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https://doi.org/10.5194/essd-2019-15
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Research article 11 Feb 2019

Research article | 11 Feb 2019

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A near-surface sea temperature time series from Trieste, north Adriatic Sea (1899–2015)

Fabio Raicich and Renato R. Colucci Fabio Raicich and Renato R. Colucci
  • CNR, Institute for Marine Sciences, Trieste, 34149, Italy

Abstract. A time series of near-surface sea temperature was built from observations performed in the harbour of Trieste from 14 July 1899 to 31 December 2015. The description of the observation sites and instruments was possible thanks to historical documents. The measurements compose two data set: The first consists of analogue data obtained by means of thermometers and thermographs, one or two times per day, in the periods 1899–1923 and 1934–2008; the second consists of digital records obtained by thermistors on hourly basis in the period 1986–2015. A quasi-homogeneous time series of daily temperatures at 2-m depth is formed from direct observations at that depth and from temperatures estimated from observations at shallower depths. From this time series a mean temperature rise rate of 1.1 ± 0.3 °C per century was estimated. The data are available through SEANOE (doi: https://doi.org/10.17882/58728).

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Thanks to near-surface sea temperatures measured at Trieste, north Adriatic Sea, from 1899 to 2015, we estimated mean daily temperatures at 2-m depth and built a quasi-homogeneous 117-year-long time series. We described the instruments used and the sites of measurements, that are all within Trieste harbour. The data set represents a valuable tool to study sea-temperature variability on different time scale. A mean temperature rise rate of 1.1 ± 0.3 °C per century was estimated.
Thanks to near-surface sea temperatures measured at Trieste, north Adriatic Sea, from 1899 to...
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