Decadal dust monitoring in southernmost Patagonia
Total mass collected at an average interval of 38 days in a BSNE collector in Rio Grande, Tierra del Fuego, Patagonia (53.79ºS, 67.75ºW). Bulk grain size distributions for selected samples were also measured. The purpose of these measurements was to obtain horizontal surface (i.e., 5 meters above ground level) dust mass flux close to dust-emitting surfaces in southernmost Patagonia, as well as parameters to model individual dust events.
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Cosentino, N. J., Ruiz-Etcheverry, L. A., Bia, G. L., Simonella, L. E., Coppo, R., Torre, G., Saraceno, M., Tur, V. M., Gaiero, D. M., 2020. Decadal dust monitoring in southernmost Patagonia, Version 1.0. Interdisciplinary Earth Data Alliance (IEDA). https://doi.org/10.26022/IEDA/111756.
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Cosentino NJ, Ruiz-Etcheverry LA, Bia GL, Simonella LE, Coppo R, Torre G, Saraceno M, Tur VM and Gaiero DM (in revision) Does satellite chlorophyll-a respond to southernmost Patagonian dust? A multi-year, event-based approach. Journal of Geophysical Reseach: Biogeosciences.
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ANID FONDECYT/POSTDOCTORADO 2020: 3200085
Coverage Scope: Regional (Continents, Oceans)
Geographic Location: Southern Ocean, South Atlantic Ocean, southern Patagonia, Tierra del Fuego
User Contributed Keyword(s):
horizontal surface dust mass flux, dust grain size distribution, dust emission
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