The present paper aims to deduce typical physical and hydrodynamic patterns by analyzing and discussing long term and continuous recordings of marine field data. In detail, hourly measurements of wind, waves, current velocity, water temperature, salinity, chlorophyll were assessed by two monitoring stations in the period January 2016 - December 2016. They were archived in monthly time-series and successively processed to track recurrent trends and features in the target basin. Specifically, a correlation among wind, waves and current was found. Comparisons with analogous recordings of the year 2015 were also discussed.

Monitoring system for the sea: Analysis of meteo, wave and current data

Armenio, Elvira;De Padova, Diana;De Serio, Francesca;Mossa, Michele
2017

Abstract

The present paper aims to deduce typical physical and hydrodynamic patterns by analyzing and discussing long term and continuous recordings of marine field data. In detail, hourly measurements of wind, waves, current velocity, water temperature, salinity, chlorophyll were assessed by two monitoring stations in the period January 2016 - December 2016. They were archived in monthly time-series and successively processed to track recurrent trends and features in the target basin. Specifically, a correlation among wind, waves and current was found. Comparisons with analogous recordings of the year 2015 were also discussed.
IMEKO TC19 Workshop on Metrology for the Sea: Learning to Measure Sea Health Parameters, MetroSea 2017
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