CTD Castaway shallow water cast Mexican North Caribbean/ UNICARIBE-PNIC/COIXLACHÉ-03/2016

Date 2016-05-07
Temporal extent 2016-05-07 -2016-05-22
Author(s) Bárcenas Graniel Juan FranciscoORCID1, Cauich Cantún Citlali Daniela1, Damian Ku Mendy Eded1, Escobedo Cen Irving Daniel1
Affiliation(s) 1 : Universidad del Caribe
DOI 10.17882/73165
Publisher SEANOE
Note PROYECTO DE SERVICIO SOCIAL Universidad del Caribe Laboratorio de Tecnologías Ambientales/ UNICARIBE-PNIC/COIXLACHÉ-03/2016
Keyword(s) Isla Contoy, CTD, CONANP

Through a collaborative work Universidad del Caribe-Isla Contoy National Park, the first oceanographic campaign was carried out in shallow waters within the Park's polygon and was carried out by UNICARIBE-PNIC / COIXLACHÉ-03/2016, with the aim of collecting oceanographic data of scientific importance for the various areas of knowledge for conservation. The Isla Contoy National Park is a Protected Natural Area located in the municipality of Isla Mujeres, Quintana Roo. It has a total area of ​​5,126 hectares, of which 375 hectares of the marina were covered in this study. 175 measurement points were established, distributed throughout the 4 kilometers of the study area. Measurements of pH, conductivity, temperature and pressure were made. These measurements were made in May 2016. Using the SUFER 12® Program, the data was processed to make three-dimensional models and contour models. The topographic relief is maintained at a depth of between 1 and 3 meters on the west side of the reef ridge with the exception of two depressions found. In the east a decline was found that culminated at 9.5 meters. The salinity remains within the limits established for the oceans and the temperature ranges between 25 and 29 ° C. The normal conditions of pH of the ocean water lies in 8.1 units, the average of the measurements carried out in this study shows a pH of 7.7 units. This report is based on the information contained in the database COIXLACHÉ-03/2016 Framed in the social service of the Laboratory of Environmental Technologies of the Universidad del Caribe and through research activities without collection or examples of species not considered at risk in protected natural areas CNANP-00-008.

Licence CC-BY-NC
Utilisation This data set is submitted in good faith only. The authors and the Universidad del Caribe will not accept responsibility or liability for third party use or interpretation of data.
Acknowledgments Laboratorio de Tecnologías Ambientales, Cuerpo Académico Sistemas Energéticos y Sustentabilidad CASES, Programa educativo de Ingeniería Ambiental del Departamento de Ciencias Básicas e Ingenierías de la Universidad del Caribe.
Sensor metadata

CTD CastAway, DEVICE: # CC1502005, compiled according to the international temperature scale of 1990 (ITS-90) in February 27, 2015 for temperature, conductivity, and pressure sensors and GPS.



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Bárcenas Graniel Juan Francisco, Cauich Cantún Citlali Daniela, Damian Ku Mendy Eded, Escobedo Cen Irving Daniel (2016). CTD Castaway shallow water cast Mexican North Caribbean/ UNICARIBE-PNIC/COIXLACHÉ-03/2016. SEANOE. https://doi.org/10.17882/73165