Sea surface temperatures of the Aveiro region of the Atlantic Coast of N. Portugal, using AVHRR data

M.M. Sacau-Cuadrado, J.M. Torres-Palenzuela, R. A. Vaughan, R. W. Duck

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    Abstract

    The Atlantic coast of Portugal, to the south of Porto, was formed during the Holocene (Rodrigues and Dias 1989) by the accumulation of sand deposits derived principally from the north. This created a linear coast aligned at an angle of 15 degrees to the east of north. The main aim of this work was the study of the physical environment of the offshore system using AVHRR data to examine sea surface temperatures (SST) in the Aveiro region (Portugal), in order to identify, during 1999, the Portuguese coastal upwelling.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationGeoinformation for European-wide integration
    EditorsTomas Benes
    Place of PublicationRotterdam
    PublisherMillpress
    Pages243-248
    ISBN (Print)9077017712
    Publication statusPublished - 2003
    Event22nd Symposium of the European Association of Remote Sensing Laboratories: Geoinformation for European-wide Integration - Prague, Czech Republic
    Duration: 4 Jun 20026 Jun 2002

    Conference

    Conference22nd Symposium of the European Association of Remote Sensing Laboratories: Geoinformation for European-wide Integration
    Abbreviated titleEARSeL Symposium 22
    CountryCzech Republic
    CityPrague
    Period4/06/026/06/02

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    Sacau-Cuadrado, M. M., Torres-Palenzuela, J. M., Vaughan, R. A., & Duck, R. W. (2003). Sea surface temperatures of the Aveiro region of the Atlantic Coast of N. Portugal, using AVHRR data. In T. Benes (Ed.), Geoinformation for European-wide integration (pp. 243-248). Millpress. http://library.dundee.ac.uk/F/?func=direct&local_base=DUN01&doc_number=000540819