Database of Anomalies in the Caribbean Sea (geochemical parameters): DACS-CHEM

Date 2022-02-23
Author(s) Carlos NoriegaORCID1, 2, 3, Humberto L. VaronaORCID1, 2, Moacyr AraujoORCID1, 2, 3, Amilcar E. CalzadaORCID4, Carlos A. D. LentiniORCID5, Dayanis M. BorgesORCID6, Reinaldo CasalsORCID4, Alejandro RodriguezORCID4
Affiliation(s) 1 : Laboratory of Physical, Coastal and Estuarine Oceanography (LOFEC). Department of Oceanography (DOCEAN). Center for Technology and Geosciences (GTG). Federal University of Pernambuco. Recife-PE. Brazil
2 : Center for Risk Analysis, Reliability Engineering and Environmental Modeling (CEERMA). Federal University of Pernambuco. Recife-PE. Brazil
3 : Brazilian Research network on Global Climate Change (Rede CLIMA), São José dos Campos, SP, Brazil
4 : Marine Meteorology Center (CMM). National Institute of Meteorology (INSMET). La Habana. Cuba
5 : Earth and Environment Physics Department. Federal University of Bahia. Salvador, Bahia, Brasil
6 : Ocean and Atmosphere Studies Laboratory (LOA). National Institute for Space Research (INPE). Ave dos Astronautas 1758 São José dos Campos - SP. Brazil
DOI 10.17882/86636
Publisher SEANOE
Keyword(s) Particulate organic carbon, Total chlorophyll a concentration, Partial pressure of CO2, Downward flux of total CO2, pH, Anomaly, Caribbean Sea
Abstract

Monthly anomalies of geochemical parameters in the Caribbean Sea calculated from the MULTIOBS_GLO_BIO_BGC_3D_REP_015_010 and MULTIOBS_GLO_BIO_CARBON_SURFACE_REP_015_008 datasets. These anomalies are very useful for chemical oceanographers and marine biologists who need to analyze data and trends in tropical regions to analyze variations in nutrient and chlorophyll concentrations, behavior of changes in primary productivity, and trends in acidification of the oceans. oceans.

Licence CC-BY-NC-ND
Acknowledgements We wish to express our thanks to the TRIATLAS project (Tropical and South Atlantic climate-based marine ecosystem predictions for sustainable management), to Tropical Atlantic Interdisciplinary Laboratory on physical, biogeochemical, ecological and human dynamics (IJL TAPIOCA) and the Brazilian Research Network on Global Climate Change (Rede CLIMA).
Data
File Size Format Processing Access
Monthly anomalies from MULTIOBS_GLO_BIO_BGC_3D_REP_015_010 product 588 MB NC, NetCDF Processed data Open access
Weekly anomalies from MULTIOBS_GLO_BIO_BGC_3D_REP_015_010 product 2 GB NC, NetCDF Processed data Open access
Monthly anomalies from MULTIOBS_GLO_BIO_CARBON_SURFACE_REP_015_008 product 5 MB NC, NetCDF Processed data Open access
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Carlos Noriega, Humberto L. Varona, Moacyr Araujo, Amilcar E. Calzada, Carlos A. D. Lentini, Dayanis M. Borges, Reinaldo Casals, Alejandro Rodriguez (2022). Database of Anomalies in the Caribbean Sea (geochemical parameters): DACS-CHEM. SEANOE. https://doi.org/10.17882/86636