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Statewide Evapotranspiration Data - (2km Daily)

FileSizeFileSizeFileSizeFileSize
Alachua_20166,412,654Flagler_20163,095,175Lake_20167,680,098Pinellas_20161,699,415
Baker_20164,067,558Franklin_20163,453,638Lee_20165,296,903Polk_201613,176,262
Bay_20164,884,410Gadsden_20163,250,057Leon_20164,781,970Putnam_20165,581,810
Bradford_20161,904,923Gilchrist_20162,119,279Levy_20167,213,457SantaRosa_20166,660,772
Brevard_20166,739,281Glades_20166,585,205Liberty_20165,782,353Sarasota_20163,744,114
Broward_20168,119,784Gulf_20163,811,593Madison_20164,652,583Seminole_20162,138,572
Calhoun_20163,745,912Hamilton_20163,159,156Manatee_20165,137,157StJohns_20164,269,590
Charlotte_20164,579,016Hardee_20164,290,226Marion_201610,940,972StLucie_20164,045,293
Citrus_20164,072,675Hendry_20168,068,759Martin_20164,522,732Sumter_20163,996,311
Clay_20164,220,191Hernando_20162,960,137Monroe_20166,500,986Suwannee_20164,737,152
Collier_201613,295,931Highlands_20167,724,319Nassau_20164,278,366Taylor_20166,872,260
Columbia_20165,041,943Hillsborough_20167,028,943Okaloosa_20166,237,374Union_20161,512,231
Dade_201613,269,070Holmes_20163,039,802Okeechobee_20166,017,924Volusia_20168,200,274
DeSoto_20164,243,340IndianRiver_20163,094,198Orange_20166,607,163Wakulla_20164,093,822
Dixie_20164,600,821Jackson_20166,180,173Osceola_201610,313,256Walton_20166,811,257
Duval_20165,627,581Jefferson_20164,040,008PalmBeach_201614,322,146Washington_20164,097,488
Escambia_20164,435,212Lafayette_20163,283,216Pasco_20165,006,794Florida_2016376,950,271

The above files are compressed, tab-delimited tables of numeric data that are generally software independent.
Tab-delimited data can be imported into a variety of GIS, database or spreadsheet software packages.

Each compressed County archive file contains one data file having tab delimited columns of data, which include the following fields:


Column Definition
------- ---------------------------------------------------------
1Date of data representation (Year Month Day as yyyymmdd)
2Latitude of Pixel value (Decimal degrees)
3Longitude of Pixel value (Decimal degrees)
4Pixel ID number
5Potential ET(mm/day)
6Reference ET(mm/day)
7Solar Radiation - Daily Insolation (MegaJoules/sq meter/day)
8Maximum Relative Humidity for day (%)
9Minimum Relative Humidity for day (%)
10Maximum Temperature for day (C)
11Minimum Temperature for day (C)
12Wind Speed (meters/second)
Notes concerning the current data sets:
Missing values are represented by the number -9999.900.

Daily data quality codes for January 1 through December 31

Daily Quality CodesSize
Quality_Codes_2016905

Each compressed Daily Quality Code file contains one data file having tab delimited columns of data, which include the following fields:

ColumnDefinition
------------------------------------------------
1Date (Year Month Day as yyyymmdd))
2Quality Code (A value of 1, 2, 3, or 4)
Based on the quality of Solar data for that day
( 1 = Good quality, 2 = Usable data, 3 = Uncertain or unverifiable quality, 4 = Unusable or missing)


Information regarding the methodology used in the ET computations are detailed in the InTechWeb Report:
Use of Visible Geostationary Operational Meteorological Satellite Imagery in Mapping Reference and Potential Evapotranspiration over Florida

Metadata file describing this year's GOES ET process (XML format): GOES_ET_metadata_2016

Can't open xml files? See wiki How to open XML.


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