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https://doi.org/10.5194/osd-8-1695-2011
https://doi.org/10.5194/osd-8-1695-2011
11 Jul 2011
 | 11 Jul 2011
Status: this preprint was under review for the journal OS but the revision was not accepted.

Contribution of the Black Sea observing system to ECOOP

G. K. Korotaev, V. L. Dorofeev, S. V. Motyzhev, V. N. Belokopytov, A. Palazov, V. Malciu, A. Zatsepin, E. Nesterov, S. V. Stanichny, Y. B. Ratner, V. S. Suetin, and V. V. Suslin

Abstract. Regular observations in the Black Sea basin started in the past century, and quite good multidisciplinary observing system operated in the 70–80ies based on the ship observations. Modern oceanographic observing system in the basin is built according to the GOOS principles. It includes space remote sensing observations, data of free floating buoys and costal observational network. Integration of the observing system and its real-time operation were started within the framework of the FP5 ARENA project and later were improved during the FP6 ASCABOS project. The coastal observing system which includes time series from the coastal platforms and multidisciplinary surveys of the coastal areas fulfilled by the research vessels was set up during the ECOOP. Paper describes all components of the Black Sea observing system operated during the ECOOP project and its applications in the framework of the project.

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