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  • Studying the Pacific Subtropical Front with multiple assets 

    Pinto, José; Costa, Maria João; Sousa Dias, Paulo; Borges de Sousa, João (SARTI, 2018)
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    We describe a novel approach to physical oceanography by coordinating remote sensing, multiple autonomous vehicles and ship borne sensors. In contrast with conventional oceanography where ships are the single point of ...
  • The new iteration of the wavy drifter (MELOA) 

    Gonçalves, Pedro; Marques, Tiago; Loureiro, Bruno; Borges de Sousa, João (SARTI, 2018)
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    Open Access
    The MELOA (Multi-purpose/Multi-sensor Extra Light Oceanography Apparatus), H2020 project, proposes to develop a low-cost, easy-to-handle, wave resilient, multi-purpose, multi-sensor, extra light surface drifter for use in ...
  • The Role of networked robotic systems to survey coastal phenomena: the Douro river plume case study 

    Mendes, Renato; Borges de Sousa, João; da Silva, José C.B.; Dias, João Miguel (SARTI, 2018)
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    Open Access
    Propagation of river plumes along the coast strongly depends on several physical processes, which determine the plume fate over the shelf. The Douro is one of the largest rivers of the Iberian Peninsula, representing the ...