Ecoregional Analysis of Nearshore Sea-Surface Temperature in the North Pacific

@inproceedings{Payne2012EcoregionalAO,
  title={Ecoregional Analysis of Nearshore Sea-Surface Temperature in the North Pacific},
  author={Meredith C. Payne and Cheryl A. Brown and Deborah A. Reusser and Henry K. Lee},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2012}
}
The quantification and description of sea surface temperature (SST) is critically important because it can influence the distribution, migration, and invasion of marine species; furthermore, SSTs are expected to be affected by climate change. To better understand present temperature regimes, we assembled a 29-year nearshore time series of mean monthly SSTs along the North Pacific coastline using remotely-sensed satellite data collected with the Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer (AVHRR… CONTINUE READING

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