Monday, 21 December 2015

Congratulations and Happy 2016!


On behalf of the S'Agulla Team and myself, we would like to congratulate you for all the hard work. WELL DONE!!!

You have done lovely presentations to introduce yourselves and showed us a little about the bit of ocean that you enjoy!

Now we know that the Sea Surface Temperature (SST) is not even, compared to last October average SST it is about 6ºC colder and that, depending on the area, the year with smallest SST oscillation was 2006 or 2014.

Taking the measure of the Secchi disk didn't go well, but it is an important measure to know indirectly how much plankton there is in the water. Remember that plankton is the base of the marine food chain!

The beaches you have been surveying have hardly no tides, but the Mediterranean Sea is not a lake, otherwise the SST would be the same all over!

You have similar kind of sand, with similar colour and grain size which make the profile of the beach also similar. Some of you have noticed with Google Earth's images that sand does accumulate at one side of the port. Have you guessed why?

And it has been fantastic to know your menu, so you love red shrimps but you really catch more anchovies!

Looking forward to seeing your audioguides if you manage to have time to post them up!

In any case we wanted to wish you:

All the best!

Sharky and The S'Agulla Team

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