SOCIB's modelling group has developed and implemented a high resolution numeric simulation of the western Mediterranean's ocean circulation (WMOP). The results were presented last April at the EGU and GODAE 2017 international conferences.
Estudiantes visitan el taller “Follow the glider” en el que han podido acercarse a las nuevas tecnologías de observación marina y costera del SOCIB, además de conocer a fondo el planeador submarino o glider.
La revista Journal of Geophysical Research publica un artículo sobre el estudio de la variabilidad de mesoescala en la cuenca argelina, fruto del proyecto de investigación Medclic: el Mediterráneo a un clic.
The ICTS SOCIB is committed to the sustainable management of the seas and oceans, it unites three important science based systems: a multi-platform system for marine and coastal observation, an ocean forecasting system and a data visualization management system.
Meteotsunamis or rissagues are spectacular phenomena, not only because of the significant amplitude of the wave but also the short time period between the rise and fall of the water.
The measurements from Jason-3 will advance our efforts to understand the Earth as a system and the causes of sea level rise.
Recent scientific studies have demonstrated that the atmosphere's increased concentration of CO2 is posing a risk for the health of our oceans due to the process known as acidification.
When I get asked – what are you studying? what is your job? what is your internship? – and I reply – Oceanography–, I very often get the reply – Ah! fish, right? –, and then when I say specifically Physical Oceanography...you sometimes get a poker face reaction, because they have never heard of Argo buoys or gliders for example
Hi, I am Carlos Castilla, a Marine Sciences graduate and a technician of Oceanographic instruments at SOCIB.