SPASSO

Software Package for an Adaptive Satellite-based Sampling for Oceanographic cruises





The temporal and spatial variability of the horizontal mesoscale and submesoscale circulation strongly affect the marine environment fiels and the biogeochemical budgets which represent a real challenge during in situ measurements. Indeed, samplings which are only few tens of kms or few weeks apart may be representative of very different situations.
The software package SPASSO has been developed to overcome this problem. SPASSO diagnostics are based on NRT acquisition of satellite altimetry and ocean color and model predictions.
SPASSO provides maps of dynamical and biogeochemical structures such as fronts, eddies and filaments, in addition to chlorophyll and SST, which are automatically generated. SPASSO could be used in Delayed Time (DT) for providing produts in a region of interests or else for performing a systematic multi-field DT analysis of a region at various scales. SPASSO is using to guide the in-situ sampling strategy as well as the interpretetion of collected observations. This adaptive strategy based on these diagnostics has been applied during several ocean campaigns since 2010.



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See SPASSO User Guide [ PDF]

TONGA (2019)
FUMSECK (2019)
The SPASSO package is freely distributed in the hope that it is useful for oceanographic community. For more information please contact
A.Doglioli, S.Barrillon, A.Ricout, F.d'Ovidio and F.Nencioli
MOANA MATY (2019)
PREBIOSWOT (2018)
CCE LTER (2017)
SARGASSES (2017)
PEACETIME (2017)
SeaQUEST (2016)

Download SPASSO package [Here]

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OSCAHR (2015)
OUTPACE (2015)
STRASSE (2012)
KEOPS2 (2011)
LATEX (2010)


References

Marrec, P., Grégori, G., Doglioli, A.M., Dugenne, M., Della Penna, A., Bhairy, N., Cariou, T., Hélias Nunige, S., Lahbib, S., Rougier, G., Wagener, T., Thyssen M. (2018). Coupling physics and biogeochemistry thanks to high resolution observations of the phytoplankton community structure in the North-Western Mediterranean Sea. Biogeosciences, 15, 1579-1606, doi:10.5194/bg-15-1579-2018. Popularization paper in French HTML PDF
Moutin, T., Doglioli, A.M., de Verneil, A., Bonnet, S. (2017). Preface: The Oligotrophy to the UlTra-oligotrophy PACific Experiment (OUTPACE cruise, 18 February to 3 April 2015). Biogeosciences, 14, 3207-3220, doi:10.5194/bg-14-3207-2017.
Petrenko, A.A.,, Doglioli, A.M., Nencioli, F., F., Kersalé, M., Hu, Z., d'Ovidio, F., , (2017). A review of the LATEX project: mesoscale to submesoscale processes in a coastal environment.Ocean Dynam., Vol.67, pp. 513, doi:10.1007/s10236­017­1040­9.
d'Ovidio, F., Della Penna, A., Trull, T. W., Nencioli, F., Pujol, M.­I., M.­H., Park, Y.­H., Cotté, C., Zhou, M., and Blain, S.(2015). The biogeochemical structuring role of horizontal stirring: Lagrangian perspectives on iron delivery downstream of the Kerguelen Plateau. Biogeosciences, Vol.12, pp.5567-5581, doi: 10.5194/bg­-12-­5567­-2015.
Doglioli, A.M., Nencioli, F., Petrenko, A.A., Fuda, J.-L., Rougier, G., Grima, N. (2013). A software package and hardware tools for in situ experiments in a Lagrangian reference frame. J. Atmos. Ocean. Tech., Vol.30, pp.1945-1950, doi: 10.1175/JTECH-D-12-00183.1.
Nencioli, F., d'Ovidio, F., Doglioli, A.M., Petrenko, A.A. (2013). In-situ estimate of submesoscale horizontal eddy diffusivity across an ocean front. J. Geophys. Res., Vol.118, 12, pp.7066-7080, doi: 10.1002/2013JC009252.
Nencioli, F., d'Ovidio, F., Doglioli, A.M., Petrenko, A.A. (2011). Surface coastal circulation patterns by in-situ detection of Lagrangian Coherent Structures. Geophys. Res. Lett., Vol.38, L17604, doi:10.1029/2011GL048815 .


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Last update 28 Jun 2019