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1. A global landslide catalog for hazard applications: method, results, and limitations [NASA_GSFC_TRMM_LANDSLIDE_INVENTORY]
A systematic inventory of landslide events over the globe is valuable for estimating human and economic losses, quantifying the relationship between landslide occurrences and climate variations and ...


2. Atlas of Extratropical Storm Tracks, 1961-1998 [GISS_STORM_TRACK]
[Source: NASA/GISS, http://data.giss.nasa.gov/stormtracks/ ] Extratropical storms directly effect the environment and economy throughout the mid-latitudes, greatly impacting the lives of billions ...


3. COSPAR International Reference Atmosphere from NSSDC [CIRA_MODEL]
The COSPAR International Reference Atmosphere (CIRA) provides empirical models of atmospheric temperature and densities as recommended by the Committee on Space Research (COSPAR). Since the early ...


4. 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 ] ...


5. 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 ...


6. 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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