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Seasonal Surface Soil Moisture Trends
This figure appears in chapter 3 of the Climate Change Impacts in the United States: The Third National Climate Assessment report.
Changes in seasonal surface soil moisture per year over the period 1988 to 2010 based on multi-satellite datasets.dcbcf1b2-fd1f-4565-a914-a045d60fe10f Seasonal drying is observed in central and lower Midwest and Southeast for most seasons (with the exception of the Southeast summer), and in most of the Southwest and West (with the exception of the Northwest) for spring and summer. Soil moisture in the upper Midwest, Northwest, and most of the Northeast is increasing in most seasons. (Images provided by W. Dorigo.)
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This figure was created on November 01, 2013.
ProvenanceThis figure was derived from Evaluating global trends (1988-2010) in harmonized multi-satellite surface soil moisture using the activity nca3-seasonal-surface-soil-moisture-trends-activity-1
This figure was derived from dataset Soil Moisture Microwave using the activity nca3-seasonal-surface-soil-moisture-trends-activity-2
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