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Olivar M.P., T. Contreras, P.A. Hulley, M. Emelianov, C. López-Pérez, V. Tuset, A. Castellón
Progress in Oceanography, 160, 83-100. DOI: 10.1016/j.pocean.2017.12.005 (BibTeX: olivar.etal.2018)
Resum: Veure
The vertical distributions of early developmental stages of oceanic fishes were investigated across the tropical and equatorial Atlantic, from oligotrophic waters close to the Brazilian coast to more productive waters close to the Mauritanian Upwelling Region. Stratification of the water column was observed throughout the study region. Fishes were caught with a MOCNESS-1 net with mouth area of 1m2 at 11 stations. Each station was sampled both during the day and at night within a single 24-h period. The investigation covered both larvae and transforming stages from the surface to 800m depth. Distribution patterns were analysed, and weighted mean depths for the larvae and transforming stages of each species were calculated for day and night conditions. Fortyseven different species were found. The highest number of species occurred in the three stations south of Cape Verde Islands, characterized by a mixture of South Atlantic Central Water (SACW) and Eastern North Atlantic Central Water (ENACW). There was a marked drop in species richness in the three stations closer to the African upwelling, dominated by ENACW. The highest abundances occurred in the families Myctophidae, Sternoptychidae, Gonostomatidae and Phosichthyidae. Day and night vertical distributions of larvae and transforming stages showed contrasting patterns, both in the depths of the main concentration layers in the water column, and in the diel migration patterns (where these were observed). Larvae generally showed a preference for the upper mixed layer (ca. 0–50 m) and upper thermocline (ca. 50–100 m), except for sternoptychids, which were also abundant in the lower thermocline layer (100–200 m) and even extended into the mesopelagic zone (down to 500 m). Transforming stages showed a more widespread distribution, with main concentrations in the mesopelagic zone (200–800 m). Larvae showed peak concentrations in the more illuminated and zooplankton-rich upper mixed layers during the day and a wider distribution through the upper 100m during the night. For most species, transforming stages were concentrated in the mesopelagic layers both day and night, although in some species (Diaphus cf. vanhoeffeni and Vinciguerria nimbaria), the transforming stages displayed vertical migration into the upper 100m at night, in a manner similar to their adult stages.
Paraules clau: Early life-history Ontogenetic vertical migration Mesopelagic fishes Lanternfishes Lightfishes Hatchetfishes
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Olivar M.P., P.A. Hulley, A. Castellón, M. Emelianov, C. López, V.M. Tuset, T. Contreras, B. Molí
Progress in Oceanography, 151, 116–137. DOI: 10.1016/j.pocean.2016.12.001 (BibTeX: olivar.etal.2017a)
Resum: Veure
In this investigation we analysed the changes in fish species occurrences and relative abundances across the tropical and equatorial Atlantic, and their vertical distribution patterns in relation to the different environmental scenarios. The study covers a wide region encompassing different water masses, and marked differences in productivity, from an oligotrophic zone close to the Brazilian coast, to a very productive upwelling region close to the Northwest African upwelling. Fishes were collected with a mediumsized midwater trawl (Mesopelagos), complemented by hauls made with a macrozooplankton net (MOCNESS). Species richness in the region was higher than in subtropical, temperate and cold regions. The total number of species and their overall abundance was lower in the stations closer to the Brazilian coast. Abundant species across the entire region were the gonostomatids Cyclothone alba, Cyclothone acclinidens, Cyclothone pallida and Cyclothone pseudopallida, the myctophid Lampanyctus alatus, the sternoptychid Sternoptyx diaphana, and the phosichthyid Vinciguerria nimbaria. The occurrences and abundances of C. parapallida, Lampanyctus nobilis and Lepidophanes guentheri were related to zones where AAIW waters occupied the mesopelagic layers, while other species such as Cyclothone livida and Polyipnus polli increased their abundance when AAIW disappears from their living depths. The presence of Eastern North Atlantic Central Water (ENACW) was associated with the occurrence of several myctophids (Benthosema glaciale, Ceratoscopelus maderensis, Diaphus holti, Diaphus rafinesquii, Hygophum hygomii, Lampanyctus crocodilus, Myctophum punctatum, Symbolophorus veranyi), and the gonostomatid Cyclothone braueri. In spite of the important differences in hydrographic features across the tropical and equatorial Atlantic, all stations showed either the general night migration into the epipelagic layers carried out by myctophids, phosicthyids, and some stomiids, or the presence of the several species of Cyclothone, sternoptychids and melamphaeids that remain in the mesopelagic layers, both day and night. The oxygen minimum zone (OMZ) at mesopelagic depths in the north-eastern sector does not seem to disrupt diel vertical migration. Day-night distributions in our study proved that mesopelagic migratory species are capable of crossing these wide hypoxic layers, and that some species such as Diaphus vanhoeffeni remain in these layers during the day. Other non-migratory fishes (Cyclothone spp. and S. diaphana) proved to be widely tolerant to these low oxygen concentrations, as shown by their high numerical abundances in the OMZ.
