The product is calculated by All IR Band . Area average of clear-sky brightness temperatures, where area is 16 x 16 pixel segment of satellite image. These contain the information of earth surface temperature and tropospheric water vapor amount. The dataset is provided in BUFR.
AMV is a product derived by tracing the movement of individual cloud patterns in successive Himawari images. The product includes information on wind speed and direction. The dataset is provided in BUFR.
JPEG imagery by Himawari-8/9. The bands are as follows: Bnad 3 (0.64 micrometer), Band 7 (3.9 micrometer), Band 8 (6.2 micrometer), Band 13 (10.4 micrometer), Band 15 (12.4 micrometer). See the Guide (http://www.jma.go.jp/jma/jma-eng/satellite/nmhs/guide_JDDS.pdf) The dataset is provided in JPEG.
Advanced TIROS Operational Vertical Sounder data by NOAA(Polar-Orbiting satellite) The dataset is provided in BUFR.
The Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) conducted the second Japanese global atmospheric reanalysis, called the Japanese 55-year Reanalysis or JRA-55, to produce a comprehensive atmospheric dataset suitable for studying multidecadal variability and climate change. The data cover the period from 1958, when regular radiosonde observations began on a global basis. JRA-55 is the first comprehensive reanalysis to apply four-dimensional variational analysis to the last half-century. JRA-55 has been produced with the TL319 version of JMA’s operational data assimilation system as of December 2009, which was extensively improved since the Japanese 25-year Reanalysis (JRA-25). It also uses several newly available and improved past observations. The resulting reanalysis products are considerably better than the JRA-25 product. Two major problems of JRA-25 were a cold bias in the lower stratosphere, which has been diminished, and a dry bias in the Amazon basin, which has been mitigated. The temporal consistency of temperature analysis has also been considerably improved compared to previous reanalysis products. JMA continues the production of JRA-55 dataset on a near-real-time basis with the data assimilation system used for this dataset. The dataset is provided in GRIB.
IR1 (10.3-11.3 micrometer) imagery by MTSAT-2/1R. See the Guide (http://www.jma.go.jp/jma/jma-eng/satellite/nmhs/guide_JDDS.pdf) The dataset is provided in HRIT.
VIS (0.55-0.90 micrometer) imagery by MTSAT-2/1R. See the Guide (http://www.jma.go.jp/jma/jma-eng/satellite/nmhs/guide_JDDS.pdf) The dataset is provided in HRIT.
MTSAT-2/1R's JPEG images and animation over Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Papua New Guinea and Timor-Leste. The bands are as follows: IR1 (10.3-11.3 micrometer), IR3 (6.5-7.0 micrometer), IR4 (3.5-4.0 micrometer) and VIS (0.55-0.9 micrometer). The dataset is provided in JPEG.
Figures and description about annual climatic conditions of Japan and the world, and recent trends in greenhouse gas concentrations and ozone layer depletion The dataset is provided in document.
Vertical Wind Shear of initial fields of the JMA’s global model The dataset is provided in PNG.