∫dT max X ∫dY ∫dY [ NASA msu precipitation ] : X precipitation data

precipitation int_dY int_dY partial_X max X precipitation from NASA msu: Gridded oceanic rainfall data from the Microwave Sounding Unit.

Independent Variables (Grids)

Time (time)
grid: /T (julian_day) ordered (0000 1 Jan 1979) to (0000 1 Jun 1994) by 1.0 N= 5631 pts :grid
Longitude (longitude)
grid: /X (degree_east) periodic (180W) to (177.5E) by 2.5 N= 144 pts :grid

Other Info

bufferwordsize
8
CE
null
CS
null
datatype
doublearraytype
file_missing_value
-99.900002
missing_value
NaN
units
1.5079644737231 meter radian north second
history
max over Y[61.25N, 61.25S]

References

Spencer, R.W. and J.R. Christy, 1990: Precise monitoring of global temperature trends from satellites. Science, 247, 1558-1562.

Spencer, R.W., J.R. Christy, and N.C. Grody, 1990: Global atmospheric temperature monitoring with satellite microwave measurements: Methods and results 1979-84. J. Climate, 3, 1111-1128.

Spencer, R.W. and J.R. Christy, 1993: Precision lower stratospheric temperature monitoring with the MSU: Technique, validation, and results 1979-91. J. Climate, 6, 1194-1204.

Last updated: Fri, 18 Sep 2015 18:39:07 GMT

Data Views

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[ X | T]MM


Filters

Here are some filters that are useful for manipulating data. There are actually many more available, but they have to be entered manually. See Ingrid Function Documentation for more information. Average over X T | X T |
RMS (root mean square with mean *not* removed) over X T | X T |
RMSA (root mean square with mean removed) over X T | X T |
Maximum over X T | X T |
Minimum over X T | X T |
Detrend (best-fit-line) over X T | X T |
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