ENVIRONMENT: Always sargassum banks near Saint-Martin


According to my satellite images and the observations of the sargassum banks last week carried out by I-Sea, the Guadeloupe Environment Department (Deal) on Monday still considered "major" the risk of stranding on the coast of Saint-Martin.

“As of last Wednesday, many rafts were detected near the northern islands, and this, until the weekend. The rafts visible northeast of Saint-Martin (1) and Saint-Barthélemy (2) were subjected throughout the week to currents oriented mainly west-southwest, towards these islands. . The day of Saturday 12 May reveals a multitude of rafts in the immediate vicinity of Saint-Martin and Saint-Barthélemy. It also reveals the massive arrival of sargassum from the south-east (3) and the north-east (4) ”, indicates the latest watch bulletin. (source: www.soualigapost.com)

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