New publication: "The Southwestern Atlanctic Ocean mesoscale eddies: A review of their role in the air-sea interaction processes"
This article compiles and reviews the role of mesoscale oceanic eddies in the atmosphere-ocean interaction and circundant waters, with a main focus on the Southwestern Atlanctic Ocean.
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New publication: "Glacial meltwater input to the ocean around the Antarctic Peninsula: forcings and consequences"
This article compiles and reviews the main processes that occur in the Antarctic Peninsula region, related to freshwater melting and how it contributes to each climatic component, in addition to its effects, regionally and globally.
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New publication about SACZ: "The effect of Oceanic South Atlantic Convergence Zone episodes on regional SST anomalies: the roles of heat fluxes and upper-ocean dynamics"
LOA researchers and collaborators carried out a new study on the dynamics and thermodynamics involved in the impacts of the South Atlantic Convergence Zone (ZCAS).
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Real-time oceanographic data - ATMOS and REMObs partnership
In this Antarctic summer of 2021/2022, the ATMOS and REMObs projects came together to assemble a complete system for monitoring the conditions of waves, winds, and currents in the Antarctic region.
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Headline in Portos e Mercados Magazine "Aboard the "Uncle Max", a lot of science and research"
The "Portos & Mercados" presents some of the activities carried out at the LOA and the main activities linked to the ATMOS Project aboard the "Uncle Max".
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LOA in the Brazilian Antarctic Operation XL
Under the ATMOS Project, important data will be collected for the investigation of ocean-atmosphere interaction processes.
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New scientific production led by LOA: "Potential changes in the connectivity of marine protected areas driven by extreme ocean warming."
The article "Potential changes in the connectivity of marine protected areas driven by extreme ocean warming." (authors: Luciana Shigihara, Douglas Gherardi, Luciano Pezzi, Leilane Passos, Clarissa Endo and Juan Pablo Quimbayo) was published in the international journal "Scientific Reports", by Nature.
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New scientific production of the ATMOS Project, led by LOA: "Oceanic eddy-induced modifications to air-sea heat and CO2 fluxes in the Brazil-Malvinas Confluence."
The article "Oceanic eddy-induced modifications to air-sea heat and CO2 fluxes in the Brazil-Malvinas Confluence." (authors: Luciano Pezzi, Ronald Souza, Marcelo Santini, Arthur Miller, Jonas Carvalho, Claudia Parise, Mario Quadro, Eliana Rosa, Flavio Justino, Ueslei Sutil, Mylene Cabrera, Alexander Babanin, Joey Voermans, Ernani Nascimento, Rita Alves, Gabriel Munchow and Joel Rubert) was published in the international journal "Scientific Reports", by Nature.
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New scientific production: "Air-Sea Interactions over Eddies in the Brazil-Malvinas Confluence"
The article "Air-Sea Interactions over Eddies in the Brazil-Malvinas Confluence" (authors: Ronald Souza, Luciano Pezzi, Sebastiaan Swart, Fabrício Oliveira and Marcelo Santini) was published in the international journal "Remote Sensing".
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New scientific production of the ATMOS Project, led by the LOA: "Wave Anomaly Detection in Wave Measurements"
The article "Wave Anomaly Detection in Wave Measurements" (authors: Joey J.Voermans, Alexander V. Babanin, Cagil Kirezci, Jonas T. Carvalho, Marcelo F. Santini, Bruna F. Pavani, and Luciano P. Pezzi) was published in international journal "Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology".
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LOA/INPE publishes an article on the comparisons of heat fluxes in the Brazil-Malvinas Confluence and the Brazilian Southern Continental Shelf
Article published in the Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society (2020) – Observations of air–sea heat fluxes in the southwestern Atlantic under high‐frequency ocean and atmospheric perturbations.
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LOA/INPE launches five buoys in Drake Passage to study wave and current dispersion
The Antarctic Modeling and Observational System (ATMOS) project, led by LOA/INPE, aims to improve our understanding and modeling of ocean-atmosphere-wave interaction processes in the Atlantic Southwest and the Atlantic sector of the Southern Ocean.
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LOA collaborates on a book on the frontiers of knowledge in Marine Sciences
A book led by PPGMar, in collaboration with several colleagues from Brazil, is aimed at students, young researchers and the curious.
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Published the third edition of the COAST Guide, in English.
The COAWST Guide "Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere-Wave-Sediment Transport System" (Ocean-Atmosphere-Wave-Sediment Coupled Transport System) is a system that integrates ocean and climate models for various simulations, such as analysis of larval dispersion to verify the possibility of species recruitment...
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