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Upwelling session in Indonesia waters

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The aim of this research was to analyze monthly sea surface temperature (SST) and chlor-a satellite data for 16 years from 2003 in an area from south Java to north Papua. The results show that the temporal and spatial pattern of SST and chlor-a distribution strongly was related to the monsoonal pattern. The upwelling session starts from May and ends in the October, in the south-east monsoon season. The lowest SST (25-30 °C) and the highest chlor-a (2.23 mg/l) is found in August in the south-east monsoon season. In addition, the largest upwelling area occurs in July, and ranges within 790,221 km2 of size.
  • Department of Marine Science, Universitas Padjadjaran, West Java, Indonesia
  • Department of Fishery, Universitas Padjadjaran, West Java, Indonesia
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