Operational Oceanography

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PECO2: Partnership for Operational Oceanography

The PECO2 project aims to develop education, training and coordination in operational oceanography and marine services while strengthening international partnerships in this field. 

The project will run from March 2021 until December 2023.

As part of the project, a summer school will be run for students on board the tall ship, Statsraad Lehmkuhl as it sails between Maputo, Mozambique and Cape Town, South Africa in January 2023. Students will have the opportunity to learn about the operational oceanography in practice using the data from the variety of on-board scientific instruments, together with available satellite data and virtual platforms for data analysis. 

Project Details
Coordinating Institute: 
Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center
Project Status: 
Ongoing

Indo-Norwegian research school in Operational Oceanography in Hyderabad

Indo-Norwegian research school in Operational OceanographyIndo-Norwegian research school in Operational OceanographyThe winter school Operational Oceanography: Indian Ocean circulation and sea level variation is organized at ESSO-Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services (INCOIS) in Hyderabad during 16-21 October 2016.

Et sikkert vårtegn – framvekst av alger i Skagerrak og langs Sørlandskysten

I slutten av februar observerte forskere ved Nansensenteret store mengder alger i satellittbilder fra Skagerrak og langs kysten av Øst- og Sørlandet – HAB.nersc.no. Denne første vårblomstringen kom i år noe tidligere enn normalt, og er i tillegg også tilsynelatende mer massiv både i geografisk utbredelse og algemengder. Høye algekonsentrasjoner er observert i Kystrømmen fra Ytre Oslofjord til Farsund. En annen kraftig algeoppblomstring observeres i Boknafjorden i Rogaland.

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