21st July 2021
Following successful deployment and testing in December 2020, the Helgoland Underwater Observatory (HUWO) equipped with a CPICS plankton and particle imager as well as CTD, oxygen sensor and ADCP, is now fully operational. This structure is one key element of the JERICO-RI North Sea Pilot Supersite (PSS) and is maintained jointly by Hereon (formerly HZG, K.O. Möller) and AWI (P. Fischer). The HUWO’s main element is a lander structure, which can be programmed to move vertically through the water column with remotely controlled winches, utilising the buoyancy of floats attached to its outer edges for the upward movement and straps connected to the winch and anchored to a base on the seafloor to move down.…
Following successful deployment and testing in December 2020, the Helgoland Underwater Observatory…
13th July 2021
In the frame of JERICO-S3, the Balearic Islands Coastal Observing and Forecasting…
7th July 2021
Massive blooms of cyanobacteria occur practically every summer in the Baltic Sea.…
6th July 2021
The successful JERICO-RI S3 Transnational Access (TA) fist call in 2020 resulted…
1st July 2021
EC Ocean Observation event (18 June 2021, 13:30-17:00 CEST): OCEAN OBSERVING TECHNOLOGY:…
Transnational Access (TA)