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<p><strong>PI:</strong> J. J. Bisagni <strong>Dataset:</strong> Daily Cloud-Free, AVHRR-Derived, Optimally Interpolated (OI) SST movies</p> <p>The files are listed by calendar year, have a time-step of 1 day, are in Quicktime format, and vary in size from ~3-12 Mbytes. Also shown is our standard temperature color bar legend.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <h2>OI SST Movies</h2> <p>Daily AVHRR-derived OI SST movies for the GOMRMRP &amp; U.S. GLOBEC Georges Bank Program studies</p> <p>Domain:</p> <p>39.107-45.511 deg N latitude, 63.504-72.164 deg W longitude,</p> <h2>Data Provider:</h2> <pre> Dr. J. J. Bisagni NOAA/NMFS/ 28 Tarzwell Drive/ Narragansett, RI 02882/ <a href="mailto:bisagni@fish1.gso.uri.edu">bisagni@fish1.gso.uri.edu</a> (401) 782-3313 </pre> <h2>Notes:</h2> <ul> <li>Please see documentation provided for OI SST Images.</li> </ul> <p>As a courtesy, please notify Jim Bisagni via email about your intent to use the SST OI fields, so that he may keep a record.</p>

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<p>IODP-347 Drill Sites</p> <p>Data for sites downloaded from: http://iodp.pangaea.de/front_content.php?idcat=587</p> <p>Note: Drill site locations used for deployment locations table</p> <p><a href="http://dmoserv3.whoi.edu/data_docs/IODP_347/Expedition_347_101_Summary.pdf" target="_blank">IODP-347 Expedition Summary</a></p>

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<p>PI: J. J. Bisagni<br /> Dataset: Daily Cloud-Free, AVHRR-Derived, Optimally Interpolated (OI) SST images</p> <h4>OI SST Images</h4> <p>Daily AVHRR-derived OI SST images for the GOMRMRP &amp; U.S. GLOBEC Georges Bank Program studies</p> <p>Domain: 39.107 - 45.511 degree North latitude, 63.504-72.164 degree West longitude,</p> <p>4 October 1993 - 31 December 1998</p> <h4>Data Provider</h4> <address>&nbsp;</address> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Dr. J. J. Bisagni<br /> Center for Marine Science and Technology<br /> University of Massachusetts<br /> 285 Old Westport Road<br /> North Dartmouth, MA 02747<br /> 508-999-8359<br /> jbisagni@umassd.edu<br /> FAX: 508-999-8197</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <h4>Notes</h4> <ul> <li>The image aspect ratio is now correct. The images should be square. This problem within the IDL engine was solved November 2007 by switching to the ferret application to generate the images.</li> <li>Images were constructed by first using bi-cubic spline interpolation of the 5-day averaged OI SST grids (produced at 5-day intervals through GOMRMRP funding). The 5-day images were then interpolated linearly in time to produce daily images.</li> <li>Information/validation regarding the gridded OI data and the (ASCII) grids are available J. Bisagni at the address above.</li> <li>Images are 512 X 512 pixels, possess a resolution of ~7 km and are displayed as .GIF images.</li> <li>The archive "switches" from NOAA-11 to NOAA-9 during September 1994 due to the NOAA-11 failure in September 1994.</li> <li>The archive currently ends on 5 August 1995 due to the failure of NOAA-9</li> <li>*NOTE*: These data are preliminary. Adjustment of data from each satellite (NOAA-9, NOAA-11 and NOAA-14) relative to sea truth values from NOAA data buoys will result in a final calibrated data set at sometime in the future.</li> <li>The colorbar used is derived from so-called Pete's Palette, or pete24, and converted to an equivalent palette in the ferret scheme. (See <a href="/globec-dir/data_doc/petespalette.txt" target="_blank"> petespalette.spk</a>.</li> </ul> <h4>Downloading the image</h4> <p>You can capture the gif image if your browser has that capability.</p> <p>As a courtesy, please notify Jim Bisagni via <a href="mailto:jbisagni@umassd.edu">email</a> about your intent to use the SST OI fields, so that he may keep a record.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <hr /> <p><em>Last edited: November 14, 2007</em></p>

