Detail View: NASA Scientific Visualization Studio Collection: Sea Surface Temperature Anomaly from July 5, 2001 to March 10, 2002

Title: 
Sea Surface Temperature Anomaly from July 5, 2001 to March 10, 2002
Instrument: 
Terra/MODIS
Description: 
This image shows the difference between the average climatology and the actual sea surface temperature over the Pacific Ocean on December 24, 2001.
Abstract: 
This animation depicts the difference between the actual sea surface temperature and the average climatology data. Blue areas indicate temperatures colder than average while red areas indicate regions that are warmer. Temperature values between -4 degrees and +3 degrees are mapped to gradient color ramps, and regions with less than one degree deviation from average are shown as grey.
Completed: 
2002-04-10
Credit: 
*Please give credit for this visualization to* NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Scientific Visualization Studio
Studio: 
SVS
Animator: 
Cindy Starr (Lead)
Scientist: 
David Adamec (NASA/GSFC)
Data Collected: 
July 5, 2001 to March 10, 2002
Keywords: 
DLESE
Video: 
SVS2002-0012* * *
facet_where: 
Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC)
facet_when: 
December 24, 2001
facet_what: 
SST
facet_when_year: 
2001
Animation Number: 
2432
UID: 
SPD-SCIVS-http://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/vis/a000000/a002400/a002432/sstanomstill.0358-IMAGE
original url: 
http://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/vis/a000000/a002400/a002432/