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Optimal design of regional sampling based on OSSEs

Simon Verrier, Pierre Brasseur, Jean-Michel Brankart & Cyril Germineaud

Modelling water and salt exchange through the Belt and Sound

Erdem Sayin
Berichte aus dem Institut für Meereskunde an der Christian-Albrechts-Universität Kiel No 250

Fluxes of CO2 from natural seep sites and Sleipner storage site

Peter Linke, Matthias Haeckel & Jens Schneider Von Deimling
ECO2 Deliverable No D2.2

Beleuchtete Netzgehegeanlagen zur Aufzucht von Fischbrut bis zur Setzlingsgrösse : eine Bauanleitung und Aufzuchtbeschreibung

Tassilo Jäger, Walter Nellen & Hans Sell
Berichte aus dem Institut für Meereskunde an der Christian-Albrechts-Universität Kiel No 126

GEOMAR Jahresbericht / Annual Report 2002

Wolf-Christian Dullo
GEOMAR-Report No 114

Aquaculture operation Bulletin: Weather window nowcast/forecast Bulletin tool for offshore aquaculture operators

Trine Dale, Caroline Cusack, Manuel Ruiz Villarreal, Adam Leadbetter, Kieran Lyons, Nigel Burke, Damian Smyth, Tomasz Dabrowski, Eleanor O'Rourke & Gonzalo Gonzalez-Nuevo
Use Case Title: Offshore aquaculture siting Environmental matrix of interest (Air, Ice, Mar. Water, etc.): Marine Study Regions: Shelf Seas in Norway, Ireland and Spain Dissemination Method: Web We will develop a weather window tool to give developers real-time access to observations and model forecasts of seas state to plan day to day operations

Report on range of long-term scenarios to be simulated

Jerry Blackford, Matthias Haeckel & Klaus Wallmann
ECO2 Deliverable No D12.2

TOPOGULF : a joint programme initiated by IFREMER, Brest (France), IFM, Kiel (W. Germany); data report: Volume 1: CTD, O2, and nutrients

TOPOGULF Group
Berichte aus dem Institut für Meereskunde an der Christian-Albrechts-Universität Kiel No 154

GEOMAR Jahresbericht / Annual Report 1995

Erwin Suess
GEOMAR-Report No 50

RV Alkor/ Al 393 Cruise report 1rst – 7th June 2012

Klaus Schwarzer

AUV Abyss workflow: autonomous deep sea exploration for ocean research

Meike Klischies, Marcel Rothenbeck, Anja Steinführer, Isobel A. Yeo, Christian Dos Santos Ferreira, Jochen Mohrmann, Claas Faber & Carsten Schirnick
The AUV Abyss post-processing workflow is published as Jupyter Notebooks complementing the IEEE OES AUV 2018 conference contribution 'AUV Abyss workflow: autonomous deep sea exploration for ocean research' (Klischies et al., 2018). The publication explains the application and use of these Notebooks in detail. The purpose of the Juypter Notebooks is to share, adapt, execute and document post-processing of AUV Abyss MBES data.

Report on the importance of connectivity as a driver of biodiversity (populations, species, communities, habitats)

P. R. Jonsson, Hans-Harald Hinrichsen, J. Kotta, P. Kotterba, A. L. Middelboe, Daniel Oesterwind & E. Bonsdorff
BIO-C3 Deliverable

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