TAO Home About Tao Project Data display pages Data display pages El Niño and La Niña information Site map
TAO
Upper Ocean Temperature and Dynamic Height
1. JAVAScript Animation
2. GIF Animation
3. Large JAVAScript Animation
4. Large GIF Animation
5. Virtual Reality Animation
20°C Isotherm and Upper Ocean Temperature at the Equator
1. JAVAScript Animation
2. GIF Animation
3. Large JAVASript Animation
4. Large GIF Animation
20°C Isotherm and Upper Ocean Temperature and Current at the Equator
1. JAVAScript Animation
2. GIF Animation
3. Large JAVAScript Animation
4. Large GIF Animation
5. Same as 1 but from inside the Ocean looking North
6. GIF Animation of 5
7. Same as 5 but LARGE
8. Large GIF Animation of 5
Sea Surface Temperature, Winds, 20°C Isotherm, and Upper Ocean Temperature and Current at the Equator
1. JAVAScript Animation
2. GIF Animation
3. Large JAVASript Animation
4. Large GIF Animation
5. JAVAScript Animation with Rotating Angle of View
6. GIF Animation of 5
Virtual Reality Visualizations (VRML viewer required)
1. PMEL Virtual Reality Page
2. Virtual Reality Animation of Temperature and Dynamic Height
The TAO/TRITON array consists of approximately 70 moorings in the Tropical Pacific Ocean to improve detection, understanding, and prediction of Niño and La Niña. The array is a major component of the the El Niño / Southern Oscillation Observing System, the Global Climate Observing System and the Global Ocean Observing System.

PDF Article on 3-D Vis Vis5D Home Page TAO /TRITON Graphics Pages Tour of the TAO Project
Home | Project overview | Data display | Data delivery | El Niño & La Niña | Site map

TAO Project Office
NOAA
| Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory
7600 Sand Point Way NE
Seattle, WA 98115
atlasrt at noaa.gov
Credits | Disclaimer | Privacy and paperwork reduction notice