Una nueva investigación revela que el nanoplancton podría tener una mayor influencia en el ciclo del carbono de lo que se pensaba.
New research finds that nanoplankton may have a larger influence on carbon cycling than previously thought.
A comparison of primary productivity measurements across the North Pacific Ocean demonstrates the potential for using autonomous instruments to discern effects of climate change on the marine food web.
Training an algorithm with satellite images of ocean color reveals the blooms and busts of phytoplankton communities.
Facial recognition technology is helping researchers identify marine microorganisms.
A new opportunistic sensing strategy could use existing closed-circuit television networks to accurately capture rainfall intensity, despite low-cost equipment and visually complex scenes.
Evolving and Sustaining Oceans Best Practices Workshop; Paris, France, 15–17 November 2017
On-the-ground measurements are notoriously difficult in the harsh environment of the Arctic, but satellites could help close the gap in measuring sea surface salinity.
Time series data sets, which contain measurements repeated over a span of decades, yield important insights into our oceans’ vital signs.
First TOMCAT Workshop; Southampton, UK, 12–14 September 2016