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Physical Oceanography and Instrumentation

Research areas

  • Investigation of physical processes in coastal and shelf seas
  • Investigation of the dynamics of marine ecosystems
  • Model development for physical processes, bio-geochemical transformations, and population dynamics
  • Long-term observations of the marine environment with a focus on the Baltic Sea
  • Application and development of oceanographic instrumentation

MARNET -

the latest data of the automated measuring stations operated by the IOW, including salinity, temperature and meteorology.

Environmental Monitoring of the Baltic Sea

The latest reports on the hydrographic-hydrochemical state of the Baltic Sea.

Events

International Summer School on

Climate change in the Baltic Sea region (announcement)

Askö Laboratory, Trosa, Sweden, 28 August – 4 September 2016

co-organized by Baltic Earth, Stockholm University Baltic Sea Centre, Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde and University of Rostock