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  • The cruise EMB-162 was carried out as a joined cruise of the environmental monitoring programme of the Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency (BSH) and the Baltic Sea long-term observation programme of the Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde (IOW). In the eastern Gotland Basin at 57°19.219N, 20°07.994E the profiling mooring GODESS was deployed for a three month period and will collect data by lifting the instruments every 9h between 180 m and 30 m depth.

  • Objective: to train and educate students in the field of marine sciences and biological oceanography. The students had a hand-on training with major scientific equipment on board like a CTD system and multicorer. Moreover, they learned to perform analysis like oxygen titration and nutrient measurements on board. Data were processes and evaluated on board. Finally, the students had the duty to evaluate the in-situ and experimental data and present the results and interpretation in the end of the cruise. The quality of the data is not such that they should be submitted to international oceanographic data bases since the results may bias previously stored long-term data due to deviations in accurary and precision which are a consequence of lack of experience with the sample processing.

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    Vertical distribution of environmentally relevant elements and compounds in the sediments of the south-western Baltic Sea. More informations in the link Methods or Methoden.

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    Modeled 3D biogeochemical sediment fluxes in the western Baltic Sea from 1990 to 2000 using MOM ERGOM SED. A new 3d sediment model ERGOM SED has been developed in the project SECOS for the western Baltic Sea. The model is documented in Radtke et al. (2019, doi: 10.5194/gmd-12-275-2019). It is an extension of the marine biogeochemical model ERGOM and is coupled to the physical model MOM. Simulation results of an eleven-year period from 1990 to 2000 covering the western Baltic Sea are provided for download. The model grid had a spatial resolution of 3 n.m. and covered the whole Baltic Sea (boundary conditions to North Sea in the Skagerrak). Detailed sediment data were compiled and a detailed validation was performed in the SECOS project for the western Baltic Sea. Hence, only model results of that region are provided. The sediment model was spun up for 240 years on a lower resolution and then run for forty years - whereas full model output was saved only for the last eleven years.

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    Modeled 3D biogeochemical sediment fluxes in the western Baltic Sea from 1990 to 2000 using MOM ERGOM SED. A new 3d sediment model ERGOM SED has been developed in the project SECOS for the western Baltic Sea. The model is documented in Radtke et al. (2019, doi: 10.5194/gmd-12-275-2019). It is an extension of the marine biogeochemical model ERGOM and is coupled to the physical model MOM. Simulation results of an eleven-year period from 1990 to 2000 covering the western Baltic Sea are provided for download. The model grid had a spatial resolution of 3 n.m. and covered the whole Baltic Sea (boundary conditions to North Sea in the Skagerrak). Detailed sediment data were compiled and a detailed validation was performed in the SECOS project for the western Baltic Sea. Hence, only model results of that region are provided. The sediment model was spun up for 240 years on a lower resolution and then run for forty years - whereas full model output was saved only for the last eleven years.

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    Modeled 3D biogeochemical sediment fluxes in the western Baltic Sea from 1990 to 2000 using MOM ERGOM SED. A new 3d sediment model ERGOM SED has been developed in the project SECOS for the western Baltic Sea. The model is documented in Radtke et al. (2019, doi: 10.5194/gmd-12-275-2019). It is an extension of the marine biogeochemical model ERGOM and is coupled to the physical model MOM. Simulation results of an eleven-year period from 1990 to 2000 covering the western Baltic Sea are provided for download. The model grid had a spatial resolution of 3 n.m. and covered the whole Baltic Sea (boundary conditions to North Sea in the Skagerrak). Detailed sediment data were compiled and a detailed validation was performed in the SECOS project for the western Baltic Sea. Hence, only model results of that region are provided. The sediment model was spun up for 240 years on a lower resolution and then run for forty years - whereas full model output was saved only for the last eleven years.

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    Modeled 3D biogeochemical sediment fluxes in the western Baltic Sea from 1990 to 2000 using MOM ERGOM SED. A new 3d sediment model ERGOM SED has been developed in the project SECOS for the western Baltic Sea. The model is documented in Radtke et al. (2019, doi: 10.5194/gmd-12-275-2019). It is an extension of the marine biogeochemical model ERGOM and is coupled to the physical model MOM. Simulation results of an eleven-year period from 1990 to 2000 covering the western Baltic Sea are provided for download. The model grid had a spatial resolution of 3 n.m. and covered the whole Baltic Sea (boundary conditions to North Sea in the Skagerrak). Detailed sediment data were compiled and a detailed validation was performed in the SECOS project for the western Baltic Sea. Hence, only model results of that region are provided. The sediment model was spun up for 240 years on a lower resolution and then run for forty years - whereas full model output was saved only for the last eleven years.

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    Modeled 3D biogeochemical sediment fluxes in the western Baltic Sea from 1990 to 2000 using MOM ERGOM SED. A new 3d sediment model ERGOM SED has been developed in the project SECOS for the western Baltic Sea. The model is documented in Radtke et al. (2019, doi: 10.5194/gmd-12-275-2019). It is an extension of the marine biogeochemical model ERGOM and is coupled to the physical model MOM. Simulation results of an eleven-year period from 1990 to 2000 covering the western Baltic Sea are provided for download. The model grid had a spatial resolution of 3 n.m. and covered the whole Baltic Sea (boundary conditions to North Sea in the Skagerrak). Detailed sediment data were compiled and a detailed validation was performed in the SECOS project for the western Baltic Sea. Hence, only model results of that region are provided. The sediment model was spun up for 240 years on a lower resolution and then run for forty years - whereas full model output was saved only for the last eleven years.

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    Modeled 3D biogeochemical sediment fluxes in the western Baltic Sea from 1990 to 2000 using MOM ERGOM SED. A new 3d sediment model ERGOM SED has been developed in the project SECOS for the western Baltic Sea. The model is documented in Radtke et al. (2019, doi: 10.5194/gmd-12-275-2019). It is an extension of the marine biogeochemical model ERGOM and is coupled to the physical model MOM. Simulation results of an eleven-year period from 1990 to 2000 covering the western Baltic Sea are provided for download. The model grid had a spatial resolution of 3 n.m. and covered the whole Baltic Sea (boundary conditions to North Sea in the Skagerrak). Detailed sediment data were compiled and a detailed validation was performed in the SECOS project for the western Baltic Sea. Hence, only model results of that region are provided. The sediment model was spun up for 240 years on a lower resolution and then run for forty years - whereas full model output was saved only for the last eleven years.

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    Modeled 3D biogeochemical sediment fluxes in the western Baltic Sea from 1990 to 2000 using MOM ERGOM SED. A new 3d sediment model ERGOM SED has been developed in the project SECOS for the western Baltic Sea. The model is documented in Radtke et al. (2019, doi: 10.5194/gmd-12-275-2019). It is an extension of the marine biogeochemical model ERGOM and is coupled to the physical model MOM. Simulation results of an eleven-year period from 1990 to 2000 covering the western Baltic Sea are provided for download. The model grid had a spatial resolution of 3 n.m. and covered the whole Baltic Sea (boundary conditions to North Sea in the Skagerrak). Detailed sediment data were compiled and a detailed validation was performed in the SECOS project for the western Baltic Sea. Hence, only model results of that region are provided. The sediment model was spun up for 240 years on a lower resolution and then run for forty years - whereas full model output was saved only for the last eleven years.