Upwelling Index, 51N 131W, 6-hourly

Upwelling index computed from 1-degree FNMOC sea level pressure for 15 locations off the North American West Coast at each 3 degrees of latitude from 21N to 60N. The coastal Upwelling Index is an index of the strength of the wind forcing on the ocean which has been used in many studies of the effects of ocean variability on the reproductive and recruitment success of many fish and invertebrate species.

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Last Updated November 5, 2019, 11:30
Created February 25, 2019, 05:54
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