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22 Years of Sea Surface Temperatures
 
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The NOAA polar-orbiting satellites (POES) have been collecting sea surface temperature data for over 22 years. This animation is a compilation of that data from January 1985 - January 2007. Of note are the changes in the Gulf Stream, El Nino and La Nina cycles in the Pacific, and the seansonal changes in sea ice cover.
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RipCharts Sea Surface Temperature Tutorial
 
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Discussion of sea temps, ssts, and temp breaks. How best to use sea temp data to locate fish offshore.
Views: 12127 idletime2
Sea Surface Temperature 2018 October 01 Global Map SST
 
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Global sea surface temperatures for 2018 through October 01. Colors and speed adjusted for clarity, looped 3 times.
Views: 24 Transferrins
17: Sea Surface Temperature
 
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One of the amazing properties of water on Earth is that water has the highest heat capacity of just about any natural substance known. It takes months for the Atlantic waters to absorb the intense tropical sunlight, but during the process an amazing amount of energy is stored in the water. This energy makes its way into tropical storm clouds when water evaporates from the ocean surface. Water molecules are in essence "mobile solar collectors" that transfer the ocean's energy into clouds, where the energy can then power a hurricane.
Views: 1099 NASA Video
Hilton's Sea Surface Temperature Tutorial
 
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This video shows how www.Realtime-Navigator.com provides the very best tools to analyze, customize, and utilize the sea surface temperature imageries.
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Sea-surface temperature anomalies - 1 Jan 2018 to 27 Nov 2018
 
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This shows sea-surface temperature (SST) anomalies - that is the difference from the 1981-2010 average - for 2018 up to 27 November. You can see (among many other things): The transition from La Nina through neutral conditions to the possible early stages of a late-in-the-year El Nino. The marine heatwave in the Tasman Sea and around New Zealand early in the year. The intense warming of surface waters associated with the heatwaves over Europe and Japan during the spring and summer. The development of a "tripole" cold-warm-cold pattern in the North Atlantic. The return of the warm blob in the northeast Pacific. Higher-than-average SST in the Arctic where sea-ice extent has been below average. And much much more... Data are from the OSTIA data set Animation rendered and composited in IDL and Blender
Views: 22 BoggisMakesVideos
Sea Surface Temperature 2018 September 26 SST Speed Slowed Global Map
 
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Sea Surface Temperatures from January 01 to September 26 2018. Speed slowed in September to show water cooled from Hurricane Florence in the Atlantic and Typhoons Jebi and Mangkhut in the Pacific. Color and brightness adjusted to better separate 0°C(32°F)[purple] and 22°C(~72°F)[green] from surroundings. Source: NOAA OceanWatch https://coastwatch.noaa.gov/cw_html/NearRealTimeSearch.html
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Sea-surface temperature anomalies 2018
 
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This shows sea-surface temperature (SST) anomalies - that is the difference from the 1981-2010 average - for Jan 1 - Dec 31 2018. You can see (among many other things): The transition from La Nina through neutral conditions to El Nino (maybe). The marine heatwave in the Tasman Sea and around New Zealand early in the year. The intense warming of surface waters associated with the heatwaves over Europe and Japan during the spring and summer. The development of a "tripole" cold-warm-cold pattern in the North Atlantic. The return of the warm blob in the northeast Pacific. Higher-than-average SST in the Arctic where sea-ice extent has been below average. And much much more... Data are from the OSTIA data set Animation rendered and composited in IDL and Blender
Views: 60 BoggisMakesVideos
Landsat 8: Estimating Land Surface Temperature Using ArcGIS
 
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This video walks through the conversion of Landsat 8 thermal bands to estimate both at sattellite land surface temperature.
Views: 75924 Usman Buhari
Mediterranean Sea surface temperature 2017 August
 
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science & software: http://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.36645.91363 data: NOAA high resolution daily mean SST
The Multi-Scale Ultra-High Resolution (MUR) Sea Surface Temperature (SST) Data Set Animation
 
