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Dataset on the RETRO-BMC cruise onboard the R/V Hespérides, April 2017, Brazil-Malvinas Confluence

AuthorsOrúe-Echevarría, Dorleta ; Pelegrí, Josep Lluís ; Castellanos, Paola ; Guallar, C. ; Marotta, Humberto; Marrasé, Cèlia ; Martín, Jacobo ; Masdeu Navarro, Marta ; Paniagua, Guillermina; Peña-Izquierdo, Jesús ; Puigdefàbregas, Joan; Rodríguez-Fonseca, Belén ; Roget, E.; Rosell Fieschi, Miquel ; Salat, Jordi ; Salvador, Joaquín ; Vallès Casanova, Ignasi Berenguer ; Vidal, Montserrat ; Viúdez, Álvaro
KeywordsBrazil-Malvinas Confluence
Hydrographic data
SeaSoar data
Microstructure data
Issue DateJun-2020
CitationData in Brief 30: 105412 (2020)
AbstractThis dataset, gathered during the RETRO-BMC cruise, reports multiple-scale measurements at the Confluence of the Brazil and Malvinas Currents. The cruise was carried out between 8 and 28 April 2017 onboard R/V Hespérides, departing from Ushuaia and arriving to Santos. Along its track, the vessel recorded near-surface temperature and salinity, as well as the horizontal flow from 20 m down to about 800 m. A total of 33 hydrographic stations were completed in a region off the Patagonian Shelf, within 41.2°S–35.9°S and out to 53.0°W. At each station, a multiparametric probe and velocity sensors were deployed inside the frame of a rosette used to collect water samples at selected depths; these samples were later used for several water analyses, including inorganic nutrient concentrations. Microstructure measurements were carried out in 11 of these hydrographic stations. In addition, two high-resolution three-dimensional surveys were conducted with an instrumented undulating vehicle between 40.6°S–39.0°S and 55.6°W–53.8°W. Lastly, eight high-frequency vertical profilers were deployed in the region and five position-transmitting drifters were launched. These data allow the description of the Confluence from the regional scale to the microscale, and provide a view of the variability of the frontal region on time scales from days to weeks
Description11 pages, 7 figures, 3 tables
Publisher version (URL)https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dib.2020.105412
Identifierse-issn: 2352-3409
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