JERICO Special Issue

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During the JERICO Science day (29 April 2016, Brest (France), a summary of results in science and technology supported by JERICO (FP7) were presented before publication.
Journal of marine systems

Twelve peer-reviewed articles are published in a special issue of Journal of Marine Systems dedicated to  JERICO (FP7) project, volume 162C. The paper version will be available shortly. These articles are already available online. JERICO offers a promotional access free of charge during 6 months.

The Editorial “Progress in marine science supported by European joint coastal observation systems: The JERICO-RI research infrastructure” is available here:

Below the 12 peer-reviewed articles:

  1. A comparison of FerryBox data vs. monitoring data from research vessels for near surface waters of the Baltic Sea and the Kattegat
  2. Optimizing observational networks combining gliders, moored buoys and FerryBox in the Bay of Biscay and English Channel
  3. South-Eastern Bay of Biscay eddy-induced anomalies and their effect on chlorophyll distribution
  4. Statistical properties and time-frequency analysis of temperature, salinity and turbidity measured by the MAREL Carnot station in the coastal waters of Boulogne-sur-Mer (France)
  5. FerryBox-assisted monitoring of mixed layer pH in the Norwegian Coastal Current
  6. High frequency mesozooplankton monitoring: Can imaging systems and automated sample analysis help us describe and interpret changes in zooplankton community composition and size structure — An example from a coastal site
  7. Seasonal pH variability in the Saronikos Gulf: A year-study using a new photometric pH sensor
  8. Development and validation of a video analysis software for marine benthic applications
  9. Exploring the occurrence and distribution of contaminants of emerging concern through unmanned sampling from ships of opportunity in the North Sea
  10. Assimilation experiments for the Fishery Observing System in the Adriatic Sea
  11. Glider and satellite high resolution monitoring of a mesoscale eddy in the algerian basin: Effects on the mixed layer depth and biochemistry
  12. South Baltic representative coastal field surveys, including monitoring at the Coastal Research Station in Lubiatowo, Poland