## max *∂*_{T} min [ *∫dT* ( Morliere taux ) anomalies ] : *∂*_{T} zonal wind stress data

taux int_dT int_dT min partial_T

*∂*_{T} zonal wind stress from Morliere: Zonal and meridional wind stress data for the Atlantic and Eastern Pacific Oceans from Alain Morliere\'s model.

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### Independent Variables (Grids)

### Other Info

*CE*- null
*CS*- null
*datatype*- realarraytype
*units*- dynes /cm
^{2} *standard units**- 0.1 kilogram meter
^{-1} second^{-2} *history* - $integral dT$ [ Morliere taux ]

Wind stresses from Alain Morliere's model.

- $integral dT$ [ Morliere taux ] climatology
- Wind stresses from Alain Morliere's model.

Averaged over T2[16 Dec 1980 - 15 Dec 1981, 16 Dec 1988 - 15 Dec 1989]

$partialdiff sub T$ min [ $integral dT$ ( Morliere taux ) anomalies ] Jan 1990- min over X[101W, 21E]

max $partialdiff sub T$ min [ $integral dT$ ( Morliere taux ) anomalies ] - max over Y[35S, 57N] T[Jan 1981, Jan 1990]

Last updated: *Wed, 13 Feb 2019 20:27:28 GMT*

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