International Council for the Exploration of the Sea
Browse
ICES Marine Science Symposia - Volume 219 - 2003 - Part 47 of 75.pdf (1.11 MB)
Download file

Frontal climatology based on advanced very high resolution radiometer sea surface temperatures in the eastern North Sea

Download (1.11 MB)
report
posted on 2023-05-23, 08:40 authored by Anne E. Lucas, W. Paul Budgell

In an attempt to map the distribution of fronts within the North Sea, a two-pass filtering technique is used to identify temperature gradients on NOAA-AVHRR SST data. Even with 8-day, 9-km resolution, seasonal trends in frontal regimes can be identified.

Article from Marine Science Symposia Vol. 219 - "Hydrobiological variability in the ICES Area, 1990-1999", symposium held in Edinburgh, 8-10 August 2001. To access  the remaining articles please click on the keyword "MSS Vol. 219". 

History

Series

ICES Marine Science Symposia

Volume

219

ISSN

2708-9216

Recommended citation

Lucas, A, E., and Budgell, W. P. 2003, Frontal climatology based on advanced very high resolution radiometer sea surface temperatures in the eastern North Sea. ICES Marine Science Symposia, 219: 356-358. https://doi.org/10.17895/ices.pub.19271882