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activity : indicator-ocean-chlorophyll-concentrations-panel-1-process-2019
Global measurements of ocean chlorophyll concentration were combined from both the SeaWiFS and MODIS-Aqua "ocean color" datasets.
The 0.25-degree spatial resolution data were plotted on a map using a non-linear blue-to-green color bar, with blue being the lowest values and green being the highest values. This global dataset was plotted in a "North America only" subset.. Numbered labels were added indicating sub-regions for which accompanying time series are shown.
Methodology Citation: O’Brien, T. D., Wiebe, P.H., and Falkenhaug, T. (Eds). 2013. ICES Zooplankton Status Report 2010/2011. ICES Cooperative Research Report No. 318. 208 pp
Methodology Contact: Todd O'Brien, NOAA NMFS
How the source was modified: The original 351 month-by-year full-resolution [satellite chlorophyll] data files were reduced from 9km to 0.25-degree spatial resolution and then averaged into a single all-months-from-all-years "climatology".
The duration of this activity was 4 hours.Interim artifacts generated by this activity :
NASAchl-ANNUALavg-1998-2018.csvOutput artifacts generated by this activity :
Computing environment : MacOSX
Software used : ArcGIS
Visualization software used : SigmaPlot,Adobe Photoshop
The input object was time bounded starting from January 01, 1998 (00:00 AM)
The input object was time bounded ending at December 31, 2018 (00:00 AM)
The input object was bounded spatially:
This activity resulted in the following :
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