Journal of Computational Environmental Sciences / 2014 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Forecast of Sea Surface Acidification in the Northwestern Mediterranean Sea

Table 1

Initial pH data, interpolated pH, , , and minimum and maximum observed pH, from 1995 to 2011. The difference between data and adapted values for interpolation is given by . Consider that show monthly pH range observed from 1995 to 2011.

Month Mean measured pH data Modified pH Observed pH from 1995 to 2011
Minimum Maximum

January 8.1027 8.1124 +0.0097 0.0581 8.0756 8.1337
February 8.1062 8.1107 +0.0045 0.1202 8.0686 8.1888
March 8.1081 8.1081 0.00 0.1506 8.0599 8.2106
April 8.1052 8.1052 0.00 0.0760 8.1094 8.1854
May 8.0954 8.0954 0.00 0.1406 8.0455 8.1861
June 8.0775 8.0775 0.00 0.1772 8.0033 8.1805
July 8.0516 8.0516 0.00 0.2423 7.9624 8.2047
August 8.0610 8.0610 0.00 0.1250 7.9981 8.1231
September 8.0989 8.0959 −0.003 0.0928 8.0197 8.1125
October 8.1035 8.1085 +0.005 0.0767 8.0859 8.1627
November 8.1079 8.1119 +0.004 0.0000 8.1166 8.1166
December 8.1134 8.1134 0.00 0.1185 8.0796 8.1982

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