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Northward migration of Cape São Tomé rings, Brazil
In the present work, nine years of altimetry data are analyzed in combination with sea surface temperature and ocean color images in order to track Brazil Current eddies generated at Cape Sao Tome,Expand
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On the translation of Agulhas rings to the western South Atlantic Ocean
Abstract The shedding of Agulhas rings is the primary process connecting the Indian and Atlantic oceans. The rings transport warm and salty waters that feed the surface limb of the AtlanticExpand
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Mapping cetacean sounds using a passive acoustic monitoring system towed by an autonomous Wave Glider in the Southwestern Atlantic Ocean
Abstract Passive acoustic monitoring techniques provide a useful alternative to visual surveys for monitoring of marine mammals since they are less affected by adverse weather conditions. AnExpand
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Ocean Eddies’ Influence on Lula Field, Santos Basin, Brazil
Current data measured by an instrumented mooring line deployed at the Santos Basin, in a water depth of 2200 m, show a mean velocity of 0.20 m/s with no preferential direction. Extreme current eventsExpand
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Mapping delphinid occurrence using a passive acoustic monitoring system towed by an unmanned surface vehicle on the Southeast Coast of Brazil
The use of autonomous passive acoustics is an efficient technique to monitor vocally active marine animals such as dolphins. Coupling autonomous acoustic recorders with unmanned vehicles allows dataExpand
Mapping cetacean sounds using a passive acoustic monitoring system towed by a Wave Glider on the Southwestern Atlantic Ocean
Passive acoustic monitoring techniques have been shown to be useful to monitor marine fauna efficiently since they do not depend on good visibility and weather conditions. An unmanned surfaceExpand