ANTARES_Ubatuba_Station


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Experiment:ANTARES_Ubatuba_Station
PIs*: Kampel, Milton
Start Time:2012-07-12 07:30:00
End Time:2013-01-10 07:30:00
North:-23.632
South:-23.632
East:-44.981
West:-44.981
Data Types: pigment
Parameters: allo beta-epi-car but-fuco chl_c1c2 chl_c3 chlide_a diadino diato dp dv_chl_a dv_chl_b fuco gyro hex-fuco lut mv_chl_a mv_chl_b neo perid phide_a phytin_a ppc ppc_tcar ppc_tpg pras psc psc_tcar psp psp_tpg tacc tacc_tchla tcar tchl tchl_tcar tchla_tpg tot_chl_a tot_chl_b tot_chl_c tpg viola zea
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DOI

10.5067/SeaBASS/ANTARES_UBATUBA_STATION/DATA001

Description

The ANTARES regional network is composed of coastal time-series stations located around Latin America. The main goal is to study long-term changes due to both climate and anthropogenic effects, as well as for ocean color purposes of satellite match-ups and algorithm development. The Ubatuba-ANTARES station is located in the Southeast Brazilian Bight, 12 nautical miles from the coastline, at approximately 40 m depth. Ubatuba inner shelf is influenced by mesoscale cyclonic meandering of the Brazil Current system at a region with a crosscurrent transfer of slope waters into the shelf. This ecosystem is mainly oligo-mesotrophic, but also strongly influenced by the South Atlantic Central Water upwelled locally or remotely forced from northeastern upwelling cores mainly during austral summer. In the winter, colder, less saline and relatively richer waters from southern latitudes advect northwards along the shelf.

URL

http://home.antares.ws/?p=station.php&st=10

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