∫dT root mean sq anom ∂_{T} detrendedbfl ∫dX ∫dX detrendedbfl ∂_{Y} [ NOAA NCEP EMC CMB GLOBAL Reyn_SmithOIv1 monthly sst ] : ∂_{T} ∂_{Y} Sea Surface Temperature data
monthly sst sst partial_Y adif int_dX int_dX adif partial_T partial_T
∂_{T} ∂_{Y} Sea Surface Temperature from NOAA NCEP EMC CMB GLOBAL Reyn_SmithOIv1: Sea surface temperature fields blended from ship, buoy and biascorrected satellite data (Reynolds and Smith 1994).
Independent Variables (Grids)
 Time (time)
 grid: /T (months since 19600101) ordered (Dec 1989) to (Nov 1999) by 1.0 N= 120 pts :grid
 Longitude (longitude)
 grid: /X (degree_east) ordered (179.5E) to (179.5W) by 1.0 N= 362 pts :grid
Other Info
 bufferwordsize
 8
 CE
 null
 colorscalename
 sstcolorscale
 CS
 null
 datatype
 doublearraytype
 PLOTCOAST
 1
 units
 0.0174532925199433 degree_Kelvin radian east
 history
 $partialdiff sub T$ detrendedbfl $integral dX$ $integral dX$ detrendedbfl $partialdiff sub Y$ [ NOAA NCEP EMC CMB GLOBAL Reyn_SmithOIv1 monthly sst ]
 Monthly mean sea surface temperature (blended from ship, buoy and biascorrected satellite data).
$integral dT$ root mean sq anom $partialdiff sub T$ detrendedbfl $integral dX$ $integral dX$ detrendedbfl $partialdiff sub Y$ [ NOAA NCEP EMC CMB GLOBAL Reyn_SmithOIv1 monthly sst ]  Averaged over Y[89S, 89N]
References
R. W. Reynolds, T. M. Smith. Improved global sea surface temperature analyses.. J. Climate 7, 1994
Last updated: Mon, 12 Sep 2016 21:13:54 GMT
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.
 Monthly Climatology calculates
a monthly climatology by averaging over all years.
 anomalies calculates the difference
between the (above) monthly climatology and the original data.
 Integrate along X
T
 Differentiate along X
T
 Take differences along X
T
Average over
X
T

X T

RMS (root mean square with mean *not* removed) over
X
T

X T

RMSA (root mean square with mean removed) over
X
T

X T

Maximum over
X
T

X T

Minimum over
X
T

X T

Detrend (bestfitline) over
X
T

X T

Note on units