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dataset : Combined Global Land Ocean Temperature Anomalies
Combined Global Land Ocean Temperature Anomalies
Global temperature anomaly data come from the Global Historical Climatology Network-Monthly (GHCN-M) data set and International Comprehensive Ocean-Atmosphere Data Set (ICOADS), which have data from 1880 to the present. These two datasets are blended into a single product to produce the combined global land and ocean temperature anomalies. The available timeseries of global-scale temperature anomalies are calculated with respect to the 20th century average, while the mapping tool displays global-scale temperature anomalies with respect to the 1981-2010 base period. For more information on these anomalies, please visit Global Surface Temperature Anomalies.www.ncdc.noaa.gov
The time range for this dataset starts at January 01, 1880 (00:33 AM).
The spatial range for this dataset is -80° to 80° latitude, and -180° to 180° longitude. map (center)
- 4 arrays were derived from this dataset : array e32d9ba1 (135x2), array 437026cb (138x2), array 721e80a8 (139x2), array cf72c89b (140x2)
- 4 images were derived from this dataset : image 22abc7fa, image fc3ba23d, image 0154f4a3, image e7297bed
When citing this dataset please refer to Menne, M.J., I. Durre, B. Korzeniewski, S. McNeal, K. Thomas, X. Yin, S. Anthony, R. Ray, R.S. Vose, B.E.Gleason, and T.G. Houston, 2012: Global Historical Climatology Network - Daily (GHCN-Daily), Version 3.2. Smith, T.M., R.W. Reynolds, T.C. Peterson, and J. Lawrimore, 2008: Improvements NOAAs Historical Merged Land–Ocean Temp Analysis (1880–2006). Journal of Climate, 21, 2283–2296..
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