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     Detection and monitoring of the Prestige oil spill using Envisat ASAR
     Correlation between MERIS and in-situ data for study of Pseudo-nitzschia spp toxic   blooms in Galician coastal areas.
     Sea surface temperatures of the Aveiro region of the Atlantic coast of N.Portugal, using AVHRR data.
    Pelagic fisheries in Galicia (Spain): A brief study using GIS and remote sensing imagery.
    Triñanes J., Cotos J. M., Torres J., Arias J. E.. Mapas SST de alta resolución mediante combinación de datos TM-AVHRR. Revista de Teledetección. Revista de Teledetección, nº 2. Noviembre 1993.
    Triñanes, J. A.; Torres, J.; Hernández, C. Clasificación de Imágenes Multiespectrales mediante Redes Neuronales. Revista de Teledetección nº 3.  Noviembre 1994.

    Torres, J.; Cotos, J. M.; Triñanes J. A.; Arias J. Estudio de Eventos Oceánicos en la Costa Gallego-Portuguesa usando correlación de Imágenes NOAA-AVHRR y vientos geostróficos. Revista de Teledetección. 1995.

    J. Martín, J. M. Torres, J. Peón, L. Fernandes. Clasificación de Cubiertas en imágenes multiespectrales Landsat-TM mediante redes neuronales sobre PC. Asociación Española de Teledetección. 1997.
    Jesús Torres, Isabel Bravo, Julio Martín, Jaime Peón. Estudio del estuario y Pluma del río Miño utilizando imágenes Landsat-TM y ERS-1. Asociación Española de Teledetección. 1997.
    P. Conde Pardo, M. Sacau Cuadrado, Isabel M. Bravo, Julio M. Herrero, Jaime Peón Fernández y J. M. Torres Palenzuela. Estudio de afloramientos oceánicos en la costa gallego-portuguesa utilizando teledetección por satélite. Boletín del Instituto de Estudios Vigueses. 1998.
    Triñanes, J. A.; Torres, J.; Tobar, A.; C. Hernández. Clasificación de imágenes multiespectrales mediante redes neuronales. Ordenación del territorio y Medio Marino. Editorial (si libro): Manuel Cantón Garbín. 1999.      
    Triñanes J., Cotos J. M., Torres J., Arias J. E. Segmentación de imágenes Landsat-TM por medio de un sistema experto. Ordenación del territorio y Medio Marino. 687-694. 1999.
    Torres J., Cotos J. M., Triñanes J., Arias J. M. Estudio y seguimiento del afloramiento oceánico utilizando imágenes NOAA y parámetros medioambientales. Ordenación del territorio y Medio Marino. 465-478. 1999.
    Cotos J. M., Torres J., Fernández, J. R., Hernández, C. Tareas de Bajo nivel de un sistema experto para detectar y monitorizar eventos térmicos oceánicos. Ordenación del territorio y Medio Marino. 535-551. 1999.
    Patricia Conde, Mª Mar Sacau, Julio Martín, Jesús Torres. Red Tides GIS Monitoring in Galician Coast: Remote Sensing in the 21st Century: Economic and Environmental Applications. 427-432. 2000.
    Isabel Bravo, Julio Martín, Jesús Torres, Leslie Fernandes. Environmental study in the estuary of the river Miño. Remote Sensing in the 21st Century: Economic and Environmental Applications. 455-460. 2000.
    Torres Palenzuela, J. M. Sistemas de Información Costera Herramientas Informáticas de Simulación y Modelización en Oceanografía. Asociación Profesional Gallega de Licenciados de Ciencias del Mar. 103-111. 2000.
    Díaz, F., Fdez-Riverola, F., Torres, J. M., and Sacau, M. M. Modelling the biological phenomenon of the red tides. Eds. J. M. Corchado, L. Alonso, C. Fyfe. University of Paisley. ISBN: 84-95721-22-8. 2001.
    M. Sacau Cuadrado & J. M. Torres Palenzuela. Sea Surface Temperatures of the Northwest coast of the Iberian Peninsula using AVHRR data. Observing our Environment from Space: New Solutions for a New Millennium. ISBN 9058092542. Ed. Gerard Begni. A. A. Balkema, pp. 87-91. 2002.
    J. M. Torres Palenzuela, M. M. Sacau Cuadrado, T. Losada Doval. Remote Sensing of Chlorophyll and Temperature in Coastal Upwelling System. Observing our Environment from Space: New Solutions for a New Millennium. ISBN 9058092542. Ed. Gerard Begni. A. A. Balkema, pp. 73-77. 2002.
    Torres Palenzuela, J., Conde Pardo, P., Otero Tranchero, P. & Martín Herrero, J. Pelagic fisheries in Galicia (Spain); A brief study using GIS and RS imagery. Geoinformation for European-wide Integration. ISBN 9077017712. Ed. by Tomas Benes. 2003.
    Sacau-Cuadrado M. M., Torres Palenzuela J., Vaughan R. A., Duck R. W. Sea surface temperatures of Ría de Aveiro, region of the Atlantic Coast of N. Portugal, using AVHRR data. Geoinformation for European-wide Integration. ISBN 9077017712. Ed. by Tomas Benes. 2003.
    Graham John, Andrew William & Jesús Torres. Pelagic fisheries in Scotland (UK) and Galicia (Spain): observer studies to collect fishery data and monitor by-catches of small cetaceans. Dissemination of Results of Biological Studies 1997-2000. Studies and support services related to the Common Fisheries Policy. European Commission. Octubre 2004.
    L. González Vilas & J. M. Torres Palenzuela. Detection and monitoring of the Prestige oil spill using Envisat ASAR images, pp. 489-497. New Strategies for European Remote Sensing. Edited by Marinko Oluíc. University of Zagreb, Croatia. Millpress, Rotterdam. ISBN 90 5966 003 X. 2005
    J. M. Torres Palenzuela, L. González Vilas & Á. Mosquera Jiménez. Correlation between MERIS and in-situ data for study of Pseudo-nitzchia spp. toxic blooms in Galician coastal areas, pp. 497-507. New Strategies for European Remote Sensing. Marinko Oluíc. University of Zagreb, Croatia. Millpress, Rotterdam. ISBN 90 5966 003 X. 2005
    Pelagic fisheries in Scotland (UK) and Galicia (Spain): observer studies to collect fishery data and monitor by-catches of small cetaceans. Dissemination of Results of Biological Studies 1997-2000. Studies and support services related to the Common Fisheries Policy
     

