New article from OC partners from CNR-ISMAR

October 6, 2016

The article “Dense water plumes modulate richness and productivity of deep sea microbes” has been published in Environmental Microbiology by our Ocean Certain colleagues from CNR-ISMAR in Venice, Italy. The authors are: Gian Marco Luna, Jacopo Chiggiato, Grazia Marina Quero, Katrin Schroeder, Lucia Bongiorni, Dimitri Kalenitchenko and Pierre E. Galand This is the abstract: Growing […]

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Research contribution from an OC partner featured in Geophysical Research Letters.

September 21, 2016

One of the research interests of our former GEOMAR postdoc MarK Hopwood is climate change in Arctic fjords. The recent increase in freshwater input from the Greenland – and other smaller – icesheets into the arctic driven by climate change has pronounced chemical and physical effects on coastal seawater. In Arctic fjords, glacial meltwater input […]

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Two papers accepted to the International Studies Association in Maryland, Baltimore

September 20, 2016

ISA’s 58th Annual Convention takes place February 22nd – 25th, 2017 in Baltimore, Maryland¨, at the headquarters Hotel: Hilton Baltimore. This conference represents over 100 countries, and has more than 6,500 members worldwide. It is the most respected and widely known scholarly association in this field. The  Environmental Studies Section of the ISA seeks a better understanding […]

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WP4 meeting in Lowestoft, England

September 15, 2016

WP2 (CEFAS), WP3 (NTNU) and WP5 (VITO) met in Lowestoft, England at the CEFAS headquarters for two days in September to discuss integration between the biological models, the participatory models and the Decision Support System that WP5 is developing. The meeting went very well, and we came very far in discussing and decising who would […]

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iEMSS2016 proceedings with OC-paper

September 9, 2016

A joint paper in the proceedings for iEMSS2016 has already appeared online (as a draft). You can find it on page 1116-1123: http://www.iemss.org/sites/iemss2016/vol4.php . The full citation is: L. de Kok, P. Viaene, K. Vermeiren1, M. van der Meulen,R. Tiller,M. van Ardelan, J. Bailey, R. Thorpe, J. Beecham, S. Van Leeuwen, F. Thingstad, T. M. […]

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Venice meeting coming up

September 9, 2016

The annual meeting for Ocean Certain is coming up in only two months – NOVEMBER 14th-17th 2016! We look forward to seeing everybody there!  

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August 10, 2016

A publication related to Ocean Certain has now appeared, with authors from our partner CEFAS included. Cartwright et al 2016 ECOMOD Communicating complex models Communicating complex ecological models to non-scientist end users Samantha J. Cartwright, Katharine M. Bowgen, Catherine Collop, Kieran Hyder, Jacob Nabe-Nielsen, Richard Stafford, Richard A. Stillman, Robert B. Thorpe, Richard M. Sibly […]

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Text Mining in Marine Science

June 30, 2016

Our Computer Science colleagues at NTNU have made their own sub-site for Text Mining in Ocean Certain with information that you can reach here: http://baleen.idi.ntnu.no Here you can learn about their team, their publications and even try out their tool.    

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Ocean Certain conference paper to iEMSs in Toulouse, France

June 27, 2016

A paper entitled “Integrating scientific knowledge, data and stakeholder perceptions for decision support” has been accepted to the iEMSS2016 conference in Toulouse, France July 10-14, 2016: http://www.iemss.org/sites/iemss2016/ — the presentation is at 10:50-11:10 in room B104. It will both include an oral presentation as well as appearance in the proceedings, that will be available online […]

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We are back – from Hong Kong

June 21, 2016

Five members of Ocean Certain consortium participated in the Gordon Research Conference on Ocean Biogeochemistry in Hong Kong last week, June 12-18th. It was a conference with all experts in the field, and the themes ranged from iron, coccolithophores, diatoms, dinoflagellates, silica flagellates, the biological pump, the solubility pump, the carbonate pump (who knew there […]

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