2 edition of Report of the OOPC/AOPC Workshop on Global Sea Surface Temperature Data Sets found in the catalog.
Report of the OOPC/AOPC Workshop on Global Sea Surface Temperature Data Sets
OOPC/AOPC Workshop on Global Sea Surface Temperature Data Sets (1998 Palisades, N.Y.)
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The European interim global reanalysis from (ERA-Interim), for example, provides datasets for atmospheric surface and upper-air ECVs and other ECVs such as ozone and ocean-wave state, but its assimilating model uses specified sea surface temperatures, sea ice concentrations, and various land surface fields and radiative gas distributions. OOPC/AOPC Workshop on Global Sea Surface. T emperature Data Sets, Palisades, NY, 2–4. The remotely sensed sea surface temperature (SST) .
In: Proceedings of the OOPC/AOPC Workshop on Global Sea Surface Temperature Data Sets, IRI/LDEO, NY, USA, 2–4 November, Annex III, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Palisades, pp 13–16 Rayner NA, Parker DE, Horton EB, Folland CK, Alexander LV, Rowell DP, Kent EC, Kaplan A () Global analyses of sea surface temperature, sea ice, and night. EUR-2nd-GHRSST-PP-workshop-report-vdoc Page 6 of 88 Friday, Octo Proceedings of the 2nd GHRSST-PP workshop be freely and widely available. From this Workshop, the GODAE High Resolution Sea Surface Temperature Pilot Project (GHRSST-PP) was born. There is no doubt that the vision of the GHRSST-PP is ambitious.
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• The Hadley Centre global monthly MSLP data set HadSLP should be completed for to date, and kept up to date in quasi-real time. • The Terms of Reference of the AOPC/OOPC MSLP Working Group should be expanded to include the homogenisation and analysis of surface winds, especially over the oceans, and their consistency with surface.
AOPC/OOPC Mean Sea Level Pressure Working Group Rob Allan to promote the analysis of global surface pressure from both real-time and historical sources using both daily and monthly data - to record and evaluate differences among surface pressure analyses through comparison of basic products Terms of Reference - to recommend actions needed.
for Climate (AOPC/OOPC). Other crucial climate variables considered were marine air temperature (MAT), mean sea level pressure (MSLP) and surface wind.
Proceedings The Workshop began with over 2 days' presentations to plenary sessions on historical marine data sets, SST and sea ice, marine air temperature, MSLP and wind, and.
International Surface Pressure Databank. GCOS/AOPC/OOPC Surface Pressure Working Group (SPWG) Identify, retrieve, digitize, integrate, and Q/A subdaily surface pressure data. Basis for improved circulation fields and new reanalysis products (C20R, ERA-CLIM).  We present the Met Office Hadley Centre's sea ice and sea surface temperature (SST) data set, HadISST1, and the nighttime marine air temperature (NMAT) data set, HadMAT1.
HadISST1 replaces the global sea ice and sea surface temperature (GISST) data sets and is a unique combination of monthly globally complete fields of SST and sea ice concentration on a 1° latitude‐longitude grid from Cited by: GCOS () Report of the OOPC/AOPC workshop on global.
sea surface temperature data sets, Palisades, NY, USA, 2. Report of the OOPC/AOPC Workshop on Global Sea Surface Temperature Data Sets, Palisades, NY, 2–4 NovemberWMO, Geneva, Annex III, 51– Google Scholar: Vasquez, J., K.
Perry, and K. Kilpatrick, NOAA/NASA AVHRR Oceans Pathfinder Sea Surface Temperature Data Set; User's Reference Manual Version The aims of AOPC surface pressure group are: 1) promote the analysis of global surface pressure (monthly and daily), 2) record and evaluate differences between data sets, 3) recommend actions to ensure data quality and consistency, 4) promote the recovery and access of pressure data, 5) promote the comparison of various types of instruments.
Sea surface temperature (SST) measurements will be an important topic. A key focus of the meeting will be on the work of the SST and Sea-Ice Working Group (SST/SI WG) of the GCOS/WCRP Atmospheric Observation and Ocean Observations Panels for Climate (AOPC/OOPC), as well as new NOAA initiatives in the SST area.
"Best practices" for GSN, suggesting changes in GSN to include daily data. Proposal of OOPC to develop a number of reference sites around the world's oceans to provide baseline data on air-sea properties related to surface fluxes.
A workshop on extreme events in to follow on from the Asheville workshop in June 7. A Air-sea interface. The AOPC endorsed the proposal of OOPC to develop a number of reference sites around the world oceans to provide baseline data on air-sea properties related to surface fluxes.
[Endorsement 5] The AOPC noted that SST data are vital to the IPCC process and to the climate community in general.
The first of these, a US‐led twentieth‐century reanalysis project, uses sub‐daily surface pressure, monthly sea‐surface temperature and sea‐ice distribution, to reproduce the six‐hourly global circulation through the troposphere back to as outlined by Compo et al.
Meeting Report. Nick Rayner, Elizabeth Kent, Scott Woodruff and David Parker. Executive Summary. MARCDAT-II brought together 60 participants from eight countries—including marine data users, and managers of marine data and products—for four days of talks, posters and discussions with the goal of setting priorities for the future development of marine climate data and products.
DIMP/OOPC Data Quality Assessment Proposal. Mr Keeley noted that the last DIMP meeting discussed a project to assemble an integrated time series of Sea Surface Temperature (SST) from a number of sources.
The proposal was presented to WOCE Panels and to the Chairman of the OOPC. The response was somewhat subdued. In linesthere is a GCOS working group of the Ocean Observing Panel for Climate (OOPC) and the Atmospheric Observing Panel for Climate (AOPC) looking at Sea Surface Temperature biases.
In linelocating the reference sonde stations for comparison with satellite overpasses requires observations at different times at each station. for COP-VIII. A small working Group was formed to look at mean sea level pressure with AOPC in the context of a GCOS.
Individual members were assigned OOPC responsibilities for participating in workshops and working groups, namely: an International Workshop to review the Global Tropical Mooring Network; a workshop on integrating.
The G3OS should attempt to establish responsible organizations to maintain such data sets and databases on behalf of the user communities. Other Reports. Dr V. Razuvaev provided information about the state-of-the-art in preparation of high-quality meteorological data sets in WDC-B which can be identified as GCOS data sets.
Marine observations from ICOADS were quality controlled and gridded using the Marine Data System (MDS), version 2, developed at the Hadley Centre. The MDS has been used to grid sea surface temperature (SST) and surface air temperature observations (see Rayner et. The sea surface height and the subsurface temperature structure that causes most of the sea surface height variability are jointly measured and analyzed.
Improved capabilities in ocean data assimilation modeling allow these and other data sets to be combined and compared in a.
Reynolds presented a report on the sea surface temperature (SST) anomalies in Its core tasks will be to assemble relevant data sets into an accessible form, establish metrics for comparisons between products and between products and data, and to estimate uncertainty in existing sea ice products and observations.
AOPC/OOPC WG on. Observed and projected sea surface temperature seasonal changes in the Western English Channel from satellite data and CMIP5 multi-model ensemble Article Full-text available.The Twentieth Century Reanalysis (20CR) project is an international effort to produce a comprehensive global atmospheric circulation dataset spanning the twentieth century, assimilating only surface pressure reports and using observed monthly sea‐surface temperature and sea.OOPC/AOPC Workshop on Global Sea Surface Temperature Data Sets (Nov.
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