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First automatic pH measurements in the bottom layer of the Ria de Vigo (NW Spain)

Juan L. Herrera1, Jose González2, Fiz F. Pérez3, Gabriel Rosón1, and Ramiro A. Varela1 Juan L. Herrera et al.
  • 1Grupo de Oceanografía Física, Universidad de Vigo, Facultad de C.C. del Mar, Campus de Vigo, 36310 Vigo, Spain
  • 2Estación de Ciencias Mariñas de Toralla, Universidad de Vigo, Illa de Toralla s/n, 36331 Vigo, Spain
  • 3Instituto de Investigaciones Marinas, (CSIC), Eduardo Cabello, 6, 36208, Vigo, Spain

Abstract. Oceanic Acidification is the process that describes a shift in the acid-base equilibrium caused by the rise of the CO2 concentration in the ocean. The project A.RIOS lists among its goals to establish an observation network of oceanic acidification in the Rías and the Galician shelf (NW Iberia). Included in that observation network, an autonomous instrument for spectrophotometric measurements of seawater pH was deployed at the Ría de Vigo during four periods between November 2017 and May 2019. We present here the pH data for those deployments along with temperature, salinity, and pressure data. All the data is available through an unrestricted repository at https://doi.pangaea.de/10.1594/PANGAEA.909933 (Varela et al., 2019). In the author's opinion, this dataset significantly improves the temporal resolution of the pH database in the Ría of Vigo.

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First automatic pH measurements in the bottom layer of the Ria de Vigo (NW Spain) Varela, Ramiro A; Herrera, Juan Luis; González, F J; Rosón, G; Pérez, Fiz F https://doi.org/10.1594/PANGAEA.909933

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Oceanic Acidification (OA) is a big concern linked to climate change. Project A.RIOS is creating a network to monitor OA at the Galician coast (NW Spain). Between 2017 and May 2019, we moored a pH recording device four times at the Ría de Vigo. We present the pH data collected along with other seawater variables. All the data is available at PANGEA (https://doi.pangaea.de/10.1594/PANGAEA.909933). We think that this data improves the Ría pH database by much.
Oceanic Acidification (OA) is a big concern linked to climate change. Project A.RIOS is creating...
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