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Map

On this map you can virtually travel along with Pitufa. The markers link to our photo albums and some (by far not all) of our blog entries.



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If you search for our atlas of prevailing ocean winds, click here.

4 comments

  1. jayatma says:

    Hi,
    Your prevailing wind map is an excellent resource. Thanks for sharing it.
    I am wondering though if I am doing something incorrect as I would like to be able to see the really North Atlantic – above Faroe Islands and near Norway. Is there any information on that?
    Thanks
    Jayatma

    1. Christian says:

      Hi,
      You’re welcome. No, you don’t do anything wrong. Unfortunately, I did not download data for latitudes higher than 60 degrees N (and lower than 60 S). You may be interested in the wind-map browser at http://cioss.coas.oregonstate.edu/cogow/ (This is the site I downloaded the data files from).
      best regards,
      Christian

  2. Todd says:

    Christian, aloha from Hawaii! Awesome website and map you guys put together. Like your journey, our organization has also set out on a great voyage: hokulea.com.

    I was wondering if you’d be able to share more regarding your map and layers.

    We would like to create something similar with layer-toggling and custom data. I see you are using Geo Mashup in WordPress – is there anything else you’re using to get your particular mapping customization? Do you manage all your mapping from within WordPress?

    Thank you so much for your help! I can be reached at todd(at)pvshawaii.org

  3. amin says:

    hello
    Your prevailing wind map is an excellent resource. Thanks for sharing it.
    I am wondering though , i saw information about monsoon in Indian ocean . and help to my .

    Thanks

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