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a visualization of global weather conditionsforecast by supercomputersupdated every three hours ocean surface current estimatesupdated every five days ocean surface temperatures andanomaly from daily average (1981-2011)updated daily ocean wavesupdated every three hours atmospheric pressure corresponds roughly to altitudeseveral pressure layers are meteorologically interestingthey show data assuming the earth is completely smoothnote: 1 hectopascal (h Pa) = 1 millibar (mb) the "Surface" layer represents conditions at ground or water levelthis layer follows the contours of mountains, valleys, etc.
overlays show another dimension of data using colorsome overlays are valid at a specific heightwhile others are valid for the entire thickness of the atmosphere about ocean waves Significant Wave Height is the average height of the highest 1/3 of waves at a particular point in the ocean.
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surface concentration, I noticed the NASA GEOS-5 model reports a global mean concentration that differs significantly from widely reported numbers. To bring the GEOS-5 results closer to contemporary numbers, I have added a uniform offset of 32 ppmv, increasing the global mean to 400 ppmv.
For example, from the run at 2015-11-23 UTC, the global mean is only 368 ppmv whereas CO over time? This is not scientifically valid, but it does allow the visualization to become illustrative of the discussion occurring today around atmospheric CO.
This has the effect, though, of creating "boundaries" between regions of ocean where the #1 wave group suddenly switches to second place.
Often these boundaries represent swell fronts, but other times they are just artifacts of the ranking mechanism.
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