5 edition of Climate Atlas of the Atlantic Ocean Derived From the Comprehensive Ocean Atmosphere Data Set (COADS) (With CD-ROM) found in the catalog.
October 27, 2000
Written in English
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The Simple Ocean Data Assimilation, or SODA, analysis is an ocean reanalysis data set consisting of gridded variables for the global ocean, as well as several derived fields. The goal is to provide an improved estimate of ocean state from those based solely on observations or numerical simulations. The Argo 5-year mean is compared to the World Ocean Atlas, highlighting the middle and high latitudes of the southern hemisphere as a region of strong multi-decadal warming and freshening.
largely to the North Atlantic and to the South Atlantic, respectively. Neither of these REOF patterns shows di-polelike, cross-equatorial, interannual SST variations. The recent analysis of SST and other data derived from the Comprehensive Ocean–Atmosphere Data Set by En-ﬁeld and Mayer () has also conﬁrmed this result. International Comprehensive Ocean-Atmosphere Data Set (ICOADS) Selected Research Bibliography Examples are presented under the following headings of research publications relevant to the use of ICOADS (in some cases pre-dating ICOADS).
In order to enhance data coverage, we also used monthly median SSTs for – from the Comprehensive Ocean‐Atmosphere Data Set (COADS) [Woodruff et al., , ]. (Where there was a choice, we used the “enhanced” version of COADS, which has s.d. trimming and includes data from all in situ platforms, rather than just ships.)Cited by: Its name, which comes from Greek mythology, means the “Sea of Atlas.” Of the world’s oceans, the Atlantic is second in size only to the Pacific Ocean. The Atlantic Ocean is, generally speaking, S-shaped and narrow in relation to its length. It extends from the Arctic Ocean in the north to the Southern Ocean, which.
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The climate atlas presented here is restricted to the Atlantic Ocean. The Atlantic is of special interest for two reasons: The cross-equatorial ocean heat transport is an outstanding climatic feature which contributes to the high sea-surface temperatures in the Northeastern North Atlantic and the mild climate of : Ralf Lindau.
The climate atlas presented here is restricted to the Atlantic Ocean. The Atlantic is of special interest for two reasons: The cross-equatorial ocean heat transport is an outstanding climatic feature which contributes to the high sea-surface temperatures in the Northeastern North Atlantic and the mild climate of Europe.
Climate Atlas of the Atlantic Ocean: Derived from the Comprehensive Ocean Atmosphere Data Set (COADS) Dr. Ralf Lindau (auth.) The growing interest in climate and climatic change has renewed the demand for climate descriptions of the world oceans. Climate Atlas of the Atlantic Ocean Derived from the Comprehensive Ocean Atmospheric Data Set (COADS) The area covered is the Atlantic Ocean, including the South Atlantic.
The book contains plates, 19 figures, and 2 tables pertaining to different aspects of oceanic temperature and atmosphere. Comes with a supplemental CD-ROM. Climate Atlas of the Atlantic Ocean Derived from the Comprehensive Ocean Atmospheric Data Set (COADS) The area covered is the Atlantic Ocean, including the South Atlantic.
The book contains plates, 19 figures, and 2 tables pertaining to different aspects of oceanic temperature and atmosphere. This dataset, the International Comprehensive Ocean-Atmosphere Data Set (ICOADS), is the most widely-used freely available collection of surface marine observations, with over million individual marine reports spanning each containing the observations and metadata reported from a given ship, buoy, coastal platform, or oceanographic instrument, providing data.
Individual ship reports from the Comprehensive Ocean-Atmosphere Data Set (COADS) of the Atlantic Ocean from to are used for this climatological study. Maps of monthly mean distribution are calculated not only for the basic ship observations as wind speed or air pressure but also for the indirectly derived climate variables such as Author: Ralf Lindau.
(NCDC) TDF ship file. In the tropical Atlantic Ocean, a new surface wind and temperature database covering was developed from the same data source by Picaut et al.
() and updated to by Servain and Seva (). The most recent compilation, CO ADS (Comprehensive Ocean-Atmosphere Data Set; Woodruff et al. ), provides. The International Comprehensive Ocean-Atmosphere Data Set (ICOADS) is a global ocean marine meteorological and surface ocean dataset.