Paraules clau: Lanternfishes, lightfishes, hatchetfishes, diel migration, midwater trawls, diversity, zoogeography, water masses
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Dañobeitia J., R. Bartolomé, M. Prada, F. Nuñez-Cornú, D. Córdoba, W.L. Bandy, F. Estrada, A.L. Cameselle, D. Nuñez, A. Castellón, J.L. Alonso, C. Mortera, M. Ortiz
Pure and Applied Geophysics, 173, 10, 3553-3573. DOI: 10.1007/s00024-016-1388-7 (BibTeX: danobeitia.etal.2016a)
Resum: Veure
Processing and analysis of new multichannel seismic records, coincident with wide-angle seismic profiles, acquired in the framework of the TsuJal project allow us to investigate in detail the complex structure of the oceanic domain in the collision zone between Rivera Plate and Block Jalisco at its northern termination. The subducting Rivera Plate, which is overridden by the North American Plate–Jalisco Block, is clearly identified up to 21.5°N (just south of Maria Magdalena Island) as a two clear reflections that we interpret as the interplate and Moho discontinuities. North of the Tres Marias Islands the seismic images display a different tectonic scenario with structures that are consistent with large faulting and rifted margin. A two-dimensional velocity approach for the crustal geometry is achieved using joint refraction/reflection travel time tomography, the uncertainty of the results is assessed by means of Monte Carlo analysis. Our results show an average oceanic crustal thickness of 6–7 km with a moderate increase towards the Jalisco Block, an anomalous thick layers (~3.0 km) displaying a relatively low velocity (~5.5 km/s) underneath Maria Magdalena Rise, and an estimated Moho depth deeper than 15 km in the collision zone between Rivera Plate and Jalisco Block. We have also determined an anomalous crust on the western flank of the Tres Marias Islands, which may be related to the initial phases of continental breakup of the Baja California Peninsula and Mexico mainland. High-resolution bathymetry provides remarkable images of intensive slope instabilities marked by relatively large slides scars of more than 40 km2 extent, and mass-wasting deposits probably triggered by the intense seismicity in the area.
