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CoCliME Project Partners Press Releases: 2021

Over the last three years, researchers from 12 institutes across seven European countries (Norway, Sweden, Germany, Ireland, France, Spain and Romania) investigated the impacts of ocean climate change on coastal marine ecosystems. As this project comes to a close, the CoCliME partners would like to take this opportunity to share their project final press releases.

CoCliME Project Wide Press Release

Ocean of change: Predicting and Managing Harmful Algal Blooms Impacts in the Coastal Seas of Europe now and in the future

CoCliME Final General Assembly February 2nd 2021

The CoCliME partners met virtually at the final project meeting in early February to share project highlights with invited guests (Co-Developers and End Users, External Scientists, ERA4CS Coordination Members, Project Officers and the International Advisory Board Members).

Cyanobacteria bloom in the Baltic Sea

The annual cyanobacteria bloom has recently started in the Baltic. Our project partners in SMHI have put together an animated video that explains how the phenomenon works.

New CoCliME publication

Combined Effects of Temperature, Irradiance, and pH on Teleaulax amphioxeia (Cryptophyceae) Physiology and Feeding Ratio For Its Predator Mesodinium rubrum (Ciliophora)

Webinar training on Ecological Niche Modelling

On November 8th, CoCliME project participants gathered online for an internal webinar training session on Ecological Niche Modelling (a.k.a. habitat suitability modelling). 

Training workshop on QPCR

From 21st - 25th October 2019, a training workshop focused on an important tool, QPCR (quantitative polymerase chain reaction) was held at the Alfred Wegener Institute.

New book on marine ecological forecasting published

The book was edited by Mark Payne, from the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) and covers marine ecological forecasts arising from climate observations and models.

A substantial cyanobacteria bloom has occurred in the Baltic Sea during July 2019

This is a regular phenomenon causing problems for the ecosystem and tourism. Near surface accumulations of cyanobacteria were observed using satellite ESA Sentinel 3A (OLCI sensor).

RAMOGE AGREEMENT - Participating with CoCliME

As part of its efforts to monitor Ostreopsis ovata microalgae, the RAMOGE Agreement is participating in our European research project CoCliME.