[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
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.
Environmental Sciences Division
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Oak Ridge National Lab
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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!
Dr. Annette L. Schloss
Earth Systems Research Center
8 College Rd.
University of New Hampshire
Durham, NH 03824
email: annette.schloss at unh.edu
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