Dr. sc. Hrvoje Mihanović
Marine research today includes various scientific aspects that emphasize importance of interdisciplinary approach. The number of projects and studies that interwove different oceanographic disciplines is increasing on daily basis and the understanding between experts from those disciplines is of crucial importance. The same is valid both on global and local scales.
Field measurements will always play an important role in oceanography, complementing and building up on remote sensing techniques and numerical modelling. However, there is a general decrease in the number of “sea-going” scientists and engineers, which might significantly influence the oceanographic research in the future. This lecture will try to present one of essential interdisciplinary research ingredients; more precisely, it will focus on measurements in physical oceanography (particularly field measurements) through several examples of interdisciplinary research conducted in the Adriatic in the past decades.
- Dr. sc. Ines Sviličić Petrić, Laboratory for environmental microbiology and biotechnology, Division for Marine and Environmental Research, Ruđer Bošković Institute, Zagreb
- Dr. sc. Lorena Perić, Laboratory for aquaculture and pathology of aquatic organisms, Division for Marine and Environmental Research, Ruđer Bošković Institute, Zagreb
- Dr. sc. Vlado Cuculić, Laboratory for physical chemistry of traces, Division for Marine and Environmental Research, Ruđer Bošković Institute, Zagreb
SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE – Dr.sc. Ivana Babić; Dr.sc. Sanja Frka; Ana Rapljenović, mag. nutr.; Dr.sc. Damir Kapetanović; Dr. sc. Martina Furdek Turk; Dr. sc. Ines Sviličić Petrić; Dr. sc. Lorena Perić; Dr. sc. Vlado Cuculić
Ruđer Bošković Institute
Bijenička cesta 54, Zagreb, Croatia
Hall of the 3rd wing
September 11th to 12th 2023
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