Ingrid Angel Benavides

Ingrid Angel Benavides

Remote Sensing
Oceanographer
PhD Student
Phone: +49 (0)4152 87-1574
Fax: +49 (0)4152 87-1596
E-mail contact

remote-sensing, mesoscale and submesoscale eddies,
physical and biological interactions

Thesis Validation and comparison of satellite chlorophyll-a retrievals of MODIS/Aqua and SeaWiFS sensors in the Argentinean Sea. Bachelor Thesis (in portuguese), 2010. Surface chlorophyll-a anomalies induced by mesoscale eddies in the South Atlantic Subtropical Gyre. Msc. Thesis (in portuguese), 2013.

2011 – 2013 Master’s Degree in Physical Oceanography, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande (FURG), Rio Grande, Brazil

2006 – 2010 Bachelor in Oceanography, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande (FURG), Rio Grande, Brazil

  • Tilstone, G. H.; Angel-Benavides, I. M.; Pradhan, Y.; Shutler, J. D.; Groom, S.; Sathyendranath, S., An assessment of chlorophyll-a algorithms available for SeaWiFS in coastal and open areas of the Bay of Bengal and Arabian Sea., Remote Sensing of Environment, v. 115, p. 2277-2291, 2011.
  • Angel-Benavides, I. M.; Garcia, C. A. E. (in revision). Surface chlorophyll-a anomalies induced by mesoscale eddies in the South Atlantic Subtropical Gyre. In revision for Remote Sensing of Environment, 2014.

Conference Oral Presentations Angel-Benavides, I. M. ; Pilo, G. S.; Dias, F. B. ; Garcia, C. A.E., Mesoscale eddies influence on chlorophyll concentration in Brazil-Malvinas Confluence: Mechanisms inferred from Remote Sensing (in portuguese)., In: V Brazilian Oceanography Conference 2012, Abstracts in CD-ROM, Rio de Janeiro (RJ), Brazil.

Conference Poster Angel-Benavides, I. M. ; Garcia, C. A. E; Dogliotti, A. I., Influence of ocean color data reprocessing on satellite-derived chlorophyll concentrations in the Patagonia Argentinean Sea., In Ocean Science Meeting 2012, Abstracts online ID:B1184, Salt Lake City (UT), USA.

Conference Poster Angel-Benavides, I. M. ; Kerr, R. ; Wainer, I. ; Mata, M.M. ; Garcia, C.A.E., Quantifying changes in South Atlantic and Southern Ocean water masses between the LGM (21K) , Mid-Holocene (6K) And Pre-Industrial climates., In International Polar Year Open Science Conference, IPY-OSC Abstracts, 2010, Oslo, Norway.