Atmosphere Data at EOSDIS
Atmosphere discipline data sets focus primarily on characterizing the Earth’s troposphere and stratosphere. Within those layers occur many geophysical processes involving clouds, aerosols, precipitation, lightning, chemistry, temperature, radiation balance, and dynamics. Interactions of the atmosphere with land and ocean surfaces, and with solar radiation also fall within this discipline. EOSDIS DAACs hold over 2700 atmosphere data sets, some of which overlap other disciplines, such as Land and Ocean. The primary DAACs specializing in atmospheric products are ASDC DAAC, GES DISC and LAADS. Several other DAACs also hold atmpospheric data as they relate to their respective disciplines. Near real-time data for Atmosphere applications can be found at the Land, Atmosphere Near real-time Capability for EOS (LANCE).
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- Air Quality
- Atmospheric Chemistry (Mesospheric and Thermospheric/Ionospheric)
- Atmospheric Electricity (Lightning)
- Atmospheric Phenomena
- Atmospheric Pressure
- Atmospheric Radiation (Radiative Energy Fluxes)
- Atmospheric Temperature
- Atmospheric Water Vapor (Humidity)
- Atmospheric Winds
Learn more about Atmosphere Data at EOSDIS
Learn more about Atmosphere Data at EOSDIS by reading Sensing Our Planet articles that feature research utilizing Earth Observing data from the NASA Earth Observing System Data and Information System (EOSDIS) Distributed Active Archive Centers (DAACs) and watch NASA Earthdata Webinar videos to learn more about NASA Earth science data sets, services and tools to discover, access and use these data. There is also an atmosphere discipline reference sheet available from the Outreach Products page.
Click here to access the Atmospheric Science User Forum.
Last Updated: Sep 29, 2016 at 10:03 AM EDT