Where can I find gridded Current Global Climate Datasets (Mean Temperature and Precipitation) at 30 second resolution?


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I think that http://www.worldclim.org should do the trick as they offer datasets in different resolutions including 30 sec.

  • Thanks zankuralt. But the worldclim has the baseline Datasets corresponding only upto 2000. Whether will I get data upto 2010.
    – user74088
    May 28, 2016 at 5:44
  • Did you check this link?
    – zankuralt
    May 28, 2016 at 9:01

for the land-masses you can find the data here: http://climate.geog.udel.edu/~climate/html_pages/download.html http://climate.geog.udel.edu/~climate/html_pages/download.html#T2014 gives you gridded monthly Air Temp for the years 1900 to 2014 and http://climate.geog.udel.edu/~climate/html_pages/download.html#P2014 gives you gridded monthly Precipitation for the years 1900 to 2014 the format is good documentated and you can easily construct different normal-climate-periods e.g. 1981 -2010, 1931 - 1960 ...


Global Solar Atlas features with global raster dataset of long-term average of air temperature, 30 arcsec, currently calculated for a period 1994-2015. Data source are CFSR and CFSv2 data from NOAA, postprocessed by Solargis. All metadata is included, follow:

Precipitation - very reasonable quality raster data is provided by DWD within a GPCC (Global Precipitation Climatology Centre) project. Monthly, daily and various aggregations available. However, the resolution is coarser (check the latest release of data). Follow

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