source:BCO-DMO Score: 0.1143905226696715

<p>PI: J. J. Bisagni<br /> Dataset: Daily Cloud-Free, AVHRR-Derived, Optimally Interpolated (OI) SST images</p> <h4>OI SST Images</h4> <p>Daily AVHRR-derived OI SST images for the GOMRMRP &amp; U.S. GLOBEC Georges Bank Program studies</p> <p>Domain: 39.107 - 45.511 degree North latitude, 63.504-72.164 degree West longitude,</p> <p>4 October 1993 - 31 December 1998</p> <h4>Data Provider</h4> <address>&nbsp;</address> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Dr. J. J. Bisagni<br /> Center for Marine Science and Technology<br /> University of Massachusetts<br /> 285 Old Westport Road<br /> North Dartmouth, MA 02747<br /> 508-999-8359<br /> jbisagni@umassd.edu<br /> FAX: 508-999-8197</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <h4>Notes</h4> <ul> <li>The image aspect ratio is now correct. The images should be square. This problem within the IDL engine was solved November 2007 by switching to the ferret application to generate the images.</li> <li>Images were constructed by first using bi-cubic spline interpolation of the 5-day averaged OI SST grids (produced at 5-day intervals through GOMRMRP funding). The 5-day images were then interpolated linearly in time to produce daily images.</li> <li>Information/validation regarding the gridded OI data and the (ASCII) grids are available J. Bisagni at the address above.</li> <li>Images are 512 X 512 pixels, possess a resolution of ~7 km and are displayed as .GIF images.</li> <li>The archive "switches" from NOAA-11 to NOAA-9 during September 1994 due to the NOAA-11 failure in September 1994.</li> <li>The archive currently ends on 5 August 1995 due to the failure of NOAA-9</li> <li>*NOTE*: These data are preliminary. Adjustment of data from each satellite (NOAA-9, NOAA-11 and NOAA-14) relative to sea truth values from NOAA data buoys will result in a final calibrated data set at sometime in the future.</li> <li>The colorbar used is derived from so-called Pete's Palette, or pete24, and converted to an equivalent palette in the ferret scheme. (See <a href="/globec-dir/data_doc/petespalette.txt" target="_blank"> petespalette.spk</a>.</li> </ul> <h4>Downloading the image</h4> <p>You can capture the gif image if your browser has that capability.</p> <p>As a courtesy, please notify Jim Bisagni via <a href="mailto:jbisagni@umassd.edu">email</a> about your intent to use the SST OI fields, so that he may keep a record.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <hr /> <p><em>Last edited: November 14, 2007</em></p>

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<p>PI: J. J. Bisagni<br /> Dataset: Daily Cloud-Free, AVHRR-Derived, Optimally Interpolated (OI) SST images</p> <h4>OI SST Images</h4> <p>Daily AVHRR-derived OI SST images for the GOMRMRP &amp; U.S. GLOBEC Georges Bank Program studies</p> <p>Domain: 39.107 - 45.511 degree North latitude, 63.504-72.164 degree West longitude,</p> <p>4 October 1993 - 31 December 1998</p> <h4>Data Provider</h4> <address>&nbsp;</address> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Dr. J. J. Bisagni<br /> Center for Marine Science and Technology<br /> University of Massachusetts<br /> 285 Old Westport Road<br /> North Dartmouth, MA 02747<br /> 508-999-8359<br /> jbisagni@umassd.edu<br /> FAX: 508-999-8197</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <h4>Notes</h4> <ul> <li>The image aspect ratio is now correct. The images should be square. This problem within the IDL engine was solved November 2007 by switching to the ferret application to generate the images.</li> <li>Images were constructed by first using bi-cubic spline interpolation of the 5-day averaged OI SST grids (produced at 5-day intervals through GOMRMRP funding). The 5-day images were then interpolated linearly in time to produce daily images.</li> <li>Information/validation regarding the gridded OI data and the (ASCII) grids are available J. Bisagni at the address above.</li> <li>Images are 512 X 512 pixels, possess a resolution of ~7 km and are displayed as .GIF images.</li> <li>The archive "switches" from NOAA-11 to NOAA-9 during September 1994 due to the NOAA-11 failure in September 1994.</li> <li>The archive currently ends on 5 August 1995 due to the failure of NOAA-9</li> <li>*NOTE*: These data are preliminary. Adjustment of data from each satellite (NOAA-9, NOAA-11 and NOAA-14) relative to sea truth values from NOAA data buoys will result in a final calibrated data set at sometime in the future.</li> <li>The colorbar used is derived from so-called Pete's Palette, or pete24, and converted to an equivalent palette in the ferret scheme. (See <a href="/globec-dir/data_doc/petespalette.txt" target="_blank"> petespalette.spk</a>.</li> </ul> <h4>Downloading the image</h4> <p>You can capture the gif image if your browser has that capability.</p> <p>As a courtesy, please notify Jim Bisagni via <a href="mailto:jbisagni@umassd.edu">email</a> about your intent to use the SST OI fields, so that he may keep a record.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <hr /> <p><em>Last edited: November 14, 2007</em></p>

