Papers 2015

Kowalewski M., 2015, The flow of nitrogen into the euphotic zone of the Baltic Proper as a result of the vertical migration of phytoplankton: An analysis of the long-term observations and ecohydrodynamic model simulation, Journal of Marine Systems,Volume 145, May 2015, Pages 53–68

Marra J.F., Dickey T.D., Plueddemann A.J., Weller R., Kinkade A., Christopher S., Stramska M., 2015, Phytoplankton bloom phenomena in the North Atlantic Ocean and Arabian SeaICES Journal of Marine Science, 72 (6): 2021-2028, DOI: 10.1093/icesjms/fsu241 (publikacja afiliowana z IOPAN)

Ostrowska M., Stoń-Egiert J., Woźniak B., 2015, Modified methods for defining the chlorophyll concentration in the sea using submersible fluorimeters – Theoretical and quantitative analysis, Continental Shelf Research, 109, 46-54, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.csr.2015.09.009

Ostrowska M., Darecki M., Krężel A., Ficek D., Furmańczyk K., 2015, Practical applicability and preliminary results of the Baltic Environmental Satellite Remote Sensing System (SatBałtyk), Polish Maritime Research, ISSN 1233-2585, 3(87), 22, 43-49

Świrgoń M., Stramska M., 2015, Comparison of in situ and satellite ocean color determinations of particulate organic carbon concentration in the global ocean, OCEANOLOGIA 57(1), pp 25–31

Stramska M., Białogrodzka J., 2015, Spatial and temporal variability of sea surface temperature in the Baltic Sea based on 32-years (1982–2013) of satellite data, Oceanologia, 57(3), 223-235 ISSN 0078-3234, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.oceano.2015.04.004

Stramska M., Cieszyńska A., 2015, Ocean colour estimates of particulate organic carbon reservoirs in the global ocean – revisited, International Journal of Remote Sensing, 36:14, 3675-3700, DOI: 10.1080/01431161.2015.1049380 (publikacja afiliowana z IOPAN, Stramska udzial 75%)

Stramski D., Reynolds R.A., Kaczmarek S., Uitz J., Zhen G., 2015, Correction of pathlength amplification in the filter-pad technique for measurements of particulate absorption coefficient in the visible spectral region, Applied Optics, 54, 22, 6763-6782, doi: 10.1364/AO.54.006763