Comportamiento del flux de CO2 en el maritorio de San Andrés Islas en 2019

Palabras clave: Flux de CO2, Temperatura superficial del mar, Acidificación, Maritorio

Resumen

En el presente documento se estimó el comportamiento del flux de CO2 en el maritorio de San Andrés Islas para el primer semestre de 2019. Dicho comportamiento se estableció a partir de la relación termodinámica entre la temperatura superficial del mar, las presiones parciales del CO2 en la atmosfera y la columna de agua, esto a a partir de datos derivados de sensores remotos. Los datos satelitales fueron derivados de los sensores MODIS aqua y el modelo MERRA para la temperatura superficial del mar y la velocidad del viento respectivamente. Las imágenes satelitales se obtuvieron a partir de las bases de datos de la NASA, posteriormente procesadas y especializadas en ArcGis 10.1. Finalmente, se muestra el comportamiento del flux de CO2 para el maritorio de San Andrés Islas, encontrando que este no tiene una tendencia a la captura de CO2, por lo cual se descartan procesos de acidificación para el periodo de estudio seleccionado.

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Cómo citar
Popayán-Hernández, J. G., & Zúñiga-Escobar, O. (2020). Comportamiento del flux de CO2 en el maritorio de San Andrés Islas en 2019. Respuestas, 25(3). https://doi.org/10.22463/0122820X.2336

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Publicado
2020-09-01
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