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(Jan 01, 2010 - Dec 31, 2011) The Multi-Scale Ultra-High Resolution (MUR) Sea Surface Temperature (SST) Data Set combines data from the Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer (AVHRR), Moderate Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) Terra and Aqua, and Advanced Microwave Spectroradiometer-EOS (AMSR-E) instruments in an optimal way to produce 1km global maps of SST. Noticeable in the animation from January 1 2010 to December 31, 2011 are the high energy regions associated with the Western Boundary Currents of the Gulf Stream and the Kuroshio. Additionally one can see the major upwelling areas of the world's oceans associated with the California, Peruvian/Chilean and South African Coasts. Original file source: http://podaac.jpl.nasa.gov/sites/default/files/content/small_cenlon180_rotate_multi_bm_frame_30fps.mov (~890 MBytes QuickTime File) http://podaac.jpl.nasa.gov/sites/default/files/content/verysmall_cenlon180_rotate_multi_bm_frame_30fps.mov (~264 MBytes QuickTime File) Please give credit for this item to: NASA/JPL Physical Oceanography DAAC
Views: 12578 NASAJPLPODAAC
Tutorial Sea Surface Temperature
 
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Tutorial SST selama 6 bulan hingga data di export dan dibuka dalam excel
Views: 1045 HantuLaut
Current Sea surface temps around NZ stand out on world map (04/12/17)
 
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We kick off the first full week of December under more high pressure and mostly dry weather but this week has a few more twists than last week. We still see a few daytime downpours, again mainly around Central Plateau but a few also possible around Central Otago. However in coastal Otago a cooler breeze over Tuesday and Wednesday may drop daytime highs into the late teens while highs closer to 30 continue inland. Despite the brief early/mid week cooling phase for some coastal areas in the south most of New Zealand will remain hotter and drier than average this week - with even hotter weather possible at the end of the week ahead of some rain makers in the Tasman Sea - but these are likely to weaken as they move in, not bringing relief to all. But perhaps most importantly we take a look at sea surface temperatures and discover that the sea temperatures between New Zealand and Australia are a staggering 6 degrees above average. http://www.weatherwatch.co.nz
Views: 1186 WeatherWatchNZ
How to access Copernicus sea surface temperature data
 
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Anne O’Carroll remote sensing scientist at EUMETSAT explains how to access Copernicus Sentinel-3 sea surface temperature data and work with it in the Sentinel-3 toolbox Access Sentinel-3 data on CODA by creating an account on EUMETSAT’s Earth Observation Portal https://eoportal.eumetsat.int/userMgmt/login.faces then follow link “Access CODA”.
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North Atlantic Ocean Sea Surface Temperature Anomaly Maps
 
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Sea surface temperature varies due to solar heating and air-sea exchange of heat, as well as due to transport of warm waters and mixing with cooler, deeper waters. The animation shows the annual anomalies in sea surface temperature (C) in the North Atlantic, varying from -1.5C (blue) to +1.5C (red). The animation is broadly similar to the ocean heat content change, regions of higher sea surface temperature generally coinciding with greater ocean heat content, although there are detailed differences, particularly in the subtropical latitudes. Again there is strong decadal variability for the ocean gyres, as well as a recent surface warming for 2000 to 2010. The sea surface temperature (SST) anomalies are generally viewed as being driven by anomalies in air-sea fluxes on interannual timescales (greater heat input from the atmosphere leads to warmer SST), but might feedback back and determine the air-sea fluxes on decadal or longer timescales (a warmer SST leads to a greater loss of heat from the ocean to the atmosphere). There is also a physical transport of the SST anomalies on all timescales.
Views: 309 OceanClimateAtUoL
Sea Surface Temperature 2018 September 26 Global Map SST
 
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Sea Surface Temperatures from January 01 to September 26 2018. Color and brightness adjusted to better separate 0°C(32°F)[purple] and 22°C(~72°F)[green] from surroundings. Looped 5 times for ease of viewing on youtube. Source: NOAA OceanWatch https://coastwatch.noaa.gov/cw_html/NearRealTimeSearch.html
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2018: A year of sea surface temperature in the Mediterranean
 
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Movie of daily sea sea surface temperature maps for the Mediterranean in 2018. Data source: NCEII
September 2018: Mediterranean sea surface temperature
 
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Daily maps for sea surface temperature in the Mediterranean. September 2018
Land Surface Temperature (2.2000 - 11.2009)
 
