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Oceanologia No. 60(1)/2018

Fri, 23 Feb 2018 11:27:48 GMT

* Total suspended particulate matter in the Porsanger fjord (Norway) in the summers of 2014 and 2015 - Bia?ogrodzka Jagoda, Stramska Ma?gorzata, Ficek Dariusz, Wereszka Marzena
* Attributing mean circulation patterns to physical phenomena in the Gulf of Finland - Westerlund Antti, Tuomi Laura, Pekka Alenius, Miettunen Elina, Vankevich Roman E.
* Modeling the ecosystem response to summer coastal upwelling in the northern South China Sea.- Rui Jiang, You-Shao Wang
* Identifying the main sources of silicate in coastal waters of the Southern Gulf of Valencia (Western Mediterranean Sea) - Sospedra Javier, Niencheski L. Felipe H., Falco Silvia, Andrade Carlos F.F., Attisano Karina K., Rodilla Miguel
* Inherent optical properties and particulate matter distribution in summer season in waters of Hornsund and Kongsfjorden, Spitsbergen - Sagan S?awomir, Darecki Miros?aw
* Spatio-temporal variability in the Brazil-Malvinas Confluence Zone (BMCZ), based on spectroradiometric MODIS-AQUA chlorophyll-a observations - Telesca Luciano, Pierini Jorge O., Lovallo Michele, SantamarÝa-del-Angel Eduardo
* Laboratory measurements of remote sensing reflectance of selected phytoplankton species from the Baltic Sea - Soja-Wo?niak Monika, Darecki Miros?aw, Wojtasiewicz Bo?ena , Bradtke Katarzyna
* Live autochthonous benthic diatoms on the lower depths of Arctic continental shelf. Preliminary results - Druzhkova Elena, Oleinik Anatoliy, Makarevich Pavel
* First records of two planktonic Indo-Pacific diatoms: Chaetoceros bacteriastroides and C. pseudosymmetricus in the Adriatic Sea - ?ali? Marijeta, Ljubimir Stijepo, Bosak Sun?ica, Car Ana


Oceanologia No. 59(4)/2017

Fri, 10 Nov 2017 10:14:39 GMT

* Kongsfjorden and Hornsund hydrography ? comparative study based on a multiyear survey in fjords of west Spitsbergen.- Promi?ska Agnieszka, Cisek Ma?gorzata, Walczowski Waldemar
* Comparison of meteorological conditions in Svalbard fjords: Hornsund and Kongsfjorden.- Cisek Ma?gorzata, Makuch Przemys?aw, Petelski Tomasz
* Aerosol Optical Depth variations due to local breeze circulation in Kongsfjorden, Spitsbergen.- Cisek Ma?gorzata, Petelski Tomasz, Zieli?ski Tymon, Makuch Przemys?aw, Pakszys Paulina, Rozwadowska Anna, Markuszewski Piotr
* Aerosol optical properties over Svalbard: a comparison between Ny-┼lesund and Hornsund.- Pakszys Paulina, Zieli?ski Tymon
* Monthly dynamics of carbon dioxide exchange across the sea surface of the Arctic Ocean in response to changes in gas transfer velocity and partial pressure of CO2 in 2010.- Iwona Wrˇbel
* Aerosol physical properties in Spitsbergen's fjords: Hornsund and Kongsfjorden during AREX campaigns in 2014 and 2015.- Markuszewski Piotr, Rozwadowska Anna, Cisek Ma?gorzata, Makuch Przemys?aw, Petelski Tomasz
* Modelling of the Svalbard fjord Hornsund.- Jakacki Jaromir, Przyborska Anna, Kosecki Szymon, Sundfjord Arild, Albretsen Jon
* Comparison of bacterial production in the water column between two Arctic fjords, Hornsund and Kongsfjorden (West Spitsbergen).- Ameryk Anetta, Jankowska Katarzyna M., Kalinowska Agnieszka, W?s?awski Jan M.
* Zooplankton structure in high latitude fjords with contrasting oceanography (Hornsund and Kongsfjorden, Spitsbergen).- Orma?czyk Mateusz Roman, G?uchowska Marta, Olszewska Anna, Kwa?niewski S?awomir
* Impact of shelf-transformed waters (STW) on foraminiferal assemblages in the outwash and glacial fjords of Adventfjorden and Hornsund, Svalbard.- Szyma?ska Natalia, Paw?owska Joanna, Kucharska Ma?gorzata, Kujawa Agnieszka, ??cka Magdalena, Zaj?czkowski Marek
* The malacostracan fauna of two Arctic fjords (west Spitsbergen): the diversity and distribution patterns of its pelagic and benthic components.- Lege?y?ska Joanna, W?odarska-Kowalczuk Maria, G?uchowska Marta, Orma?czyk Mateusz, K?dra Monika, W?s?awski Jan Marcin
* Benthic Crustacea and Mollusca distribution in Arctic fjord ? case study of patterns in Hornsund, Svalbard.- Drewnik Anna, W?s?awski Jan Marcin, W?odarska-Kowalczuk Maria
* Age, growth rate, and otolith growth of polar cod (Boreogadus saida) in two fjords of Svalbard, Kongsfjorden and Rijpfjorden.- Fey Dariusz P., W?s?awski Jan M.
* Acoustical estimation of fish distribution and abundance in two Spitsbergen fjords.- Szczucka Joanna, Hoppe ?ukasz, Schmidt Beata, Fey Dariusz P.
* Ecosystem maturation follows the warming of the Arctic fjords.- W?s?awski Jan Marcin, Buchholz Friedrich, G?uchowska Marta, Weydmann Agata
* Can seabirds modify carbon burial in fjords?.- W?s?awski Jan Marcin, Urba?ski Jacek, G?uchowska Marta, Grzelak Katarzyna, Kotwicki Lech, Kwa?niewski S?awomir, Lege?y?ska Joanna, Wiktor Jˇzef, W?odarska-Kowalczuk Maria, Zaborska Agata, Zaj?czkowski Marek, Stempniewicz Lech
* Svalbard as a study model of future High Arctic coastal environments in a warming world.- Jacek Piskozub


