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Sea-surface temperature estimation

autocorrelation, regression, and trend analyses of six sea-surface temperature time-series

by C. J. Van Vliet

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Published by U.S. Navy Electronics Laboratory in San Diego, Calif .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementC.J. Van Vliet and E.R. Anderson
SeriesResearch report - NEL/report -- 1428, Research report (U.S. Navy Electronics Laboratory (San Diego, Calif.)) -- 1428., NEL report (U. S. Navy Electronics Laboratory (San Diego, Calif.)) -- 1428.
ContributionsAnderson, Eric (Eric R.), U.S. Navy Electronics Laboratory (San Diego, Calif.)
The Physical Object
Pagination29 p. :
Number of Pages29
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24364319M
OCLC/WorldCa42196622

The GISS Surface Temperature Analysis (GISTEMP) is an estimate of global surface temperatures. The data for average surface temperatures are deviations from the average temperatures measured between Negative numbers indicate below average temperatures from that time period, while positive numbers indicate temperatures above the average. The Pliocene sea surface temperature (SST) dataset is the best developed component of the PRISM reconstructions and is the keystone of Pliocene paleoclimate research. For the first time, we compile all data related to PRISM SST estimation.   With August in the Books, Remains Likely to Be the Warmest Year on Record La Niña is characterized by cooler than normal sea surface temperatures in the tropical Pacific, which tend to depress global average temperatures. For the record, Only August was warmer in NOAA's estimation. The agencies use slightly different. The surface heat flux response to underlying sea surface temperature (SST) anomalies (the surface heat flux feedback) is estimated using 42 yr (–97) of ship-derived monthly turbulent heat fluxes and 17 yr (–) of satellite-derived monthly radiative fluxes .


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Sea-surface temperature estimation: time-series length necessary for long-term estimation of sea-surface temperature by Anderson, Eric (Eric R.); Van Vliet, C. (Cornelis Johannes), b. ; U.S. Navy Electronics Laboratory (San Diego, Calif.)Pages: Get this from a library.

Sea-surface temperature estimation: time-series length necessary for long-term estimation of sea-surface temperature. [Eric Anderson; C J Van Vliet; U.S. Navy Electronics Laboratory (San Diego, Calif.),]. Sea-surface temperature estimation: autocorrelation, regression, and trend analyses of six sea-surface temperature time-series.

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Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. Sea-surface temperature estimation: autocorrelation, regression, and trend analyses of six sea-surface temperature time-series by. Sea Surface Temperature: SST estimation with thermal infrared radiometer onboard satellites is well known and widely used in a variety of research fields, in particular climate changes, global warming, etc.

SST estimation methods are proposed [1]-[4]. Most of these are based on regressive analysis. A procedure for estimating sea surface temperature was developed by using the near and thermal infrared data available from full resolution ( km field of view) daytime passes of the NOAA 6 satellite Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer.

Yuanyuan Chen, Si-Bo Duan, Jélila Labed, Zhao-Liang Li, Development of a split-window algorithm for estimating sea surface temperature from the Chinese Gaofen-5 data, International Journal of Remote Sensing, /, 40,(), ().

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DOI: /JCIP Corpus ID: Estimation of sea surface temperatures from two infrared window measurements with different absorption @article{McMillinEstimationOS, title={Estimation of sea surface temperatures from two infrared window measurements with different absorption}, author={L.

McMillin}, journal={Journal of Geophysical Research}, year={}. Development of a split-window algorithm for estimating sea surface temperature from the Chinese Gaofen-5 data. International Journal of Remote Sensing: Vol. 40, Fifth International Symposium on Recent Advances in Quantitative Remote Sensing (RAQRS), pp.

Sea Surface Temperatures. Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Facebook Follow us on YouTube TAE RSS Feed Current Hazards Sea-surface temperature estimation book Weather Outlook National Outlook Rip Current Risk Local Storm Reports (Text) Local Storm Reports (Map) Submit a Storm Report. Radar Imagery National Florida Panhandle (EVX).