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Land surface temperature is how hot the surface of the Earth would feel to the touch in a particular location. From a satellites point of view, the surface is whatever it sees when it looks through the atmosphere to the ground. It could be snow and ice, the grass on a lawn, the roof of a building, or the leaves in the canopy of a forest. Thus, land surface temperature is not the same as the air temperature that is included in the daily weather report. The maps shown here were made using data collected during the daytime by the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASAs Terra satellite. Temperatures range from -25 degrees Celsius (deep blue) to 45 degrees Celsius (pinkish yellow). At mid-to-high latitudes, land surface temperatures can vary throughout the year, but equatorial regions tend to remain consistently warm, and Antarctica and Greenland remain consistently cold. Altitude plays a clear role in temperatures, with mountain ranges like the North American Rockies cooler than other areas at the same latitude. Scientists monitor land surface temperature because the warmth rising off Earths landscapes influences (and is influenced by) our worlds weather and climate patterns. Scientists want to monitor how increasing atmospheric greenhouse gases affect land surface temperature, and how rising land surface temperatures affect glaciers, ice sheets, permafrost, and the vegetation in Earths ecosystems. Commercial farmers may also use land surface temperature maps like these to evaluate water requirements for their crops during the summer, when they are prone to heat stress. Conversely, in winter, these maps can help citrus farmers to determine where and when orange groves could have been exposed to damaging frost. credit: NASA source: http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/GlobalMaps/view.php?d1=MOD11C1_M_LSTDA
Views: 1302 djxatlanta
Sea surface temperatures
 
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These maps are made mostly from the satellite measurements of Sea Surface Temperature (SST), with help from surface observations that come from ships and bouys. Since the 1980's, there are a lot more SST data from satellites than surface observations. SST is invaluable for weather forecasting. But SST is also important for management of fishery, ocean acoustic communication, and the science including studies of climate and marine life. To "blend" the SST data from many different satellite is a tricky business. Satellite-based environmental data are usually irregularly sampled and always noisy. Every satellite has a unique sensor that measures SST. The infra-red (IR) type sensor can offer a very high resolution (down to 1 km in horizontal distance) but suffer from contamination by clouds and aerosols that block the signal. The micro-wave (MW) measurements are more reliable because of cloud-penetrating coverage but are coarser (25 km) in resolution and are not useful along the coasts due to contamination from land. So we are interested in making use of the best characteristics of each sensor data -- be it resolution or coverage -- and finding an optimal and objective ways to fill the data-voids under the clouds and near the coasts.
Views: 126 Alison Ogden
North Atlantic Ocean Sea Surface Density Anomaly Maps
 
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Sea surface density is affected by the air-sea fluxes of heat and freshwater. Sea surface density increases with decreasing sea surface temperature and increases with increasing sea surface salinity. The animation shows the annual anomalies in sea surface density (kg m^-3) in the North Atlantic, varying from -0.4 kg m^-3 (red) to +0.4 kg m^-3 (blue). The animation reveals strong interannual and decadal variability for the ocean gyres, broadly reflecting the response of sea surface temperature.
Views: 101 OceanClimateAtUoL
Remote Sensing of Sea Surface Temperature
 
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This is a video made for the Remote Sensing course at the University of Edinburgh.
Views: 927 Maria Charalambous
Sea surface temperature in the Mediterranean: April 2018
 
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Animation of sea surface temperature maps in the Mediterranean: March 2018
Sea Surface Temperatures 2017
 
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Satellites are a valuable tool for monitoring Earth’s oceans, which cover more than 70 percent of our planet. This visualization shows 2017 sea surface temperatures in the North Atlantic Ocean, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Caribbean using data from NOAA’s satellites.
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NASA | The Ocean: A Driving Force for Weather and Climate
 
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The Ocean is essential to life on Earth. Most of Earth's water is stored in the ocean. Although 40 percent of Earth's population lives within, or near coastal regions- the ocean impacts people everywhere. Without the ocean, our planet would be uninhabitable. This animation helps to convey the importance of Earth's oceanic processes as one component of Earth's interrelated systems. This animation uses Earth science data from a variety of sensors on NASA Earth observing satellites to measure physical oceanography parameters such as ocean currents, ocean winds, sea surface height and sea surface temperature. These measurements, in combination with atmospheric measurements such as surface air temperature, precipitation and clouds can help scientists understand the ocean's impact on weather and climate and what this means for life here on Earth. NASA satellites and their unique view from space are helping to unveil the vast... and largely unexplored.... OCEAN. NASA Earth Observing System Data and Information Systems (EOSDIS) EOSDIS is a distributed system of twelve data centers and science investigator processing systems. EOSDIS processes, archives, and distributes data from Earth observing satellites, field campaigns, airborne sensors, and related Earth science programs. These data enable the study of Earth from space to advance scientific understanding. For more information about the data sets used in this animation please visit,http://earthdata.nasa.gov This video is public domain and can be downloaded at: ‪http://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/goto?11056 Like our videos? Subscribe to NASA's Goddard Shorts HD podcast: ‪http://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/vis/iTunes/f0004_index.html‬ Or find NASA Goddard Space Flight Center on facebook: ‪http://www.facebook.com/NASA.GSFC‬ Or find us on Twitter: ‪http://twitter.com/NASAGoddard‬
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2017: A year of sea surface temperature in the Mediterranean
 
