Iury T. Simoes-Sousa

Iury T. Simoes-Sousa
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth | UMD · College of Engineering

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Introduction
PhD Fellow at University of Massachusetts (Engineering and Applied Science). Master of Science (2017) in Physical Oceanography (USP-FAPESP). Working with Ocean Data Analysis and Modelling.
Education
January 2015 - June 2017
University of São Paulo
Field of study
  • Physical Oceanography
December 2010 - November 2014
Universidade Federal do Ceará
Field of study
  • Oceanography

Publications

Publications (7)
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The southern branch of the South Equatorial Current (SSEC) is the northern limit of the South Atlantic Subtropical Gyre. When this current reaches Brazil around 14◦ S it bifurcates into a southward flow as the Brazil Current (BC) and the surface portion of the northward flowing North Brazil Undercurrent (NBUC). The SSEC system is a key component of...
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The southern branch of the South Equatorial Current (SSEC) is the northern limit of the South Atlantic Subtropical Gyre. When this current reaches Brazil around 14◦ S it bifurcates into a southward flow as the Brazil Current (BC) and the surface portion of the northward flowing North Brazil Undercurrent (NBUC). The SSEC system is a key component of...
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In the Bay of Bengal, the warm, dry boreal spring concludes with the onset of the summer monsoon and accompanying southwesterly winds, heavy rains, and variable air-sea fluxes. Here, we summarize the 2018 monsoon onset using observations collected through the multinational Monsoon Intraseasonal Oscillations in the Bay of Bengal (MISO-BoB) program b...
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We explore the Barreirinhas Eddies, submesoscale vortices generated by the North Brazil Current (NBC) off the Barreirinhas Bight (Brazil, centered at 1.75 • S), using vessel-mounted and moored ADCP data, and a Global HYCOM reanalysis. These double-stacked anticyclones with incredibly high Rossby Number [O(10)] occur independently at different depth...
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South of the Vitória-Trindade Ridge, a seamount chain off East Brazil, the Brazil Current (BC) meanders cyclonically within Tubarão Bight, occasionally forming the Vitória Eddy. It was recently found that the Intermediate Western Boundary Current (IWBC), which flows equatorward below the BC, cyclonically recirculate within Tubarão Bight. We present...
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At age 101, Walter Munk passed away in 2019. His groundbreaking discoveries will still guide and amaze oceanography students for years to come. Here, we perceive patterns in rotating tank with Munk’s circulation theory aided by a Lagrangian particles tracking algorithm and numerical modeling. From information captured by video, we track the traject...
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Background: It was recently demonstrated that the phthalimide N-(4-methyl-phenyl)-4- methylphthalimide (MPMPH-1) has important effects against acute and chronic pain in mice, with a mechanism of action correlated to adenylyl cyclase inhibition. Furthermore, it was also demonstrated that phthalimide derivatives presented antiproliferative and anti-...

Questions

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I am interested in analyzing satellite-derived swell spectra data from Sentinel 1. This is a L2 product that contains different wave properties for each vignette, which is currently maintained by Copernicus:
Does anyone knows how to access this data? I tried exploring the links available and could only find handbooks and technical information about the data, but not the data itself.

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Study the role of topographic features interacting with the western boundary currents in the region, and its potential to develop mesoscale and submesoscale activity.