Infrared sensors flown on satellites retrieve information that can be used to estimate sea surface temperature (SST), with certain limitations such as clouds. Although pressure and acoustic gauges are becoming increasingly more popular around the world, most sea-level measurements are still made using a float gauge, in which the float rises and.

Estimating Sea Surface Temperature From Infrared Satellite and In Situ Temperature Data W.J. Emery, Sandra Castro G.A Wick Peter Schluessel Craig Donlon CCAR Box NOAA/ETL EUMETSAT CEC – JRC ISPRA, U Colorado Broadway Am Kavalleriesand Marine Environment Boulder, Co., Boulder, Co., Darmstadt, I Ispra Germany ITALY.

Estimation of The Sea Surface Drag Coefficient Based on Wave Data AFFECT OF SRUFACE DRAG COEFFICIENT Fig.1 compares the three types of the sea surface drag coefficients proposed as a function of wind speed.

Affect of the difference in the sea surface drag coefficient were examined by comparing the wave height computed with WAM cycle 4. Prediction of global temperatures and sea level rise (SLR) is important for sustainable development planning of coastal regions of the world and the health and safety of communities living in these regions.

In this study, climate change effects on sea level rise is investigated using a dynamic system model (DSM) with time lag on historical input data. A time-invariant (TI-DSM) and time-variant. We start with temperature, the most basic measurement with the longest recording history, describing the many different ways to measure both in situ and sea surface temperature ranging from electronic ocean profiles to infrared satellite measurements.

Multi-channel and multi-angle algorithms for estimating sea and land surface temperature with ATSR data. International Journal of Remote Sensing: Vol. 17, No.

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Arctic sea surface temperatures (SSTs) are estimated mostly from satellite sea ice concentration (SIC) estimates. In regions with sea ice the SST is the temperature of open water or of the water under the ice. A number of different proxy SST estimates based on SIC have been developed.

A comparative study on estimation of partial cloud cover within a pixel has been conducted for use of the pixels partially suffered from cloud in sea surface temperature estimation. From the experimental results with simulated data, it was found a relationship among an observation noise, mixing ratio, and estimation accuracy in case for the.

Abstract: A procedure is derived for obtaining improved estimates of water surfacetemperature by means of spatially scanning space-borne systems which would perform simultaneous radiometric measurements in two wavelength intervals in the thermal infrared atmospheric-window spectral regions.

The procedure should reduce errors in the estimate of water surface temperature caused by haze and water. Get this from a library. Sea-surface temperature estimation: autocorrelation, regression, and trend analyses of six sea-surface temperature time-series.

[C J Van Vliet; E R Anderson; U.S. Navy Electronics Laboratory.]. Water surface temperature estimation from Landsat 7 ETM+ thermal infrared data using the generalized single-channel method: Case study of Embalse del Río Tercero (Córdoba, Argentina) September.

This study investigates the effects of global and regional sea surface temperature (SST) warming from the Industrial Revolution to the present on the stratosphere using a climate model, and estimates the relative contributions of SST warming in different regions.

This tutorial is about the estimation land surface temperature using Landsat Satellite and ASTER Satellite images. In this tutorial we are going to use a land cover classification for the definition of surface emissivity, which is required for the calculation of the land surface is assumed that one has the basic knowledge of SCP and Basic Tutorials.

from sea-surface temperature by J. LaCasce 1 and A. Mahadevan 2 ABSTRACT We examine a dynamical method for estimating subsurface elds (density, pressure, horizontal and vertical velocities) in the upper ocean using sea-surface temperature (SST) and a climatologi-cal estimate.

Typhoons frequently occur in the summer in the northwestern Pacific Ocean, and the responses of the upper ocean to typhoons have drawn extensive attention for decades. In the present work, a modified grid-based maximum response (GMR) method was proposed to estimate the sea surface cooling (SSC) caused by typhoons.

