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XBT - Upper Temperature

Par EK & RM — Dernière modification 25/08/2020 19:32

 

XBT data of the SURVOSTRAL project

Written by Elodie Kestenare in July 2020


  • Project: SURVOSTRAL international project
  • Description: Upper temperature (0-990m) from the XBT launcher installed on the Astrolabe vessel (IPEV)
  • Period: 1993-2020
  • Area: Southern Ocean between Hobart (Tasmania) and Dumont d'Urville -the French Antarctic base-
  • Source: LEGOS, France
  • contact: Rosemary Morrow or Elodie Kestenare at LEGOS

XBT profiles have been corrected for temperature and depth biases depending on the probe type. All corrected XBT measurements can be retrieved from the IMOS website

http://thredds.aodn.org.au/thredds/catalog/IMOS/SOOP/SOOP-XBT/DELAYED/Line_IX28_Dumont-d-Urville-Hobart/catalog.html


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References:
  • Chaigneau, A., R. Morrow, S. R. Rintoul, 2004. Seasonal and interannual evolution of the mixed layer in the Antarctic Zone south of Tasmania. Deep-Sea Research I, 51/12, 2047-2072.
  • Herraiz-Borreguero, L., and S. R. Rintoul (2010), Subantarctic Mode Water variability influenced by mesoscale eddies south of Tasmania, J. Geophys. Res., 115, C04004, doi:10.1029/2008JC005146.
  • Morrow, R., Valladeau, G., and Sallee, J. (2007). Observed subsurface signature of Southern Ocean decadal sea level rise. Prog. Oceanogr,77 No 4, 351-366.
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  • Morrow, R., J.-R. Donguy, A. Chaigneau and S. R. Rintoul, 2004. Cold-core anomalies at the Subantarctic Front, south of Tasmania. Deep-Sea Research I, 51, 1417-1440.
  • Rintoul, S. R., J.-R. Donguy and D. Roemmich, 1997. Seasonal evolution of upper ocean thermal structure between Tasmania and Antarctica. Deep-Sea Research 44, 1185-1202.
  • Rintoul, S. R. and T. W. Trull, 2002. Seasonal evolution of the mixed layer in the Subantarctic Zone south of Australia. Journal of Geophysical Research, 106, 31,447-31,460.
  • Rintoul, S. R., S. Sokolov, and J. Church, 2002. A six year record of baroclinic transport variability of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current at 140E, derived from XBT and altimeter measurements. Journal of Geophysical Research – Oceans, 107 (C10): art.no. 3155.
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  • Auger, M. R. Morrow, E. Kestenare, J-B Sallée. Southern Ocean in-situ temperature trends over 25 years emerge from interannual variability Nature Comm. (Submitted)

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