dataset of Oceanographic and biogeochemical anomalies in the Caribbean Sea.

  title={dataset of Oceanographic and biogeochemical anomalies in the Caribbean Sea.},
  author={Reinaldo Casals and Humberto L. Varona and Amilcar E. Calzada and Carlos Alessandre Domingos Lentini and Carlos Noriega and Dayanis M. Borges and Simone M. A. Lira and Claudeilton Severino de Santana and Moacyr Araujo and Ralf Schwamborn and Alejandro Rodriguez},
  journal={Latin American Data in Science},
This article describes six ocean datasets consistent in anomalies of biogeochemical, physical, sea wave, biological, oceanic and chemical parameters (DACS-BGC, DACS-PHY, DACS-WAVE, DACS-BIO, DACS-OCE and DACS-CHEM) in several time scales from 3-hourly to monthly frequencies, either on the sea surface, downward/upward fluxes between the ocean and the atmosphere and the water  column in the Caribbean basin (Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean) in a geographical domain from latitudes… 

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