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Bartolome R., E. Górriz, J. Dañobeitia, D. Cordoba, D. Martí, A.L. Cameselle, F. Núñez-Cornú, W.L. Bandy, C.A. Mortera-Gutiérrez, D. Nuñez, A. Castellón, J.L. Alonso
Pure and Applied Geophysics, 173, 10, 3575-3594. DOI: 10.1007/s00024-016-1331-y (BibTeX: bartolome.etal.2016c)
Resum: Veure
During the TSUJAL marine geophysical survey, conducted in February and March 2014, Spanish, Mexican and British scientists and technicians explored the western margin of Mexico, considered one of the most active seismic zones in America. This work aims to characterize the internal structure of the subduction zone of the Rivera plate beneath the North American plate in the offshore part of the Jalisco Block, to link the geodynamic and the recent tectonic deformation occurring there with the possible generation of tsunamis and earthquakes. For this purpose, it has been carried out acquisition, processing and geological interpretation of a multichannel seismic reflection profile running perpendicular to the margin. Crustal images show an oceanic domain, dominated by subduction–accretion along the lower slope of the margin with a subparallel sediment thickness of up to 1.6 s two-way travel time (approx. 2 km) in the Middle American Trench. Further, from these data the region appears to be prone to giant earthquake production. The top of the oceanic crust (intraplate reflector) is very well imaged. It is almost continuous along the profile with a gentle dip (<10°); however, it is disrupted by normal faulting resulting from the bending of the plate during subduction. The continental crust presents a well-developed accretionary prism consisting of highly deformed sediments with prominent slumping towards the trench that may be the result of past tsunamis. Also, a bottom simulating reflector (BSR) is identified in the first half a second (twtt) of the section. High amplitude reflections at around 7–8 s twtt clearly image a discontinuous Moho, defining a very gentle dipping subduction plane.
Paraules clau: Jalisco Block, Mexico, Rivera plate, crustal structure, seismic imaging, subduction, earthquake, tsunami, BSR, gas hydrate, trench infill
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Bartolomé R., D. Córdoba, F. Nuñez, J.J. Dañobeitia, J. L. Alonso, A. L. Cameselle, Arturo Castellón, F. Estrada, M. Farran, H. Perea, M. Prada, TSUJAL Working Group
, Ed. J.A. Álvarez-Gomez, F. Martín González. 117-120. ISBN: 978-84-617-2049-1 (BibTeX: bartolome.etal.2014c)
Resum: Veure
During the spring of 2014, scientists onboard the RSS James Cook explored the western margin of Mexico through a dense geophysical sampling of the plates. Data obtained during the oceanographic survey images the crustal transition from an active margin where the Rivera Plate subducts beneath the North American plate, a process that has been taking place since Middle Miocene (10 Ma), to the rifting zone in the Gulf of California. The tectonic processes occur in a geological setting of high seismicity, where earthquakes M= 8.2 have taken place and where a high probability of tsunami generation exists. From a tectonic point of view, this is a complex region where several plates interact with accretionary processes in the East Pacific Rise, subduction processes occurs in the Middle American Trench and an important segmentation of extensional faults exists in the mouth of the Gulf of California. The new TSUJAL seismic images and models recently obtained unravel the geometry and morphology of faults and mass wasting, possible sources of seismic and tsunami events, as well as the crustal structure in the different domains of the Mexican margin. Proyecto y campaña marina TSUJAL: caracterización del peligro sísmico y tsunamigénico asociado a la estructura cortical del contacto Placa de Rivera-Bloque de Jalisco.
Paraules clau: Multichannel seismic, wide angle seismics, west margin of Mexico, seismic hazard asessment
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Olivar M.P., A. Bernal, B. Molí, M. Peña, R. Balbín, A. Castellón, J. Miquel, E. Massutí
Deep-Sea Research. Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers, 62, 53-69. DOI: 10.1016/j.dsr.2011.12.014 (BibTeX: olivar.etal.2012)
Resum: Veure
The mesopelagic fish community of the western Mediterranean was studied during two cruises carried out in December 2009 and July 2010 in the shelf and slope zones around the Balearic Islands. Much of what was previously known about this deep water group of fishes in the Mediterranean Sea came from studies performed using planktonic and small midwater nets. This study was the first attempt to use large pelagic trawls and small nets combined with information about the main sound scattering layers to analyse mesopelagic fish composition, diversity and species assemblages. This community is characterised by a relatively low diversity compared to other oceanic regions of the world, with Myctophiformes and Stomiiformes being the main contributors. Bathymetry and the level of the water column were the most important factors structuring the investigated fish assemblages, and similar vertical patterns were observed for the different species collected during the two study periods. A shelf assemblage composed of a few species of myctophids, with Notoscopelus elongatus being the main contributor, was distinguished. The slope assemblage included both Myctophiformes and Stomiiformes that showed differences in their day–night main location along the water column. In terms of species behaviour, two important groups were detected. The first was non-migrant or weakly migrant species, with the paradigmatic example being the gonostomatid Cyclothone braueri, which occurred at a depth of 400–600 m; this species is partly responsible for the permanent acoustic (38 kHz) response at this depth. The second group, near-surface migrants at night, was represented by most of the juvenile and adult myctophids, exemplified by Ceratoscopelus maderensis, with the exception of just a few of the largest size classes of some species, such as Lampanyctus crocodilus and N. elongatus that remain near the bottom.
