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Physical oceanographic influences on central Benguela fish catch
Ocean and atmosphere reanalysis fields are used to study environmental conditions and their relation to commercial fish catch in the central Benguela upwelling zone, using both targeted and objective techniques. Composite maps and sections indicate a 10%-20% weakening of southeasterly winds, a 0.58C warming of sea temperatures over the shelf, and changes in currents and subsurface upwelling associated with higher fish catch. During periods of high fish catch, recirculating gyres form that maydoi:10.1175/ei421.1 fatcat:pti46re3azgz5laihujlnj3vba