The current algorithm (CA) is different from the original GMR method mainly in. Influence of Cirrus Clouds on the Estimate of Sea Surface Temperature. July ; DOI: /IGARSS Conference: IGARSS - IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing. Based on a layered structure of temperature fields (mixed layer, thermocline, and lower layers), the parametric model transforms a vertical profile into several parameters: sea surface temperature (SST), mixed layer depth (MLD), thermocline bottom depth (TBD), thermocline temperature gradient (TTG), and deep layer gradient (DPG).

These parameters vary on different timescales: SST and MLD on. The data assimilation is performed with the parallel data assimilation framework (PDAF) for the climate model AWI‐CM. Observations of the ocean, namely satellite sea‐surface temperature (SST) and temperature and salinity profiles, are assimilated into the ocean component.

The atmospheric state is only influenced by the model dynamics. Sea Surface Height and Upper Layer Thickness Equation Sea Surface Temperature. Sea surface temperatures can also be analyzed due to the progress made in remote sensing of the oceans.

Sea surface temperatures information is crucial in studying tropical systems. Warm water is essential for further hurricane development. remote sensing Article Optimal Estimation of Sea Surface Temperature from AMSR-E Pia Nielsen-Englyst 1,*, Jacob L. Høyer 1, Leif Toudal Pedersen 2 ID, Chelle L.

Gentemann 3 ID, Emy Alerskans 1, Tom Block 4 and Craig Donlon 5 1 Danish Meteorological Institute, LyngbyvejDK Copenhagen Ø, Denmark; [email protected] (J.L.H.); [email protected] (E.A.) 2 DTU-Space, Technical University of Denmark.

Nonlinear Split-Window Algorithms for Estimating Land and Sea Surface Temperatures From Simulated Chinese Gaofen-5 Satellite Data Abstract: This paper proposes a different thermal channel combination split-window (DTCC-SW) method to estimate the land surface temperature (LST) and sea ST (SST) from the Chinese Gaofen-5 (GF-5) satellite thermal.

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THE SEA SURFACE TEMPERATURE DEVIATION AND THE HEAT FLOW AT THE SEA-AIR INTERFACE. Sea surface temperature (SST) is the water temperature close to the ocean's surface. The exact meaning of surface varies according to the measurement method used, but it is between 1 millimetre ( in) and 20 metres (70 ft) below the sea surface.

Air masses in the Earth's atmosphere are highly modified by sea surface temperatures within a short distance of the shore. In this work, we estimate extreme sea surface temperature (SST) hotspots, i.e., high threshold exceedance regions, for the Red Sea, a vital region of high biodiversity.

We analyze high-resolution satellite-derived SST data comprising daily measurements at grid cells across the Red Sea over the period We propose a semiparametric Bayesian spatial mixed-effects linear model with. This is a video made for the Remote Sensing course at the University of Edinburgh.

The required skin sea surface temperature estimation accuracy is better than K for radiation energy budget analysis, global warming study and so on [1]. Skin sea surface temperature (SSST) is defined as the temperature radiation from the sea surface (approximately less than 20μm in depth.

In this work, we estimate extreme sea surface temperature (SST) hotspots, i.e., high threshold exceedance regions, for the Red Sea, a vital region of high biodiversity. We analyze high-resolution satellite-derived SST data comprising daily measurements at grid cells across the Red Sea over the period –Land surface temperature (LST) and sea surface temperature (SST) are important quantities for many environmental models.

Remote sensing is a source of information for their estimation on both regional and global scales. Many algorithms have been devised to estimate LST and SST from satellite data, most of which require a ;priori</i> information about the surface and the atmosphere.The purpose of this data set is to provide paleoclimate researchers with a tool for estimating the average seasonal variation in sea-surface temperature (SST) throughout the modern world ocean and for estimating the modern monthly and weekly sea-surface temperature at any given oceanic location.