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    With SST anomalies (seasonal deviations) decomposed into the Complex EOFs for 1950-1980, the anomaly waves are detected moving in the extratropical North Pacific as response patterns corresponding particularly to El Nino signal propagation in the northeast and central Pacific. The northwest Pacific mode points to the local Kuroshio/Oyashio frontal area characterized by the intensive ocean/atmosphere interaction. The moving wave patterns are emphasized for specific winter season as opposed to the "round-year" seasonal anomalies represented by both moving and standing waves.

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    Parameter SST plus sea temperature at 10 depths from 0 to 100 meters Measurement Details Met. data from Minimet buoy. Sea temperature at surface plus 10 depths to 100 meters. Accuracy ~0.1 deg C. Geographic Area Prince William Sound - 60 deg 36.3 min N ; 147 deg 12.2 min W Data Distribution contact custodian Other Comments buoy is removed for the months of January and February. Detailed URLs is: http://murre.ims.alaska.edu:8000/~eslinger/CLAB/clab.html Base Internet/URL ( http://murre.ims.alaska.edur:8000/~eslinger ) ( http://murre.ims.alaska.edu:8000/~eslinger/CLAB/clab.html ) [ A TCODE project ]

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    This data set contains a year's worth of SST's from the Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer (AVHRR).The Office of Satellite Data Processing and Distribution keeps this data for a year, then sends it to the National Climatic Data Center for archiving.

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    This data set contains SST observations from the AVHRR and exist in an 8-day rotating file. The file is organized in 5 by 5 degree lat/lon blocks and further in 1 by 1 degree subblocks.The Office of Satellite Data Processing and Distribution keeps this data for a year, then sends it to the National Climatic Data Center for archiving.

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    Custodian Scripps Institute of Oceanography - Marine Life Research group Measurement Details measurement details are provided at the web site. Daily and monthly means are available, along with plots (measurements and anomalies) Geographic Area Southern California to Neah Bay (Juan de Fuca Strait) IOSPBS Data Distribution "These data are available on-line at http://www-mlrg.ucsd.edu/shoresta.html. There is a link to this web site on the IOS/OSAP ""lighthouse"" web page." PSARC_Utility "These data can be used to extend the B.C. ""lighthouse"" data over a wider area" Improvements no improvements required. Base Internet/URL http://www-mlrg.ucsd.edu/shoresta.html [ A TCODE project ]

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    Parameter SST, Air Temperature Measurement Details Daily observations at 10:00 A.M were carried out for surface temperature, air temperature and other meteorological factors at 40 fixed stations (at lighthouse) in Korean coastal waters. The observation starting years are different along to the stations. Recently, there are some stations in which the observation were stopped by the change over the self-operating lighthouse. Geographic Area Korean coastal waters Base Internet/URL ( http://www.nfrda.re.kr/kodc/data/data_e.html ) ( http://www.nfrda.re.kr/kodc/data/codata/index.html ) [ A TCODE project ]

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    Measurement Details This data set is produced by taking the MOHSST5 version of the GOSTA data set from the U.K. MET office as the input SST data set to various processing steps. These steps include EOF projection, Optimal Interpolation (OI), Kalman Filter (KF) forecast, KF analysis, and an Optimal Smoother (OS). Thus these techniques fill in any missing data using both spatial patterns derived from the data that exists together with time interpolation. The data set is stored on a 5x5 grid and consists of monthly mean anomalies from 1856-1991. Anomalies are based on the 1951-1980 time period. Here is a complete description of the data set from the originators (http://ingrid.ldgo.columbia.edu/SOURCES/.KAPLAN/.RSA_MOHSST5.html). Other Comments "Original Source: Alexey Kaplan, Yochanan Kushnir, Mark A. Cane, and M. Benno Blumenthal Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University Palisades, NY 10964" Base Internet/URL ( http://www.cdc.noaa.gov/ ) ( http://www.cdc.noaa.gov/cdc/data.kaplan_sst.html ) [ A TCODE project ]

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    This SST field file consists of a specific set of information pertaining to global latitude and longitude intersections. The 0.5-degree resolution file, or 50-km field file covers 3 regions: 1) 5N-53N, 100W-52W; 2) 15N-63N, 145W-97W; and 3) 15N-63N, 170E-142W; 4) 35N-20S, 150W-70W; and 5) 20N-35S, 155E-145W.The 50-km SST field file is stored on disk as a direct access file accessed by the Direct Access I/O (DAIO) subroutine package. It consists of one documentation record (record number one of each file), followed by one record for each latitude or row of the field. Each row consists of one seven-word (28 bytes) unit of information for each longitude of column forming a grid intersection plus one seven-word unit containing the row number identification and the date and time of the last analysis made for the field. The documentation record is created from a namelist data set and displayed in a namelist format, although it is stored as a binary DAIO record. Since the documentation record required 632 bytes, the minimum SST field record size is 632 bytes. The maximum record size currently provided for is 10,108 bytes, which is the 100-km field record size.The Office of Satellite Data Processing and Distribution keeps this data for a month, then it is sent to the National Climatic Data Center for archiving.

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    This data set contains a year's worth of SST's from Ships.The Office of Satellite Data Processing and Distribution keeps this data for a year, then sends it to the National Climatic Data Center for archiving.

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    This 500-km SST field accumulation file consists of an archive of the 500-km SST fields. The number of fields archived at any one time depends on the size of the data set and is given in the directory. The first record is a directory record which points the user to the position of the first record for each field archived. A pointer to the latest field entered in the file is also provided. The user must check each field to find the field for the time period of interest. Record 2 is the first field in the accumulation file.The Office of Satellite Data Processing and Distribution keeps this data for a month, then sends it to the National Climatic Data Center for archiving.