|Name||APHRODITE monsoon Asia Precipitation data|
Asian Precipitation - Highly-Resolved Observational Data Integration Towards Evaluation (APHRODITE's ) of Water Resources project develops state-of-the-art daily precipitation and temperature datasets with high-resolution grids for Asia. The datasets are created primarily with data obtained from a rain-gauge-observation network.
Product APHRO_MA offers gridded daily precipitation of the monsoon Asia for 1951-2007.
|North bound latitude||55|
|West bound longitude||60|
|South bound latitude||-15|
|Dimension Name||Dimension Size (slice number of the dimension)||Resolution Unit|
|Keyword Type||Keyword||Keyword thesaurus Name|
|theme||APHRODITE, daily precipitation, monsoon Asia||No_Dictionary|
File download : https://data.diasjp.net/dl/storages/filelist/dataset:262
The latest version data and update data of APHRODITE are released from "http://aphrodite.st.hirosaki-u.ac.jp". : http://aphrodite.st.hirosaki-u.ac.jp
1.Original station data and their location information are not provided because of our agreements with data providers. 2.We release the gridded product at 0.25-degree and 0.5-degree resolution. 3.As a part of our feedback to data providers, we provide the 0.05-degree product for only the corresponding country/area.
The gridded fields of daily precipitation are defined by interpolating gauge observations obtained from meteorological stations throughout the region.
Please refer to
for the details of interpolation algorithm and input data.
Details on quality control method of our product is described in Hamada et al.(2011)
1.APHRODITE products are available to all academic institutions and researchers. No commercial use of the data is allowed.
2.Each user shall sign up with a valid email address so as to be informed of data updates and/or errata.
3.APHRODITE data shall not be redistributed as a whole or in part to the general public through the Internet or other means.
4.Although all reasonable precautions have been taken by the APHRODITE project in preparing the products, in no event shall the APHRODITE project be liable for any loss or damage arising from their use.
5.If you want to release secondary products using APHRODITE data on your website or through other means, you must contact the APHRODITE project for permission.
6.Papers or written scientific works of any form based in whole or in part on APHRODITE data shall contain an acknowledgement of APHRODITE. This can be done by citing an appropriate reference paper or this web site (http://www.chikyu.ac.jp/precip/).
1.If you are going to use APHRODITE data as a benchmark in your project, we encourage you to inform us. We list such groups/projects on our website and exchange information for future improvements.
2.If you publish a paper, please inform us. We will list your paper on our website. (http://www.chikyu.ac.jp/precip/research/index.html)
If there is a conflict between DIAS Terms of Service and data provider's policy, the data provider's policy shall prevail.
Papers or written scientific works of any form based in whole or in part on APHRODITE data shall contain an acknowledgement of APHRODITE. This can be done by citing an appropriate reference paper or APHRODITE web site (http://www.chikyu.ac.jp/precip/).
If you plan to use this dataset for a conference presentation, paper, journal article, or report etc., please include acknowledgments referred to following examples. If the data provider describes examples of acknowledgments, include them as well.
"We used the [name of dataset] provided by [name of data provider] in this study. This dataset was collected and provided under the Data Integration and Analysis System (DIAS, Project No. JPMXD0716808999), which has been developed and operated by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)."
Yatagai, A., K. Kamiguchi, O. Arakawa, A. Hamada, N. Yasutomi and A. Kitoh (2012): APHRODITE: Constructing a Long-term Daily Gridded Precipitation Dataset for Asia based on a Dense Network of Rain Gauges, Bulletin of American Meteorological Society, doi:10.1175/BAMS-D-11-00122.1.
Hamada, A., O. Arakawa and A. Yatagai (2011): An automated quality control method for daily rain-gauge data. Global Environmental Research, V15N2, pp183-192.