DynAMo - Beagle Channel Observatory on the dynamic impact of ice mass loss in the Andes on terrestrial, limnic and marine ecosystems.
Within this infrastructure project scientists and marine engineers from Germany, Argentina, Chile and the USA are collaborating to develop a concept for a marine-terrestrial observation network within and along the Beagle Channel and its adjacent regions of the Andes mountain chain (Cordillera Darwin). The first proof-of-concept buoy Observation system was established in 2018. Progress and plans for the Long-term development of the Observation System were discussed at a Workshop in Bremerhaven in May 2019.
2019 is a big year for the North Sea Benthos time series. The time series, which was initiated by Eike Rachor in 1969 turns 50 this year.
The latest SOOS newsletter can be viewed here
11-13 October 2017
A workshop on high throughput methods for use in marine biodiversity time series took place in the
20 Januar 2017
Das Sottish Marine Observatory has published its biological, chemical and physical data in the Scottish Marine Dataportal. The data can be downloaded here.
In addition, a data report was published, which can be viewed here.
01 December 2016
A video plankton recorder has been established at the MARGATE field for underwater experimentation. From now on this will record several zooplankton images per second thus supporting the Helgoland Roads zooplankton time series.
February 2016 A course on climate time series analysis has been announced. Application deadline: July 15th 2016. More info hereData for news archive (englisch)
January 2016 POGO (Partnership for the observation of global oceans) has published its new strategy at a press conference in Tokyo: A key goal is the set-up of a more comprehensive global ocean monitoring sstem by 2030.