Variability of Diurnal Sea Surface Temperature during Short Term and High SST Event in the Western Equatorial Pacific as Revealed by Satellite Data

Near-surface diurnal warming is an important process in the climate system, driving exchanges of water vapor and heat between the ocean and the atmosphere. The occurrence of the hot event (HE) is associated with the high diurnal sea surface temperature amplitude (δSST), which is defined as the diffe...

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Main Authors: Anindya Wirasatriya, Kohtaro Hosoda, Joga Dharma Setiawan, R. Dwi Susanto
Format: Article
Published: MDPI AG 2020-10-01
Series:Remote Sensing
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