     
     Título:
        Detection and monitoring of the Prestige oil spill using Envisat ASAR images
     Autor:
    L.González Vilas & J.M. Torres Palenzuela
     Publicado en:
    New Strategies for European Remote Sensing. Edited by Marinko Olui. University of Zagreb, Croatia. Millpress, Rotterdam, ISBN 90 5966 003 X
    (pp. 489-497)
     Resumen:
        The Prestige tanker caused a big oil spill off the Galician coast (north-west Spain) in November 2002. To monitor the oil spill, in addition to visual observations of the spill on the sea surface from aircraft and ships, space-borne radar has proven to be a useful tool due to its large coverage, day and night and all-weather capability. This paper discusses the Prestige oil spill detection and monitoring by using Envisat ASAR images. The work is divided into two main steps. First, a simple processing method was applied to two consecutive ASAR images acquired in December 2002 in order to detect possible oil slicks. The main problem was the discrimination between real oil slicks and similar radar signatures, as the dark patches due to the presence of culture rafts over the sea surface. Next, the results were integrated into a GIS database jointly with wind data and visual observations with the aim of studying the spatial distribution and the evolution of the oil slicks between both days. Moreover, reliable values for the speed and direction of the oil slicks displacements were obtained without using complicated models or additional data.

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     Título:
        Correlation between MERIS and in-situ data for study of Pseudo-nitzschia spp toxic blooms in Galician coastal areas
     Autor:
    J.M.Torres Palenzuela, L.González Vilas & Ángela Mosquera Jiménez
     Publicado en:
    New Strategies for European Remote Sensing. Edited by Marinko Olui. University of Zagreb, Croatia. Millpress, Rotterdam, ISBN 90 5966 003 X
    (pp. 497-505)
     Resumen:
        Periodic blooms of Pseudo-nitzschia spp. in Galician coastal areas have caused virtual collapse of ecosystems with accompanying serious economic impacts. the aim of this work is the study of the physical enviroment of a coastal system correlating different bands of MERIS data with in situ Pseudo-nitzschia spp data provided by the Marine Environment Quality Control Centre (CCMM) during a study period associated to blooms of this specie related to coastal upwelling events (May-June 2003). This work tries to establish the foundations for the future development of algorithms for the study of the primary production and the identification of Pseudo-nitzschia spp toxic blloms in coastal waters case II making use of the great potential of the FR MERIS products, with high spatial and spectral resolution. The study is a part of the ESA project AO623, which is intended to study changing shorelines-beaches seasonally and anually, together with suspended matter discharged into coastal waters and pigments related to algae blooms.

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     Título:
        Sea surface temperatures of the Aveiro region of the Atlantic coast of N.Portugal, using AVHRR data
     Autor:
    M.M. Sacau-Cuadrado &  J.M.Torres Palenzuela (U.Vigo, Spain)
    R.A. Vaughan & R.W. Duck (U. of Dundee, Sctoland)
     Publicado en:
    Geoinformation for European-wide Integration, Benes (ed.) 2003 Millpress, Rotterdam, ISBN 90-77017-71-2
    (pp. 243-249)
     Resumen:
        The Atlantic coast of Portugal, to the sotuh of Porto, was formed during the Holocene (Rodrigues and Dias 1989) by the accumulation of sand deposits derived principally from the north. this created a linear coast aligned at an angle of 15º to the east of north. the main aim of this work was the study of the physical environment of the offshore system ysing AVHRR data to examine sea surface temperatures (SST) in the Aveiro region (Portugal), in order to identify, during 1999, the Portuguese coastal upwelling.

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     Título:
    Pelagic fisheries in Galicia (Spain): A brief study using GIS and remote sensing imagery.
     Autor:
    Jesus M.Torres-Palenzuela, PAtricia Conde-Pardo, Julio Martín Herrero
     Publicado en:
    Geoinformation for European-wide Integration, Benes (ed.) 2003 Millpress, Rotterdam, ISBN 90-77017-71-2
    (pp. 641-646)
     Resumen:
        An european project has been carried out (from January 01 to August 01) under the tittle "Pelagic fischeries in Sctolnad (UK) and Galicia (Spain): observer studies to collect fishery data and monitor by-catches of small cetaceans". In Galicia, these studies provide an opportunity to evaluate the success of the multi-task observer protocols for collecting a variety of data on fishing activities on-board common fishing vessels. all collected data are spatially structured and integrated into a GIS, aiming its analysis in telatio to oceanographic factors such as sea surface temperature values (from NOAA-AVHRR) and chlorophyll-a concentration indexes (from SeaWiFS). In this work, data and results corresponding to Galician coast are presented.

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