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Meteo and hydrodynamic data in the Mar Grande and Mar Piccolo by the LIC Survey, winter and summer 2015

Michele Mossa1,2, Elvira Armenio3, Mouldi Ben Meftah1,2, Maria Francesca Bruno1,2, Diana De Padova1,2, and Francesca De Serio1,2 Michele Mossa et al.
  • 1Department of Civil, Environmental, Land, Building Engineering and Chemistry (DICATECh), Polytechnic University of Bari, Via Orabona 4, 70125 Bari, Italy
  • 2CoNISMa, Inter University Consortium for Marine Sciences, Piazzale Flaminio 9, 00196 Rome, Italy
  • 3Regional Agency for Environmental Protection ARPA Puglia, Corso Trieste 27, 70126 Bari, Italy

Abstract. The Coastal Engineering Laboratory (LIC) of the DICATECh of the Polytechnic University of Bari (Italy) maintains a place-based research program in the Mar Grande and Mar Piccolo of Taranto (a coastal system in southern Italy), providing records of hydrodynamic and water-quality measurements. This site is one of the most complex marine ecosystem models in terms of ecological, social, and economic activities. It is considered highly vulnerable for the presence of the naval base, of the biggest refinery of Europe and of the oil refinery. Two fixed stations have been installed, one in the Mar Grande (MG station) and another in Mar Piccolo (MP station). In the MG station constituents include wind speed and direction, air temperature and humidity, barometric pressure, net solar radiation, water salinity, water temperature, water pressure, dissolved oxygen, fluorescence, turbidity, CDOM, crude oil and refined fuels, sea currents and waves. In the MP station constituents include water temperature, sea currents and waves. We provide a summary of how these data have been collected by the research group and how they can be used to deepen understanding of the hydrodynamic structures and characteristics of the basin. These data are available at https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4044121 (Mossa et al., 2020).

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Two fixed stations have been installed in Mar Grande and Mar Piccolo of Taranto;this site is one of the most complex marine ecosystem models.Although the typical trends in the water circulation and exchanges have been studied by models developed for the seas of Taranto more monitoring actions and numerical modelling are still necessary to better understand the most significant hydrodynamic–biological variability of this coastal basin. The results of these study can be applied for similar zones.
Two fixed stations have been installed in Mar Grande and Mar Piccolo of Taranto;this site is one...
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