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  • Studies of the spatial and temporal variations of hydrodynamic, hydrochemical and hydrobiological parmeters in the frame of the COMBINE Programme of HELCOM

  • Study of deep basin-scale circulation patterns and superimposed eddy - like features on the meso-scale (10-30km diameter) and their impact on exchange processes between slope zones and the basin during different seasons.

  • The monitoring cruise 03/10 in the Fehmarnbelt area from E Langeland to SE of Moen was scheduled from 08th March 2010 to 12th March 2010. According to the general reduction of the monitoring cruises the biostations 22, H37 and 40 were not sampled. Due to the still very low biological activity of jelly fish 3 stations could be fully sampled on March 10 (WP2 and MPS). The forth biostation on the same day was only sampled by WP2. It has been an successful cruise, thanks to very calm weather and sea condition. The time delay of one night, based upon a technical problem with the CTD winch cable, could luckily be caught up. The cruise ended in the morning of March 12th in R??dby harbor as scheduled.

  • Investigation the distribution of dense bottom water in the Arkona Basin.

  • Marine meteorological,hydrographic,chemical and biological investigations according to the Baltic Monitoring Programme (BMP) of HELCOM.

  • Studies of the spatial and temporal variations of hydrographic, hydrochemical and hydrobiological parameters in the frame of the COMBINE Programme of HELCOM as well as measurements for the IOW's long term data set

  • The cruise served the education of students in a combined Swedish/German course with the Institute of Environmental studies of Stockholm University. Whereas one part of the cruise was devoted to the study of the biogeochemistry in the different basin systems of the southern and central Baltic, the second part studied the anthropogenic effects on biology and chemistry in coastal Baltic fjord system of eastern Sweden. Base for shorter cruises of mixed Swedish/German student groups either to the deepest point of the Baltic, the Landsort Basin, or to the coastal fjords was the research station on the island of Askö. With a variety of instruments data on water column and sediment biology, chemistry and geochmistry were recorded and samples were taken, which were analyzed by the students on board or at the laboratory on Askö. The cruise lasted for 12 days and resulted in an extensive report assembled by the students. Both students and instructors consider the course and the cruise as a successful event.

  • Studies of the spatial and temporal variations of hydrographic, hydrochemical and hydrobiological parameters in the frame of the COMBINE Programme of HELCOM