Sea Surface Temperature (SST) Anomaly - Near Real Time

  • Released Monday, October 16, 2023
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An equirectangular view of sea surface temperature (SST) anomaly data for the past two and half years, updated daily to include the latest available data.

This visualization shows Sea Surface Temperature (SST) Anomaly data from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) Multi-scale Ultra-high Resolution (MUR) Sea Surface Temperature Analysis. The analysis data is near-real-time (one day latency) and the visualization is updated daily to include the latest available data.

Data available here: https://podaac.jpl.nasa.gov/dataset/MUR-JPL-L4-GLOB-v4.1

Still image of the most recent sea surface temperature (SST) anomaly data available. Equirectangular view.

Still image of the most recent sea surface temperature (SST) anomaly data available. Equirectangular view.

An equirectangular view of sea surface temperature (SST) anomaly data for the past two and half years, updated daily to include the latest available data. This version is centered on the Pacific.

Still image of the most recent sea surface temperature (SST) anomaly data available. Equirectangular view. This version is centered on the Pacific Ocean.

Still image of the most recent sea surface temperature (SST) anomaly data available. Equirectangular view. This version is centered on the Pacific Ocean.

An equirectangular view of the most recent sea surface temperature (SST) anomaly data available (still image). This version has no datestamp.

Still image of the most recent sea surface temperature (SST) anomaly data available. Equirectangular view. This version has no datestamp.

Still image of the most recent sea surface temperature (SST) anomaly data available. Equirectangular view. This version has no datestamp.

A view of sea surface temperature (SST) anomaly data for the past two and half years, updated daily to include the latest available data. This version is a robinson projection.

Still image of the most recent sea surface temperature (SST) anomaly data available. Robinson projection.

Still image of the most recent sea surface temperature (SST) anomaly data available. Robinson projection.

This is the colorbar for SeaSurface Temperature (SST) anomaly data shown above. The color shading changes from blue - white - red. And the color range is -4 to 4 with the unit of degrees Celsius.

This is the colorbar for SeaSurface Temperature (SST) anomaly data shown above. The color shading changes from blue - white - red. And the color range is -4 to 4 with the unit of degrees Celsius.



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This page was originally published on Monday, October 16, 2023.
This page was last updated on Wednesday, July 24, 2024 at 7:32 PM EDT.


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