It is formed by merging many national and international data sources that contain measurements and visual observations from ships (merchant, navy, research), moored and drifting buoys, coastal stations, and other marine and near-surface ocean Author: Nesdis, United Kingdom, Oar, Triton Office, Oceans, Canada.
Among the greenhouse gases, carbon dioxide (CO 2) contributes the most to the contemporary climate change . Terrestrial ecosystem respiration (R e) is a major source of CO 2 release and the second largest carbon flux between the biosphere and the atmosphere .Cited by: 1.
Northwest Atlantic Regional Climatology The Northwest Atlantic (NWA) plays a crucial role in long-term earth and ocean climate change. The Gulf Stream and North Atlantic Current System are the key elements of northward heat transport and Meridional Overturning Circulation in the Atlantic Ocean.
book reviews Hie Bunker Climate Atlas of the North Atlantic Ocean, Volume 1: Ob-servations. Hans-Jor Isemeg anr Lutd Hassez pp5. $ Hardbound Springer-Verlag. This attractiv ane d usefu atlal s is composed of 16 pages of text 1, 8 pages of graphs, and full-pag e maps, with a page size of 24 X 31 cm.
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The International Comprehensive Ocean-Atmosphere Data Set (ICOADS) is a digital database of million weather observations made by ships, weather ships, and weather buoys spanning the years to The database was initially constructed in and continues to be expanded upon and updated on a regular basis.
Recently, Huang et al. () have conducted a numerical experiment using a regionally coupled ocean–atmosphere general circulation model (CGCM), in which the ocean and the atmosphere is coupled only within the Atlantic Ocean.
With climatological conditions prescribed in the uncoupled regions, one major potential remote forcing of the Cited by: To show more clearly the relative roles of the atmosphere and ocean transports. Fig. 7 presents the required transport RT, as in Fig. 2, along with the adjusted derived ocean transport OT from the NCEP reanalyses and the atmospheric transport AT as their latter can be compared with the raw estimates given in Fig.
2, and the differences are − PW Cited by: The sea surface height relative to the geoid (the mean ocean surface of the Earth if the ocean is at rest) is derived from TOPEX/Poseidon, Envisat, Jason-1, and OSTM/Jason-2 altimetry measurements. Altimetry is a technique for measuring height.
Satellite altimetry measures the time taken by a radar. ICOADS (International Comprehensive Ocean-Atmosphere Data Set) is the most comprehensive archive of global marine surface climate observations available.
Variables include SST, SLP, air temperature, wind speed, cloud amount, and others. There is no processing beyond initial quality control. ICOADS. This climate atlas of the Atlantic Ocean covers: data and data treatment; derivation of air sea fluxes by parameterizations; and net air-sea heat flux and meridional heat transport.
- High resolution (1/4 degree) Temperature and Salinity Analyses of the World's Oceans. #N#WORLD OCEAN ATLAS - Yearly and Pentadal Anomalies from WOA98 Online Data. - Interannual Standard Deviation of Seasonal Temperature Anomaly Fields - pdf ( MB) - Blended In Situ-CZCS Chlorophyll Data Set Online Data.
#N#WORLD OCEAN ATLAS. Probability Distribution Characteristics for Surface Air–Sea Turbulent Heat Fluxes over the Global Ocean because these events are poorly captured by the VOS observations from the International Comprehensive Ocean–Atmosphere Data Set (ICOADS Effects on wind statistics and climatological air–sea flux estimates in the North Atlantic Cited by: Climate in the tropical North Atlantic is controlled largely by variations in the strength of the trade winds, the position of the Intertropical Convergence Zone, and sea surface temperatures.
A high-resolution study of Caribbean sediments provides a subdecadally resolved record of tropical upwelling and trade wind variability spanning the past years. These Cited by: Get this from a library! Climate atlas of the Atlantic Ocean: derived from the Comprehensive Ocean Atmosphere Data Set (COADS).
[Ralf Lindau; Hans-Jörg Isemer] -- "The growing interest in climate and climatic change has renewed the demand for climate descriptions of the world oceans. Fields of climate variables are used as boundary conditions, or sea truth.