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Titre: Respuesta del ambiente marino a algunos eventos metereológicos sinópticos medidos sobre los arrecifes de San Andrés y de las Islas del Rosario, Caribe colombiano
Autre(s) titre(s): Response of the marine environment to some synoptic weather events measured on the
Auteur(s): Gutiérrez Moreno, Carolina
Marrugo, Milena
Andrade, Carlos Alberto
mot-clé ASFA: Meteorology
Cold fronts
Date de publication: 2012
Editeur: INVEMAR, Santa Marta (Colombia)
Référence bibliographique: Boletín de investigaciones marinas y costeras
Résumé: Continuous measurements were taken of oceanographic and meteorological parameters for two stations of the Global Ocean Observing System of the Southwest Caribbean, framed in the INAP project. The response of the surface layer, to atmospheric events, allowed to differentiate the pass of two cold fronts by Johnny Cay station (San Andres Island) and the arrival of the “Veranillo” in the sensors of Tesoro Island (Islas del Rosario, Cartagena). The cold fronts produced a decrease in the atmospheric pressure, air temperature, caused radical changes in wind direction and speed followed by precipitation. This situation lowered the sea surface temperature, the surface layer pH and rose momentarily the sea level. The “Veranillo” came to Archipelago of Rosario generating a strong increase in wind speed and solar radiation. The response in the sea surface layer was evident through a significant increase in sea level.
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URI/URL: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/4436
URL d'une autre version: http://www.invemar.org.co/boletin/ArticulosR.jsp?i...
ISSN: 0122-9761
Collection(s) :3. Boletín de Investigaciones Marinas y Costeras

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