Developing multi-satellite products for marine resource management
The SEAPODYM micronekton model is forced by three key variables: the temperature and the ocean currents integrated through pelagic layers between 0 and 1000m and the vertically integrated primary production. T
he aim of this project was to test the sensitivity of the model to its forcing, in particular to use a new multi-satellite product with improved ocean currents and primary production developed from past and present ESA and non-ESA Earth Observation missions.
Fin whales movements and micronecton biomass in the Mediterranean Sea. Source http://osmosis.artov.isac.cnr.it/background.html
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Lehodey P., Conchon A, Senina I, Domokos R, Calmettes B, Jouanno J, Hernandez O, Kloser R. (2015). Optimization of a micronekton model with acoustic data. ICES Journal of Marine Sciences