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Presentation

T-MedNet network is devoted to spread the acquisition of long term high resolution temperature series in Mediterranean coastal waters (0-40 m) as well as to facilitate data sharing and analysis. The main aims of the T-MedNet network are:

  1. to gather information on high resolution temperature records currently available,
  2. to furnish information on “how to” implement and maintain new high resolution temperature records
  3. and ultimately to develop a platform for the management and analysis of high resolution temperature records.

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Observation system

In T-MedNet, temperature is being recorded in situ by Stowaway Tidbits, Stowaway Tidbits v2 and HOBO Water Temp Pro v2 autonomous sensors and recovered annually or semi-annually by divers usually before and after the summer period. The temperature sensors are set to collect hourly records. In general, sensors are placed every 5 m from 5 to 40 m depth at each study site by fixing them to the rocky substrate.


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