source:BCO-DMO Score: 0.11379820361948412

<p>PI: J. J. Bisagni<br /> Dataset: Daily Cloud-Free, AVHRR-Derived, Optimally Interpolated (OI) SST images</p> <h4>OI SST Images</h4> <p>Daily AVHRR-derived OI SST images for the GOMRMRP &amp; U.S. GLOBEC Georges Bank Program studies</p> <p>Domain: 39.107 - 45.511 degree North latitude, 63.504-72.164 degree West longitude,</p> <p>4 October 1993 - 31 December 1998</p> <h4>Data Provider</h4> <address>&nbsp;</address> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Dr. J. J. Bisagni<br /> Center for Marine Science and Technology<br /> University of Massachusetts<br /> 285 Old Westport Road<br /> North Dartmouth, MA 02747<br /> 508-999-8359<br /> jbisagni@umassd.edu<br /> FAX: 508-999-8197</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <h4>Notes</h4> <ul> <li>The image aspect ratio is now correct. The images should be square. This problem within the IDL engine was solved November 2007 by switching to the ferret application to generate the images.</li> <li>Images were constructed by first using bi-cubic spline interpolation of the 5-day averaged OI SST grids (produced at 5-day intervals through GOMRMRP funding). The 5-day images were then interpolated linearly in time to produce daily images.</li> <li>Information/validation regarding the gridded OI data and the (ASCII) grids are available J. Bisagni at the address above.</li> <li>Images are 512 X 512 pixels, possess a resolution of ~7 km and are displayed as .GIF images.</li> <li>The archive "switches" from NOAA-11 to NOAA-9 during September 1994 due to the NOAA-11 failure in September 1994.</li> <li>The archive currently ends on 5 August 1995 due to the failure of NOAA-9</li> <li>*NOTE*: These data are preliminary. Adjustment of data from each satellite (NOAA-9, NOAA-11 and NOAA-14) relative to sea truth values from NOAA data buoys will result in a final calibrated data set at sometime in the future.</li> <li>The colorbar used is derived from so-called Pete's Palette, or pete24, and converted to an equivalent palette in the ferret scheme. (See <a href="/globec-dir/data_doc/petespalette.txt" target="_blank"> petespalette.spk</a>.</li> </ul> <h4>Downloading the image</h4> <p>You can capture the gif image if your browser has that capability.</p> <p>As a courtesy, please notify Jim Bisagni via <a href="mailto:jbisagni@umassd.edu">email</a> about your intent to use the SST OI fields, so that he may keep a record.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <hr /> <p><em>Last edited: November 14, 2007</em></p>

