min max ∫dX Z ∫dT [ UMD Carton goa beta7 t ] : Z temperature data

t int_dT partial_Z int_dX max Z temperature from UMD Carton goa beta7: beta7 run with 16 level data assimilation (altimetry 14 level), 50-2000.

Independent Variables (Grids)

Longitude (longitude)
grid: /X (degree_east) ordered (0) to (0) by 1.0 N= 361 pts :grid
Latitude (latitude)
grid: /Y (degree_north) ordered [ (59.99S) (58.97S) (57.9501S) ... (59.99N)] N= 128 pts :grid

Other Info

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null
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-9.98999971E33
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187799544
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NaN
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1.0
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time
units
0.00145444104332861 degree_Kelvin meter-1 radian east year
history
max $integral dX$ $partialdiff sub Z$ $integral dT$ [ UMD Carton goa beta7 t ] 15.0 m
beta7 run with 16 level data assimilation (altimetry 14 level), 50-2000
max over T[0000 1 Jan 1950, 0000 1 Jan 2002]

min max $integral dX$ $partialdiff sub Z$ $integral dT$ [ UMD Carton goa beta7 t ]
min over Z[3254.05 m, 15.0 m]

References

Carton, J.A., G. Chepurin, X. Cao, and B.S. Giese, 2000a: A Simple Ocean Data Assimilation analysis of the global upper ocean 1950-1995, Part 1: methodology, J. Phys. Oceanogr., 30, 294-309.

Carton, J.A., G. Chepurin, and X. Cao, 2000b: A Simple Ocean Data Assimilation analysis of the global upper ocean 1950-1995 Part 2: results, J. Phys. Oceanogr., 30, 311-326

Last updated: Thu, 23 Jan 2003 21:17:59 GMT

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