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Brett Anderson
post Apr 2 2011, 01:31 PM
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Thought it would be fun to look at the the changes in ocean surface temperature anomalies across the globe going back six months. The animation link below from NOAA shows the changes in sea surface anomalies since October 18th, 2010. Sea surface temperature anomaly image animation. Here are the changes that I see........ 1. A reduction in cool anomalies Read the full article


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post Apr 3 2011, 02:23 PM
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If you like the sea surface temp animations, perhaps you will also like OHC animations on Bob Tisdale's website: ARGO-Era NODC Ocean Heat Content Data (0-700 Meters) Through December 2010
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QUOTE(Brett Anderson @ Apr 2 2011, 02:31 PM) *
Thought it would be fun to look at the the changes in ocean surface temperature anomalies across the globe going back six months. The animation link below from NOAA shows the changes in sea surface anomalies since October 18th, 2010. Sea surface temperature anomaly image animation. Here are the changes that I see........ 1. A reduction in cool anomalies
Read the full article


Great post and great analysis. Looking forward to a warm and toasty 2012.
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QUOTE(Oakden Wolf @ Apr 4 2011, 12:42 AM) *
Great post and great analysis. Looking forward to a warm and toasty 2012.



Some are looking for a 'very' hot 2012!..... laugh.gif


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