MARINE OBSERVATORY

Daily and monthly sea surface level-3 and level-4 high resolution ocean temperature and ocean colour data, provided by the European Commission’s Copernicus programme and EUMETSAT. This service has been developed under the frame of the Sen2Coast (RTI2018- 098784-J-100) and Sat4Algae (PY20_00244).

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ILLES ATLÁNTICAS

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CABRERA

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GULF OF CÁDIZ

The Gulf of Cádiz, located in the southwestern region of the Iberian Peninsula, extends from Cape San Vicente, Portugal, to the Strait of Gibraltar, where the Atlantic Ocean bathes the coasts of Algarve, Huelva, and Cádiz. Some of the Iberian largest rivers like Guadiana and Guadalquivir flow into the Gulf of Cádiz, strongly influencing its inherent dynamics.

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ALBORÁN SEA

The Alborán Sea extends from the Strait of Gibraltar to the West, until the imaginary line between Cape of Gata (Almería-Spain) and Cape Fégalo (Orán-Algeria). It constitutes the prelude of the transition between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, where a confluence of three biogeographical regions can be found: Lusitanian (temperate/cold), Mauritanian (warm) the Mediterranean itself.

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DOÑANA

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CÁDIZ BAY

The bay of Cádiz is an ocean inlet that lay around the Spanish southwestern city of Cádiz. Surrounded by the municipalities of Rota, El Puerto de Santa María, Puerto Real, San Fernando and Cádiz itself, the bay serves as an outlet for the Guadalete, Iro and Salado de Rota rivers, presenting in addition large areas of marshes and estuaries, consequently being declared as a Natural Park. Moreover, due to its geomorphology as a natural harbour, the bay has a notorious archeological relevance.

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MAR MENOR

Mar Menor is the largest Spanish saltwater lagoon of an enormous environmental value, located in the southeastern part of the Iberian Peninsula, by the Mediterranean Sea, in the Region of Murcia. The lagoon features several protected areas and is part of the Ramsar Convention.

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  • GULF OF CÁDIZ

    The Gulf of Cádiz, located in the southwestern region of the Iberian Peninsula, extends from Cape San Vicente, Portugal, to the Strait of Gibraltar, where the Atlantic Ocean bathes the coasts of Algarve, Huelva, and Cádiz. Some of the Iberian largest rivers like Guadiana and Guadalquivir flow into the Gulf of Cádiz, strongly influencing its inherent dynamics.

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  • ALBORÁN SEA

    The Alborán Sea extends from the Strait of Gibraltar to the West, until the imaginary line between Cape of Gata (Almería-Spain) and Cape Fégalo (Orán-Algeria). It constitutes the prelude of the transition between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, where a confluence of three biogeographical regions can be found: Lusitanian (temperate/cold), Mauritanian (warm) the Mediterranean itself.

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  • DOÑANA

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  • CÁDIZ BAY

    The bay of Cádiz is an ocean inlet that lay around the Spanish southwestern city of Cádiz. Surrounded by the municipalities of Rota, El Puerto de Santa María, Puerto Real, San Fernando and Cádiz itself, the bay serves as an outlet for the Guadalete, Iro and Salado de Rota rivers, presenting in addition large areas of marshes and estuaries, consequently being declared as a Natural Park. Moreover, due to its geomorphology as a natural harbour, the bay has a notorious archeological relevance.

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  • MAR MENOR

    Mar Menor is the largest Spanish saltwater lagoon of an enormous environmental value, located in the southeastern part of the Iberian Peninsula, by the Mediterranean Sea, in the Region of Murcia. The lagoon features several protected areas and is part of the Ramsar Convention.

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Irish Ocean Observation and Forecasting System

EO CSIC is currently collaborating with the Marine Institue in Galway, Ireland, building a marine observation and forecasting infrastructure for the Irish Atlantic coast.

This part of the Marine Observatory work is being developed within the WP6 Ocean Health Demonstrator of  the EuroSea project “Improving and integrating the European Ocean Observing and Forecasting System”. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 862626.

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