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Mediterranean Sea Surface Temperatures

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The European Space Agency has posted an animated map, a one minute movie, showing the fluctuations in sea surface temperature of the Mediterranean Sea. The period covered runs from the beginning of September, 2005 to the middle of March, 2006 and is based on Medspiration 2 km by 2km resolution data updated every 24 hours. The map is interesting to watch although it suffers from using a counter-intuitive colour grid (red should generally appear as one of the warmer colours).

2 Responses to “Mediterranean Sea Surface Temperatures”

  1. Anonymous Julius Blumfeld 

    Interesting graphic but the red thing is incredibly annoying. Any idea why they chose to do it that way?

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