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A Software Package and Hardware Tools for in situ Experiments in a Lagrangian Reference Frame ArchiMer
Doglioli, Andrea; Nencioli, Francesco; Petrenko, Anne; Rougier, Gilles; Fuda, Jean-luc; Grima, Nicolas.
The Lagrangian Transport Experiment (LATEX) was developed to study the influence of coupled physical and biogeochemical dynamics at the meso- and submesoscales on the transfers of matter and heat between the coastal zone and the open ocean. One of the goals of the Latex10 field experiment, conducted during September 2010 in the Gulf of Lion (northwest Mediterranean), was to mark a dynamical mesoscale feature by releasing a passive tracer [sulfur hexafluoride (SF6)] together with an array of Lagrangian buoys. The goal was to release the tracer in an initial patch as homogeneous as possible in the horizontal, and to study its turbulent mixing and dispersion while minimizing the contribution due to advection. For that, it was necessary to continuously adjust...
Tipo: Text Palavras-chave: Dispersion; Lagrangian circulation; Transport; Ship observations; Tracers; Experimental design; Software.
Ano: 2013 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00155/26590/24719.pdf
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Time variability on hydrology and biogeochemistry induced by mesoscale eddies in the Algerian Basin: a one year high resolution and multiplatform experiment ArchiMer
Puillat Felix, Ingrid; Taupier-letage, Isabelle; Fuda, Jean-luc.
In the framework of the ELISA project (1997-1998, MAST-3/MTP/MATER program) 1-year high frequency time series were acquired at fixed points in the Algerian Basin, an open sea area of the Mediterranean sea (3000m). This multidisciplinary and multiplatform experiment was dedicated to study the algerian eddies and their influence on general circulation and on biological phenomena. During 3 main cruises, 2 specific  Anticyclonic Eddies (AEs) tracked by satellites images during 4 years were mainly studied by mean of vertical sections, performed inside AEs and in the surrounding smaller structures such as sub-mesoscale filaments and small-scale shear eddies. These sections helped describing the hydrological and biogeocheminal structures of eddies according to...
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Ano: 2016 URL: http://archimer.ifremer.fr/doc/00382/49336/49721.pdf
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