Paraules clau: Midwater fishes; Species assemblages; Diel vertical migration; Sound scattering layers; Myctophidae; Gonostomatidae; Sternoptichydae
Understanding the sea. (2011)
Dañobeitia J.J., A. Castellón
Public Service Review: European Science and Technology, 148-149. (BibTeX: danobeitia.castellon.2011a)
Intraspecific aggregation structure of a shoal of a western mediterranean (catalan coast) deep-sea shrimp, Aristeus antennatus (Risso, 1816), during the reproductive period (2003)
Sardà F., J.B. Company, A. Castellón
Journal of Shellfish Research, 22, 2, 569-579.
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Ruíz S., J. Font, G. Griffiths, A. Castellón
Scientia Marina, 66, 4, 347-354. (BibTeX: ruiz.etal.2002d)
Resum: Veure
Traditionally the horizontal orientation in a ship (heading) has been obtained from a gyrocompass. This instrument is still used on research vessels but has an estimated error of about 2-3 degrees, inducing a systematic error in the cross-track velocity measured by an Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP). The three-dimensional positioning system (GPS 3DF) provides an independent heading measurement with accuracy better than 0.1 degree. The Spanish research vessel BIO Hespérides has been operating with this new system since 1996. For the first time on this vessel, the data from this new instrument are used to estimate gyrocompass error. The methodology we use follows the scheme developed by Griffiths (1994), which compares data from the gyrocompass and the GPS system in order to obtain an interpolated error function. In the present work we apply this methodology on mesoscale surveys performed during the observational phase of the OMEGA project, in the Alboran Sea. The heading-dependent gyrocompass error dominated. Errors in gyrocompass heading of 1.4-3.4 degrees have been found, which give a maximum error in measured cross-track ADCP velocity of 24 cm s-1.
Paraules clau: ADCP, heading, horizontal currents, Alboran Sea.
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Font J., The ALGERS 96 Group (L. Arín, A. Castellón, O. Chic, A. Cristóbal, M. Emelianov, Z. García, J. García, J.A. Gutiérrez, E. Isla, P. Jornet, A. Julià, O. Kheddaoui, M. Manzanera, P. Masquú, C. Millot, M. Pancorbo, M. Pitrat, D. Quintana, E. Reus, O. Rius, M.A. Rodríguez, S. Ruiz, J. Ruiz)
, Rapports et Proces-verbaux des Réunions. Com. Int. Explor. Sci. Mer Mediterranée, CIESM.. CIESM. 35, 140-141. ISSN: 0373-434X (BibTeX: font.etal.1998p)
Resum: Veure
ALGERS’96 was the first MATER (MAST 3 Mediterranean Targeted Project MTP II) campaign in the Algerian basin, carried out on board the Spanish R/V Hesperides in October 1996. A mesoscale meander of the Algerian current, developed near 1ºE, was exhaustively sampled: ADCP, CTD and SCTD/XBT profiles and transects, multibeam echosounding, dissolved oxigen, nutrients, chlorophyll, suspended particulate matter, primary production, bacterial abundance and radioactive tracers, together with satellite-tracked surface drifters and real-time remote sensing. The detailed analysis of all this interdisciplinary data set is giving, for the first time, a three-dimensional characterisation of the phenomenon and allows gaining some important answers on the coupling of physical and biological dynamics in the Algerian basin
