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1. GRACE grids destriped, version dpc200711, equivalent water thickness, 2003-2010 [GRACE-Tellus-0001_dpc200711]
Grids of gravity field time change, expressed as changes in mass of a thin layer draping the surface of the Earth, in cm of equivalent water thickness. Over the oceans, they represent changes in bottom ...


2. Jason-1 Along-Track Near Real-Time Sea Surface Height Anomaly Data [Jason-1_OSDR-SSHA_NRT]
Jason-1 Operational Sensor Data Record Sea Surface Height Anomaly (OSDR-SSHA) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: December 7, 2009 The Jason-1 OSDR-SSHA ...


3. Jason-2 Along-Track Near Real-Time Sea Surface Height Anomaly Data [Jason-2_GPS-OGDR-SSHA]
GPS-based Operational Geophysical Data Record (GPS-OGDR-SSHA) for OSTM/Jason-2 --------------------------------------------------_--------------------------- Date: June 5, 2009 The OSTM/Jason-2 ...


4. IPCC 4th Assessment Model Output Database. [IPCC_AR4_MODEL_OUTPUT]
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) was established by the World Meteorological Organization and the United Nations Environmental Program to assess scientific information on climate ...


5. Archive of measurement of temperature and salinity through the upper 2000 m of the ocean [Global_Argo_Data_Repository]
Argo is an internationally coordinated project that plans to deploy a global array of approximately 3000 sub-surface profiling floats in the period 2000-2006. The objectives of Argo are: (1) to provide ...


6. TOPEX/POSEIDON Merged Geophysical Data Records [GDR-Ms]
The oceans play a fundamental role in maintaining a life-sustaining climate on Earth by transporting an enormous amount of heat through their large scale circulation systems. Understanding the role ...


7. Production, Growth and Retention of Zooplankton and Ichthyoplankton on the Western Bank of the Scotian Shelf, Canada [GLOBEC_029_CAN_006]
The interaction of local and meso-scale physical and biological seasonality and the timing of critical events were shown to be important in the persistence of zooplankton and larval fish on Western ...


8. Production, Growth and Retention of Zooplankton and Ichthyoplankton on the Western Bank of the Scotian Shelf, Canada [GLOBEC_029_CAN_006]
The interaction of local and meso-scale physical and biological seasonality and the timing of critical events were shown to be important in the persistence of zooplankton and larval fish on Western ...


9. Simulation of the Planktonic Ecosystem Response to Pre- and Post-1976 Forcing in an Isopycnic Model of the North Pacific [GLOBEC_030_CAN_007]
A four-component planktonic ecosystem model in an ocean general circulation model was used to investigate fluctuations in North Pacific fish populations. The Miami isopycnic model (MICOM) was implemented ...


10. ADT - Absolute Dynamic Topography [AVISO_ADT]
Contents: along-track sea surface heights above geoid; dynamic topography is the sum of sea level anomaly (SLA) and mean dynamic topography (MDT, Rio05 here) Use: study of the general circulation ...


11. MADT - Maps of Absolute Dynamic Topography and Absolute Geostrophic Velocities [AVISO_MADT]
Contents: gridded sea surface heights above geoid; dynamic topography is the sum of sea level anomaly (SLA) and mean dynamic topography (MDT, Rio05 here) Use: study of the general circulation (ocean ...


12. Role of dynamics and biological processes on the CO2 balance in the southern Atlantic and Austral Oceans. [JCADM_CDA_DNA_ARGAU_OCEAN]
Title: Role of dynamics and biological processes on the CO2 balance in the southern Atlantic and Austral Oceans: A biological approximation to the different trophic regimes and phytoplankton communities. ...


13. GRACE grids destriped, version dpc200711, equivalent water thickness, 2003-2010 [GRACE-Tellus-0001]
Grids of gravity field time change, expressed as changes in mass of a thin layer draping the surface of the Earth, in cm of equivalent water thickness. Over the oceans, they represent changes in bottom ...


14. Simulation of the Planktonic Ecosystem Response to Pre- and Post-1976 Forcing in an Isopycnic Model of the North Pacific [GLOBEC_030_CAN_007]
A four-component planktonic ecosystem model in an ocean general circulation model was used to investigate fluctuations in North Pacific fish populations. The Miami isopycnic model (MICOM) was implemented ...


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