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https://doi.org/10.5194/sp-1-osr7-15-2023
https://doi.org/10.5194/sp-1-osr7-15-2023
27 Sep 2023
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 | 27 Sep 2023 | OSR7 | Chapter 4.3

Intense wind-driven coastal upwelling in the Balearic Islands in response to Storm Blas (November 2021)

Baptiste Mourre, Emma Reyes, Pablo Lorente, Alex Santana, Jaime Hernández-Lasheras, Ismael Hernández-Carrasco, Maximo García-Jove, and Nikolaos D. Zarokanellos

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We characterize the signature of an intense storm-induced coastal upwelling along the north-western coast of the Balearic Islands in 2021 using a high-resolution operational prediction model. The upwelling, with a duration of 3 d and a spatial offshore extension of 20 km, led to cross-shore surface temperature differences of up to 6 °C. It was the most intense event of the past 9 years in terms of the impact on temperature and the second-most intense event in terms of cross-shore transports.
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