Archive for the ‘ERSST’ Category

SST Regions: Tropical West Pacific, 23N-23S, 120E-180E

2011 March 9 Comments off
Next up is the Tropical West Pacific as defined by a bounding box 23N-23S, 120E-180E. There are some issues cropping HadSST2. I noticed it in the NW Pacific as well, but thought it was related to the fact that what should have been the upper row was all ‘NA.’ Gonna have to crack the raster ‘crop’ code open. However, I doubt that a row more or less on the boundaries will materially affect the results.

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SST Regions: NorthEast Pacific 23N-65N, 120E-180E

2011 March 8 Comments off
Next up is the NorthEast Pacific as defined by a bounding box 23N-65N, 100W-180W. Over the weekend, there were some modifications to my first presentation. Inverted the x-axis on the Fourier chart. Formatted the freq text on Fourier chart. Created a preset color scale for the maps. Colors and cuts from HadSST2 map. I also saved off the ERSST annual raster so that I don’t have to recalculate it for each run.

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SST Regions: NorthWest Pacific 23N-65N, 120E-180E

2011 March 3 Comments off
I extend the previous work on global and hemispheric fourier analysis with HadSST2 and ERSSTv3b into regional analysis. First up is the NorthWest Pacific as defined by a bounding box 23N-65N, 120E-180E.

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ERSSTv3b: Global Frequency Analysis

2011 March 1 Comments off

Here we use the same frequency analysis tools used for HadSST2 to look at ERSSTv3b.

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Lines, Sines, and Curve Fittings 17 – More Morlets

2011 February 22 4 comments

Natural Variability 1 – One World, Two Cuts

2011 February 15 2 comments

This is a sparse post. It just a test spin on my way to looking for regional trends. Lots of tables, little code.

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trb-0.10: GSOD debut

2010 July 26 4 comments


Fairly minor changes, but I check out the GSOD data set, as well as adding some more raster plotting pieces.

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trb-0.09: Planet Ocean

2010 July 25 3 comments


How inappropriate to call this planet Earth when it is quite clearly Ocean.
-Arthur C. Clarke

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