourly and daily global Climate Prediction Center morphing method (CMORPH) precipitation data. CMORPH is the CPC Morphing technique which derives precipitation estimates from low orbiter satellite microwave observations.

  • The FIDelity and Uncertainty in Climate data records from Earth Observations (FIDUCEO) project Fundamental Climate Data Record of brightness temperatures for the High-resolution Infrared Radiation Sounder (HIRS) contains brightness temperatures for HIRS for all editions of HIRS/2, HIRS/2I, HIRS/3, and HIRS/4 satellite instruments. It contains HIRS l1b data as available from the NOAA Comprehensive Large Array-Data Stewardship System (CLASS). Geolocation and calibration information is available in the files. For more information and relevant product guides please see the documentation section. This data set was used as input to the Fundamental Climate Data Record of recalibrated brightness temperatures for the High-resolution Infrared Radiation Sounder (HIRS) with uncertainties, 1978 - 2016, v1.0 dataset.

  • 4km resolution Global Area Coverage (GAC) Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer (AVHRR) Level 1B data are available from 1978 - 2013 for the whole globe from NOAA satellites 06 through 12, 14 through 19 and Tiros-N, and from Metop A and B.

  • This data was collected from the Stratosphere-Troposphere Exchange Project (STEP) conducted onboard the NASA ER-2 aircraft in January and February, 1987 based in Darwin, Australia. This mission was the last of 6 STEP missions which began with the Global Tropospheric Experiment (GTE) in April 1984. The Darwin, Australia phase of STEP utilized 15 instruments and accessed the world's highest, coldest tropopause as well as the largest penetrating cumulonimbus anvils. The flights were designed to test a dehydration mechanism proposed by Danielsen (1982), as well as to acquire sufficient data to test and develop other hypotheses. The STEP missions were designed to investigate different aspects of stratosphere-troposphere exchange (in mass, trace gases, and aerosols), including cloud-free and cloud-dominated mechanisms in both the mid-latitudes and the tropics. STEP was carried out under NASA and the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Data from the NASA/NOAA aircraft campaign based in Darwin, Australia in January and February 1987. Designed to investigate mechanisms of equatorial stratosphere-troposphere exchange. Measurements include trace gases and aerosol in cloud free and cloud dominated conditions. This dataset is public.

  • Data from the flight 15 of 17 from the NASA/NOAA aircraft campaign based in Darwin, Australia in January and February 1987. Designed to investigate mechanisms of equatorial stratosphere-troposphere exchange. Measurements include trace gases and aerosol in cloud free and cloud dominated conditions. This dataset is public.

  • Data from the flight 8 of 17 from the NASA/NOAA aircraft campaign based in Darwin, Australia in January and February 1987. Designed to investigate mechanisms of equatorial stratosphere-troposphere exchange. Measurements include trace gases and aerosol in cloud free and cloud dominated conditions. This dataset is public.

  • Data from the flight 5 of 17 from the NASA/NOAA aircraft campaign based in Darwin, Australia in January and February 1987. Designed to investigate mechanisms of equatorial stratosphere-troposphere exchange. Measurements include trace gases and aerosol in cloud free and cloud dominated conditions. This dataset is public.