Paraules clau: Algerian basin, circulation, density, fronts, primary production
B.I.O. HESPÉRIDES, MATER-3 (1998)
Font J., O. Bastardas, H. Casas, A. Castellón, O. Chic, A. Cristóbal, E. De Neira, E. del Río, M. Emelianov, E. García-Ladona, J.A. Gutiérrez, P. Jornet, A. Julià, J. Llinàs, M. Maar, A. Malits, C. Millot, D. Montero, A. Moreno, B. Oliva, O. Rius, M.A. Rodríguez, S. Ruiz, J. Salas, J. Sánchez, M. Schauer, R. Simó, E. Sintes, I. Taupier-Letage, K. Van Lenning
(BibTeX: font.etal.1998g)
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Font J., The MTP-MATER Group (A. Monaco, S. Peruzzi, M. Canals, G. Chronis, M. Crepon, R. Mosetti, B. Price, E. García-Ladona, E. García Gorriz, J. Salat, J. Salas, S. Ruiz, C. Bouzinac, O. Rius, E. Del Rio, O. Chic, A. Julià, A. Castellón)
In: Third European Marine Science and Technology Conference, Project Synopses,Vol. I, Marine Systems, Ed. G. Ollier, P. Cochonat, L. Mendez Victor. 394-412. Lisboa, Portugal. ISBN: 92-828-2896-4 (BibTeX: font.etal.1998n)
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Font The Omega group (J., M. Emelianov, O. Rius, S. Ruiz, A. Castellón, E. García-Ladona, O. Chic, Pere Abelló, J. Sanchez)
, Rapports et Proces-verbaux des Réunions. Com. Int. Explor. Sci. Mer Mediterranée, CIESM.. CIESM. 35, 180-181. Montecarlo (Monaco). ISSN: 0373-434X (BibTeX: omegagroupj.font.etal.1998c)
Resum: Veure
The OMEGA Project is an interdisciplinary physically initiative aimed to provide the scientific community with a new tool for computation of vertical from routine CTD and ADCP data. The field studies were completed during October (BIO Hespérides) and December (RRS Discovery) 1996. Preliminary analysis of the data show the existence of significant variability at scales of the order of the internal Rossby radius and also indirect evidences of vertical motions. The data are being analyzed and used to compute the associated three-dimensional circulation through methods and models of different complexity
Paraules clau: Mesoscale phenomena, fronts, surface waters, Alboran Sea
Font J., P. Abelló, J.T. Allen, J.M. Blanco, A Castellón, S. Clemons, O. Chic, N. Crisp, A. Cristóbal, F. Echevarría, M. Emelianov, E. García-Ladona, Z. García, D. Gomis, P. Jornet, M. Manriquez, M.J. Pancorbo, M. Pinot, E. Quintana, M. Ramdani, A. Reul, O. Ríus, V. Radríguez, C. Rouault, J. Ruiz, S. Rui
(BibTeX: font.etal.1997)
Underway observations from the SIMRAD EK500 echosounder during B.I.O. Hespérides Cruise-36 (30/9/96-21/10/96) (1997)
Vélez P., N. Crisp, M.C. Hartman, J.T. Allen, A. Castellón
(BibTeX: velez.etal.1997c)
Vélez P., N. Crisp, M.C. Hartman, J.T. Allen, A. Castellón
Southampton Oceanography Centre. Southampton.
