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Lively Data, 2005

Dec. 15, 2005: About Eddy Kinetic Energy (1/2)
Mesoscale phenomena studies using satellite altimetry allow us a global observation of eddy variability. The LAS uses here the U and V meridian and zonal geostrophic currents components.
Nov. 17, 2005: Averages in slice
Temporal or spatial vizualisation, comparison..., it is quite easy to use statistics with the Live Access Server.
Oct. 14, 2005: Wind and waves
Mapping Wind datasets from altimetry, in the Gulf of Mexico area and in late august 2005, gives a vizualisation of Katrina hurricane.
Sep. 15, 2005: Anomalies in geostrophic currents
Live Access Server enable you to plot two sorts of geostrophic currents: absolute geostrophic velocities or geostrophic velocity anomalies
Aug. 17, 2005: The seasons of the Gulf Stream
The Gulf Stream is subject to seasonal variations in terms of both geographic location and intensity : it appears further north in October than in April and also more intense
July 13, 2005: Variations on MDT
Illustration around the MDT which represents the stationnary component of total current, so MDT is still the same from a date to another.
June 17, 2005: Kuroshio and Gulf Stream
Observing oceanic variability (e.g Absolute Dynamic Topography's variance) within North Pacific and Atlantic basins via the LAS is an interesting way to show Kuroshio and Gulf Stream.
May 23, 2005: Looks on indian monsoon
In this Lively Data, we can visualize wind's variability via annual mean and variance of wind modulus.
Apr. 20, 2005: Geostrophic velocities on the loop
The Loop Current is one of the most peculiar currents: it goes in the Gulf of Mexico by the Yucatan Strait. From the main current, warm eddies are shredded, around which strong currents turn.
March 18, 2005: Resolution and smoothing
Different spatial resolutions are represented with the LAS : the options like "smooth" and "raster" enable you to make your choice.
Feb. 15, 2005: Waves in statistics
Waves in statistics : minimum, maximum, mean and variance of significant wave heights over one year, all over the globe.
Jan. 17, 2005: The right color scale for the right data
A few example of Sea Level Anomalies visualization with different color scales. Application to the Benguela current.
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