2 edition of monthly averaged climatology of sea surface temperature found in the catalog.
monthly averaged climatology of sea surface temperature
Richard W Reynolds
by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Weather Service in Silver Spring, Md
Written in English
|Statement||Richard W. Reynolds|
|Series||NOAA technical report NWS -- 31|
|Contributions||United States. National Weather Service|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 35 p. :|
|Number of Pages||35|
Recent Subsurface Temperature. Pacific Ocean m depth-averaged Temperature (Degree C) Pacific Ocean Equatorial Cross Section (Degree C) Global Ocean m depth-averaged Temperature (Degree C) Global Ocean m depth-averaged Temperature (Degree C) Depth of 20 deg C isotherm (metres) Sequences of Subsurface Temperature. 4-month sequence of. The July globally averaged sea surface temperature was °F above the 20th century monthly average of °F – tying with as the sixth highest global ocean temperature for July in the record. July Sea Ice.
The March globally averaged sea surface temperature was °F above the 20th century monthly average of °F — also the second highest global ocean temperature for March in the record, behind (+°F). Sea Ice and Snow Cover. The monthly climatology for the period – of the average SST in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, measured from AVHRR remote sensing, was shown to coincide remarkably well with the monthly air temperature climatology occurring a half-month earlier. This indicates a relative agreement that can be exploited for climate change issues.
Abstract. The statistics of sea-surface fronts detected with the automated histogram method were studied in the California Current using sea-surface temperature (SST) and chlorophyll-a concentration (Chl) images from various satellite maps of fronts were averaged into monthly composites of front frequency (FF) spanning 29 years (–) for SST and 14 years (–) for. Monthly means in 1-degree lat/lon squares of sea surface temperature and anomalies are posted on PFEL's Live Access Server and as monthly anomaly maps a few days after the first of every month. They were computed from GTS surface observations received twice a day by ERD from FNMOC (Fleet Numerical Meteorology and Oceanography Center).
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Monthly averaged climatology of sea surface temperature. Silver Spring, Md.: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Weather Service,  (OCoLC) Monthly Climatological Sea Surface Temperature. This map shows an animation of monthly climatological sea surface temperature (in °C) through the course of the year based on Reynolds and Smith OISST Version 2 data using the base period.
A new global 2°×2° monthly sea surface temperature (SST) climatology, primarily derived from a –based SST climatology from the Climate Analysis Center (CAC), is presented and described. The CAC climatology has been modified by using data from the Comprehensive Ocean-Atmosphere Data Set to improve the SST estimates in the regions of the Cited by: During Marchabove-average sea surface temperatures (SSTs) were observed across most of the tropical Pacific Ocean (Fig.
The latest weekly Niño and Niño-3 indices were slightly elevated (+°C), while the Niño-4 and Niño-1+2 index values were +°C and +°C, respectively (Fig. NOAA NCEP EMC CMB GLOBAL Reyn_SmithOIv2 monthly sst climatology: Sea Surface Temperature data monthly sst Sea Surface Temperature from NOAA NCEP EMC CMB GLOBAL Reyn_SmithOIv2: SST fields updated from version 1 with more COADS data, new sea-ice to SST conversion algorithm, and climatology.
The AOI SST climatology is an optimum interpolation analysis of sea surface temperature with an adjusted base period of toon a global 1 degree by 1 degree by 1 month grid. For further information, see: Smith, T. and R. Reynolds, A high resolution global sea surface temperature climatology for the base period.
First, the monthly-averaged sea-surface temperature and chlorophyll concentration remote sensing data sets from to are generated. Second, the climatology distributions of the sea-surface temperature and chlorophyll concentration in the East China Seas are analyzed both for the seasonal cycle and monthly cycle, and the results show.
Sea surface temperature (SST) variability is often described as anomalies or departures from normal. If this is not done, the signals of interest may be obscured by the wide ocean temperature range from tropical (>30°C) to polar regions.
Based on the historical record, increases in sea surface temperature have largely occurred over two key periods: between andand from about to the present. Sea surface temperature appears to have cooled between and (see Figure 1).
Changes in sea surface temperature. Anomalies: Mean temperature (°C) averaged over a specified mean period and time interval relative to a given base period. Trends: Temperature change (°C) of a specified mean period over a specified time interval based on local linear trends.
Mean period: Any monthly, seasonal (3 month or 6 month) or annual mean. Color enhanced versions of Sea Surface Temperatures from GOES Imager. The GOES and 12 imagers observe both northern and southern hemisphere every half an hour. These 5-band (,12 or micron) and 4-band (, or micron) images are processed to retrieve SST retrievals at 4-km resolution.
This data set consists of monthly averaged precipitation rate values (mm/day). The data range is approximately 0 to 70mm/day. Reynolds, R. W., A real-time global sea surface temperature analysis. Climate, 1, Spencer, R.
W., Global oceanic precipitation from the MSU during and comparisons to other climatologies. US Department of Commerce, NOAA, Physical Sciences Laboratory. PSL Map Room - Sea Surface Temperature (SST) Plots created from daily, weekly, and monthly NOAA Optimum Interpolation (OI) Version 2 SST data.
No land or ocean areas had record cold April temperatures. Averaged as a whole, the global land and ocean surface temperature for April was °C (°F) above the 20th century average of °C (°F) and the second highest April temperature in the year record.
Only April was warmer at +°C (+°F). Oceans play a key role in energy storage in the global Earth–Ocean–Atmosphere system. Within this framework, the knowledge of past evolution and future trends of sea surface temperature is crucial for the future climate scenarios.
Previous studies have highlighted the role of sea surface temperature as an important ingredient for the development and/or intensification of heavy. The paper presents a new global 2 deg x 2 deg monthly sea surface temperature (SST) climatology, referred here to as the Shea-Trenberth-Reynolds (STR) climatology, which was derived by modifying a based SST climatology from the Climate Analysis Center (CAC), by using data from the Comprehensive Ocean-Atmosphere Data Set to improve the SST estimates in the regions of the.
Sea surface temperature is the temperature of the top millimeter of the ocean's surface. The average sea surface temperatures over a long period of time are called a sea surface temperature "climatology." An area's climatology acts a baseline for deciding whether and how much the climate.
Sea Surface Density, Brightness Temperature, and Soil Moisture Aquarius Density These monthly maps are derived from Aquarius sea surface salinity and ancillary sea surface temperature using TEOS equation of state (47 images).
Projections of the response of surface temperature, sea ice, and ocean acidity to these climate-forcing scenarios are described. The observed changes in sea ice during the satellite era are discussed, as are global sea level changes since MODIS data have been used extensively outside the UHI field.
Other surface measurements include observing the impacts of agriculture on rural surface temperatures in North America (Ge, ) and measuring water temperature and heat flux over a hydroelectric reservoir in Brazil (Alcântara et al., ).
Running twelve-month averages of global-mean and European-mean surface air temperature anomalies relative tobased on monthly values from January to April The darker coloured bars are the averages for each of the calendar years from to Data source: ERA5.
Credit: Copernicus Climate Change Service/ECMWF.Analysis on monthly-averaged distribution of sea surface wind and wave over the seas southeast of Asia using ERS-2 scatterometer data Article in Chinese Journal of Oceanology and Limnology 24(1.
The July globally averaged sea surface temperature was °F above the 20th century monthly average of °F and the highest global sea surface temperature for July on record. Compared to all months, this value tied with September as the sixth highest monthly global ocean temperature departure from average among all months (1,