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Movie of daily sea sea surface temperature maps for the Mediterranean in 2017
October 2018: Mediterranean sea surface temperature
 
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Daily sea surface temeperature maps in the Mediterranean for October 2018
November 2018: Mediterranean daily sea surface temperature
 
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November 2018 sea surface temperature daily maps
Shady Business on Sea Surface Temperature Map Haarp Beam deletion
 
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I did a video earlier regarding this mysterious Ray or Beam showing up on the Sea Surface Tempature composite map. See the previous video here : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x_By5sJ7t7Q well now, they appear to have erases the beam marks, but have done a seriously shitty job nonetheless. They didn't even bother to fill in the color, it looks like a crappy windows paint job. WTH??? What do you think? Comment below. You can visit the Sea Surface Temperature composite here : http://tropic.ssec.wisc.edu/real-time/mimic-tpw/global/main.html
Views: 31 Donnie Lee
Sea surface temperature in the Mediterranean: March 2018
 
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Daily maps of sea surface temperature in the Mediterranean for 2018 March.
Views: 11 CEAM Meteorología
May 22, 1998 - May 22, 2011 Sea Surface Temperatures
 
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Sea surface temperatures on May 22nd between the years of 1998 and 2011.
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Sea surface temperature in the Mediterranean (July 2018)
 
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A new YouTube channel with information about sea surface temperature in the Mediterranean
Sea Surface Height Maps from Radar Altimetry
 
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Using data from several satellite altimeters, a finer picture of the ever-changing height of the oceans is revealed. Swirling currents called eddies pepper the global ocean. Like small pock-marks in sea surface height, these eddies are found in every major ocean basin. Near the Equator, the eddies give way to fast moving features called Kelvin Waves. When they build up in the Pacific, these waves can usher in a phenomenon known as El Nino, which happens when warm water and high sea levels move into the Eastern Pacific along the Equator. Occurring every 3 to 4 years, El Nino can have a big impact on weather across the globe, brining extra rainfall to the American Southwest and even affecting hurricanes in the Atlantic Oceans. Original file source: ftp://podaac-ftp.jpl.nasa.gov/misc/web/animations/jw_ssh_090612_long-H.264%20for%20iTunes.m4v Please give credit for this item to: NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory
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Sea Surface Temperature Anomaly (SSTA)
 
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Global sea surface temperature anomaly animation from NOAA OI.v2 SST monthly fields by Reynolds from january 1982 to december 2007.
Views: 486 Fabrício Oliveira
Sea surface height anomaly
 
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El Niño is characterized by unusually warm ocean temperatures in the eastern equatorial Pacific. The warmer water associated with El Niño displaces colder water in the upper layer of the ocean causing an increase in sea surface height because of thermal expansion. This visualization, created using a sea surface height anomaly product produced by AVISO, shows sea surface height anomalies (SSHA) from January 1, 2015 to January 22, 2016. The maps have been processed to highlight the interannual signal of SSH, i.e., the mean signal, seasonal signal, and the trend have been removed. Red and white shades indicate high sea surface heights relative to the reference state, while blue and purple shades indicate sea surface heights lower than the reference state. Neutral conditions appear green. After five consecutive months with sea surface temperatures 0.5 degrees Celsius above the long-term mean, NOAA issued an El Niño Advisory to declare the arrival of the phenomenon. A statement issued by the NOAA Climate Prediction Center on March 10, 2016, states that "A transition to ENSO-neutral is likely during late Northern Hemisphere spring or early summer 2016, with close to a 50 percent chance for La Niña conditions to develop by the fall.” More information: http://www.aviso.altimetry.fr/en/data/products/sea-surface-height-products/global.html
Views: 2080 NASA Climate Change
Sea surface temperature in the Mediterranean - August 2003
 
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Sea surface temperature maps for August 2003, when a strong heat wave was recorded in most of central and southern Europe. SST anomalies and heat wave were correlated in the works of Feudale and Shukla https://agupubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1029/2006GL027991 and https://doi.org/10.1007/s00382-010-0789-z
North Atlantic Sea Surface Temperatures--annual scale
 