Allen J.T., D.A. Smeed, N. Crisp, S. Ruiz, S. Watts, P.J. Vélez, P. Jornet, O. Rius, A. Castellón
(BibTeX: allen.etal.1997f)
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Astraldi M., J. Font, C. Millot, EUROMODEL Group (M. Crepon, A. Harzallah, C. Herbaut, G. Madec, S. Speich, J. Tintoré, S. Alonso, E. García, D. Gomis, S. Alonso, A. Viudez, C. Alberola, M. Benzohra, I. Taupier-Letage, D. Bacciola, M. Borghini, F. Dell'Amico, C. Galli, E. Lazzoni, G.P. Gasparini, S. Sparnocchia, G. Chabert d\'Hieres, H. Didelle, P. Gleizon, D. Obaton, A. Castellón, E. García-Ladona, M.J. López-García, M. Manriquez, M. Maso, J. Salat, J. Nihoul, J.M. Beckers, P. Brasseur, E. Deleersnijder, S. Djenidi, P.M. Lehucher, L. Beautier, M. Chartier, F. Martel, L. Mortier, P. Brehmer)
Proceedings Second Workshop of the Mediterranean Target Project, . Ed. European Commission MAST Program. European Commission MAST Program. 120-126. Iraklio (Grecia). (BibTeX: astraldi.etal.1996c)
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García-Ladona E., A. Castellón, J. Font, J. Tintoré
Oceanologica Acta, 19, 5, 489-497. (BibTeX: garcialadona.etal.1996)
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Granata T.C., T.D. Dickey, M. Estrada, A. Castellón
In: Mixing in Geophysical Flows, Ed. J.M. Redondo, O. Metais. CIMNE. 367-378. ISBN: 84-87867-68-5 (BibTeX: granata.etal.1995a)
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Granata T., T.D. Dickey, M. Estrada, A. Castellón
In: Mixing in Geophysical Flows, Ed. J.M. Redondo, O. Metais. CIMNE. 367-378. ISBN: 84-87867-68-5 (BibTeX: granata.etal.1995b)
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Granata T.C., T.D. Dickey, M. Estrada, A. Castellón
In: Mixing in Geophysical Flows, Ed. J.M. Redondo, O. Metais. 413. ISBN: 84-87867-68-5 (BibTeX: granata.etal.1995)
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EUROMODEL Group ., ( P.M. Lehucher, M. L. Beautier, M. Chartier, F. Martel, L. Mortier, P. Brehmer, P. Brehmer, C. Millot, C. Alberola, M. Benzohra, I. Taupier-Letage, G. Chabert d'Hieres, H. Didelle, P. Gleizon, D. Obaton, M. Crepon, C. Herbaut, G. Madec, S. Speich, J. Nihoul, J.M. Beckers, P. Brasseur, E. Deleersnijder, S. Djenidi, J. Font, A. Castellón, E. García-Ladona, M.J. López-García, M. Manriquez, M. Maso, J. Salat, J. Tintoré, S. Alonso, E. García, D. Gomis, S. Alonso, A. Viudez, M. Astraldi, D. Bacciola, M. Borghini, F. Dell'Amico, C. Galli, E. Lazzoni, G.P. Gasparini, S. Sparnocchia, A. Harzallah)
Oceanologica Acta, 18, 2, 255-272. (BibTeX: group.etal.1995a)
The hydrodynamics of the Western Mediterranean Sea (MAS2-CT93-0066) (1995)
EUROMODEL Group ., ( P.M. Lehucher, M. L. Beautier, M. Chartier, F. Martel, L. Mortier, P. Brehmer, P. Brehmer, C. Millot, C. Alberola, M. Benzohra, I. Taupier-Letage, G. Chabert d'Hieres, H. Didelle, P. Gleizon, D. Obaton, M. Crepon, C. Herbaut, G. Madec, S. Speich, J. Nihoul, J.M. Beckers, P. Brasseur, E. Deleersnijder, S. Djenidi, J. Font, A. Castellón, E. García-Ladona, M.J. López-García, M. Manriquez, M. Maso, J. Salat, J. Tintoré, S. Alonso, E. García, D. Gomis, S. Alonso, A. Viudez, M. Astraldi, D. Bacciola, M. Borghini, F. Dell'Amico, C. Galli, E. Lazzoni, G.P. Gasparini, S. Sparnocchia, A. Harzallah)
