T T max min [ NOAA NCDC OISST version2 AVHRR sst ] : T T Daily sea surface temperature data

OISST version2 AVHRR sst sst sst min max partial_T T T Daily sea surface temperature from NOAA NCDC: National Climatic Data Center.

Independent Variables (Grids)

Time (time)
grid: /T (days since 1978-01-01 12:00:00) ordered (21 Sep 1981) to (30 Aug 2019) by 1.0 N= 13858 pts :grid
zlev
grid: /zlev (meters) ordered [ (0.0)] :grid

Other Info

datatype
realarraytype
iridl:hasSemantics
iridl:SeaSurfaceTemperature
missing_value
NaN
pointwidth
1.0
units
1.33959190672154×10-10 degree_Kelvin second-2
history
$partialdiff sub T$ $partialdiff sub T$ max min [ NOAA NCDC OISST version2 AVHRR sst ]
min over lon[0.125E, 0.125W]
max over lat[89.625S, 89.625N]

References

Cavalieri D., C. Parkinson, P. Gloerson, and H.J. Zwally. 1997, updated 2005. Sea ice concentrations from Nimbus-7 SMMR and DMSP SSM/I passive microwave data, June to September 2001. Boulder, CO, USA.

Grumbine, R. W., 1996: Automated passive microwave sea ice concentration analysis at NCEP, 13pp. Unpublished manuscript available from NCEP/NWS/NOAA, 5200 Auth Road, Camp Springs, MD, 20746, USA.

May, D.A., M. M. Parmeter, D. S. Olszewski and B. D. McKenzie, 1998: Operational processing of satellite sea surface temperature retrievals at the Naval Oceanographic Office, Bull. Amer. Met. Soc., 79, 397-407.

Reynolds, R.W., T.M. Smith, C. Liu, D. B. Chelton, K. S. Casey AND M. G. Schlax, 2007:Daily High-Resolution-Blended analyses for sea surface temperature. J. Climate, 20, 5473-5496.

Last updated: Sun, 15 Sep 2019 20:15:05 GMT
Expires: Sun, 01 Sep 2019 00:00:00 GMT

Data Views

Tzlev
[ zlev | T]MM


Filters

Here are some filters that are useful for manipulating data. There are actually many more available, but they have to be entered manually. See Ingrid Function Documentation for more information. Average over T |
RMS (root mean square with mean *not* removed) over T |
RMSA (root mean square with mean removed) over T |
Maximum over T |
Minimum over T |
Detrend (best-fit-line) over T |
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