This is part 2 of a two-part series that provides links to 8 gif animations of the 1997/98 El Niño through the 1998/99/00/01 La Niña events. Refer to the general description of the maps in part one here.
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CONTINUATION OF COMPARISON ANIMATIONS
Sea surface temperature anomalies are compared to Pacific Ocean sea surface temperatures (not anomalies) in Animation 5. The sea surface temperature dataset is Reynolds OI.v2.
Animation 6 presents sea surface temperature anomalies versus Remote Sensing Systems (RSS) lower troposphere temperature (TLT) anomalies.
The first of the North Atlantic sea surface temperature animations is Animation 7. With the exception of the graph and the opening few cells which highlight the location of the North Atlantic data, the maps are the same as Animation 1. The graph is different. It includes North Atlantic sea surface temperature anomaly data for the coordinates of 0-70N, 80W-0.
Animation 8 presents only maps of the North Atlantic.
All maps used in the animations were created at the KNMI Climate Explorer: