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SOCIB QC procedures

Inmaculada Ruiz, Cristian Muñoz, Kristian Sebastian & Sebastian Lora
This document describes a series of test procedures for SOCIB data quality control in near real time.

Hourly in situ data of ocean temperature in the near-shore Balearic Islands over 2012-2020

Àngels Fernandez-Mora, Melanie Juza & Joaquín Tintoré
As part of the systematic and continuous beach monitoring program at SOCIB, Nortek AWACs (Acoustics Wave And Current) have been deployed along the coasts of the Balearic Islands since 2011 (Tintoré et al., 2013). In particular, at Cala Millor and Son Bou beaches, two AWACs have been installed near-shore at 17 m depth, both being equipped with a temperature sensor, measuring hourly near-bottom water temperatures. This dataset contains the two monitoring site time series from...

ONA Toolbox User's Manual

Àngels Fernández-Mora & Joaquín Tintoré
This document is a hard copy of the online user's manual of the ONA toolbox (Operational tool for climate chaNge impacts at locAl scales) developed by SOCIB within the framework of the Addenda of the PIMA ADAPTA COSTAS IB.

Mediterranean Surface Exploration Tool Product User Manual

Diego Alvarez
This document describes the objectives, target end users and functionalities of the Mediterranean Surface Exploration Tool.

SOCIB EXP RADAR Sep2014

Joaquín Tintoré, Arancha Lana, Julien Marmain, Vicente Fernández & Alejandro Orfila
The aim of this experiment was to assess the operational HF radar surface current velocities in the Ibiza Channel in a Lagrangian framework, by comparing against surface drifter derived velocities"

ICTS SOCIB Strategic Plan 2017-2020

Joaquín Tintoré
This document describes the strategic plan of ICTS SOCIB for the period 2017-2020.

ICTS SOCIB Implementation Plan

Joaquín Tintoré
This document describes the implementation plan of ICTS SOCIB.

HF Radar Ibiza data from date 2012-06-01

Joaquín Tintoré, Arancha Lana, Julien Marmain, Vicente Fernández, Benjamín Casas & Emma Reyes
Continuous hourly coastal ocean surface current maps in the Ibiza Channel measured by High-Frequency Radars (HFR). HFR is nowadays the unique land-based remote sensing technology providing continuous maps of near-real surface currents (0.9 m) over wide areas (out of about 85 km from near shore) with high-spatial (3 km) and temporal resolution (hourly). The operation principle of HFRs for measuring coastal ocean surface currents is based on the Bragg resonant backscatter phenomenon: the HFR CODAR...

SOCIB Glider - Canales Endurance Line Data Management Plan

Matteo Marasco, Nikolaos D. Zarokanellos, Miguel Charcos, Juan Gabriel Fernández Pineda, Benjamín Casas, Albert Miralles, Xisco Notario, Paz Rotllán, Miquel Àngel Rújula, Nikolaus Wirth & Joaquín Tintoré
The SOCIB Glider (GLF) Canales Endurance Line Data Management Plan (DMP) describes the data management life cycle for the GLF data, collected, processed and/or generated by SOCIB in the framework of its Glider Canales Endurance Line observation program.

ICTS SOCIB Strategic Plan 2013-2016

Joaquín Tintoré
This document describes the strategic plan of ICTS SOCIB for the period 2013-2016.

Strategy for an Integrated Ocean Observing System in the Mediterranean and Black Seas (Recommendations for European long term sustained observations in the SES)

Joaquín Tintoré, Leonidas Perivoliotis, Emma Heslop, Pierre-Marie Poulain, Alessandro Crise & Laurent Mortier
Deliverable Nr. 3.11: Strategy for an Integrated Ocean Observing System in the Mediterranean and Black Seas (Recommendations for European long term sustained observations in the SES).

Number of underway vessels in the Western Mediterranean (2016/01-2020/06)

David March
Terrestrial AIS (T-AIS) data from the Western Mediterranean (map inset Fig 5a) were collated by the Balearic Islands Coastal and Forecasting System (SOCIB) using a real-time operational system connected to a web-service provided by MarineTraffic (https://www.marinetraffic.com/). The database used in this study contained AIS data from 1st January 2016 until 30th June 2020 at 5 minute intervals (> 545 million AIS messages). In addition to the vessel tracks, the database also included information associated with...

ALBOREX 2014 - PERSEUS

Ananda Pascual, Simón Ruiz, Charles Troupin, Antonio Olita, Benjamín Casas, Félix Margirie, Pierre-Marie Poulain, Marc Torner, Juan Gabriel Fernández, Miquel Àngel Rújula, Cristian Muñoz, Xisco Notario Rubí, Inmaculada Ruíz, David Roque, Antonio Tovar, John T. Allen & Joaquín Tintoré
A multi-platform synoptic experiment (ALBOREX) was conducted in 2014 in the eastern Alboran Sea in the frame of EU funded FP7 PERSEUS project. The final goal was to monitor and establish the vertical exchanges associated with mesoscale and sub-mesoscale (e.g fronts, meanders, eddies and filaments) and their contribution to upper-ocean interior exchanges.

SOCIB INT RadarAPM Jul2016. Lagrangian Experiment Ibiza Channel

Emma Reyes, Baptiste Mourre, Nikolaus Wirth, Pau Balaguer, Benjamin Casas, Charles Troupin, Cristian Muñoz, Alejandro Orfila & Joaquin Tintoré
Lagrangian experiment in the Ibiza channel during Summer 2016, aiming to validate HF-Radar surface currents (new Antenna Pattern Measurement)

Guidelines on how to sync your High Frequency (HF) radar data with the European HF Radar node

Emma Reyes, Paz Rotllán, Anna Rubio, Lorenzo Corgnati, Julien Mader & Carlo Mantovani
A step-by-step guide to help High-Frequency (HF) radar data providers synchronize their near real-time native data files or standard NetCDF datasets to the European HF radar node and, from there, to other data distribution portals (Copernicus Marine Service, EMODnet-Phys and SeaDataNet)

SOCIB - Coastal High Frequency Radar Data Management Plan

Matteo Marasco, Emma Reyes, Juan Gabriel Fernández Pineda, Miguel Charcos, Xisco Notario, Paz Rotllán, Miquel Àngel Rújula & Joaquín Tintoré
The SOCIB High Frequency Radar (HFR) Data Management Plan (DMP) describes the data management life cycle for the HFR data, collected, processed and/or generated by SOCIB

SOCIB CALYPSO Glider Observations

Nikolaos D. Zarokanellos, Daniel L. Rudnick & Joaquín Tintoré
CALYPSO (Coherent Lagrangian Pathways from the Surface Ocean to Interior) is an ONR Departmental Research Initiative that addresses the challenge of observing, understanding and predicting the three-dimensional pathways by which water from the surface ocean makes its way into the deeper ocean. Discovering the routes by which trace substances, phytoplankton, and dissolved gases like oxygen, are transported vertically, as they are also carried horizontally by oceanic currents, is the goal of this research. An innovative...

Beamon Viewer User's Manual

Francisco Fabián Criado-Sudau & Joaquín Tintoré
This document is a hard copy of the online user's manual of the Beach Monitoring Viewer App (BEAMON Viewer) developed by SOCIB.

Product User Manual: Glider Transport Calculations Toolbox

Mélanie Juza
This document describes a free and open toolbox for the automatic visualization of SOCB glider physical and biogeochemical observations and derived dynamic geostrophic transports in the Balearic Channels. This toolbox is available through GitHub and constitutes a Data to Products Thematic Glider Service – D2PTS – from the JERICO-S3 EU funded project.

SOCIB TNA Abacus

Giorgio Budillon, Yuri Cotroneo, Giuseppe Aulicino, Giannetta Fusco, Emma Heslop, Marc Torner & Joaquín Tintoré
The project aims at assessing the importance of a new monitoring line across the Algerian Basin between Palma de Mallorca and the Algerian Coast. The Algerian Basin (AB) is located in the south of the Western Mediterranean Sea and is characterized by the presence of fairly fresh surface waters coming from the Atlantic (Atlantic Water- AW) and the more saline waters from the northwestern Mediterranean region interacting at different scales from basin-scale to mesoscale structures....

SOCIB INT RadarAPM Nov2018. Lagrangian Experiment Ibiza Channel

Emma Reyes, Baptiste Mourre, Jaime Hernández-Lasheras, Ismael Hernández-Carrasco, Nikolaus Wirth, Pau Balaguer, Benjamin Casas & Joaquin Tintoré
Lagrangian experiment in the Ibiza channel during Autumn 2018, aiming to use the novel CARTHE GPS drifters (low-cost, compact, practical, eco-friendly and able too track currents centered 40 cm below the surface) to validate HF-Radar (new Antenna Pattern Measurement) and WMOP surface velocities, capture all representative spatio-temporal scales of surface circulation, study dispersion of surface particles, perform HFR data assimilation experiment with WMOP.

Análisis espacial de la capacidad de carga náutica de las zonas de fondeo de las Illes Balears.

Aina García Gómez, Pau Balaguer Huguet, Àngels Fernández Mora & Joaquín Tintoré Subirana
La navegación de recreo es uno de los sectores más importantes dentro del entramado de la economía del turismo en las Illes Balears. El número de amarres de las Illes Balears (más de 20.000) representa el 5% del total de los amarres del mar Mediterráneo y el 17% de España. Las embarcaciones de recreo fondean a lo largo de la costa balear pudiendo producir impactos negativos en el ecosistema marino. El análisis espacial de la...

SOCIB Glider - Canales Endurance Line

Joaquín Tintoré, Emma Heslop, Nikolaos Zarokanellos, Simón Ruiz, Cristian Muñoz & John Allen
SOCIB Glider Missions - Canales Endurance Line - was initiated in 2011, with in kind collaboration of CSIC (IMEDEA), covering both the Mallorca and Ibiza channel in a semi-continuous operational mode and sampling physical and biogeochemical observations. The Ibiza channel is a well-established biodiversity hotspot and accordingly more intensive monitoring of the Ibiza channel is carried out to capture the mesoscale and submesoscale structures and their relation to the weekly to seasonal and annual/inter-annual variability....

Buoy Bahía de Palma Physicochemical parameters of sea water data

Joaquín Tintoré & Benjamin Casas Pérez
Data produced in the platform Buoy BahiaDePalma. It's compound by: Conductivity and Temperature Recorder, Current profiler, Currentmeter, Multiparameter probe, Oceanographic Buoy, Status, Waves recorder, Weather Station data

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