Oceanologia No. 59(3)/2017

Fri, 07 Jul 2017 12:41:30 GMT

* Light absorption by phytoplankton in the southern Baltic and Pomeranian lakes: mathematical expressions for remote sensing applications.- Justyna Meler, Miros?awa Ostrowska, Dariusz Ficek, Agnieszka Zdun
* Characterization of the northern Red Sea's oceanic features with remote sensing data and outputs from a global circulation model.- Ahmed Eladawy, Kazuo Nadaoka, Abdelazim Negm, Sommer Abdel-Fattah, Mahmoud Hanafy, Mohamed Shaltout
* Calibration of backward-in-time model using drifting buoys in the East China Sea.- Fangjie Yu, Jiaojiao Li, Yang Zhao, Qiuxiang Li, Ge Chen
* Summer distribution patterns of Trichodesmium spp. in the Changjiang (Yangtze River) Estuary and adjacent East China Sea shelf.- Zhibing Jiang, Jianfang Chen, Feng Zhou, Hongchang Zhai, Dongsheng Zhang, Xiaojun Yan
* Spatial and temporal distribution of heavy metals in coastal core sediments from the Red Sea, Saudi Arabia.- Bandar A. Al-Mur, Andrew N. Quicksall, Ahmed M.A. Al-Ansari
* Chromophoric dissolved organic matter (CDOM) variability over the continental shelf of the northern Bay of Bengal.- Sourav Das, Isha Das, Sandip Giri, Abhra Chanda, Sourav Maity, Aneesh A. Lotliker, T. Srinivasa Kumar, Anirban Akhand, Sugata Hazra
* Spatio-temporal pattern of phytoplankton and pigment composition in surface waters of south-eastern Black Sea.- Ertugrul Agirbas, Lutfiye Koca, Ulgen Aytan
* Distribution and role of the genus Oithona (Copepoda: Cyclopoida) in the South China Sea.- Lianggen Wang, Feiyan Du, Xuehui Wang, Yafang Li, Jiajia Ning
* An improved Otsu method for oil spill detection from SAR images.- Fangjie Yu, Wuzi Sun, Jiaojiao Li, Yang Zhao, Yanmin Zhang, Ge Chen
* Can multiple fish farms be integrated within a semi-enclosed bay without causing acute ecosystem degradation?.- Kristian Puhr, Kristina Pikelj, ?eljka Fiket
* Application of neural networks and support vector machine for significant wave height prediction.- Jadran Berbi?, Eva Ocvirk, Dalibor Carevi?, Goran Lon?ar
* Modelling nearshore hydrodynamics and circulation under the impact of high waves at the coast of Varkiza in Saronic-Athens Gulf.- Kostas A. Belibassakis, Flora E. Karathanas
* The relationship between Suspended Particulate Matter and Turbidity at a mooring station in a coastal environment: consequences for satellite-derived products.- Madihah Jafar-Sidik, Francis Gohin, David Bowers, John Howarth, Tom Hull
* Diurnal and seasonal DOC and POC variability in the land-locked sea.- Beata Szymczycha, Aleksandra Winogradow, Karol Kuli?ski, Katarzyna Koziorowska, Janusz Pempkowiak
* Estimation of diatom and dinoflagellate cell volumes from surface waters of the Northern Indian Ocean.- Rajath R. Chitari, Arga Chandrashekar Anil


Oceanologia No. 59(2)/2017

Mon, 20 Mar 2017 10:22:51 GMT

* Epibenthic diversity and productivity on a heavily trawled Barents Sea bank (Troms°flaket).- K?dra Monika, Renaud Paul E., Andrade Hector
* Wave-induced bottom shear stress estimation in shallow water exemplified by using deep water wind statistics.- Myrhaug Dag
* Possible means of overcoming sedimentation by motile sea-picoplankton cells.- Pundyak Oleh
* On the buoyant sub-surface salinity maxima in the Gulf of Riga.- Liblik Taavi, Skudra Maris, Lips Urmas
* Morphometric variations in white seabream Diplodus sargus (Linneus, 1758) populations along the Tunisian coast.- KaouŔche Myriam, Bahri-Sfar Lilia, Hammami Ibtissem, Hassine Oum Kalthoum Ben
* Current observations from a looking down vertical V-ADCP: interaction with winds and tide? The case of Giglio Island (Tyrrhenian Sea, Italy).- Cutroneoa Laura, Ferrettia Gabriele, Scafidia Davide, Ardizzoneb Gian Domenico, Vaggea Greta, Capello Marco
* Spatio-temporal variability of the phytoplankton biomass in the Levantine basin between 2002 and 2015 using MODIS products.- El Hourany Roy, Fadel Ali, Gemayel Elissar, Abboud-Abi Saab Marie, Faour Ghaleb
* Toward downscaling oceanic hydrodynamics ? suitability of a high-resolution OGCM for describing regional ocean variability in the South China Sea.- Zhang Meng, von Storch Hans
* Microorganisms associated with charophytes under different salinity conditions.- Katar?yt? Marija, Vai?i?t? Diana, Bu?as Martynas, Gyrait? Greta, Petkuvien? Jolita
* Oceanographic observations in the Nordic Sea and Fram Strait in 2016 under the IO PAN long-term monitoring program AREX.- Walczowski Waldemar, Beszczy?ska-M÷ller Agnieszka, Wieczorek Piotr, Merchel Ma?gorzata, Grynczel Agata


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