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Spatio-temporal variability of SSS and SST in the western Mediterranean basin with the TRANSMED data

Abstract : Initiated by the CIESM and upgraded to the operational status within the HyMeX/MISTRALS program, the TRANSMED initiative aimed at developing an autonomous and low-cost thermosalinometer system to record SSS (Sea Surface Salinity) and SST (Sea Surface Temperature) while underway. The seven-year time series recorded from February 2012 till present between France (Marseille) and Algeria yield an unprecedented insight in the basin-wide seasonal evolution of the Western Basin, up to mesoscale features, and is used to validate the Copernicus Marine Service global operational system in the area.
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Jonathan Beuvier, Isabelle Taupier-Letage, Jean-Luc Fuda, Marie Drévillon, Yann Drillet. Spatio-temporal variability of SSS and SST in the western Mediterranean basin with the TRANSMED data. CIESM. 42nd CIESM CONGRESS PROCEEDINGS, Oct 2019, cascais, Portugal. 42 (42), pp.65, 2019, Rapp. Comm. int. Mer Médit. ⟨hal-03082955⟩

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