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Standard section palettes

Dear Ferreters,

Not long ago I sent an email inquiring about the standard color
maps (spectrum files or palettes) used for plotting oceanographic
variable sections. If anyone has taken the trouble to create these
palettes and would like to share them with all us ferreters they
would be much appreciated.

One such palette, which is typically used to in sigma unit plots
(eg sigma-t, sigma-4, etc), is the green-red spectrum. For an example
of this palette see:


Other typical palettes are the blue-red (temperature), blue-orange
(salinity), yellow-purple (oxygen), red-yellow (silicate). There are
several others for Phosphate, Nitrate, etc.

Many thanks!


David Oxilia                    Tel: (541) 737-2368
COAS:Oregon State University    Fax: (541) 737-2064
Ocean Admin. Bldg. 104          WWW: http://www.oce.orst.edu/po
Corvallis, OR 97331-5503        Email: oxilia@hejira.oce.orst.edu


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