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A BGC-Argo Guide: Planning, Deployment, Data Handling and Usage ArchiMer
Bittig, Henry C.; Maurer, Tanya L.; Plant, Joshua N.; Schmechtig, Catherine; Wong, Annie P. S.; Claustre, Hervé; Trull, Thomas W.; Udaya Bhaskar, T. V. S.; Boss, Emmanuel; Dall’olmo, Giorgio; Organelli, Emanuele; Poteau, Antoine; Johnson, Kenneth S.; Hanstein, Craig; Leymarie, Edouard; Le Reste, Serge; Riser, Stephen C.; Rupan, A. Rick; Taillandier, Vincent; Thierry, Virginie; Xing, Xiaogang.
The Biogeochemical-Argo program (BGC-Argo) is a new profiling-float-based, ocean wide, and distributed ocean monitoring program which is tightly linked to, and has benefited significantly from, the Argo program. The community has recommended for BGC-Argo to measure six additional properties in addition to pressure, temperature and salinity measured by Argo, to include oxygen, pH, nitrate, downwelling light, chlorophyll fluorescence and the optical backscattering coefficient. The purpose of this addition is to enable the monitoring of ocean biogeochemistry and health, and in particular, monitor major processes such as ocean deoxygenation, acidification and warming and their effect on phytoplankton, the main source of energy of marine ecosystems. Here we...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Ocean observation; Ocean biogeochemical cycles; Sensors; Carbon cycle; Ocean optics; Best practices; Argo.
Ano: 2019 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00512/62344/66607.pdf
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A global compilation of in situ aquatic high spectral resolution inherent and apparent optical property data for remote sensing applications ArchiMer
Casey, Kimberly A.; Rousseaux, Cecile S.; Gregg, Watson W.; Boss, Emmanuel; Chase, Alison P.; Craig, Susanne E.; Mouw, Colleen B.; Reynolds, Rick A.; Stramski, Dariusz; Ackleson, Steven G.; Bricaud, Annick; Schaeffer, Blake; Lewis, Marlon R.; Maritorena, Stéphane.
Light emerging from natural water bodies and measured by remote sensing radiometers contains information about the local type and concentrations of phytoplankton, non-algal particles and colored dissolved organic matter in the underlying waters. An increase in spectral resolution in forthcoming satellite and airborne remote sensing missions is expected to lead to new or improved capabilities to characterize aquatic ecosystems. Such upcoming missions include NASA's Plankton, Aerosol, Cloud, ocean Ecosystem (PACE) Mission; the NASA Surface Biology and Geology observable mission; and NASA Airborne Visible/Infrared Imaging Spectrometer – Next Generation (AVIRIS-NG) airborne missions. In anticipation of these missions, we present an organized dataset of...
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Ano: 2019 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00509/62027/66149.pdf
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BGC Argo quality control manual for particles backscattering ArchiMer
Schmechtig, Catherine; Boss, Emmanuel; Briggs, Nathan; Claustre, Herve; Dall'Olmo, Giorgio; Poteau, Antoine.
This document is the BGC-Argo quality control manual for particles backscattering. It describes the method used in real-time to apply quality control flags to particles backscattering calculated from specific sensors mounted on Argo profiling floats.
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Argo; Physical oceanography; In-situ marine data; Profiling floats; Bbp; Operational oceanography; Biogeochemistry.
