Tropical Atlantic Observations for Climate and Weather

PIRATA Publications

A PIRATA science publication is any publication which specifically mentions that it uses PIRATA data, either mooring data or cruise-related data, or relies on these data in a significant manner. Papers using reanalysis or assimilation output that incidentally includes PIRATA data are not considered to be a PIRATA publication. A PIRATA recent related and best practices publication is any publication that make recommendations about best practices for tropical Atlantic observing and cites PIRATA as an example (e.g., sampling practices, quality control, real-time data sharing, governance, international collaboration, etc.) or uses PIRATA metadata for science or operations.

PIRATA Science Publications (PDF file)

PIRATA Recent Related and Best-Practices Publications (PDF file)

These lists are maintained by Renellys Perez. Please contact her if you would like to add a reference to this list.