CERC.OCEAN

Ricardo Arruda Monteiro da Silva

PhD Oceanography Student

 

email: cadoarruda@gmail.com
campus location:  

Educational Background

  • Bachelor in Oceanography (University of Santa Catarina - Brazil)
  • Masters in physical, chemical and geological oceanography (University of Rio Grande - Brazil)

Research Interests

  • Marine carbon fluxes  
  • Air-sea CO2 fluxes

Field Work

1. R/V Celtic Explorer cruise GO-SHIP 2017 - AO2 , in collaboration with Marine Institute, Ireland. St. Johns, NF, Canada to Galway, Ireland. Apr/May 2017. Chief scientist: Peter Croot.

2. R/V Poseidon P-519 cruise, in collaboration with GEOMAR, Helmholtz Zentrun ür Ozean - forschung, Kiel, Germany. Las Palmas, Gran Canaria to Mindelo, Cabo Verde. Jan/Feb 2018. Chief scientist: Tobias Steinhoff.

3. R/V Maria S. Merian cruise MSM-73 , in collaboration with GEOMAR, Helmholtz Zentrun ür Ozean - forschung, Kiel, Germany. Cadiz, Spain to St. Johns, NF, Canada. Apr/May 2018. Chief scientist: Dagmar Kieke.

Presentations

Arruda, R. ; Atamanchuk, D. ; Cronin, M. ; Steinhoff, T. ; Wallace, D., At-sea intercomparison of sensor and analyzer-based underway pCO2 systems. OCEAN OBS’19, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, 2019

Atamanchuk, D. ; Arruda, R. ; Vining, M. ; Lai, J. ; Kehoe, D.; Barry, M. ; Johnson, B. ; McGovern, E. ; Cronin, M. ; Teng-Berg A. ; Wallace, D., A rugged, flowthrough, underway, biogeochemical measurement system which can be certified for installation on Volunteering Observing Ships. CMOS, 2018.

Publications

Arruda, R., Atamanchuk, D., Cronin, M., Steinhoff, T. and Wallace, D.W.R. (2019), At‐sea intercomparison of three underway pCO2 systems. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods. https://doi.org/10.1002/lom3.10346

R. Arruda, P. H. R. Calil, A. A. Bianchi, S. C. Doney, N. Gruber, I. Lima, and G. Turi. (2015), Air-sea CO2 fluxes and the controls on ocean surface pCO2 seasonal variability in the coastal and open-ocean southwestern Atlantic Ocean: a modeling study. Biogeosciences, 12: 5793 - 5809. doi:10.5194/bg-12-5793-2015