2011 REU: Remote sensing, ocean biogeochemistry, and marine primary productivity
Surface Chlorophyll from the SeaWiFS satellite sensor for May 1999. Higher chlorophyll concentrations are seen in coastal upwelling and shelf regions, near islands, and in the high-latitude North Atlantic. Low chlorophyll concentrations are found in the mid-ocean gyres.
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