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Title: Marine climatological datasets for the Maltese Islands
Authors: Drago, Aldo
Gauci, A.
Lecci, Rita
Coppini, G.
Strati, F.
Azzopardi, J.
Galea Degiovanni, R.
Galea, Anthony
Zammit, A.
Deidun, Alan
Keywords: Climatology -- Research -- Malta
Marine ecology -- Malta
Oceanography -- Malta
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: University of Malta. Institute for Sustainable Energy & Chamber of Engineers (Malta)
Citation: Drago, A., Gauci, A., Lecci, R., Coppini, G., Strati, F., Azzopardi, J.,...Deidun, A. (2018). Marine climatological datasets for the Maltese Islands. The ESSE ’18 Conference, St. Paul’s Bay. 30-37.
Abstract: During the last 25 years of activity, the Physical Oceanography Research Group, previously known as the PO-Unit, and currently established within the Department of Geosciences of the University of Malta, has been promoting the downscaling of broad scope marine core services to higher resolution local scale domains for the Maltese Islands. Several services are delivered either by an intrinsic data elaboration or by making use of and integrating the COPERNICUS Marine Environment Monitoring Service (CMEMS) data to local marine data streams. Local observations are also integrated with higher resolution forecasts for the preparation and provision of dedicated services that address real specific needs of sub-regional and coastal users. This effort has yielded valuable climatological datasets covering the Maltese coastal waters and spanning over several years. This work focusses on the climatologies derived from numerical models and satellites, and compiled within the Interreg MED programme AMAre (Actions for Marine Protected Areas) project.
URI: https://www.um.edu.mt/library/oar//handle/123456789/30532
ISBN: 9789995785321
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