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How does Daymet data handle leap years?
Posted by Jim Lay, Last modified by Tammy Walker on 13 June 2018 08:30 AM

The Daymet calendar is based on a standard calendar year. All Daymet years have 1 - 365 days, including leap years. For leap years, the Daymet dataset includes leap day. Values for December 31 are discarded from leap years to maintain a 365-day year.

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