Image Metadata File

Person Submitting Metadata/Point of Contact:

Name: Laura Stevens
Physical Address: 151 Patton Ave Asheville, NC 28801
Organization: CICSNC

Image Info:

Image Title:
Annual temperature trends at six climate divisions in the Southeast region
Image Description:
Annual temperature trends at six climate divisions (CDs) in the Southeast region (clockwise from top-left): Kentucky Blue Grass CD; North Carolina Southern Piedmont CD; Florida North CD; Florida Everglades and Southwest Coast CD; Alabama Coastal Plain CD; Louisiana North-Central CD. Decadal variability is the dominant characteristic.
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Temporal domain:
Start Time: 1895-01-01 00:00:00.0
End Time: 2011-12-31 00:00:00.0
Spatial domain:
Max latitude: 39.4375
Min latitude: 25.1875
Max longitude: -75.4375
Min longitude: -94.5625
Southeast, Observed, USGHCN Monthly, Temperature
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Panels within image: 6

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Kentucky Blue Grass CD
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North Carolina Southern Piedmont CD
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Florida North CD
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Florida Everglades and Southwest Coast CD
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Alabama Coastal Plain CD
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Louisiana North-Central CD

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Dataset Name: USGHCN Monthly
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Affiliated Organization Name and Role: NOAA/NCDC
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