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Institute of Oceanography (HCMR)

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Greek name: Ινστιτούτο Ωκεανογραφίας
Parent institute: Hellenic Centre for Marine Research (HCMR), more

Thesaurus terms (8) : Deep-sea terraces; Environmental economics; GIS; Marine technology; Open ocean; Operational oceanography; Sedimentology; Shelf seas
Address:
P.O. Box 2214
71003 Iraklion, Crete
Greece

Tel.: +30-(0)2810-33 78 46
Fax: +30-(0)2810-33 77 14
 
Type: Scientific

Persons (31)  Top | Institutes | Publication | Projects | Datasets 

Associated to an institute part
  • Papadopoulos, Anastasios

Child institutes (2)  Top | Persons | Publication | Projects | Datasets 
  • Hellenic Centre for Marine Research; Institute of Oceanography; Division of Operational Oceanography (HCMR), more
  • National Centre for Marine Research; Institute of Oceanography; Hellenic National Oceanographic Data Centre (HCMR)

Abstract:
The I.O. is by far the largest among the five HCMR institutes. Its personnel consists of 38 research and functional scientists (with Ph.D.), 75 technical scientists (mostly with B.Sc. or M.Sc., a few Ph.D. holders), along with support staff of 19 technicians and 29 administrators based both in Anavissos and Crete. Its various land-based laboratories and offices are housed in the 6,500 m2 building of TRITON in Anavissos, Attica, and the 3000 m2 research building in Gournes, Heraklion, Crete. The I.O. also operates the 61m, 800 ton R/V AEGAEO (with accommodation for 21 scientists), the submersible THETIS (1 pilot and 1 scientist) with a diving capability of 600 m depth, as well as the ROVs Super-Achilles (1000m diving capability) and Max Rover (2000m diving capability). The Director is a member of the HCMR Board of Directors.

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    ( 1 peer reviewed ) split up filter
  • Peer reviewed article Laruelle, G. G.; Roubeix, V.; Sferratore, A.; Brodherr, B.; Ciuffa, D.; Conley, D. J.; Dürr, H. H.; Garnier, J.; Lancelot, C.; Le Thi Phuong, Q.; Meunier, J.-D.; Meybeck, M.; Michalopoulos, P.; Moriceau, B.; Longphuirt, S. Ni.; Loucaides, S.; Papush, L.; Presti, M.; Ragueneau, O.; Regnier, P.; Saccone, L.; Slomp, C. P.; Spiteri, C.; Van Cappellen, P. (2009). Anthropogenic perturbations of the silicon cycle at the global scale: Key role of the land-ocean transition. Global Biogeochem. Cycles 23(GB4031): 17 pp. dx.doi.org/10.1029/2008GB003267, more

Projects (19)  Top | Persons | Institutes | Publication | Datasets 
  • ADIOS: Atmospheric deposition and impact of pollutants, key elements and nutrients on the open Mediterranean sea
  • ASSEM: Array of sensors for long term seabed monitoring of geohazards
  • CIRCE: Climate change and impact research: the Mediterranean environment
  • COMMODE: Communities of marine microrganisms for oil degradation
  • ECOOP: European Coastal sea Operational observing and forecasting system
  • EMODNET-CHEM I: European Marine Observation and Data Network - Chemistry Lot
  • EUR-OCEANS: European Network of Excellence for Ocean Ecosystems Analysis
  • EURODELTA: European co-ordination on mediterranean prodeltas
  • FREESUBNET: A European research network on key technologies for intervention autonomous underwater vehicles
  • GAVDOS: Establishment of a European radar altimeter calibration and sea level monitoring site for JASON-1, ENVISAT and Euro-GLOSS (EC)
  • HERMES: Hotspot ecosystem research on the margins of European seas
  • HYDRATE: Hydrometeorological data resources and technologies for effective flash flood forecasting
  • INSEA: Data Integration System for Eutrophication Assessment in Coastal Waters
  • KM3NET: Design Study for a Deep Sea Facility in the Mediterranean for Neutrino Astronomy and Associated Sciences
  • ORFOIS: Origin and Fate of Biogenic Particle Fluxes in the Ocean and their Interaction with the Atmospheric CO2 Concentration as well as the Marine Sediment
  • POSEIDON: Monitoring, Forecasting and Information System for the Greek Seas
  • SEAHELLARC: SEismic and tsunami risk Assessment and mitigation scenarios in the western HELLenic ARC
  • Transfer and fate of harmful algal bloom (hab) toxins in european marine waters
  • TWReferenceNET: Management and Sustainable Development of Protected Transitional Waters

Datasets (5)  Top | Persons | Institutes | Publication | Projects 
  • Kalamitsi, more
  • Kerkyra, more
  • Kyklades, more
  • Mytilini, more
  • zooplankton time-series from Saronikos Gulf, more

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