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Estimates of monthly mean soil moisture for 1979-1989

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        StatementNational Aeronautics and Space Administration, Goddard Space Flight Center
        PublishersNational Aeronautics and Space Administration, Goddard Space Flight Center
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        LC Classifications1992
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        Paginationxvi, 99 p. :
        Number of Pages88
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        ISBN 10nodata
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        2NASA technical memorandum -- 104571.
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Comparison with observations and existing climatologies shows that 1 the interannual variation in simulated snow cover extent is similar to observations in Eurasia but is somewhat underpredicted in North America; 2 the components of the global and continental water balance are similar to those in previously produced climatologies, although runoff is somewhat lower; 3 patterns of simulated soil moisture storage are similar to the climatology of Mintz and Serafini, but the more sophisticated VIC hydrological model produces a larger range in soil moisture; and 4 the annual cycle and spatial patterns in soil moisture compare well with soil moisture observations in Illinois and in central Eurasia, but mean modeled soil moisture is somewhat lower than observed, and observed soil moisture shows a greater interannual persistence than do the simulations.

2000 Running, Thornton, Nemani, and Glassy Running, S. MEP is after a 5-day running mean. At the 15-min resolution, the dominant land cover types were calculated for the globe from the 1-km resolution land cover dataset.

In addition, the dataset contains vapor pressure, downward shortwave radiation, and net longwave radiation, derived from the daily temperature and precipitation data using standard algorithms.1999; Mu et al.

In some countries United Kingdoma period as short as 15 days with little rain has been defined as a dry spell.

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Both the land surface model-based and remote sensing-based ET are persistently lower than GRACE-based ET in all eleven basins tested.

Gandin, 1992: Complex quality control of rawinsonde heights and temperatures CQCHT at the National Meteorological Center. Contours correspond to the ticks on the shading bar. This is likely due to the lower surface air temperatures in the WFDEI-GPCC, which results in lower potential leaf-level photosynthesis for C3 and C4 plants in the extratropics and tropics, respectively.

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