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Al aplicar sistemas de inferencia difusos a través de la herramienta GeoFIS en una base de datos del complejo coralino de la isla de San Andrés se estimó un índice de flujo de CO2 que permite conocer el efecto del flujo sobre mar y la influencia de las variables involucradas. Se encontró que seis de las zonas estudiadas tenían un estado de acidificación del mar por cuenta del CO2, mientras todas las demás zonas tenían una leve incorporación del gas. Así mismo, se pudo evidenciar que las variables que poseen influencia significativa sobre la incorporación de CO2 al medio marino son la temperatura superficial del mar y la naturaleza química de este gas, según el analisis de componentes. Por lo cual, los métodos difusos para la determinación de acidificación de los ecosistemas coralinos, permite establecer una aproximación a los efectos que tendría la incorporación paulatina de CO2 al medio marino, además de brindar excelentes ventajas en cuanto a su determinación a partir de información satelital.

Juan Guillermo Popayan Hernandez, 1Universidad Nacional Abierta y a Distancia UNAD

Ingeniero Ambiental, Universidad Nacional de Colombia

Magister en Ingeniería Ambiental, Universidad Nacional de Colombia

Docente Universidad Nacional Abierta y a Distancia UNAD

Orlando Zuñiga Escobar, Universidad del Valle

Físico Universidad del Valle

Magister Tecnologia y desarrollo, Technische Universitat Berlin

Magister en Geofisica, Technische Universitat Berlin

Doctorado Tecnologia Agroambiental, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid

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