Worl d Ocea n Atlas 1994 an d CD-RO M Datasets graphic Data Center, User Services Branch, NOAA/ The U.S. National Oceanographic Data Center NESDIS E/OC21, Washington, DC 20235; telephone: (NODC) has released the World Ocean Atlas 1994, a 202-606-4549; fax: 202-606-4586; e-mail: services@ multivolume atlas that presents new climatologies of nodc.noaa.gov. major ocean parameters, and the associated atlas datasets. The atlas volumes and datasets present Cra y YMP/ 8 Available for Model Development global, objectively analyzed fields of ocean tempera- The National Centers for Environmental Prediction ture, salinity, oxygen, oxygen saturation, apparent (NCEP, formerly the National Meteorological Center), oxygen utilization (AOU), phosphate, nitrate, and sili- recognizing the need for improved dynamical models cate on a one-degree latitude-longitude grid for stan- to make possible better climate forecasts and the dard depth levels from the sea surface to 5500 m limited computing capability available to the develop- depth. In addition, the datasets include the ocean ers of such models, is providing its computing facility profile datasets from which the gridded fields were to enhance the national effort in such development. derived. The four atlas volumes present the analyses NCEP is providing 50% of the Cray YMP/8 to the of ocean
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Mar 1, 1995
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