2nd AtlantOS progress report plus International Scientific and Technical Advisory Board minutes and AtlantOS Legacy documentAnja Reitz, Brad DeYoung & Erik Buch
Prior to the 3rd annual meeting in month 32 a project progress report for the external project boards will be prepared to enable them to as good as possible prepared for the meeting and to ensure consequently that AtlantOS receives as constructive as possible recommendations from the board. The report together with the external summary board meeting report will be part of D11.6
Biodiversity changes and their functional consequences in the pelagic ecosystems of the central Baltic Sea Cruise No. AL521 April 16th - May 2nd 2019 Kiel (Germany) - Kiel (Germany) BALTIC APRILJan Dierking
This multidisciplinary cruise extended a long-term data series on ecosystem composition and functioning of the deeper basins of the Baltic Sea that has been collected in similar form since 1987. The key characteristic of the cruise was the integration of oceanographic and biological information to enhance understanding of environmental, plankton dynamics and fish population fluctuations, and ultimately, evolutionary processes in this system. The spatial focus lay on the Bornholm Basin as most important spawning area...
Poseidon Berichte - Paphsanias Volcano Cruise POS512, 25.04.2017 - 06.05.2017, Heraklion (Griechenland) - Heraklion (Griechenland)Karsten Haase, Christoph Beier, Matthias Bodendorfer, Patrick Cuno, Hannes Huusmann, Danai Lampridou, Eustratios Karagiannakis, Torge Matthiessen, Martin Pieper, Betttina Storch & Dominic Wölki
Summary Cruise POS512 was scheduled for ten working days from 25.4. to 6.5.2017 in order to (1) produce a bathymetric map of the Epidavros Basin near the peninsula of Methana, (2) survey the volcanic structures of the Paphsanias Volcanic Field with the ROV PHOCA, and (3) sample the volcanic rocks. The Paphsanias Volcanic Field was found in 1987 but only one rock sample had been recovered and the size, age and composition of the lavas...
Results of a cost and feasibility study of the present and planned integrated Atlantic Ocean Observing System, including assessing the readiness and feasibility of implementation of different observing technologies
Integration of High Seas bathymetry holdings of partner organisations into EuroMapApp which involves making an inventory of the data, determining freedom of access (quality controlling the data) and integration into a Multi-Resolution Topography
Biogeochemical EOV assessment and impact of AtlantOS observations
Develop a harmonised data management plan [D4.2] [NERCNOC] for all South Atlantic tide gauge data building on current international data centre activities.
Aquaculture operation Bulletin: Weather window nowcast/forecast Bulletin tool for offshore aquaculture operatorsTrine 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
14.10.2019 - 18.10.2019, Kiel (Germany) - Kiel (Germany) MARSYS-16
Dates of Cruise: 16.04. - 29.04.2018 Areas of Research: Physical, chemical, biological and fishery oceanography Port Calls: Visby, Sweden, 21. - 22.04.2018
Report on data and connectivity upgrading, documenting system improvements to integrate observing systems, improve network infrastructure, near-real-time delivery of data and best practice for integrated observations to provide data useful for Marine Services and other users
Validated prototypes of new and enhanced biogeochemical and biological sensors and instruments. Validation will be undertaken in the laboratory, in test scenarios, and by deployment in operational conditions
12.09.2018 ? 22.09.2018
This task will use outputs from the Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service (CMEMS) to develop a system for ship routing hazard mapping. Starting from knowledge of the environmental fields affecting vessel seakeeping, the system will estimate hazard and cost associated to known routes in the Atlantic Ocean. The system will employ model analysis or reanalysis of sea state (wave height, period, and direction), hydrodynamics (near surface ocean currents), and meteorological (wind) models. The system will...
Report summarizing food web responses and interactions to changes in biodiversity and community species/trait compositionS. Neuenfeldt, B. V. Dewitz, Monika Winder & A. L. Middelboe