PPS's 'ftp://gpmweb2' Service has Been Replaced with 'https://gpmweb2https'

PPS's new 'https://gpmweb2https' service is now accessible to the public and we have modified our website: https://pps.gsfc.nasa.gov/ All the previous links and source material referencing ftp://gpmweb2 have been or will be completely updated to refer to the new 'https://gpmweb2https' address. This effort will allow you to view documents and other content within your browser as you did before. As an example see: https://gpmweb2https.pps.eosdis.nasa.gov/pub/GPMfilespec/filespecMeta.G… PPS will also make 'gpmweb2ftps.pps.eosdis.nasa.gov' ftps service available as an alternative. You can
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Presentations and Posters Monday, November 1st Session 1: Programatics / PMM Business (Chair: A. Hou) 8:00 - 8:30 PMM Science A. Hou Download 8:30 - 8:50 TRMM Science S. Braun Download 8:50 - 9:10 GPM Project A. Azarbazin Download 9:10 - 9:30 PPS E. Stocker Download 9:30 - 9:50 X-Callibration Status T. Wilheit Download 9:50 - 10:10 Working Group Organization G. S.-Jackson Download Session 2: Partner Reports (Chair: C. Kummerow) 10:40 - 11:00 NOAA R. Ferraro Download 11:00 - 11:20 ESA Proposal: Polar Precipitation Mission C. Kidd / P. Joe Not Available 11:20 - 11:50 PPM related activities in
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Presentations Monday, March 18th Session 1: Programmatics (Chair: S. Braun/A. Hou) 8:00 – 8:05 NASA HQ PMM Welcome and Program Status R. Kakar Download 8:05 – 8:25 NASA HQ Perspective J. Kaye Not Available 8:25 – 8:45 NASA PMM Science A. Hou Download 8:45 – 9:05 NASA TRMM Science S. Braun Download 9:05 – 9:25 NASA GPM Project A. Azarbarzin Download 9:25 – 9:45 Precipitation Processing System (PPS) E. Stocker Download 10:15 – 10:35 JAXA TRMM/GPM Program Status R. Oki Download 10:35 – 10:55 JAXA TRMM Science Status Y. Takayabu Download 10:55 – 11:15 JAXA GPM Science Status K. Nakamura Download
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Presentations Monday, November 7th Session 1: Programatics (Chair: R. Kakar) 8:00 - 8:20 NASA HQ PMM Program Status R. Kakar Download 8:20 - 8:40 NASA PMM Science A. Hou Download 8:40 - 9:00 NASA TRMM Science S. Braun Download 9:00 - 9:20 NASA GPM Project A. Azarbarzin Download 9:20 - 9:40 Precipitation Processing System (PPS) E. Stocker Download 9:40 - 9:50 Announcements D. Kirschbaum (Chair: S. Braun) 10:20 - 10:40 JAXA TRMM/GPM Program Status R. Oki Download 10:40 - 11:00 JAXA TRMM Science Status Y. Takayabu Download 11:00 - 11:20 JAXA GPM Science Status K. Nakamura Download 11:20 - 11:40
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Presentations Tuesday, August 5th Session 1: Programmatics (Chair: S. Braun/G. Jackson) 8:00 - 8:05 NASA HQ PMM Welcome and Program Status R. Kakar 8:05 - 8:25 NASA HQ Perspective M. Freilich 8:25 - 8:45 NASA PMM Science G. Jackson 8:45 - 9:05 NASA TRMM Science S. Braun 9:05 - 9:20 NASA GPM Project and GMI Sensor Status A. Azarbarzin 9:20 - 9:40 Precipitation Processing System (PPS) E. Stocker 9:40 - 10:00 GPM’s Application Science and EPO D. Kirschbaum 10:30 - 10:45 JAXA TRMM/GPM Program Status R. Oki 10:45 - 11:00 DPR Sensor Status K. Furukawa 11:00 - 11:15 JAXA TRMM Science Status N

PPS's 'ftp://gpmweb2' Service will be Replaced Soon

Due to recent changes to popular web browsers (i.e. Firefox, Edge, Chrome, etc.) PPS's gpmweb2 FTP content which was viewable with a web browser may no longer display. This content will be moving to an alternate 'HTTPS' service. Consequently, all the old links and source material referencing ftp://gpmweb2 will be updated to refer to 'https://gpmweb2https' once this service is activated for the PPS public website: https://pps.gsfc.nasa.gov These changes and the new 'HTTPS' service are expected to go into effect around or before the next PPS preventive maintenance downtime on Tuesday May 04
World Resources Institute Ethiopia
NASA’s Earth observation data are used in a wide variety of ways to improve life for humans and other animals across the world every day. Our climate is changing, and these changes include differences in temperature and precipitation patterns around the globe. As you might imagine, these changes bring about both anticipated and unanticipated consequences that have a profound impact on people around the world. Many organizations are responding to the amazing yet complicated wealth of data that can be used to successfully monitor many aspects of our global environment. The World Resources
Caribou herd in the Yukon
Climate change increases need for global data The impacts of climate change are already having a profound effect on ecosystems. Changes in temperature and precipitation patterns affect species and communities in diverse ways, such as declines in species and species diversity, changing interactions between species, and modification of ecosystems. Effective ecosystem management is critical to maintaining and repairing the natural environments in order to reliably support human needs while conserving and sustaining ecological services and diversity. Imagine how a scientist studying the movement
Water next to a desert.
So Much Data, So Little Time NASA’s Earth-observing data are used daily in a wide variety of ways to improve life for humans and animals across the planet. Our climate is changing, and these changes are having a profound impact on communities and species in many ways. Changing extremes in precipitation and temperature are leading to a decline in species diversity, modification to ecosystems and animal habitats, as well as changing how some species interact with each other. To address this, many organizations are turning to the amazing yet complex wealth of Earth data, which can be used to
IMERG Precipitation Totals from Eastern Australia, March 16 - 23, 2021
During the week ending on March 23, 2021, two locations in Australia experienced unusually high rainfall totals. According to news reports a persistent system brought flooding rains to Australia's east coast from Brisbane to Sydney and points further south. The preliminary estimate from NASA's multi-satellite global precipitation analysis is that more than 24 inches fell just off the coast of Australia in 7 days with accumulations in coastal areas exceeding 16 inches. Near the Strzelecki Desert in central Australia, a storm system brought 8 inches of precipitation during the same 7-day period. Most of the rain fell during a 3-day period (0000 UTC on 20 March to 2359 UTC on 22 March).