GreenSeas at EGU 2014

  • Biogeochemical maps identified with holistic use of satellite, model and data
  • Web portal with customized searches for modelers
  • Spring bloom initiation, nutrient and carbon fluxes in high-latitude biogeochemical systems: new process insights
  • Impact of resolved scales on global marine biogeochemical models.

...are among the syntheses and key topics presented by several GreenSeas contributors at the EGU assembly 2014.

Especially during poster session on Wed 1730, there will be a cluster of GreenSeas presentations, whereas there are other presentations on Mon, Tue, Fri as well:

OS4.3 Mon 0830o Oceanic biogeochemical characteristic maps identified with holistic use of satellite, model and data. John Bruun, Icarus Allen, Marcello Vichi, Paul Somerfield, Annette Samuelsen, Marie-Fanny Racault, Howard Waldron, Pedro Monteiro, William McKiver, Richard Bellerby, Sandy Thomalla, Kjetil Lygre, Denis Moiseev, Johnny Johannessen, Robert Brewin, Momme Butenschön, Emil Jeansson, Aleksander Vines, and Jessica Heard

OS3.1/BG3.5 Wed 1730p Investigating the spring bloom initiation and net community production in the Subantarctic Southern Ocean using high-resolution in situ glider data.
Sandy Thomalla, Marie-Fanny Racault, Sebastiaan Swart, and Pedro Monteiro

ESSI2.12 Tue 1730p A web portal for accessing, viewing and comparing in situ observations, EO products and model output data Aleksander Vines, Torill Hamre, and Kjetil Lygre

ESSI1.2 Tue 1615o Customised search and comparison of in situ, satellite and model data for ocean modellers. Torill Hamre, Aleksander Vines, and Kjetil Lygre

ESSI2.7 Wed 0830o / 1730p
Utilizing Free and Open Source Software to access, view and compare in situ observations, EO products and model output data. Aleksander Vines, Torill Hamre, and Kjetil Lygre

OS3.1/BG3.5 Wed 1730p
Fluxes of carbon and nutrients to the Iceland Sea surface waters and inferred primary productivity and stoichiometry. Emil Jeansson, Richard Bellerby, Helene Frigstad, Sólveig R. Ólafsdóttir, Jón Olafsson, and Ingunn Skjelvan

BG3.1 Fri 1345o
Importance of nitrification for nitrogen cycling in the Southern Benguela Upwelling system.
Raissa Philibert, Darren Clark, Richard Bellerby, and Howard Waldron

NP6.1/OS5.2 Wed 1730p
Impact of resolved scales on global marine biogeochemical models.
William McKiver, Marcello Vichi, Tomas Lovato, Andrea Storto, and Simona Masina

OS3.1/BG3.5 Wed 1730p
Modelling physical and biogeochemical state of the Mediterranean Sea under contemporary and future climate. Cosimo Solidoro, Paolo Lazzari, Gianpiero Cossarini, Donata Melaku Canu, Tomas Lovato, and Marcello Vichi