[ESIP-all] [Science questions] Trying to use Daymet/ All set now!

Thornton, Michele M. thorntonmm at ornl.gov
Wed Nov 28 13:47:43 EST 2012

Hi Annette,

As the user interface to many of the Daymet technical questions, I am consistently pleased with the interest and variety of applications that this dataset provides.   I'm glad to hear that it's "exactly" what you were looking for.  I don't see THAT very often.  We have tried to be thoughtful in providing this dataset in a format and standard that is useful to researchers, educators, and students.  Bob Cook and our technical team at the ORNL DAAC saw the utility and had the know-how to include the Singe Pixel Extraction visualization which many have found very useful.  Your interests seem to have the possibility to take this to a level that we certainly did not anticipate.  That's very cool.  Please let me know if you have any questions or suggestions that could further refine our data delivery.  Once again, I apologize for the technical glitch that you experienced yesterday.  They are rare and we try to resolve them as quickly as possible.

Kind Regards,
Michele Thornton

Michele Thornton
Environmental Sciences Division
Building 2040, Room E115, MS-6301
Oak Ridge National Lab
Oak Ridge, TN  37831

-----Original Message-----
From: Annette Schloss [mailto:annette.schloss at unh.edu] 
Sent: Tuesday, November 27, 2012 3:54 PM
Cc: Cook, Robert B.; Thornton, Michele M.
Subject: Re: [Science questions] Trying to use Daymet/ All set now!

Many thanks Ranjeet,

 yes the Daymet services are working now.  This is very nice and exactly what I was looking for!

take care,

Dr. Annette L. Schloss
Earth Systems Research Center
8 College Rd.
University of New Hampshire
Durham, NH 03824
ph: 603-862-0348
fax: 603-862-0188
email: annette.schloss at unh.edu


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