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Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Preliminary Post - Mid-Latitude South Pacific SST and SST Anomalies Segmented by 10 Degrees Longitude

The following is a preliminary post of Mid-Latitude South Pacific SST and SST anomalies that I’ve segmented by 10 degrees longitude. Due to the number of segments, I had to divide it into two portions: 150E to 140W and 70 to 140W. The first graph in each portion is SST. The second is SST anomaly. Then two or three graphs follow in which I’ve isolated two, three, or four data sets.

150E to 140W

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