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Raising data treasures with ODIN 2 by easily surfing through over 60 years of Baltic Sea monitoring

30.01.2019 10:30

Example of a data visualization via ODIN 2 of long-term measurements of dissolved oxygen and hydrogen sulphide at the Gotland Deep in the central Baltic Sea from 1969 to 2017. (Screenshot: IOW)

This year, the first international agreement on joint monitoring of the Baltic Sea marine environment turns 50: As early as 1969, the riparian states for the first time carried out measurements along a coordinated station network as part of a so-called “Baltic Year”. The Warnemünde oceanographers have been involved ever since and are making a significant contribution to this valuable long-term data set. Their more than 70 million data, some of them even dating back to 1951, are now freely accessible and can be visualised user-friendly with the ODIN 2 research tool developed by the IOW: https://odin2.io-warnemuende.de.

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