Ocean Modeling

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A hidden gem article: How risky are oil spills along the Norwegian coast for fish?

Annette Samuelsen, research leader of our Ocean Modelling Group, published an article in 2019 that recently made it on the “Hidden gems” list of the ICES Journal of Marine Science! These articles are hand-picked by the Editor-in-Chief for being of high quality and special interest, but not having many citations yet.

Joséphine Schmutz

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Schmutz
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Joséphine
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Research Groups: 
Ocean Modeling
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Contact person at the Nansen Center: 

Achref Othmani

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Area of Expertise: 
oceanography
Employment
Research Group: 
Ocean Modeling
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Researcher
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David Rivas

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Rivas
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David
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Research Groups: 
Ocean Modeling
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Marie-Lou Bachelery

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Bachelery
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Marie-Lou
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Research Groups: 
Ocean Modeling
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Takuya Nakanowatari

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Nakanowatari
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Takuya
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Research Groups: 
Ocean Modeling
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+47 468 84 830

Natacha Galmiche

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Galmiche
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Natacha
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Research Groups: 
Ocean Modeling

Michael Hart-Davis

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Hart-Davis
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Michael
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Geoffrey
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G.
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Research Groups: 
Ocean Modeling
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+47 27792917818

TRIATLAS: South and Tropical Atlantic - climate-based marine ecosystem prediction for sustainable management (TRIATLAS)

Achieve skillfull south and Tropical Atlantic marine ecosystems prediction

Visit the official TRIATLAS webpage  https://triatlas.w.uib.no

Main Objective: To assess the status of the South and Tropical Atlantic marine ecosystem and develop a framework for predicting its future changes, from months to decades, by combining ecosystem observations, climate-based ecosystem prediction and information on future socio-economic and ecosystem service changes, and thus to contribute to the sustainable management of human activities in the Atlantic Ocean as a whole.

TRIATLAS has the following specific objectives (SO):

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Project Deputy Leader at NERSC: 
Annette Samuelsen
Coordinating Institute: 
GFI, UIB
Project Status: 
Ongoing

Agulhas Current meanders facilitate shelf-slope exchange on the Eastern Agulhas Bank

Agulhas Current meanders are some of the largest events that take place in the Agulhas Current system. They have a large impact on the shelf circulation and are important for the life cycle of several marine species. In an article published in Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans two ocean models, as well as satellite observations, are used to examine how meander events change the way in which the Agulhas Current interacts with the continental shelf of southeast Africa. 

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