(BibTeX: group.etal.1995)
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Font J., A. Martínez, E. García Gorriz, E. García Ladona, A. Castellón, A. Juliá, M. Manriquez, A. Viúdez, M.R. Vitria
In: Space at the service of our environment. First ERS-1 Symposium, Ed. B. Kaldeich. ESA. Chap. SP-359. 883-887. Noordwijk, Holanda. ISBN: 92-0092-278-8 (BibTeX: font.etal.1993a)
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EUROMODEL Group.,(M. Crepon, A. Harzallah, C. Herbaut, G. Madec, S. Speich, J. Tintoré, S. Alonso, E. García, D. Gomis, S. Alonso, A. Viudez, C. Millot, C. Alberola, M. Benzohra, I. Taupier-Letage, M. Astraldi, D. Bacciola, M. Borghini, F. Dell'Amico, C. Galli, E. Lazzoni, G.P. Gasparini, S. Sparnocchia, G. Chabert d\'Hieres, H. Didelle, P. Gleizon, D. Obaton, J. Font, A. Castellón, E. García-Ladona, M.J. López-García, M. Manriquez, M. Maso, J. Salat, J. Nihoul, J.M. Beckers, P. Brasseur, E. Deleersnijder, S. Djenidi, P.M. Lehucher, L. Beautier, M. Chartier, F. Martel, L. Mortier, P. Brehmer)
In: Mast Days and Euromar Market, Marine Sciences and Technologies. Vol. 1. Ed. K.G. Barthel, M. Bohle-Carbonell, C.Fragakis, M. Weydert. CEC. 21-41. Bruselas, BL. ISBN: 9282656241 (BibTeX: group..etal.1993a)
Prospecciones pesqueras en aguas profundas (Sector VIIIc-ICES) (1992)
Alcazar J.L., P. González, C.L. Fernández, L. García, J. Rucabado, D. Lloris, A. Castellón
Recursos Pesqueros de Asturias, 6, 1-128. (BibTeX: alcazar.etal.1992a)
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Salat J., A. Castellón, J. Sánchez, J. Font, A. Julià, M. Manriquez, M.I. Lloret, A. Viúdez, J. Molero, J. Merino, T.C. Wilson
, Rapports et Proces-verbaux des Réunions. Com. Int. Explor. Sci. Mer Mediterranée, CIESM.. 33, 232. ISSN: 0373-434X (BibTeX: salat.etal.1992i)
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Salat J., A. Castellón, J. Font, A. Julià, M. Manriquez, M.I. Lloret, A. Viúdez, J. Molero, J. Merino, T.C. Wilson
, CIESM Workshop Monographs. Ed. CIESM. 33, 232. Monte-Carlo, Monaco. ISSN: 1726-5886 (BibTeX: salat.etal.1992k)
Estudio hidrográfico y de corrientes marinas en la zona extrema de la plataforma y talud continentales frente a Barcelona. (1991)
Castellón A., J. Font, E. García-Gorriz, M. Manríquez, J. Salat
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Varela R., Grupo FRONTS (S. Agustí, P. Andreu, M. Alcaraz, J. Arístegui, E. Berdalet, J. Calderón, C. Castellón, A. Cruzado, M. Delgado, M. Estrada, X. Fusté, J. Gabarrou, M. Latasa, M. Manriquez, C. Marrasé, N. Martínez, R. Martínez, M. Masó, R. Massana, M. Palau, I. Palomera, T. Riera, V. Rodríguez, J. Ruíz, E. Saiz, J. Salat, J. Sanchez-Pardo
ISSN: 0210-0827 (BibTeX: varela.etal.1991h)
Resum: Veure
Las campañas FRONTS 1989,1990,1991 se desarrollaron dentro del marco del Proyecto FRONTS. Estudio de los efectos hidrodinámicos sobre la distribución y fisiología de las comunidades planctónicas en los frentes del Mar Catalán, subvencionado por la CYCYT (No.MAR88-0252). En particular, se trataba de analizar los efectos de inestabilidades intermitentes de mesoescala sobre la distribución del fitoplancton en un sistema frontal, y la influencia del frente costero catalán sobre la distribución espacio-temporal de las comunidades del zooplancton.