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Sea surface temperature anomalies relative to the 1982-2011 baseline. Blue colors indicate locations that are colder than expected for the particular day of year, red indicates warmer temperatures. The animation was made using a rolling 360 day average of NOAA’s OISST data. At this scale, temperatures change slowly, making the long-term trends easier to sea.
Views: 48 Andrew J. Pershing
Sea Surface Temperature Animation November 1981 to June 2009
 
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This animation of monthly sea surface temperature maps illustrates the annual variability of tropical sea surface temperature. It also shows the variations in the size of the Pacific Warm Pool.
Views: 1448 BobTisdale1
Sea surface temperature in the Mediterranean (June 2018)
 
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A new YouTube channel with information about sea surface temperature in the Mediterranean
Sea surface temperature in the Mediterranean: January 2018
 
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With this video CEAM_Meteo starts a series of videos devoted to share information about sea surface temperature in the Mediterranean.
Views: 16 CEAM Meteorología
How To Use - Sea Surface Temperature
 
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How to acquire and utilize sea surface temperature data using the mazu Cruising or mazu SportFishing iPad Applications!
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Sea surface height
 
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Based on ftp.aviso.altimetry.fr/global/delayed-time/grids/climatology/monthly_mean, visualization script in github.com/openearth/notebooks
Views: 64 Fedor Baart
Sea surface height anomaly over the South Atlantic Ocean
 
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Sequence of sea surface height (SSH) anomaly maps spanning over 16 years of measurements, between October 1993 and February 2010. The used Ssalto/Duacs data is distributed by CNES/Aviso.
Views: 606 Sebastian Krieger
Ocean Surface Temperature (7.2002 - 11.2009)
 
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Sea surface temperatures have a large influence on climate and weather. For example, every 3 to 7 years a wide swath of the Pacific Ocean along the equator warms by 2 to 3 degrees Celsius. This warming is a hallmark of the climate pattern El Niño, which changes rainfall patterns around the globe, causing heavy rainfall in the southern United States and severe drought in Australia, Indonesia, and southern Asia. On a smaller scale, ocean temperatures influence the development of tropical cyclones (hurricanes and typhoons), which draw energy from warm ocean waters to form and intensify. These sea surface temperature maps are based on observations by the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASAs Aqua satellite. The satellite measures the temperature of the top millimeter of the ocean surface. In this map, the coolest waters appear in blue (approximately 2 degrees Celsius), and the warmest temperatures appear in pink-yellow (45 degrees Celsius). Landmasses and the large area of sea ice around Antarctica appear in shades of gray, indicating no data were collected. The most obvious pattern shown in the time series is the year-round difference in sea surface temperatures between equatorial regions and the poles. Various warm and cool currents stand out even in monthly averages of sea surface temperature. A band of warm waters snakes up the East Coast of the United States and veers across the North Atlantic—the Gulf Stream. Although short-lived weather events that influence ocean temperature are often washed out in monthly averages, a few events show up. For example, in December 2003, strong winds blew southwest from the Gulf of Mexico over Central America toward the Pacific Ocean, driving surface waters away from the coast, and allowing cold water from deeper in the ocean to well up to the surface. These winds are a recurring phenomenon in the area in the winter; they are known as Tehuano winds. credit: NASA source: http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/GlobalMaps/view.php?d1=MYD28M
Views: 2374 djxatlanta
2018 ocean temperatures were hottest on record
 
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According to a new report, ocean temperatures last year were the hottest they've been since record keeping started in 1958. See more at http://www.newsy.com/ Like Newsy on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/newsy/ Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/newsy
Views: 313 Newsy
Sea surface temperature in the Mediterranean: February 2018
 
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Second of the new CEAM_Meteo video series of videos devoted to share information about sea surface temperature in the Mediterranean. Daily maps of SST in the Mediterranean for 2018 February.
Views: 21 CEAM Meteorología
Sea-surface temperatures around Europe during recent heatwave May-July 2018
 
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The video shows sea-surface temperature anomalies relative to a 1985-2007 baseline. Blue means colder-than-average SST, red is warmer than average. The maps are based on the OSTIA dataset. Data rendered in Blender: https://www.blender.org/
Views: 53 BoggisMakesVideos
Black Sea surface temperature (SST)
 
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science & software: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.envsoft.2013.08.011 data: NASA Giovanni soundtrack: Ellen - "Guitar" http://crystalskybutterfly.wordpress.com/family-silver-2008/

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