South China Sea warm pool detected in spring from the Navy's Master Oceanographic Observational Data Set (MOODS)

@inproceedings{Chu1997SouthCS,
  title={South China Sea warm pool detected in spring from the Navy's Master Oceanographic Observational Data Set (MOODS)},
  author={Peter C. Chu and H. K. Tseng and C. P. Chang and Jing Ming. Chen},
  year={1997}
}
A South China Sea warm pool with sea surface temperature (SST) higher than 29.5øC, recently reported by Chu and Chang [1995a, b] and Chu et al. [1997], appears in the central South China Sea (west of the Luzon Island) in boreal spring, strengthens until the onset of the summer monsoon (mid-May), and then weakens and disappears at the end of May. The transient features and interannual variabilities of the warm pool have not yet been studied. Here we use a subset of the U.S. Navy's Master… CONTINUE READING

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