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    Re: Water temperature of the sea
    From: Marcel Tschudin
    Date: 2008 Apr 18, 20:56 +0300

    Thank you Frank for your thoughts and the link.
    >  Any oceanographic institute there? How about a fishing agency? Because the
    Yes, I also thought that "someone" locally would measure the sea
    temperature, but so far I couldn't find this information on the
    Internet; I keep trying though.
    >  Sea of Marmars is semi-enclosed, you may have some unusual local issues. A
    This might well be the case for this almost totally enclosed sea,
    which is rather like a big lake. I can imagine that the conditions
    could be quite comparable to those on the Great Lakes.
    >  One source for SST (sea surface temperature) data is here:
    >  http://www7320.nrlssc.navy.mil/global_nlom32/med.html
    >  You could average the temps for the Black Sea and the Aegean. Maybe?? But I
    >  wouldn't depend much on this.
    That's a bit much of speculation. It looks also that it would require
    a lot of work to retrieve the data for the over 100 days for which I
    need this information.
    In the meantime I found also this Web-page here
    http://www.ghrsst-pp.org/index.htm but I haven't yet found out how to
    access their data ...
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