High frequency pCO2 monitoring in the Mediterranean coastal waters
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Monitoring the Air-Sea pCO2 variability in the coastal areas is a priority due to the effect of the biological and biogeochemistry process on this process. The Northwestern Mediterranean Sea is an oligotrophic area in a semi-closed basin, therefore the changes on the surface waters properties take place faster than in other seas. This work focuses in the establishment of a pCO2 monitor system and other related sensors at the OBSEA surface buoy.
CitationBáez, M., González, M., Santana, J., Nogueras, M., Del Rio, J. High frequency pCO2 monitoring in the Mediterranean coastal waters. A: International Workshop on Marine Technology. "MARTECH 2016: 7th International Workshop on Marine Technology, Barcelona October 26th, 27th and 28th, 2016". Lisbon: 2016, p. 120-121.