*COMING SOON* Near real-time ½° x ½° daily time series of solar radiation and meteorology.
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NASA Prediction of Worldwide Energy Resource (POWER)
Climatology Resource for Agroclimatology
Global coverage on a 1° latitude by 1° longitude grid
sponsored by NASA's Applied Sciences Program in the Science Mission Directorate
developed by POWER: Prediction of Worldwide Energy Resource Project
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Review the Methodology Documentation for additional information about the derivation of these parameters.
Please Note: Different data sets were required to produce a long time series.
It is not recommended to use this time series data to assess trends across the breaks in dates listed below.
Solar Radiation   Meteorology   Precipitation
Dates  Source     Dates  Source     Dates  Source
July 1, 1983 - Dec. 31, 2007  SRB 3.0    1983 through 2007  GEOS-4   January 1, 1997 -
October 31, 2015
GPCP 2.2
Jan. 1, 2008 - Dec. 31, 2012  FLASHFlux 2 (D,E,G,H)     Jan. 1, 2008 through Dec. 31, 2012  GEOS-5.1 & GEOS-5.2  
Jan. 1, 2013 - Near Real Time  FLASHFlux3 (A, B, C)     Jan. 1, 2013 through Dec. 31, 2016   GEOS-5 FP-IT   
         Jan. 1, 2017 through near real time   GEOS-5.12.4 FP-IT    
        
Radiation source information: NASA/GEWEX Surface Radiation Budget (SRB) Project
            & CERES Fast Longwave And SHortwave Radiative Fluxes (FLASHFlux)
Meteorology source information: Global Modeling and Assimilation Office (GMAO)
Precipitation source information: Global Precipitation Climatology Project (GPCP)
Download Data for a Single Grid
Enter BOTH latitude and longitude either in decimal
degrees or degrees and minutes separated by a "_".
Example: Latitude 33.5
Longitude -80.75
OR Latitude 33_30
Longitude -80_45
South:   -90 to 0 North:   0 to 90
West:   -180 to 0 East:   0 to 180
Start Date:   SEE AVAILABLE DATES
 End Date: BESIDE EACH PARAMETER

Choose between two output formats (1 OR 2):
1) Download solar and meteorological parameters in ICASA ASCII column format?

Note: Precipitation usually lags in availability. See available dates when choosing the parameters in the list to the right.
This form is "Reset" if the input is out of range.
Review the Methodology Documentation for additional information about the derivation of these parameters.



Download Regional Data
Enter BOTH latitudes and longitudes of TWO diagonal corners of a region:

  Enter either in decimal degrees or degrees and minutes separated by a space.
Example: Latitude 33.5
Longitude -80.75
OR Latitude 33 30
Longitude -80 45

South: -90 to 0  | North: 0 to 90  |  West: -180 to 0  |  East: 0 to 180

One corner
Opposite corner

Start Date:   SEE AVAILABLE DATES
 End Date: BESIDE EACH PARAMETER
Download single or multiple solar radiation and meteorological parameters in ASCII column format over the region selected above.
This form is "Reset" if the input is out of range.

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NASA Official and Curator: Paul W. Stackhouse, Jr., Ph.D.
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