Monthly Archives: October 2008

>ERSST.v3 Version of Arctic Ocean SST Anomaly

>INTRODUCTION A little less than a month ago I posted about the significant differences between the second version (ERSST.v2) and third version (ERSST.v3) of the Southern Ocean SST data sets as presented in the Extended Reconstructed Sea Surface Temperature by … Continue reading

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>Southern Oscillation Index Update 10-3-08

>The Southern Oscillation Index (SOI) is the surface pressure component of ENSO. It usually precedes the NINO3.4 SST changes by a few months. The SOI has risen for the 4th consecutive month. Refer to Figure 1. It appears we’re in … Continue reading

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>Tropical SST Anomalies Revisited – West Pacific Ocean

>PREVIOUS POSTS IN SERIES Tropical SST Anomalies Revisited – Introductionhttp://bobtisdale.blogspot.com/2008/09/tropical-sst-anomalies-revisited.html Tropical SST Anomalies Revisited – Atlantic Oceanhttp://bobtisdale.blogspot.com/2008/09/tropical-sst-anomalies-revisited_24.html Tropical SST Anomalies Revisited – East Pacific Oceanhttp://bobtisdale.blogspot.com/2008/09/tropical-sst-anomalies-revisited-east.html INTRODUCTION While this post does deal primarily with Tropical West Pacific SST anomalies, it also … Continue reading

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>Has Anyone Heard of a 40-Year Lag Between Solar And PDO/ENSO? – POST DELETED

>I posted a discussion with the title “Has Anyone Heard of a 40-Year Lag Between Solar And PDO/ENSO?” back in early June 2008. I deleted it recently for a number of reasons. Just thought I’d let you know, just in … Continue reading

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