Interannual Variability in Upper-Ocean Heat Content , Temperature and Thermosteric Expansion on Global Scales

@inproceedings{Willis2004InterannualVI,
  title={Interannual Variability in Upper-Ocean Heat Content , Temperature and Thermosteric Expansion on Global Scales},
  author={Josh K. Willis and D. H. Roemmich and Bruce D. Cornuelle},
  year={2004}
}
Satellite altimetric height was combined with approximately 1,000,000 in situ temperature profiles to produce global estimates of upper-ocean heat content, temperature and thermosteric sea-level variability on interannual time scales. Maps of these quantities from mid-1993 through mid-2003 were calculated using the technique developed by Willis et al. [2003]. The time series of globally averaged heat content contains some interannual variability and implies an oceanic warming rate of 0.86 ± 0… CONTINUE READING
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