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    Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://ir.lib.ksu.edu.tw/handle/987654321/19514

    Title: Climate Related Natural Modes in Sea Surface Temperature and Sea Level Variability
    Authors: Chen, Ge
    Qian, Chengcheng
    Wang, Zhenzhen
    Contributor: Department of Marine Technology, College of Information Science & Engineering Ocean University of China
    Keywords: Natural mode
    sea level
    sea surface temperature
    Date: 2010-10-13
    Issue Date: 2013-07-08 11:20:32 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 崑山科技大學
    Abstract: A two-dimensional propagating modal extraction technique is applied to a reconstructed global monthly sea surface temperature (SST) dataset spanning 1854 through 2007, and an altimeter measured global weekly sea level anomaly (SLA) dataset starting from 1992 and lasting until 2009, in order to reexamine the spatiotemporal structure of SST and SLA variability with an emphasis on their fine modal patterns. In the time domain, the global SST and SLA variabilities are dominated by 7 and 11 statistically significant and geographically robust primary modes at seasonal to interdecadal timescales. In the space domain, the locations of SST and SLA primary modes are found to be geographically correlated, and a number of modally active zones are clearly identified. It is concluded that multi-modality (for a given region) and multi-regionality (for a given mode) are fundamental features of the global ocean system.
    Relation: 2010 海峽兩岸大學校長論壇暨科學技術研討會
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