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JERICO Report on current status of Ferrybox: D 3.1. (Version 1.7 - 26/02/14)
(Ifremer for JERICO Project, Issy-les-Moulineaux, France, 2014)
This report provides: 1. A review of the present status of the 16 Ferrybox systems currently operated by JERICO partners. 2. Access to detailed information on the Ferrybox systems on line at the FerryBox project web site ...
Report on the status of HF-radar systems and cabled coastal observatories.
(Ifremer for JERICO-NEXT Project, Issy-les-Moulineaux, France, 2016)
The JERICO network is constantly working to improve its core functionality, which is the ability to provide comprehensive observations of Europe’s coastal seas and oceans. This means integrating new, promising observing ...
Report on the status of sensors used for measuring nutrients, biology-related optical properties, variables of the marine carbonate system, and for coastal profiling, within the JERICO network and, more generally, in the European context.
(Ifremer for JERICO-NEXT Project, Issy-les-Moulineaux, France, 2017)
The present deliverable gathers and reports on the outcomes of the four parts of the first JERICO-NEXT workshop on sensors for nutrients, biology-related optical properties, variables of the marine carbonate system, and ...
Specifications for a European FerryBox data management system. WP5.3, D5.3. Version 1.1.
(IFREMER for JERICO-NEXT, 2017)
Today observational data from FerryBoxes in both near real time and delayed mode is collected and stored by different data providers. The stored data may differ in both format and in quality controls performed. ...
Novel methods for automated in situ observations of phytoplankton diversity and productivity: synthesis of exploration, intercomparisons and improvements. JERICO-NEXT WP3, Deliverable 3.2. Version 5.
(IFREMER, Brest, France, 2019)
This is a summary of the activities and results of JERICO-NEXT Work Package 3 Innovations in Technology and Methodology,Task 3.1 Automated platform for the observation of phytoplankton diversity in relation to ecosystem ...