Clark Labs Now Shipping IDRISI Selva
Worcester, MA--Clark Labs is pleased to announce that IDRISI Selva, the 17th version of its geospatial software for monitoring and modeling the Earth system, is now shipping. Enhancements include:
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An Extended Empirical Orthogonal Teleconnection (EEOT) analysis of anomalies in sea surface temperature (SST) and anomalies in lower tropospheric temperature (TLT) over the 1982-2010 period. The first EEOT is clearly the El Niño phenomenon. The warming in the equatorial Pacific is very evident in the SST anomalies. However, what is interesting is that the atmospheric response is far more extensive, with positive anomalies in TLT being spread throughout the tropics – a coupled ocean-atmosphere phenomenon known as the atmospheric bridge.