Ano: 2019 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00491/60262/63668.pdf
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Community-Level Responses to Iron Availability in Open Ocean Planktonic Ecosystems ArchiMer
Caputi, Luigi; Carradec, Quentin; Eveillard, Damien; Kirilovsky, Amos; Pelletier, Eric; Karlusich, Juan J. Pierella; Vieira, Fabio Rocha Jimenez; Villar, Emilie; Chaffron, Samuel; Malviya, Shruti; Scalco, Eleonora; Acinas, Silvia G.; Alberti, Adriana; Aury, Jean-marc; Benoiston, Anne-sophie; Bertrand, Arnaud; Biard, Tristan; Bittner, Lucie; Boccara, Martine; Brum, Jennifer R.; Brunet, Cedric; Busseni, Greta; Carratala, Anna; Claustre, Herve; Coelho, Luis Pedro; Colin, Sbastien; D'Aniello, Salvatore; Da Silva, Corinne; Del Core, Marianna; Dore, Hugo; Gasparini, Stephane; Kokoszka, Florian; Jamet, Jean-louis; Lejeusne, Christophe; Lepoivre, Cyrille; Lescot, Magali; Lima-mendez, Gipsi; Lombard, Fabien; Lukes, Julius; Maillet, Nicolas; Madoui, Mohammed-amin; Martinez, Elodie; Mazzocchi, Maria Grazia; Neou, Mario B.; Paz-yepes, Javier; Poulain, Julie; Ramondenc, Simon; Romagnan, Jean-baptiste; Roux, Simon; Manta, Daniela Salvagio; Sanges, Remo; Speich, Sabrina; Sprovieri, Mario; Sunagawa, Shinichi; Taillandier, Vincent; Tanaka, Atsuko; Tirichine, Leila; Trottier, Camille; Uitz, Julia; Veluchamy, Alaguraj; Vesela, Jana; Vincent, Flora; Yau, Sheree; Kandels-lewis, Stefanie; Searson, Sarah; Dimier, Cline; Picheral, Marc; Bork, Peer; Boss, Emmanuel; De Vargas, Colomban; Follows, Michael J.; Grimsley, Nigel; Guidi, Lionel; Hingamp, Pascal; Karsenti, Eric; Sordino, Paolo; Stemmann, Lars; Sullivan, Matthew B.; Tagliabue, Alessandro; Zingone, Adriana; Garczarek, Laurence; D'Ortenzio, Fabrizio; Testor, Pierre; Not, Fabrice; D'Alcala, Maurizio Ribera; Wincker, Patrick; Bowler, Chris; Iudicone, Daniele; Gorsky, Gabriel; Jaillon, Olivier; Karp-boss, Lee; Krzic, Uros; Ogata, Hiroyuki; Pesant, Stephane; Raes, Jeroen; Reynaud, Emmanuel G.; Sardet, Christian; Sieracki, Mike; Velayoudon, Didier; Weissenbach, Jean.
Predicting responses of plankton to variations in essential nutrients is hampered by limited in situ measurements, a poor understanding of community composition, and the lack of reference gene catalogs for key taxa. Iron is a key driver of plankton dynamics and, therefore, of global biogeochemical cycles and climate. To assess the impact of iron availability on plankton communities we explored the comprehensive bio‐oceanographic and ‐omics datasets from Tara Oceans in the context of the iron products from two state‐of‐the‐art global scale biogeochemical models. We obtained novel information about adaptation and acclimation towards iron in a range of phytoplankton, including picocyanobacteria and diatoms, and identified whole sub‐communities co‐varying with...
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Ano: 2019 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00475/58680/61184.pdf
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Globally Consistent Quantitative Observations of Planktonic Ecosystems ArchiMer
Lomnard, Fabien; Boss, Emmanuel; Waite, Anya M.; Vogt, Meike; Uitz, Julia; Stemman, Lars; Sosik, Heidi M.; Schulz, Jan; Romagnan, Jean-baptiste; Picheral, Marc; Pearlman, Jay; Ohman, Mark D; Niehoff, Barbara; Möller, Klas O; Miloslavich, Patricia; Lara-lpez, Ana; Kudela, Raphael; Lopes, Ribens M; Kiko, Rainer; Karp-boss, Lee; Jaffe, Jules S; Iversen, Morten H; Irisson, Jean-olivier; Fennel, Katja; Hauss, Helena; Guidi, Lionel; Gorsky, Gaby; Giering, Sarah L.c.; Gaube, Peter; Gallager, Scott; Dubelaar, George; Cowen, Robert K; Carlotti, François; Briseno-avena, Christian; Berline, Léo; Benoit-bird, Kelly; Bax, Nicholas; Batten, Sonia; Ayata, Sakina Dorothée; Artigas, Luis Felipe; Appeltans, Ward.
In this paper we review the technologies available to make globally quantitative observations of particles in general—and plankton in particular—in the world oceans, and for sizes varying from sub-microns to centimeters. Some of these technologies have been available for years while others have only recently emerged. Use of these technologies is critical to improve understanding of the processes that control abundances, distributions and composition of plankton, provide data necessary to constrain and improve ecosystem and biogeochemical models, and forecast changes in marine ecosystems in light of climate change. In this paper we begin by providing the motivation for plankton observations, quantification and diversity qualification on a global scale. We...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Plankton; Imaging; OceanObs; Autonomous platforms; Global observing; EOVs; ECVs.
