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1. Monthly Drifter SST and Current Anomalies Map [aoml_climatology]
Monthly Drifter SST and Current Anomalies Map (Starting from January 2000, and only Atlantic ocean) Drifter-observed monthly anomalies of SST and currents. A product of the Atlantic Oceanographic ...

2. Satellite-Tracked Drifter Animation Currents and SST [aoml_move1]
Animations of seasonal currents (arrows) and sea surface temperature (background shading) derived from surface drifter observations. Animations are available for: North Atlantic South Atlantic Equatorial ...

3. TOGA/WOCE Lagrangian Drifting Buoy Data; from NOAA's Atlantic Oceanographic and Meterological Laboratory [OAR0164]
NOAA's Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory (AOML) manages the deployment of drifting buoys around the world to monitor ocean circulation and provide ground-truth sea surface temperature ...

4. A drifter-derived climatology of tropical Atlantic circulation [aoml_drifter_cliamtology]
On this page, you will find a climatology of near-surface currents and SST for the tropical Atlantic Ocean, at one degree resolution, derived from satellite-tracked surface drifting bouy observations. ...

5. Drifting Buoy Data for the Global Ocean; Position, Surface Pressure, and Surface/Subsurface Temperature [MEDS_DRIBU]
Drifting Buoy (DRIBU) data have been gathered from a number of different sensors mounted on drifting buoys. Drifting buoy data includes the buoy position, date, time and, in ...

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