Updating data dmi
Thanks to this table, you can retrieve this information without having to probe for the actual hardware.While this is a good point in terms of report speed and safeness, this also makes the presented information possibly unreliable. If it succeeds, it will then parse this table and display a list of records like this one: Handle 0x0002, DMI type 2, 8 bytes.Lawrence; 9 = Canadian Archipelago; 10 = Hudson Bay; 11 = Central Arctic; 12 = Bering Sea; 13 = Baltic Sea; 14 = Sea of Okhotsk; 15 = Yellow Sea; 16 = Cook Inlet.When following the change in surface area of the Arctic and Antarctic sea ice (diagrams above) it is instructive to compare with current surface air pressure, wind and air temperatures as measured over the Poles.The 'normal' limit of sea ice (purple line) is defined as 15% sea ice cover, according to satellite observations since November 1978.Latest figure update: The limit of sea ice is in this analysis defined as 15% sea ice cover, according to satellite observations.A detailed analysis is also available at this site.
The mean sea ice volume and standard deviation for the period 2004-2013 are shown by gray shading.
The 'normal' or average limit of sea ice (orange line) is defined as 15% sea ice cover, according to the average of satellite observations 1981-2010 (both years inclusive).
Sea ice may therefore well be encountered outside and open water areas inside the limit shown in the diagrams above. Please use this link if you want to see the original figures or want to check for more recent updates than shown above.
Note that this is still a text output, no binary data will be thrown upon you.
The strings attached to each entry are displayed as both hexadecimal and -specific data.