Ø Octubre 2013: presentación del proyecto en el Ocean Surface Topography Science Team (OSTST) Meeting. poster link

Ø Agosto 2014: presentación del proyecto y resultados pre-experimentos en COSPAR 2014 meeting. Moscú.

Ø Diciembre 2014: presentación del proyecto en “Workshop on South Atlantic circulation variability and change: integrating models and observations”, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

 Ø   Junio 2016: publicación del artículo Artana, C., R. Ferrari, Z. Koenig, M. Saraceno, A. R. Piola, and C. Provost (2016), Malvinas Current variability from Argo floats and satellite altimetry, J. Geophys. Res. Oceans, 121, doi:10.1002/2016JC011889.

Ø  Octubre 2016: presentación de resultados en el Ocean Surface Topography Science Team (OSTST) Meeting:

- CASSIS-Malvinas: Southwestern Atlantic currents from in-situ and satellite altimetry data project: Martin Saraceno et al.

- CASSIS-Malvinas: Dynamics of currents on the continental shelf and shelfbreak in the southwestern Atlantic, Argentina: Guillermina Fernanda Paniagua et al.

- CASSIS-MALVINAS: Aviso altimetry and mooring data across the continental slope of Argentina at 41S in 2015: Jason ground track #26 and Brazil Malvinas Confluence: Ramiro Ferrari et al.

- CASSIS-MALVINAS: Performance of MERCATOR operational model at the Brazil Malvinas confluence, comparison with in situ data (mooring and hydrography), AVISO gridded products, and new altimetric products from CLS: Camila Artana et al.

 Abstracts books

 

Ø  Noviembre 2016: presentación de los resultados por el Dr. Martin Saraceno en el Laboratoire d'Océanographie Physique et  Spatiale (LOPS, Brest, Francia).

 Ø  Agosto 2017: resultados obtenidos con los datos recolectados en la transecta norte presentados en artículos científicos:

  • Ferrari R., C. Artana, M. Saraceno, A. Piola and C. Provost, Satellite altimetry and current-meter velocities in the Malvinas Current at 41°S: comparisons and modes of variations. J. Geophys. Res. Oceans, submitted.
  • Artana  C., R. Ferrari, Z. Koenig, N. Sennéchael M. Saraceno, A. Piola and C. Provost, Malvinas Current volume transport at 41°S: a 24-year long time series consistent with mooring data from 3 decades and satellite altimetry, J. Geophys. Res. Oceans, submitted.

 Ø  Agosto 2017:presentación de resultados en el IAPSO Meeting:

First results from CASSIS project: Southwestern Atlantic currents from in-situ and satellite altimetry. Saraceno et al.

 

Dynamics of Malvinas Current at 41°S from CASSIS project: analysis and comparison with historical data. Paniagua et al.

 

 Ø     Septiembre 2017: resultados obtenidos con los datos recolectados en la transecta norte en preparación:

  • Paniagua G. F., M. Saraceno, R. Ferrari, L. S. Lago, C. Artana, A. R. Piola, R. Guerrero and  C. Provost.  Dynamics of the Malvinas Current at 41ºS: First assessment of temperature and salinity temporal variability. In preparation.
  •  L.S. Lago, M. Saraceno, P. Martos, G.F. Paniagua, R. Guerrero, and AR Piola, Current-meter velocities and bottom temperature and salinity year-long measurements in the Patagonia Continental shelf at 40°S. In preparation.


 

 Ø  Octubre 2017: presentación de resultados en el Ocean Surface Topography Science Team (OSTST) Meeting:

-Malvinas Current volume transport at 41°S: a 24-year long time series consistent with mooring data from 3 decades and satellite altimetry.  Camila Artana et al.

-Performance of MERCATOR operational model at the Brazil Malvinas confluence. Camila Artana et al.

  -Malvinas current dynamics from in situ and satellite altimetry data. Martin Saraceno et al.

-Satellite altimetry and current-meter velocities in the Malvinas Current at 41°S: comparisons and modes of variations. Ramiro Ferrari et al.

-Satellite altimetry in the continental shelf of the Southwestern Atlantic, Argentina. Loreley Lago et al.

-On the permeability of the Malvinas Current. Nicolás Bodnariuk et al. 

 Abstract books

 

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