served from IRI/LDEO Climate Data Library

*Time*(time)- grid: /T (months since 1960-01-01) ordered (Oct 1960) to (Aug 1961) by 1.0 N= 11 pts :grid
*Longitude*(longitude)- grid: /X (degree_east) ordered (2E) to (2W) by 4.0 N= 90 pts :grid
*Latitude*(latitude)- grid: /Y (degree_north) ordered (61S) to (61N) by 1.0 N= 123 pts :grid

*CE*- null
*CS*- null
*datatype*- realarraytype
*missing_value*- NaN
*units*- 1.33620152310017×10
^{-07}meter radian^{4}east year^{-2} *history*- detrended-bfl [ IGOSS TOPEX NOAA ssha ]
- Monthly mean sea surface height anomaly.
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$integral dX$ $partialdiff sub T$ $partialdiff sub T$ $partialdiff sub X$ $integral dT$ $integral dX$ $integral dY$ $integral dY$ $integral dY$ detrended-bfl $partialdiff sub T$ $integral dT$ $partialdiff sub T$ [ detrended-bfl ( IGOSS TOPEX NOAA ssha ) climatology ]- Averaged over T2[Oct 1992 - Sep 1993, Oct 2000 - Sep 2001] minimum 0.0% data present

- Monthly mean sea surface height anomaly.

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

- 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 Y T
- Differentiate along X Y T
- Take differences along X Y T

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

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

Maximum over X Y T | X Y X T Y T | X Y T |

Minimum over X Y T | X Y X T Y T | X Y T |

Detrend (best-fit-line) over X Y T | X Y X T Y T | X Y T |

Note on units