source:BCO-DMO Score: 0.11379820361948412

<p>PI: J. J. Bisagni<br /> Dataset: Daily Cloud-Free, AVHRR-Derived, Optimally Interpolated (OI) SST images</p> <h4>OI SST Images</h4> <p>Daily AVHRR-derived OI SST images for the GOMRMRP &amp; U.S. GLOBEC Georges Bank Program studies</p> <p>Domain: 39.107 - 45.511 degree North latitude, 63.504-72.164 degree West longitude,</p> <p>4 October 1993 - 31 December 1998</p> <h4>Data Provider</h4> <address>&nbsp;</address> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Dr. J. J. Bisagni<br /> Center for Marine Science and Technology<br /> University of Massachusetts<br /> 285 Old Westport Road<br /> North Dartmouth, MA 02747<br /> 508-999-8359<br /> jbisagni@umassd.edu<br /> FAX: 508-999-8197</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <h4>Notes</h4> <ul> <li>The image aspect ratio is now correct. The images should be square. This problem within the IDL engine was solved November 2007 by switching to the ferret application to generate the images.</li> <li>Images were constructed by first using bi-cubic spline interpolation of the 5-day averaged OI SST grids (produced at 5-day intervals through GOMRMRP funding). The 5-day images were then interpolated linearly in time to produce daily images.</li> <li>Information/validation regarding the gridded OI data and the (ASCII) grids are available J. Bisagni at the address above.</li> <li>Images are 512 X 512 pixels, possess a resolution of ~7 km and are displayed as .GIF images.</li> <li>The archive "switches" from NOAA-11 to NOAA-9 during September 1994 due to the NOAA-11 failure in September 1994.</li> <li>The archive currently ends on 5 August 1995 due to the failure of NOAA-9</li> <li>*NOTE*: These data are preliminary. Adjustment of data from each satellite (NOAA-9, NOAA-11 and NOAA-14) relative to sea truth values from NOAA data buoys will result in a final calibrated data set at sometime in the future.</li> <li>The colorbar used is derived from so-called Pete's Palette, or pete24, and converted to an equivalent palette in the ferret scheme. (See <a href="/globec-dir/data_doc/petespalette.txt" target="_blank"> petespalette.spk</a>.</li> </ul> <h4>Downloading the image</h4> <p>You can capture the gif image if your browser has that capability.</p> <p>As a courtesy, please notify Jim Bisagni via <a href="mailto:jbisagni@umassd.edu">email</a> about your intent to use the SST OI fields, so that he may keep a record.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <hr /> <p><em>Last edited: November 14, 2007</em></p>

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<p>PI: J. J. Bisagni<br /> Dataset: Daily Cloud-Free, AVHRR-Derived, Optimally Interpolated (OI) SST images</p> <h4>OI SST Images</h4> <p>Daily AVHRR-derived OI SST images for the GOMRMRP &amp; U.S. GLOBEC Georges Bank Program studies</p> <p>Domain: 39.107 - 45.511 degree North latitude, 63.504-72.164 degree West longitude,</p> <p>4 October 1993 - 31 December 1998</p> <h4>Data Provider</h4> <address>&nbsp;</address> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Dr. J. J. Bisagni<br /> Center for Marine Science and Technology<br /> University of Massachusetts<br /> 285 Old Westport Road<br /> North Dartmouth, MA 02747<br /> 508-999-8359<br /> jbisagni@umassd.edu<br /> FAX: 508-999-8197</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <h4>Notes</h4> <ul> <li>The image aspect ratio is now correct. The images should be square. This problem within the IDL engine was solved November 2007 by switching to the ferret application to generate the images.</li> <li>Images were constructed by first using bi-cubic spline interpolation of the 5-day averaged OI SST grids (produced at 5-day intervals through GOMRMRP funding). The 5-day images were then interpolated linearly in time to produce daily images.</li> <li>Information/validation regarding the gridded OI data and the (ASCII) grids are available J. Bisagni at the address above.</li> <li>Images are 512 X 512 pixels, possess a resolution of ~7 km and are displayed as .GIF images.</li> <li>The archive "switches" from NOAA-11 to NOAA-9 during September 1994 due to the NOAA-11 failure in September 1994.</li> <li>The archive currently ends on 5 August 1995 due to the failure of NOAA-9</li> <li>*NOTE*: These data are preliminary. Adjustment of data from each satellite (NOAA-9, NOAA-11 and NOAA-14) relative to sea truth values from NOAA data buoys will result in a final calibrated data set at sometime in the future.</li> <li>The colorbar used is derived from so-called Pete's Palette, or pete24, and converted to an equivalent palette in the ferret scheme. (See <a href="/globec-dir/data_doc/petespalette.txt" target="_blank"> petespalette.spk</a>.</li> </ul> <h4>Downloading the image</h4> <p>You can capture the gif image if your browser has that capability.</p> <p>As a courtesy, please notify Jim Bisagni via <a href="mailto:jbisagni@umassd.edu">email</a> about your intent to use the SST OI fields, so that he may keep a record.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <hr /> <p><em>Last edited: November 14, 2007</em></p>

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<p>Carbonate chemistry and isotopes from nine M/S Columbus Waikato cruises between New Zealand and Long Beach, CA in the Pacific Basin from 2004-2006. This dataset includes dissolved inorganic carbon (DIC), and del13C-DIC.&nbsp;</p>

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