RClimate Script: Sea Surface Temperature (SST) Anomaly Trends

This RClimate Script lets users retrieve and plot the National Climatic Data Center’s monthly Sea Surface Temperature (SST) Anomaly dat series .  Links to the NCDC data file and my RClimate script are included. Users can run my script with a simple R source() statement.

NCDC  SST Anomaly

I’ve discussed the Hadley SST anomaly trends in this earlier post.

Here’s NCDC’s global SST anomaly data series trend since 1880.

This chart shows the decadal means and highlights the latest monthly SST anomaly.

Here are the data and RClimate Script links:

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4 responses to “RClimate Script: Sea Surface Temperature (SST) Anomaly Trends

  1. the forthcoming trend will hopefully solve arguments pro and con global warming

  2. Is there a free global dataset to calculate maximum wind gust reached during given day (for example Kyrill in Europe during 17 and 18 January 2007) from? Is there a script to perform such calculation using R?

  3. Pingback: RClimate Script:Sea Surface Temperature (SST) Anomaly Trends … « Script

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