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Berkeley Tmax anom
more information Gridded Berkeley Earth Surface Temperature Anomaly Field
X axis: whole world in 360 1.00° steps, first point at 179.50° W, last point at 179.50° E
Y axis: regular grid with 180 1.00° steps, first point at 89.50° S, last point at 89.50° N

1-daily data available from 01Jan1880 to 31Dec2019 ( 51240 times)
Variable TMAX (Air Surface Temperature Anomaly) in degree C
Full metadata. The associated land/sea mask is available for some operations

Get grid points, average area or generate subset
Mask:   add a mask to the list help
Latitude: °N - °N help
Longitude: °E - °E
Boundaries:
Make: average max min set of grid points subset of the field help
Demand at least: % valid points in this region help
Considering: everything land points sea points show/hide more
only land points only sea points
not land points not sea points
help
Units: convert to Celsius leave in degree C help
helpApply daily high/low-pass filter
filter
cut-off value days
requiring at least % valid data
helpApply year-on-year high/low-pass filter
filter
cut-off value years
requiring at least % valid data
helpCreate a field with lower time resolution
New time scale:
New variable: of Tmax anom
Threshold:
Minimum:% valid data
First apply:-day running mean
Missing data: ignore, climatology, trend, persistence.
helpCreate a field with lower spatial resolution
Average over blocks of longitude and latitude grid cells

Area with extremes
Compute area with annual -day average minimum or maximum extreme beyond 1 in 10 yr return values.

Compute zonal mean

Compute annual cycle
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If you really want to get it here, Berkeley Tmax anom is available as a netcdf file (size 3695.96 MB).