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1. Monthly ENSO Precipitation Index (ESPI) [NOAA_NWS_CPC_ESPI]
[Text Source: Curtis, S. and R. Adler, 2000: ENSO indexes based on patterns of satellite-derived precipitation. J. Climate, 13, 2786-2793 and http://trmm.gsfc.nasa.gov/ESPIsummary.html ] ...


2. Observed Land Surface Precipitation Data Graphical Extracts: 1901-2000 (CRU TS 2.0) [NASA_GISS_CRUTS2.0]
[Source: NASA/GISS, http://data.giss.nasa.gov/precip_cru/ ] These pages provide access to graphical extracts of land surface precipitation data for the period 1901-2000. The original data come from ...


3. Observed Land Surface Precipitation Data: 1850-1995 (GISS/Dai) [GISS_LAND_PRECIP_VARS]
[Source: NASA/GISS, http://data.giss.nasa.gov/precip_dai/ ] The datasets here contain monthly and annual anomaly precipitation analyses (relative to the 1951-1979 period), in millimeters. ...


4. Precipitation-Based ENSO Indices [GPCP_PRECIP_ENSO_INDIC]
The goal in constructing a precipitation-based measure of ENSO was to estimate the gradient of rainfall anomalies across the Pacific basin and ensure a good relationship with SST- and pressure-based ...


5. Time Series of the ENSO Precipitation Index (ESPI) [GSFC_ENSO_ESPI_TIMESERIES]
A summary of the GPCP (V2x79) precipitation-based ENSO indices (EI, LI, ESPI) The goal in constructing a precipitation-based measure of ENSO was to estimate the gradient of rainfall anomalies across ...


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