Ano: 2019 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00490/60217/63585.pdf
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On the Future of Argo: A Global, Full-Depth, Multi-Disciplinary Array ArchiMer
Roemmich, Dean; Alford, Matthew H.; Claustre, Hervé; Johnson, Kenneth; King, Brian; Moum, James; Oke, Peter; Owens, W. Brechner; Pouliquen, Sylvie; Purkey, Sarah; Scanderbeg, Megan; Suga, Toshio; Wijffels, Susan; Zilberman, Nathalie; Bakker, Dorothee; Baringer, Molly; Belbeoch, Mathieu; Bittig, Henry C.; Boss, Emmanuel; Calil, Paulo; Carse, Fiona; Carval, Thierry; Chai, Fei; Conchubhair, Diarmuid Ó.; D’ortenzio, Fabrizio; Dall’olmo, Giorgio; Desbruyeres, Damien; Fennel, Katja; Fer, Ilker; Ferrari, Raffaele; Forget, Gael; Freeland, Howard; Fujiki, Tetsuichi; Gehlen, Marion; Greenan, Blair; Hallberg, Robert; Hibiya, Toshiyuki; Hosoda, Shigeki; Jayne, Steven; Jochum, Markus; Johnson, Gregory C.; Kang, Kiryong; Kolodziejczyk, Nicolas; Körtzinger, Arne; Traon, Pierre-yves Le; Lenn, Yueng-djern; Maze, Guillaume; Mork, Kjell Arne; Morris, Tamaryn; Nagai, Takeyoshi; Nash, Jonathan; Garabato, Alberto Naveira; Olsen, Are; Pattabhi, Rama Rao; Prakash, Satya; Riser, Stephen; Schmechtig, Catherine; Schmid, Claudia; Shroyer, Emily; Sterl, Andreas; Sutton, Philip; Talley, Lynne; Tanhua, Toste; Thierry, Virginie; Thomalla, Sandy; Toole, John; Troisi, Ariel; Trull, Thomas W.; Turton, Jon; Velez-belchi, Pedro Joaquin; Walczowski, Waldemar; Wang, Haili; Wanninkhof, Rik; Waterhouse, Amy F.; Waterman, Stephanie; Watson, Andrew; Wilson, Cara; Wong, Annie P. S.; Xu, Jianping; Yasuda, Ichiro.
The Argo Program has been implemented and sustained for almost two decades, as a global array of about 4000 profiling floats. Argo provides continuous observations of ocean temperature and salinity versus pressure, from the sea surface to 2000 dbar. The successful installation of the Argo array and its innovative data management system arose opportunistically from the combination of great scientific need and technological innovation. Through the data system, Argo provides fundamental physical observations with broad societally-valuable applications, built on the cost-efficient and robust technologies of autonomous profiling floats. Following recent advances in platform and sensor technologies, even greater opportunity exists now than 20 years ago to (i)...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Argo; Floats; Global; Ocean; Warming; Circulation; Temperature; Salinity.
Ano: 2019 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00509/62043/66192.pdf
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Processing bio-Argo chlorophyll-A concentration at the DAC level ArchiMer
Schmechtig, Catherine; Poteau, Antoine; Claustre, Hervé; D'Ortenzio, Fabrizio; Boss, Emmanuel.
This document does NOT address the issue of chlorophyll-a quality control (either real-time or delayed mode). As a preliminary step towards that goal, this document seeks to ensure that all countries deploying floats equipped with chlorophyll-a sensors document the data and metadata related to these floats properly. We produced this document in response to action item 3 from the first Bio-Argo Data Management meeting in Hyderabad (November 12-13, 2012). If the recommendations contained herein are followed, we will end up with a more uniform set of chlorophyll-a data within the Bio-Argo data system, allowing users to begin analyzing not only their own chlorophyll-a data, but also those of others, in the true spirit of Argo data sharing.
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Ano: 2015 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00283/39468/37945.pdf
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Processing Bio-Argo particle backscattering at the DAC level ArchiMer
Schmechtig, Catherine; Poteau, Antoine; Claustre, Hervé; D'Ortenzio, Fabrizio; Dall'Olmo, Giorgio; Boss, Emmanuel.
