Rainfall Analysis Tools

Monthly Global Precipitation (GPCP)

The Global Precipitation Climatology Project ( GPCP ) provides a global merged rainfall analysis for research and applications. This interface is designed for visualization and analysis of the GPCP's Global Precipitation Version 2.2 Data Set.
Users can generate plots or ASCII Output for area average (Lat-Lon Map), time series (Time Series), and Hovmoller diagram. The animation is available for Lat-Lon Maps. Selecting here or the Help buttons will open a new window with detailed help. More details about the data are also available.

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This is non Java/JavaScript version for TRMM GPCP. Click for Java/JavaScript version.
Use text input boxes below the map to specify area; maximum area is -90 ~ 90 and -180 ~ 180.
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    (Data Begin: 1979/01)
    (Data   End: 2010/12)

Time Series Plot
Y-Axis Options:

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Data Description

Global Precipitation (GPCP)

Spatial coverage: 90°S - 90°N Global
Spatial resolution: 2.5° x 2.5°
Temporal resolution: Monthly
Documentations: README for GPCP Data Set
Data Access: FTP download the original Global Precipitation (GPCP) data files
FTP download the binary data files from the GES DAAC

To learn about and order other precipitation products, please visit http://mirador.gsfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/mirador/presentNavigation.pl?tree=project&project=TRMM.

Continued improvement of this online tool, and the production and dissemination of these data sets, depends on your (our users) informing us on how you have used this tool and these data. We are particularly interested in the value of this tool and these data sets to your research. Please send your comments to help-disc@listserv.gsfc.nasa.gov.

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  • Last updated: January 09, 2012 16:44:52 GMT