We delivered several rainfall products obtained from satellite soil moisture data through the SM2RAIN algorithm (Brocca et al., 2014). The first rainfall datasets had daily temporal resolution, 1-degree spatial resolution and are available for the period 2007-2012 (Brocca et al., 2014). The more recent datasets have improved spatial-temporal resolution, all datasets are freely available and can be downloaded by clicking on the link(s) below.
The latest SM2RAIN-ASCAT rainfall dataset is now FREELY available here
Time coverage: 2007-2018. Spatial\temporal resolution: 12.5 km\1-day.
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Two GLOBAL SCALE RAINFALL PRODUCTS obtained through ASCAT and ESA CCI soil moisture products are also available:
- SM2RAIN-ASCAT: 0.5 degree/1-day spatial-temporal resolution available from January 2007 to June 2015, 8.5 years (Brocca et al., 2017) Click here for the direct download of the dataset
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- SM2RAIN-CCI: 0.25 degree/1-day spatial-temporal resolution, available from January 1998 to December 2015, 18 years (Ciabatta et al., 2018) Click here for the direct download of the dataset
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We also delivered two regional datasets obtained from ASCAT:
- SM2RAIN-ASCAT Europe: 0.25 degree/1-day spatial-temporal resolution, available from January 2007 to December 2015, 9 years (Massari et al., 2018) Click Here for the direct download of the dataset
- SM2RAIN-ASCAT Italy: 12.5 km/1-day spatial-temporal resolution, available from January 2007 to December 2015, 9 years (Chiaravallotti et al., 2018) Click here for the direct download of the dataset
Additional products will be available soon covering a longer time period and exploiting new satellite soil moisture products by SMOS, SMAP, Sentinel-1, and others (e.g., Koster et al., 2016; Román-Cascón et al., 2017; Tarpanelli et al., 2017, SM2RAIN-SCATSAR).