This document does NOT address the issue of particle backscattering quality control (either real-time or delayed mode). As a preliminary step towards that goal, this document seeks to ensure that all countries deploying floats equipped with backscattering sensors document the data and metadata related to these floats properly. We produced this document in response to action item 9 from the first Bio-Argo Data Management meeting in Hyderabad (November 12-13, 2012). If the recommendations contained herein are followed, we will end up with a more uniform set of particle backscattering data within the Bio-Argo data system, allowing users to begin analyzing not only their own particle backscattering data, but also those of others, in the true spirit of Argo...
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Ano: 2018 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00283/39459/56146.pdf
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ProVal: A New Autonomous Profiling Float for High Quality Radiometric Measurements ArchiMer
Leymarie, Edouard; Penkerc'H, Christophe; Vellucci, Vincenzo; Lerebourg, Christophe; Antoine, David; Boss, Emmanuel; Lewis, Marion R.; D'Ortenzio, Fabrizio; Claustre, Herve.
An efficient system to produce in situ high quality radiometric measurements is compulsory to rigorously perform the vicarious calibration of satellite sensors dedicated to Ocean Color Radiometry (OCR) and to validate their derived products. This requirement is especially needed during the early stages of an OCR satellite activity or for remote areas poorly covered by oceanographic cruises with possible bio-optical anomalies. Taking advantage of Argo's profiling float technology, we present a new autonomous profiling float dedicated to in situ radiometric measurements. The float is based on the Provor CTS5 (manufacturer NKE) with an added novel two protruding arm design allowing for sensor redundancies, shading mitigation and near-surface data. Equipped...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Autonomous profiling floats; Remote sensing reflectance; Ocean color; Validation; System vicarious calibration; Austral ocean; Mediterranean Sea; Radiometric measurement.
Ano: 2018 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00585/69694/67579.pdf
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Quality control for BGC-Argo radiometry ArchiMer
Poteau, Antoine; Organelli, Emanuele; Boss, Emmanuel; Xing, Xiaogang.
This document is the BGC-Argo quality control manual for radiometry observations. This first version of the document is to apply an initial QC to all radiometry values. Except for data failing the following tests, all the other values will be flagged as probably good data (‘2’). Probably good data need to be validated (i.e., flagged as good “1”) in delay mode.
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Argo; Physical oceanography; In-situ marine data; Profiling floats; Radiometry; Operational oceanography.
Ano: 2019 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00513/62466/66773.pdf
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The Global Ocean Ship-Based Hydrographic Investigations Program (GO-SHIP): A Platform for Integrated Multidisciplinary Ocean Science ArchiMer
Sloyan, Bernadette M.; Wanninkhof, Rik; Kramp, Martin; Johnson, Gregory C.; Talley, Lynne D.; Tanhua, Toste; Mcdonagh, Elaine; Cusack, Caroline; O’rourke, Eleanor; Mcgovern, Evin; Katsumata, Katsuro; Diggs, Steve; Hummon, Julia; Ishii, Masao; Azetsu-scott, Kumiko; Boss, Emmanuel; Ansorge, Isabelle; Perez, Fiz; Mercier, Herle; Williams, Michael J. M.; Anderson, Leif; Lee, Jae Hak; Murata, Akihiko; Kouketsu, Shinya; Jeansson, Emil; Hoppema, Mario; Campos, Edmo.
The Global Ocean Ship-Based Hydrographic Investigations Program (GO-SHIP) provides a globally coordinated network and oversight of 55 sustained decadal repeat hydrographic reference lines. GO-SHIP is part of the global ocean/climate observing systems (GOOS/GCOS) for study of physical oceanography, the ocean carbon, oxygen and nutrient cycles, and marine biogeochemistry. GO-SHIP enables assessment of the ocean sequestration of heat and carbon, changing ocean circulation and ventilation patterns, and their effects on ocean health and Earth’s climate. Rapid quality control and open data release along with incorporation of the GO-SHIP effort in the Joint Technical Commission for Oceanography and Marine Meteorology (JCOMM) in situ Observing Programs Support...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: GO-SHIP; Ship-based observations; Multidisciplinary ocean research; Contemporaneous ocean observations; Global ocean change and variability; Health; Essential ocean variables; Essential climate variables.
Ano: 2019 URL: https://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00509/62062/66243.pdf
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