The GEDI team has developed and curated a global field and airborne lidar database to calibrate GEDI’s empirical aboveground biomass algorithms. The publicly-available portion of this database is available on the MAAP, and newly acquired public data will be continually updated. These data are useful for multi-mission biomass calibration and validation activities. So far, the MAAP hosts 25 field datasets and 24 curated coincident lidar datasets (Table 1), which span 4 continents (Figure 1). Through GEDI processing, these datasets have undergone QA/QC activities and have a standardized data and metadata format to promote ease of comparison across locations.