The interaction between Catalan and Balearic currents in the southern Catalan sea (1991)
Salat J., A. Castellón, J. Sanchez-Pardo, J. Font, A. Julià M. Manriquez, M. Lloret, A. Viudez, J. Molero, T.C.Wilson
, Rapports et Proces-verbaux des Réunions. Com. Int. Explor. Sci. Mer Mediterranée, CIESM.. Monaco. ISSN: 0373-434X (BibTeX: salat.etal.1991a)
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Salat J., A. Castellón, J. Font
, Rapports et Proces-verbaux des Réunions. Com. Int. Explor. Sci. Mer Mediterranée, CIESM.. Ed. CIESM. 32, 173. ISSN: 0373-434X (BibTeX: salat.etal.1990j)
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Castellón A., J. Font, E. García-Ladona
Scientia Marina, 54, 3, 269-276. (BibTeX: castellon.etal.1990)
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Castellón A., E. García Ladona, J. Font
, Rapports et Proces-verbaux des Réunions. Com. Int. Explor. Sci. Mer Mediterranée, CIESM.. Ed. CIESM. 32, 158. ISSN: 0373-434X (BibTeX: castellon.etal.1990e)
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Masó M., Grup PEPS (M. Alcaráz, P. Algarra, E. Berdalet, G. Ganzani, E. Carr, A. Castellón, A. Cruz, A. Cruzado, M. Delgado, O. Delgado, M. Estrada, S. Ferrer, J. Flos, J.M. Fortuño, X. Fusté, S. Mallo, M. Manríquez, R. Margalef, X. Modamio, T.T. Packard, M. Pagespetit, R. Ras, T. Riera, E. Saiz, J. Salat, F. Vallespinós, D. Vaqué, M. Zabala)
ISSN: 0210-0827 (BibTeX: maso.etal.1988e)
Resum: Veure
Todas las campañas se realizaron a bordo del B/O "García del Cid". Las tres campañas FRONTS (3-85, 6-85,11 -86) formaban parte del proyecto "Contribución de frentes hidrográficos costeros a la producción estival en el mar Catalán-Balear" (financiado por el CSIC y la ayuda nº PR84-0067 de la Comisión Asesora de Investigación Científica y Técnica). Las campañas PEP-86 y PEP-87 eran parte del proyecto "El máximo profundo de clorofila" (financiado por el CSIC y el Comité Conjunto Hispano-Norteamericano de cooperación Científica y Técnica, ayuda nº CCA8411054). Las fechas de las campañas se dan en la tabla 1 y las estaciones visitadas se muestran en las figuras 1 a 6. El presente volumen de Datos Informativos recoge los datos básicos obtenidos.
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Alcaráz Grup PEPS (M., A. Castellón, A. Cruz, M. Delgado, M. Estrada, F. Fernández, J. Flos, X. Fusté, E. Gutiérrez, A. Lobo, M. Manríquez, R. Margalef, C. Marrasé, M. Masó, R. Ras, J. Romero, J. Salat, L. J. Tellería, F. Vallespinós, J. Zavatti)
Resum: Veure
Las campañas PEP (Producció Estival Profunda) se realizaron a bordo del B/O García del Cid, del 11 al 30 de julio de 1982, del 30 de junio al 17 de julio de 1983 y del 15 al 30 de mayo de 1948, como parte del Proyecto "Transferéncia vertical del nitrógeno y carbono en el mar Catalán durante el periodo de estratificación". Las estaciones visitadas durante cada una de las campañas se muestran en las fig. 1 a 3. El presente volúmen de Datos Informativos recoge los datos básicos obtenidos.
Datos oceanográficos básicos de las campañas ARECES (años 1983, 84 y 85) (1985)
Masó M., A. Castellón , J. Salat
ISSN: 0210-0827 (BibTeX: maso.etal.1985e)
Some observations on Rhone fresh water plume in the Catalan coast (1985)
Castellón A., J. Salat , M. Masó
, Rapports et Proces-verbaux des Réunions. Com. Int. Explor. Sci. Mer Mediterranée, CIESM.. 29, 119-120. ISSN: 0373-434X (BibTeX: castellon.etal.1985a)